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Enjoy these top-rated slow-cooker recipes for soups, stews, ribs, roast beef, and other classic comfort foods. Start Slideshow 1 of 21. If your slow-cooker isn’t already your favorite thing ever, something’s about to get booted.

Here’s how you can easily make the best breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert meals in a crock pot. Slow Cooker Tomato Sauce.

Tomato sauce can really help make a meal come together fast, but finding sauce that isn’t loaded with sugar or other non-Whole30 compliant ingredients can be tricky. I like to make a big batch of homemade sauce in my slow cooker to enjoy warm and freeze the leftovers for quick meals in the future. 10. Easy Thai Coconut Soup with Lemongrass. 9. Slow Cooker Italian-Seasoned Potatoes.

8. Slow Cooker Peach Cobbler. 7. Zuppa Toscana. 6. Porcupine Meatballs.

5. Garlic Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes. 4. Cashew Chicken. 3. Copy Cat. An easy slow cooker recipe for a Carolina favorite made with tender stewed chicken and long grain rice. No precooking the chicken and no instant rice – everything cooks in the crock pot!

LBruner June 27, 2020 at 10:22 AM. Top 10 This Week! Pecan Cream Pound Cake. Slow-Cooker Enchiladas. As a busy wife and mother of two young sons, I rely on this handy recipe.

I layer enchilada ingredients in the slow cooker, turn it on and forget about it. With a bit of spice, these hearty enchiladas are especially nice during. 2 10 Easy 20-Minute Chicken Recipes The Best Slow Cookers to Buy in 2020 Best Slow Cooker: Cuisinart 3-In-1 Cook Central 6-Quart Multi-Cooker The lid has a rubberized lip to effectively seal in moisture and heat. At a reasonable price point, this slow cooker is definitely a top. This classic recipe from a famed East Harlem Restaurant is the ultimate comfort food.

Craig Lee for The New York Times Related: Our 12 Most Pinned Slow Cooker Recipes, Popular on Pinterest: 10 Restaurant Copycat Recipes to Try ASAP. Pinterest Top Picks: Our 100 Most Pinned Recipes. This best-of-the-best list has something for everyone: copycat restaurant recipes, diet-friendly dishes, easy desserts and juicy chicken dinners.

List of related literature:

Finally, we wanted to expand beyond the obvious slow-cooker recipes (such as soups and stews) and develop satisfying casseroles, meatloaves, side dishes, desserts, and a variety of everyday basics that are handy to have around.

“Slow Cooker Revolution: One Test Kitchen. 30 Slow Cookers. 200 Amazing Recipes.” by America's Test Kitchen
from Slow Cooker Revolution: One Test Kitchen. 30 Slow Cookers. 200 Amazing Recipes.
by America’s Test Kitchen
America’s Test Kitchen, 2011

All of these recipes can be halved if needed to be prepared in a smaller slow cooker.

“Keto Instant Pot: 130+ Healthy Low-Carb Recipes for Your Electric Pressure Cooker or Slow Cooker” by Maria Emmerich
from Keto Instant Pot: 130+ Healthy Low-Carb Recipes for Your Electric Pressure Cooker or Slow Cooker
by Maria Emmerich
Victory Belt Publishing, 2018

I have tested innumerable recipes in the slow cooker and share my favorites here.

“The Dinner Doctor” by Anne Byrn
from The Dinner Doctor
by Anne Byrn
Rodale, 2004

Choosing a large­capacity slow cooker enables you to make all the recipes in this book in their full amounts, and it gives you the option of making double batches so you can have leftovers, which means you can cook once and eat twice (or more!).

“The Hashimoto's Cookbook and Action Plan: 31 Days to Eliminate Toxins and Restore Thyroid Health Through Diet” by Karen Frazier
from The Hashimoto’s Cookbook and Action Plan: 31 Days to Eliminate Toxins and Restore Thyroid Health Through Diet
by Karen Frazier
Callisto Media Incorporated, 2015

In a 4to 5-quart slow cooker combine carrots, chicken, broth, onion, dried plums, curry powder, salt, and cinnamon.

“The Ultimate Low-Calorie Book: More than 400 Light and Healthy Recipes for Every Day” by Better Homes and Gardens
from The Ultimate Low-Calorie Book: More than 400 Light and Healthy Recipes for Every Day
by Better Homes and Gardens
HMH Books, 2012

For: slow cooking over low heat over several hours If you don’t have a lot of time for hands-on cooking, a slow cooker is a great tool that can save you time and effort.

“Keto Restaurant Favorites” by Maria Emmerich
from Keto Restaurant Favorites
by Maria Emmerich
Media Alternatives, Incorporated, 2017

In a 4to 6-quart slow cooker, combine the onion, garlic, coconut aminos, sweetener, vinegar, tomato paste, ginger, salt, and pepper.

