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We Found The BEST Crock Pot Recipes – And You Won’t Believe What They Are
Are you often struggling with lack of time, or lack of dinner ideas? I sure am, and that’s the main reason I got myself a slow cooker in the first place.
My trusty crock pot has helped me so much over the years that I recently got a second one, so that I could cook dessert at the same time as the entree is cooking in the other one! In my opinion, it was money well spent – especially when you consider how much time it saves you. Just throw all the ingredients in there and get on with your day!
There are so many awesome slow cooker recipes that I would like to share. I think it would take a day or two, to get through all of them… So I decided to start with these six favorites of mine. I pretty much make at least one of these every week, and my family never complains!
In fact, they often request these meals if I haven’t made them in a while. When your picky eater requests for a certain recipe, you can be sure it’s a good one!
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Fun Fact: The first Crock-Pot, which cost a mere $25, came with an 84-page cookbook with over 150 recipes.