Friday, March 30, 2012

Friday Finds


I need to use my slow cookers more.  I have them in several sizes, and I am not using them as much as I should.  We have not been fond of many things I have cooked in the slow cooker, but here are some recipes I still would like to try:

Beyer Beware

Pork is one meat that we have liked when it is done in a crockpot.  This looks so good, and who can resist a one-dish meal.

Six Sisters Stuff

Since I am drawn to things with oriental flavor, this one looks really yummy, and chicken is something that we have liked cooked in a slow cooker.  The blogger said that her family really loved it.

Pinke Post

The ingredients used in this recipe sound really good.  I think I would agree with the blogger that additional barbecue sauce is not necessary.

Mom's Crazy Cooking

What could be easier than this.  Cook up some lasagna noodles, layer them in a crockpot with spaghetti sauce and lots of cheese and cook for 4 to 5 hours.  This one is meatless, but you could add browned ground beef or Italian sausage to the sauce if you want to.

Debbi Does Dinner Healthy and Low Calorie

This recipe is another one-dish meal.  It has lots of seasonings that should help to flavor up the beef.

The Better Baker

Of course, I have to include at least one dessert, and what's not to love about these.  Easy, quick, delicious and only 4 WW points.  This is truly "Having your cake and eating it, too!"

The photos here were taken by and are the property of the owners of the respective blogs represented.

I am linking up to Friday Favorite Finds at Finding Joy in My Kitchen and am anxious to see what other bloggers have found in their travels around the net this week.

2 comments:

  1. Mmmmm! It all looks good to me, but those brownies....those look heavenly! I want to try those!

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  2. It all looks sooo tasty. Thanks for sharing my Gooey Caramel Coconut Brownies - they are definitely a winner. So are you! Enjoy a great weekend Friend. Thanks for all you do. XO

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