“Quick & Easy Ketogenic Cooking: Meal Plans and Time Saving Paleo Recipes to Inspire Health and Shed Weight” by Maria Emmerich
from Quick & Easy Ketogenic Cooking: Meal Plans and Time Saving Paleo Recipes to Inspire Health and Shed Weight
by Maria Emmerich
Victory Belt Publishing, 2017

You can also find a large selection of slow cooker recipes at www.crockegikitchencom.

“Frugal Living For Dummies” by Deborah Taylor-Hough
from Frugal Living For Dummies
by Deborah Taylor-Hough
Wiley, 2011

So if you want easy, sure-thing results (and we do!), the slow cooker is a stellar way to get it.

“The Bone Broth Secret” by Louise Hay, Heather Dane
from The Bone Broth Secret
by Louise Hay, Heather Dane
Hay House, 2016

All my slow cooker recipes in this book are adapted for both slow and pressure cooking.

“Made Whole: More Than 145 Anti-lnflammatory Keto-Paleo Recipes to Nourish You from the Inside Out” by Cristina Curp
from Made Whole: More Than 145 Anti-lnflammatory Keto-Paleo Recipes to Nourish You from the Inside Out
by Cristina Curp
Victory Belt Publishing, 2018

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  • This looks so good! My brother used to eat a huge tin of Irish stew every day this reminds me of it but I bet this one’s so much better!

  • Thanks for writing the recipes since it’s much easier to us to write it down. Can you add them in a PDF so we can print and make our own cook books? Never seen anyone do it. Thanks again

  • This may be a silly question, but if I make the French Onion Chicken and use four breasts do I also double the soup mix? Thank you for sharing everything looks yummy!

  • I love that you put John 3:16 in your description box. Not many boldly proclaim Jesus name anymore. May God bless and keep you. Please pray Psalms 91 over your family in these last days, we need to be in the shelter of His wings. Thanks you for the recipes.

  • Oh my God, zero seasoning was used. I really wish more minority people came on here and shared recipes. This is getting ridiculous

  • New super excited subscriber. I am working all of these into my weekly meal plan! I loved when you said, “I don’t even eat mushrooms, but this was good!” I was seriously thinking I would try all of these except the Marsala, but you have talked me into it!

  • Thanks for the Video! I’m allowed to use a crockpot in my Truck while I’m OTR my APU can hold a Microwave 750 watts, TV, and a blender where I can make my smoothies.

  • Great recipes but I hope you don’t mind me saying but any chef I’ve ever seen will tell you to never use cooking wines they say they have a lot of sodium and not much wine, im sure your recipe is good but would probably be phenomenal with real marsala, it being a fortified wine and excellent in recipes, I love your videos keep up the good work!

  • Here from IG. I do not have a crockpot but I do like watching these videos to get food ideas. I may invest in one in the future. Everything looked good and seemed simple enough. Thanks for sharing and new friend here.

  • Thanx Teach., there were two recipes you did that I will be trying for sure, as I have been searching for them, for some time now! Peace and love! xo

  • Just want to say, I love crock pot cooking, my favorite thing. I love coming back from wherever and walking into the house and having that smell of cooking food, lovely. Also want to say, I’ve tried other crock-pot youtuber recipes and yours is the only one where every meal tastes fantastic. Thank you!

  • I really wanna try the popcorn and the spinach dip! They look so good! Another recipe u should try for the Super Bowl is buffalo chicken wing dip. We live near buffalo and that’s always very popular at parties.

  • That stew looked delicious and I too would use beef…I don’t know if we can buy Guinness here in the US but I will look and see if I can buy a small bottle. I will definitely make this, I love stew. Your tree is beautiful and the cards displayed brings a real coziness to the room. Have a Blessed day and thank your kitty for posing for us.

  • Looks super and easy especially for Superbowl of even small get togethers. Thanks again for sharing your creative geniousness.. ��

  • Thanks for the video. How many servings are your meals typically? Is that a regular size crockpot? Its only my wife and I at the moment and I am wondering if I should half your recipes.

  • I watched this last night and made the Korean beef for dinner tonight. Thanks for the recipe. It was very easy and delicious. Maybe I’ll throw it in the instant pot next time instead.

  • Omg where did you get that tool you were stirring the ground beef? The square, block tool? And that wisk tool you used to stir the stroganoff once you added the cream cheese?!

    I love these recipes! Thank you

  • Kelly search YT for a simple recipe to make your own Onion soup mix it is soooooooo much cheaper, instead of paying 2.50 for less that one ounce

  • Looks great! Have you ever watched queens cabinet? That lady can cook up some food. Try to watch her cooking videos she is awesome!

