With one slow cooker recipe, two vegetarian options, one Tex-Mex option, and one dinner with an Asian flair, I’d say the Thrive At Five weekly meal planning group has you well covered for dinner suggestions for this, the third week of July!
It doesn’t often happen that I’ll make a meal twice in a matter of two weeks time. However, this Italian Pepperoni Soup is so amazing I could easily see myself making it on a regular weekly rotation, and that’s saying something pretty special!
After a long and busy day, this recipe for Succulent Slow Cooker Hawaiian Pineapple Chicken Thighs will become your new best (dinnertime) friend, and will leave your family asking for “moa” which is Hawaiian for chicken!
I’ve been noticing over the past several years that, in general, people want their food preparation to be as quick and easy as possible. In response to that I’m sharing with you my 5-Ingredient recipe for Root Beer Country Ribs made in the slow cooker.
With only seven ingredients (not including salt and pepper), most of which you most likely already have in your pantry and fridge, this Healthy Homemade Slow Cooker Chicken Barley Soup is a wonderful comfort food you’ll want to make for your family all winter long!
You guys, it’s apple season! Can you feel the slight chill in the air and the warm scent of cinnamon that is just about everywhere? Yeah, me either but I’m hopeful that it will happen soon. Even though it’s September, today in Illinois where I live the temperatures are supposed to be in the 90’s with a heat index in the 100’s. UGH! Oh well. Since there’s nothing I can do about the outside temperatures, I might as well make it feel like fall on the inside and cook up a batch of Slow Cooker Homestyle Apple Pear Sauce with Amaretto.
Moist and meaty chicken thighs, along with red potatoes are cooked low and slow in a white wine caper sauce for this Italian […]
The health benefits of Beef Bone Broth are enormous, and making it at home in the slow cooker couldn’t be […]
This recipe is also a great way to sneak extra veggies into you kids without them knowing. The creaminess doesn’t come from cream at all; it comes from cooked and pureed cauliflower. They’ll never even suspect you pulled one over on them. Score one for mom! After all, it’s done in the name of love, and that can never be wrong!
If you’re wondering why I used a combination of boneless, skinless chicken thighs and breasts, it’s to keep the pulled chicken as moist and flavorful as possible. Because sometimes boneless, skinless chicken breasts can be dry due to the lack of fat, I wanted to pack in as much moisture and flavor as I could.