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Okay guys, real talk.
I broke the driver’s side window of my car.
“How’d you manage that one, Amanda?”
Well, it’s a Wrangler so the windows unzip and the zipper broke.
Okay, fine, I broke both zippers. Which is okay most of the time since I normally have at least the back windows off anyway. But y’all, it’s cold in the mornings and at night in central Texas now. I was shivering on my way back from Austin last week.
An hour and a half at 75 MPH with the window down at 10 pm?
There is something for everyone on this list of 30+ Slow Cooker Recipes! Breakfast, soup, dinners, and even dessert ideas!
My life has been so craaaaazy recently and I’ve found myself grabbing quick drive-thru salads or, you know, tacos and french fries instead of cooking at home.
I just haven’t had the time or energy for cooking actual meals in the last couple weeks.
So I’m sharing this list of 30+ slow cooker recipes so that maybe it will motivate me to get dinner going before I leave the house in the morning. There is something for everyone here! Dinners, breakfasts, and even desserts!
I’m going to start working my way through these recipes starting with the tacos. Or the chocolate. Or maybe both.
Happy Wednesday guys! We made it halfway through the week!
In case I forgot to mention it, I’m obsessed with bread and butter pickles and Velveeta cheese slices right now.
I mean, if that’s not the epitome of sophisticated taste buds, I don’t know what is.
But every morning, I have 2 eggs with a slice of Velveeta cheese and every afternoon, I have one of my burger salads with tons of pickles on it.
And more than once in the last month, we’ve had these Crockpot Cheeseburgers for dinner because Velveeta! And pickles!
Seriously, this recipe is so simple, so good, and the family loves it.
You just quickly brown some ground beef (you could definitely use turkey if you prefer!) and then transfer it to the crockpot, mix in some cheese, ketchup, and mustard, and let it cook for a few hours. The cheese melts and creates that texture that only Velveeta can make – you know what I’m talking about!
It’s the perfect quick and easy dinner or it would be great for football games. Just put it on some buns with more cheese and pickles and I promise it will be a hit!