  • Who else thinks that lily should start her own roblox channel please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Well I didn’t take pics but I I’ve tried & enjoyed your crockpot: chicken & dumplings, BBQ chicken, teryaki chicken (made it twice in one month & used homemade yum yum sauce), pizza bake, Italian brown sugar chicken, brown sugar mustard chicken, ravioli lasange, ravioli with meat sauce, potato soup, (Cheesy chicken,broccoli & potatoes (more cheese would be better) and used your prepping tip for cheese sticks. Thanks for all the helful info you share.

  • The chicken tinga sounds like a tasty main for a meal prep bowl. Some black beans and some corn on top of rice with cheese? Sounds pretty good to me. \o/

  • Ooh these are great! Appetizers are one of those things that when I need to make them, I have no idea where to start. And anything I can cook in the slow cooker is a win win!! �� Thanks for these!

  • I love stews and one for a slow cooker is even better. It looks delish! Your kitty looked adorable and your tree is lovely! Happy New Year!

  • I have penne and rigatoni I don’t have any ziti. Can I substitute one of those for the ziti? Articles mean nothing unless they are double blind peer reviewed studies for major medical centers and institutions and contain real science not pseudoscience that some person out their writes. Dr. Elizabeth MD Ph.D Ph.D

  • Kelly ������yr Vlogs the crockpot ones have me cooking thanks so very very much for sharing. Because of yr Vlogs I enjoy cooking with Crock pot so much ����������

  • Can’t wait to try this delicious looking stew. Jasper’s a cutie, hope your holidays continue going well. Oh, I also followed you on IG! ����

    P.S. I’ve made the stew, it was delicious and a big hit!! My daughter loved it and she’s not much of a meat or bread eater. Thanks again for the yummy recipe.

  • I made the pork belly for my family, and they absolutely loved it. Thank you for sharing these recipes, I’ll be making your mint chocolate cake today. Here’s hoping it goes well ��

  • Do you like the pioneer woman crock pot? My slow cooker is from 1980’s (!) and I know I will have to replace at some point. The lid broke a long time ago so have been using another lid from my pots and pans. I hear a lot of newer slow cookers get hotter than the old ones and ‘boil’ the food. Just wondering if you would recommend?

  • Great video! Thank you for the new ideas. Do you have the other recipes written out somewhere? I only see the Marsala recipe linked in the comments.

  • I’m 39 and just started be a stay at home mom and wife and love learning from this channel how to make simple meals my kids live so thank you

  • I have truly enjoyed your crockpot recipe videos we have a nine person family, my daughter and her family live with us, and my adult son also lives with us. Dinners can be a rush and often are quick meals that are geared to the children of the house. I love this idea of crockpot freezer meals!! Thank you!!


    XOX Ruby♥️

  • These look delicious! A small tip though, I recommend softening the cream cheese via microwave for 35 seconds ( time depending on your microwave ) and then whisking it. it comes out super soft like whipped cream for easy use and stays that way if your gonna allow it to sit while everything is cooking.

  • Please help…the one time I put pasta in the crockpot it turned to mush �� is there anything special that needs to be done? What did I do wrong?

  • cumin seeds is the way to go! once I got them I never looked back at my ground cumin XD I now use the whole, crush them in a pastel and mortar or grind them in a spice grinder myself moments before use all of these options are superior to store-bought ground cumin, which is alright if you’re in a pinch, but it’s just a whole different aroma and flavor.

  • You look handsome Jasper in your Christmas jumper. The tree is beautiful too. Jasper, only a few days left to climb it. Happy holidays.

  • I love your recipes!! I’ve been doing a lot of your videos lately I found myself loosing a couple of pounds. Can you please do more healthy slow cooking meals. Working a full time job slow cooking meals have really helped me make dinner a lot easier. Thank you!!!!

  • Hey, Sara!
    Love, love, love your chanal, recepies and especially your energy. You have and share that something in you that makes me cook the next meal with joy again.
    And I also added quite a few your dishes to our family menu, despite my picky kids…

    Now I have a situation, that I hope you can help me with.
    I beleive the best is as fresh as it goes and that lunch has to be hot. But I go to work four to five hours before my family comes home. So I was thinking, what if I made something, put it in owen on timer and it would be just done when the others come home… Do you have any recepies for that?
    I watched your freeze dinners and I like them, but this with slow cooker really look great. What do you think about cooking them in the owen? (don’t have a slowcooker)

    I understand you have many followers and might not notice my comment. But if you do, I will be really happy to get an answer.

