Who doesn’t love Meatloaf and this one is cooked slow in a crock pot. If you haven’t tried this method -Do ! you will love it. Lisa
Meat Loaf in Crock pot –
11/2 lb ground meat
1 C milk
3 slices of bread ( crumbled)
1/2 small onion (chopped finely)
1 clove garlic (mashed)
1/4 t Season salt
Salt & peeper to taste
1/2 C of ketchup/BBQ sauce mixed
Sliced Green Pepper & onion (rough cut)
Spray your crock pot with cooking spray. Line bottom of crockpot with peppers and onions, Mix Meatloaf and form into loaf – Place on top of vegetables . Form an indent on top and place bbq & ketchup mixture, Seal and Cook Low 3-4 hours.
*Meat loaf – can be made with part pork and ground meat mixture.
Need help forming loaf – place in loaf pan to form and flip out .
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It’s Thursday and this Foodie day we celebrate the Classroom!
Yes – It’s National Classroom Day : And since I was a virtual /home school er for 6 years a Crockpot was my favorite kitchen tool . I could fix it the morning and after a day of school I had dinner ready to eat when my husband came home from work. This one is a family favorite – Lisa
Chicken Parmigiana (slow cooker)
1 t salt
1/4 t pepper
6 boneless chicken breast (halved)
1 C Italian bread crumbs
2-4 T Butter
14 oz Jar Pizza sauce
6 slices mozzarella cheese
Beat egg,salt & pepper. Dip chicken and coat with bread crumbs . Saute chicken in butter -and remove to the slow cooker .
Pour Pizza sauce over chicken. Cover and Cook on Low for 6-8 hours. After cooking place cheese on top & let melt – Serve over cooked noodles. Lisa
Looks like rain today so today my BBQ Chicken wings will be in the crock pot while I get some things done. August is just around the corner and so its time for an update on my blogs . Have a great day !! Lisa
5 lb chicken wings
1 bottle chill sauce
1/3 C lemon juice
1 T Worcester sauce
2 T molasses
2 t salt
2 t chill powder
1/4 t hot sauce ( or more)
Dash : garlic salt
Place wings in crock pot. Mix ingredients together and pour over the wings. Cook on Low 6-8 hours (high 2-3 )
This recipe is perfect for a crowd – football season around the corner. Lisa
Thanks for coming over today ! It’s Thursday so its all about Food Today –
Ready for another great crock pot recipe. This time of the year its Soup time. And i had saved a Ham bone from Christmas Ham in the Freezer. Today I am using the ham bone and making – 15 Bean Soup with a package of beans from Hurst .
There’s a recipe included with a spice package but since the ham bone had been marinated & injected we had a starting point with flavors.
In my Crock Pot – I placed some seasoning ( chopped onion,bell pepper & celery)
Add Beans & Ham bone -covered with water.
Add Bay leaves, Red Pepper & Italian season blend
Cooked 8 hours ( low) – Add a can of dicedd tomatoes & check water levels.
Cooked another 4 hours .And ready to serve, With bread or over Rice.
You can cook it over night or all day for Supper. You can add carrots or additional ingrediants make it yours. Yum
I make my Meatloaf – with ground meat. seasoning. eggs,Worcestershire sauce ,bread crumbs and eggs to bind it. Mix well. ( You can use your own basic recipe) . Spray Crock pot and place in bottom -sliced onions & bell pepper. Place your formed meatloaf on top and make a grove in center top of meat loaf. I use a ketchup and BBQ mixture on the top for a glaze. Cook on low 6-8 hours. ( Middle should read 160 degrees with meat thermometer. Enjoy Lisa
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