Four easy crock pot recipes perfect for fall (breakfast and dinner)
So I am back today with more slow cooker recipes. These are quick, easy and perfect for busy fall nights (or mornings).
Vegetable soupWhat you’ll need: 1/2 pound cooked ground meat (I used chicken you can use turkey/beef/pork or go vegetarian and not include at all)1 can tomato paste1 can diced tomatoes with the juice1/2 a bag Pictsweet soup vegetables5-6 cups vegetable stock (or chicken stock. I actually use chicken base and add water if I don’t have any premade chicken broth) Directions: Coat meat in tomato paste, add in canned tomatoes vegetables, and broth. Stir and cook on low for 4- 8 hours.
Pulled buffalo chicken sandwichesWhat you’ll need: 2 boneless skinless chicken breasts 1/2 bottle of Moore’s buffalo sauce1/2 bottle of ranch dressingDirections: pour over chicken breasts and cook on low for 6 hours. Tip: Steam your buns in the slow cooker. When your meat is finished place your buns in a glass pie plan inside the slow cooker on top of your meat. Put the lid on the cooker and let the crockpot warm yo buns.
Sausage, potatoes and peppers What you’ll need: one package cased sausage cut in one-inch pieces five potatoes cut into rounds five to six bell peppers Everything but the bagel season from Trader Joes or Everything for the bagel seasoning from Walmart Directions: Layer your slow cooker with potatoes, then peppers, then sausage, seasoning each layerCook 6 hours on low. Pumpkin Pie oatmeal What you’ll need: 2 cups steel-cut oats one can pumpkin puree 7 cups of waterpumpkin pie seasoning vanillabrown sugar or maple syrup to taste Directions: Add the oats, puree and water to your slow cooker. Stir to make sure there are no lumps. Cook on warm for 7-10 hours. Yes. Warm. In the morning stir, add in vanilla and seasoning. I used the brown sugar and maple syrup to taste.