    Wish you all the best

  • In United Kingdom and many parts of Europe and Australia, New Zealand even India…a Dump means going to the toilet…you know a number 2…going for a dump! ��

  • What is with all the plastic? Crock pot liners? Individually wrapped chicken breasts? Is it really that hard to wash your crock pot? And can’t you at least put 2 chicken breast per bag. You could also just freeze your chicken breasts on a cookie sheet then put a bunch in one large bag and they don’t stick together.

  • They look very good! I’ll try to korean beef and curry this weekend. Do you have any idea what to use instead of an asian pear? maybe a normal one?:D

  • Made the stroganoff and it was so bomb…i added spinach to mine during the last hour of cooking and my son and i really enjoyed it

  • In the U.S we call aubergine “eggplant”. Does all of the U.K. call it “aubergine”, or just England? Thank you!
    P.S. I know Ramsay is from Scotland, but he worked in France so I’m not sure if it was always “aubergine” or, at some point, “eggplant”.

  • I don’t eat meat and I don’t like pear…however I want to make the first one for my family…with some chicken. I also wonder how it will taste on some fish or shrimp…I do eat those.

  • Hey Kelly, I’m a mother of three picky eaters and I was wondering would you happen to have any kid friendly crockpot meals? if so I would love to see a video of it!!! ��

  • Oooh thank you for the recipe little pixie ☺ i would definitely like to make all those, my wife is a little bit picky on certain meats and foods, as for me.. i eat pretty much anything lol ��

  • Aww jasper didn’t seemed too impressed with his jumper, but looked soo adorable
    Wishing u a fab new year Cheryl, many blessings for 2020 x

  • I’ve made this in an oven trust me that pork skin is chewy / gooey and a weird texture. Wasn’t my cup of tea. The actual dish is amazing but I never cared too much for the skin last time I made pork belly I removed the skin it came out better because the huge fat layer in between the skin and the meat protects the meat while cooking and you don’t have a gelatinous blob on top even though its looks better with the skin on. (It never gets as crispy as you think)

  • As much i respect you and like you, but it’s a BIG twist of the “Italian Bollito” since originally there are no sausiges and bollito means boiled, however, I still admire you and cook many of your dish.

  • I have a question about the cranberry meatballs. Does it change the flavor of the recipe to leave out the orange juice? I’m allergic to citrus.

  • I’m definitely going to try this one cheryl, I’ve seen your square slice recipe and it looks easy&delicious..So aye mrs, looks braw and so glad I stumbled across your channel,what a delight if is being down here&eventually finding the perfect Scottish recipes..Thank you,have a braw yin &take it easy ������������������✌��������

  • This video came up in my feed the other day and I’m very glad it did! We made this stew for ourselves and some friends last night and it went down very nicely indeed. Thanks a lot.

  • Wow, that looked delicious, I must give it a try, I’m a widower so not very expert at cooking yet…..The BBC and ITV camera people should take a look at your lovely steady camera work, they could learn a lot, instead of using their cameras like machine guns or hose pipes, and their rapid cuts drive me mad…So well done all round..Have subscribed..Many thanks.

  • I do the same thing withmy cheese dip eat it with chips the first day and then I take it for lunch the next day over macaroni. Makes a great lunch. Love your videos of course. Keep them coming

  • Hi am in Portugal. I could not get Guinness so unused red wine. Turned out fab. 3hrs on a low heat on a camp stove. I used pint of stock and 1 clove of crushed garlic. I’d def do this again. I know it’s not Irish stew, but hey ho

  • I’m Irish and yes irish stew is suppose to have lamb but l know plenty of people who make it with beef,my gran makes it with beef

  • I love Christmas too!
    Can’t wait for New Zealand winter to make this stew in my slow cooker, I freakin LOVE Irish Stew!!
    I was raised in Invercargill, right down the bottom of the South Island, as you can tell by the name, it was settled by Irish, so I grew up on lots of different stews ��
    I am obsessed with your Scottish accent! Even though I’ve been living in Nelson, top of the South Island, for 26 years now, people can still tell I’m from down south because I still roll my R’s slightly lol ��

  • Thanks Kelly. All the recipes look real good. I watch you both as much as I can. I am always running behind on my videos. But learn a lot. That’s for the ideas!❤

  • Hello! I love all of your crock-pot recipes. �� Do you plan on doing more in the future? Every recipe I’ve ever tried of yours has always been a big hit! ☺️��

  • Okay the recipes look amazing but am I the only one wondering how to feed a whole family with these when I can eat half of these by myself, and I’m not that big I’m a fit 195

  • Kelly OMG those recipes looked so good and easy gotta try them especially the spinach I ��������spinach dip also. I’m going to make some soon thanks so so much ����

  • Hi there, started watching your channel a few weeks ago, while searching out crockpot recipes. Made the crock pot Zitifamily loved it! I am a RN and I have worked overnights for 6 years. Unfortunately our eating habits have included, a lot of take-out over the years. I made a resolution to cook more at home this year. Love being able to start a meal when I get home from work and have it ready for the fam, for dinner that evening, cooking it, while I sleep. Thanks so much for the inspiration.

