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Thread: ♥ Crockpot Recipes, Please post your recipes!

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    ♥ Crockpot Recipes, Please post your recipes!

    I have been searching online and found this crockpot recipe for pot roast.

    http://www.hunts.com/recipes-Rosemary-Pot-Roast-5235
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    I found another recipe for us to try:

    http://www.hunts.com/recipes-Easy-Sl...Pot-Roast-5242
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    Do you like stuffed green peppers? I don't actually stuff the peppers as my husband and I will not eat them, so why waste them. So I chop mine up in smaller pieces unless my oldest son is home. As he likes the peppers whole. I dice up three peppers, small onion, 3 pounds of hamburger and salt and pepper to taste. Fry until hamburger is done, drain.. add 2.5 cups of rice and mix well. Pour into crock pot and add one large can of tomato juice. Cover and cook on low. Takes about 5 hours to cook completely. BUT... this can be slow cooked all day. I have make mine before work and put it in and start it and get home 8.5 hours later and ready to eat.
    Faye

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    Missed your posts. I hope everything is going well with you and your family. I'm so glad to see you posting again, you always came up with such great links. Thank you.♠

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    Hi Craftybear, the above message is meant for you but I forgot to include your name.
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    Craftybear, we've missed you! It sure was nice to see your post this morning. :-) I'm leaning toward trying the first pot roast recipe in the future. I bet it would be good with pork loin roast, as well. Thanks---

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    Glad to see you back Craftybear! I am intetested in recipes since I recently purchased a new crockpot.

    Linda

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    Hey! Welcome back Craftybear!

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    Thanks Craftybear. I love slow cooker recipes. Gives me more time to sew, instead of cooking.
    Welcome back.
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    Italian Roast Beef
    1 roast
    1 packet dry Italian dressing mix
    1 packet Au Jus
    1 cup or can of beef broth

    Put in crock pot on low for a few hours. Eat!

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