Last year for Christmas, hubby got me the triple dipper! It took a bit to convince him that is was a completely necessary item – even though i had 2 plus other crock pots in the house!
I have my first one, a 4 quart with, warm, low and high setting only. That was one of my first when i moved out of the house my first year!
I have the 6 quart that has warm, high, low, and a timer! That was a wedding gift and i love it! It came with a mini crock pot that pretty much is just off and “frickin” hot!
When i saw the triple crock pot thingy at target and walmart i knew it was just a must have for me!
I was at a party on Saturday night and brought my fancy triple dipper and we all started talking about crockpot recipes, so i figured i’d put together a post with my favorite places to get my crock pot recipes and some of my favorite recipes so they would all be in 1 place!
– easy and keeps spice out of the air in your house!
– so much cheaper that at the store, and super quick and easy
– super yummy, not good for you but great on little toasted bread
Brie with apricots
– one of my favorites! Delicious – great in the triple dipper!
Sweet and Spicy Asian Pork Shoulder
Another favorite – so tasty, makes a ton! I leave the boc choi in there a ton.
Turkey Enchilada “Soup”
Kinda like chili – but slightly different flavor and the tortilla strips just add that extra mmm
just a couple ingredients, wonderful flavor
White Chili with Chicken
– mmmm, good flavors, easy to make, up the spice to work for you
Cauliflower and Chickpea curry
– interesting flavors, lots of veggies!
Make your own chicken broth
– the best desert – so easy, and delicious!
Other random easy stuff:
Chipotle Raspberry Meatballs:
1/2 bag of costco frozen meatballs
1 bottle of raspberry chipotle sauce – from costco
Dump both in crock pot turn on low for 8 hours, high for less. Eat!
Easy Meatballs and Sauce:
1/2 a bag to a full back of frozen meatballs
1 bottle of pasta sauce
Plot meatballs in the crock pot, top with sauce, rinse bottle of sauce with red wine, dump into crock pot.
Sprinkle with garlic powder, oregano and onion powder. Stir.
Turn on low if you have all day, high if you don’t. Ready to eat in 4-8 hours.