  • I made a great meal and my husband tells me “it was good but maybe use less mushrooms next time” ����
    There’s no such thing as too many mushrooms ����

  • Memories of our childhood in Lanark looks delicious I’m going to make this tomorrow can’t wait can I ask what’s the framed discs on the wall near your lovely tree All the best for 2020 xx

  • I just don’t get it how can you say no to macaroni and cheese. so nice and creamy and delicious!!!!! how can anybody not be in the mood for macaroni and cheese???!!!??! It really is baffling.

  • Oh yeah…*definitely* making this in the next couple of weeks.:) Jasper, bless his heart, if looks could kill y’all’d be toast! LOL! Your tree is beautiful, and I wish we could have one with ‘flocking’ and glass ornaments, but we have two cats who are not as well-behaved as your one sad chuckle. Ah well. I like that we only have to put two parts of the tree together, plus the stand, and all the branches fall into place. Unlike when I was growing up and needles ending up in socks, and having to make sure the dog didn’t drink the tree water. Of course, I miss the smell of a real tree, but I can always go visit pine trees.:)

  • Imagine if a hells kitchen contestant served him a Bolito Nistro…

    Gordon: “I gave you 45 minutes, and you’ve served me a bowl of fucking sausages”

  • Thanks for this recipe! I love stews, and this one sounds delicious. Slow cookers really help; we just totally wore out our old one and agree we must get another, so this would be an excellent baptism. Thanks also fir the photos of you and Jasper, who does look slightly disgruntled in his new sweater ��. Our climate in Minnesota is much like Scotland, where both of us had ancestors. Hope you had lovely holidays, including Hogmanay, and best wishes for a prosperous and delightful New Year!

  • Another delicious recipe to be filed under comfort foods.. YUM! Your tree was lovely, & Jasper looked adorable in his Christmas jumper:-) Thumbs up as always xx

  • Wow! I am a recipe junkie. However, I am quite discriminatory which is based on whether or not my son will eat it. You amaze me in that there are very few of your recipes that I wouldn’t try (maybe some of the fish ones ’cause I’m not a fan of fish) or that my son wouldn’t eat. These 3 would pass muster with both of us! Only problem is, I’m amassing quite a few recipes that I want to try! LOL ����

  • Thank you for these dishes, Sara Lynn! They all look like hearty, yummy dishes for a cold winter’s day. The aloo gobi is first on my list to try!! ����

  • Hi this is so yummy and I am just starting to learn how to use a crock-pot on Dean had to make like vegetable and pasta soup together that’s what I would like to see you makethank you so much

  • I used your recipe when I first saw it. As I’m Irish I have to say it was lovely and Ive made it several times and never altered or tweaked the recipe once (I’m hell for doing that!) it’s nom nom nom so thanks so much for this ❤️

  • Thank you so much for collabing with me! I love your videos! Yesss avoid the drive thru! I need to learn how to make chic fil a fries in the crockpot though ��

  • This looks lovely. Irish stew is as local as every home no Matter where you are. We all have our own. I tend to use beef too. I’ll definitely use the flour and fry stage next timethanks for that great advice. Best wishes to you and yours, Jasper too! Any plans on a Hogmanay traditional dish. Jason in Belfast.

  • Thanks, good recipes… I usually make the Mac ad cheese one in the end for my kids every Friday lol Happy Friday. I put sausage in it!

  • Ok i know I already commented but had to let you know I made the chicken masala last night and my hubby LOVED it. I mean he is a foodie guru and he loved this. I added Shitake mushrooms because he loves those and your recipe was amazing. Making the ziti, mac n cheese and strogonoff this week, too. Am recovering from a long stay in hospital so needed these easy to prepare recipes. It helps me to be able to improve my strength while standing and cooking without getting exhausted. My physical therapist likes this for me, too. So thank you so much Kelly. You are making a difference with all that you do. Love ya! ♥♥♥

  • Fortumately for the others here I had a problem with th link and it got lost. I can remember though.
    Not keen on the music. Cats cannot be herded, it’s a scientific law.
    Oh! Strickly speaking it is Mutton, but who can get that.
    What else.Hognamay. What plans hae thee lass for the Hognany? for us lot.

    When I was a child we used to have “First Footing”/ Dark hair was good and a lump of coal.

  • Looks delicious, I will definitely try your recipe the next time I cook stew. I love lamb but, it is hard to find where I live so I always use beef for my stews. Thanks for sharing.

