Tag Archive: crock pot

Slow Cooker Mexican Quinoa with Black Beans and Butternut Squash

  Planning to start eating well again (…next week) so in preparation I decided to make a bunch of slow cooker stuff that (I hope!) freezes well!  I got this recipe from Chelsea’s Messy Apron and… Continue reading

Triple Squash Slow-Cooker Chicken Stew

Ever wonder what happens if you cook something in your slow cooker for Way longer than it says to? Well in this case, everything disintegrated. But it was still edible! I think that’s… Continue reading

Slow-Cooker Chicken Curry over Spaghetti Squash

Always looking for new things to do with chicken, and new things to do with my crockpot. Well, here’s one I took from A Brown Table that did not disappoint: – Put spices… Continue reading

Slow-cooker Root Vegetable Stew

For this one I sort of followed this recipe from LOTFOTL, in that I sautéed the onions with the spices before I put everything in the crock pot, mainly followed their spice suggestions,… Continue reading

Slow-cooker Whole Chicken with Orange

While this more-or-less turned out, it’s definitely more of a learning experience than a recipe: I wanted to make another whole chicken in my crockpot, especially because I had just used the dripping… Continue reading

Slow-cooker Chicken with Mustard Seed and Thyme

This was my first experience cooking a WHOLE chicken, and it was no joke! I had bought the chicken to make into soup but then thought, why not do something different? Enter this… Continue reading

Garlic Chicken Soup

I was worried that I was coming down with something at a rather inopportune time (although when is an opportune time?) so I decided to load up on garlic and other healthy stuff.… Continue reading

Slow-cooker Aduki Bean Soup

I cook all the time (clearly) so one would think if I soaked some beans I would find something to do with them before several days had passed and they were exploding out… Continue reading

Soup Stock

Hooray for my first time ever using my crock pot! So excited because this means I can cook things without heating up my entire apartment (which will be useful when summer finally makes… Continue reading