  • These all look delicious!!
    We make a similar Spinach dip, in the crockpot, we call it Florida Dip. We had it for the first time in Florida, that’s why the name lol!
    All ya do is grab a bag/packet of the
    Knorr Vegetable Recipe mix (It’s found by the boxed Onion soup and stuff) and on the back is a Hot Spinach recipe! We just make ours in the crockpot and serve with crackers and Garlic toast!!

  • How do ya feel about ‘Codex Alimentarius’ that your Government has signed up to? This Code denotes ALL vitamins and Minerals as toxic and, as such your Government has to protect you. It does this by irradiating all food and/or their ingredients, thereby reducing or removing the nutritional value.
    This is part of UN Agenda 21

  • Lovely stew recipe, Cheryl! My mouth was watering too and I’m going to have to pick up a can of Guinness and make it! Love little Jasper’s hoodie, you’re lucky because I can’t dress my kitties up! Have a wonderful weekend! ��

  • Just got a slow cooker with no idea how to use it or what to make with it. This video was SUPER helpful. Love how down to earth you and your recipes are

  • I really enjoy watching your videos here in Ireland. I would love to see some crock pot meals without using canned soups, sauces etc. Due to dietary issues we cannot use them.

  • That stew looked really delicious. I’ve been cooking for 60 years and the only recipes I’ve done with beer or stout are chili and corned beef. I have to try beef stew with Guiness. Thanks for the inspiration.

  • Jasper looks as happy in his Christmas jumper as our cat Freddie! We really enjoy your videos in our house. My husband Mark wants to know what the records are you have on the wall behind your Christmas tree he loves his music!

  • I am trying the meatballs and Mac n cheese got everything from Aldis!! It was only like $30 for everything thank u for these cheap recipes!!

  • Just wanted to say hi, I’m a new subscriber. I’m excited to find your channel, I love this kind of content❤️ I’m going to try each of these recipes!

  • Hey so I’m very interested in the cranberry meatball recipe because it looks so good but my mom is very allergic to oranges so the orange juice is not an option for my family is there any possible substitutions you think would work well with this recipe?

  • What is your baby wrap called? I am going to have my second grandchild and I’m a young grandma. I would like to get my daughter one of those wraps but hell if I know what the name is to even Google them!:-)

  • Hey Jen! I wanted to let you know I made the turkey meatballs and the mac n cheese recipies for my Christmas Eve dinner tonight! They were a huge success! I also served all my usual stuff too butt thought these would be easier on me. They were easy! And everyone loved it! I had no leftovers of mac n cheese and the kids got 2nds…. My oldest nephew is such a picky eater, he is 24 now but still hardly eats anything but m&m’s, chicken nuggets, fries, Or mac n cheese and he actually said that he lived the meatballs! “I think they are my favorite thing tonight” WOW the ham, the lamb, the turkey dressing all went to the fridge but the mac n cheese was scraped clean and the meatballs had just a fraction left over after making 6 pounds of the Wal-Mart brand of turkey meatballs! Thank you for great recipes! Your the best and I told them they were your recipies! Lots of love and merry Christmas to you and all of yours!!!������������������

  • I added the tortellini soup recipe for this past weeks dinner menu. It was super easy to make and everyone loved it! Thank you for sharing such a yummy recipe.

  • Regarding the cranberry meatballs, I’m making them tomorrow and my question is when I put them in the slow cooker should they be frozen or thawed out?? I bought a bag of frozen and I don’t know whether to put them in the refrigerator tonight or leave them in the freezer until I make them

  • This is making my mouth water… Looks delicious. Perfect for these chilly days and nights. Your Christmas decorations are beautiful.

  • Great video but that music is something I have nightmares about the computer voice singing is pretty bad. Seems every cooking channel has the exact same repetitive computerized music.

  • Left my beef stew in the freezer do you think if I put it into the crock pot with the ingredients for 10 hours on hi it would still work?

  • I shot a buffalo the other day. What size slow-cooker should I use, and how do I get the skin nice a crispy? Hurry up with your reply as it’s starting to stink quite a lot.

  • I wanna make the ziti but I don’t have any crockpot liners:( think it will be ok if I just spray the crockpot good with cooking spray?

  • Why brown your wings if you’re not going to brown your wings? If you have to turn your oven on for a crock pot recipe, you’ve missed the point.

  • Thanks for including a dish of my country India. Loved the way you said,” Aloo Gobhi”.Also,chick peas is known as “Chana”.Thanks Sarah,��

  • That pork belly skin looks like leathery shit. I thought this guys was supposed to be a professional? He likes to dish out the shit, but I can make better crackling in my air fryer with my eyes closed. He needs another fat soaked piece of bread to make himself into an idiot sandwich.

  • Love your hair Kelly! So cute! These recipes sound so good I think I’m going to make the chicken with the London soup mix and the stroganoff! Yummy!

  • Thank you for making me hungry! Merry Christmas, and thank you for sharing the pictures of your beautiful home. My ancestral blood sings, seeing this.

  • You had me at slow cooker I absolutely love my slow cooker, the whole house smells delicious and it always turns out mouthwatering. I think I’ll start with the korean beef but I’m also really exited about that cauliflower dish:)

  • Question: Some people say never put frozen food in a Crockpot? What’s ur opinion on this? Been watching other meals on this notice. Pls let us no ty…..��

  • Ordinary people cannot buy lamb breasts (whatever that is), maybe some chops or leg or ground lamb in their local store. Present a recipe for something a normal person could buy! Ox cheeks? WTF? Beef shin? Pork neck? I have never seen any of this stuff in my local butcher shops much less a supermarket. How about slow cooked recipes for pork butt.shoulder, pork spare ribs, pork tri-tips, pork loin, beef chuck roast/steaks, beef round steaks/roast, beef brisket, skirt, hanger, ranch, etc.

  • Your tree is beautiful! Hope your family had an amazing Christmas, and all the best for new year! Alsoa quick question. Do you notice any difference in flavour/texture with meals going from using the high or the low setting on a slow cooker, or is it pretty similar either or? �� x

  • I really enjoyed this video it’s just getting me more excited for the Super Bowl mainly just because the love of family and friends hanging out and watching the football game so thank you so much for sharing this!

  • I watch this tasty rip off videos to see if there’s anything good to cook. But half the times the recipe just doesn’t make sense or it’s overcomplicated and ends up looking unappealing. I feel like they are trying way too hard to be creative

  • Thankyou for sharing. O started following you a few months ago and I have tried several of your crockpot recipes even last night and they have all been a hit. I made them for a larger family so added or omitted things but overall all good. I tagged you on some in Instagram. Had to give credit where credit is due. Look forward to trying some of these. Especially the mac and cheese. ��

  • I want to make all of these! ��
    Other recipes I’m interested in are your family’s favorite dinner recipes. What meals do you make over and over again?

  • i had a beef stew yesterday and had it with dumplings and bread. such a nice thing to have especially this time of year when it’s cold it really warms you up

  • Oh Jasper you are so miffed having to model your hoodie bless him he is so like Frank cute That stew looks amazing my daughter told me mam i need that i’m going to buy a slow cooker and do it for her i normally do them in my dutch oven

  • on the lamb recipe, he says 2-2.5 hours and forget about it. Do you have to turn the meat at all during that time or leave it as is?

  • I bought the book after seeing a few of these clips I cooked for my family today and it was amazing Thanks Gordon, I’ve learned a lot! ����

  • I love your channel! Do you worth with an Instant Pot? I have one, and I struggle to use it. If you use an instant pot and have recipes, can you share them? Thank you in advance

  • My Aunt Diane who used to live in Michigan created this meatball recipe over 50 years ago. When I was little and came about having them we ended up naming them Menominee meatballs because that was the town in Michigan where she lived. I have lived around the world and learned that food can pop up in different places at different times when it is created. Someone else may have the same idea but I know them to be Menomonie meatballs that my Aunt Diane created a very very long time ago I wasn’t born yet.

  • Glad that you mentioned that a true Irish stew is made with lamb at the start of your video, not that I’m a fusspot but I do like to have a feeling of the traditional tastes in my food. I would probably enjoy your dish regardless of the type of meat that was in it, but tradition!!!

  • Oh those baby hiccups! So sweet �� I love how easy your meals are, you are one of the few channels where I actually use the recipe ideas.

  • Sarah you are so adorable thank you for all your efforts and time invested in your channel and for sharing it all with us! BTW I got distracted a little teeny bit by what looked like blush on only one cheek! lol absolutely adorable!

  • Slow Cooking is Great if you want the House to Smell Delicious. I can understand why so many spices were used. For me. I just use my Instant Pot. 8 Hour slow vs 1 hour Pressure (Instant Pot) with all the flavors locked in. Be careful with both the Heat and Spices in my case. I only used 5 KWh less energy to do the same. Gordon R. I dare you to take me on with less Spices, Time, and Energy to do the same.

  • I’m sorry about the recipe links! It was brought to my attention they weren’t working. I have to shorten the links before I place them into my description box and sometimes the links don’t always work on some of the shortener sites I use. I used a different shortener and they appear to be working properly now! Let me know if you have anymore problems ��

  • That first one looked disgusting with that nasty gloppy cheese. I hardly call it cooking when you use sauce from a jar and pasta from a box. LOL this isn’t cooking. Garlic from a jar and mushrooms from a can LOL. I can’t continue watching.

  • I’m glad I ate before watching another one of your video’s! Next month I am going to try your kielbasa recipe, and add to it! If it turns out half way decent, I will try to email you that recipe so you can try it! Peace and Love! xo

  • Hello we would love to see you post your great slow cook recipes i. our facebook group search Slow Cooker Recipe Crockpot Group… We have over 22k members… If you do live postings even better…. Thanks


  • At a good pizza place the cheese is put on top of the sauce and then the rest of the ingredients that you want on your pizza. There may be a few shreds on top but it is not the cheese on top that is the correct way to make pizza.

  • Don’t y’all hate when u come home thinking your food been cooking all day then u walk in the door u don’t smell nothing because u forgot to plug in the crockpot.

  • This was SOOO AWESOME!!! I was browning and putting a Chuck Roast in my slow Cooker, Anyway. I am still browning it so I cannot comment too long. Your Stew looks SOOOOOOO
    DELICIOUS!!! I cannot wait to have Our roast this Evening. I am looking forward to Our roast with Carrots and Potatoes. I have some onions, roughly chopped in the bottom of the slow Cooker right now.
    Thank You for sharing Your WONDERFUL RECIPES!!! I wish that I had some Guinness right now but I forgot to pick some up. We are down to one car right now. I had Our Son take Me into town and forgot the Guinness. DARN IT!!! Well, next time, I will make Your DELICIOUS RECIPE NEXT TIME. Your cat is adorable in His Christmas attire and Your Tree and Home look BEAUTIFUL!!!
    Happy New Year! Thank You, again for sharing Your Amazing Cooking Talents with Us!!! I thought that I would send a little photo of My Roast. You cannot see the onions underneath my large Roast. I don’t think that is a problem though. LOL!!!
    Again, HAPPY NEW YEAR AND BLESSINGS SENT TO YOU AND YOUR LOVED ONES, CHERYL. I hope that I spelled Your name right.

  • Gotta try the mac and cheese…maybe throw in some ground beef or sliced up hot dogs!! I am so glad we got a couple little glimpses especially at the end of your precious little princess ������ so sweet! I am loving your hair!!

  • The spinach dip was it fresh spinach or frozen spinach for the spinach dip it looks so good I will definitely make that one thank you

  • I love writing these down for later use and trying new things. I have 5 boys well two are grown now. But I wanted to say I love how you show the ingredients at the beginning of the video then show how to make, easier to write it that way.

  • These look so good!
    I’m going to have to try out the popcorn one for sure! I’ve been on a big marshmallow popcorn kick which is marshmallows,brown sugar, and butter melted in the microwave and pour over microwave popcorn ����I don’t know if you remember my honey bun phase I was in but I have replaced it with marshmallow popcorn ��

  • Is your flour more of a whole grain or a brown flour? I don’t know if it’s the lighting or what, but our flour (I n the US) is really white. Love your show!

  • I’m curious why you use chicken stock instead of beef stock with the beef,I would use beef stock but I will give the chicken stock a try. I am sure it will be great. I have been looking for a channel like your channel for a while. Your cat looked sweet.

  • Adding dairy at the start of slow cooking is a bad idea… You should only have it in for the last 30 minutes of cooking, otherwise it comes out looking gross like in this video. It’s slow cooking 101.

  • We’re also making some appetizers for the super bowl. Thanks so much for sharing these Kelly. They all look so yummy especially the bacon cheeseburger dip ��❤️

  • Ok that first one right off so good but you dont even need 2 waste making a mess in your crock pot with that one just add your butter brown sugar into a bowl pop it in the microwave for a few seconds then take it out and add your pop corn and whatever else you wanna add into the bowl and there you go and it takes way less time

  • All of these look great. Really enjoy your channel. I was wondering where you find your music for your videos. Congrats on the birth of your sweet baby girl. Lots of love from Arkansas xoxo

  • My favourite sauce with kielbasa is a mixture of ketchup and grape jelly. I know exactly how it sounds, and I was just as skeptical, but it’s actually really good. Mix them over heat until they coagulate as one sweet and tangy sauce. It’s more a matter of preferences, so you’ll have to taste it along the way. You can season it however you like. Goes great with sauerkraut, too! =^^=

  • Great recipes Kelly! I agree about the layering of the Italian dish. I would think the meat on top of the cream cheese mixture on the bottom, then the sauce and so on.
    On another note, GO CHIEFS! This is their first superbowl in 50 years. I’m so excited for my local football team!

  • Can’t wait to try these!!!! Thanks so very much for sharing sweet Kelly!!! Wishing you and your beautiful family a very blessed and wonderful Sunday ❤️