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  • AliciaRenee1AliciaRenee1 Member Posts: 21 Member Member Posts: 21 Member
    This thread is awesome. I love my crock pots (slow cookers) so much I own 4 currently and am buying another tomorrow that has 2 x 1L and 1 x 3L all with separate controls.

    I admin a slow cooker group on FB and have transitioned to gluten free and lactose free recipes over the last couple years and now adapting mine, others, and creating new ones that fit into a low cal, low sugar, low carb (or healthy carb) set.

    I will start sharing my new creations here and pick up some inspiration from the recipes already in this thread :smile:
  • bonjovi27bonjovi27 Member Posts: 144 Member Member Posts: 144 Member
  • isaiah4031aisaiah4031a Member Posts: 206 Member Member Posts: 206 Member
    Bump. Theses lok good
  • beyondmywildestdreamsbeyondmywildestdreams Member Posts: 80 Member Member Posts: 80 Member
  • cmoler0803cmoler0803 Member Posts: 1 Member Member Posts: 1 Member
    I do Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast, add BBQ sauce of your choice and pineapples.
    If meet is thawed I normally cook on high for 3-4 hours otherwise on high for 6 hours.
    I pair that with some skillet cooked peppers and onions and whole grain rice.
    YUMMY!!!!
  • countrycreekcountrycreek Member Posts: 755 Member Member Posts: 755 Member
    With cooler weather approaching.. I would like to use my crockpot more often!
  • ohiomcginnohiomcginn Member Posts: 1 Member Member Posts: 1 Member
  • timechangingtimechanging Member Posts: 29 Member Member Posts: 29 Member
    This thread is awesome. I love my crock pots (slow cookers) so much I own 4 currently and am buying another tomorrow that has 2 x 1L and 1 x 3L all with separate controls.

    I admin a slow cooker group on FB and have transitioned to gluten free and lactose free recipes over the last couple years and now adapting mine, others, and creating new ones that fit into a low cal, low sugar, low carb (or healthy carb) set.

    I will start sharing my new creations here and pick up some inspiration from the recipes already in this thread :smile:

    Hi Alicia what is the slow cooker group you have on facebook.
  • corrinacaincorrinacain Member Posts: 1 Member Member Posts: 1 Member
  • Sunnybrooke99Sunnybrooke99 Member Posts: 369 Member Member Posts: 369 Member
    This is not low calorie, but it’s perfect for bringing to a holiday diner, or fixing really fast in the morning before work, and letting it cook on your desk for a few hours for a work celebration. Ppl were literally picking it off the sides of the crock pot!

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/rich---creamy-mashed-potatoes/amp
    edited October 2017
  • GoBlue1981GoBlue1981 Member Posts: 374 Member Member Posts: 374 Member
    Pot Roast
    Carrots
    Potatoes
    Onion
    Celery
    Beef broth (enough to cover...depends on size of crockpot and meat cut but usually 2 cans or one box)
    Salt & pepper to taste

    Season meat cut and cook on low in a crockpot (6-8 hours).

    Combine meat, broth and chopped vegs (potatoes, carrots, onions, celery whatever you want to add if anything all in together. Keep veg sizes in bigger pieces if they are going to cook that long. You can add a couple of cans of beef broth. Just enough to cover the vegs. Additional broth will cook out of the meat too.

    Gravy :
    (if wanted):
    You can use a Brown Gravy mix (store bought package). Which calls for 1 cup of water and the mix but I use half broth (from the roast) and half water.

    OR:

    You can make your own from scratch with a water and flour mix and broth from the meat towards the end of the cooking time.

    You want your flour water mix to be thick but still able to pour. Try 2 Tablespoons of flour and 1/2 cup water (mix this together first). Put 2 cups of broth from your roast in the pan and slowly stir in the water/flour mix and bring to a boil in a pan/skillet on the stove. As it boils it thickens. If it is too thick add more broth, If it doesn't thicken, add more flour/water.
  • stepea83stepea83 Member Posts: 163 Member Member Posts: 163 Member
    slap in a pork or beef joint with what ever seasoning you like. leave on high for 3-4 hours and then low for further 1-2 hours. pulled pork or beef to do you a few days.
  • zahnwrzahnwr Member Posts: 5 Member Member Posts: 5 Member
  • AlinaDonosAlinaDonos Member Posts: 8 Member Member Posts: 8 Member
    ChantalO89 wrote: »
    I know everyone probably has this recipe but have to have it for the crockpot!!

    Chili

    4oz Ground Turkey
    1 cup Onion Chopped
    1 cup Green Pepper Chopped
    2 cans of Dark Red Kidney Beans
    1 can of Crushed Tomatoes
    3 tsp of Chili Powder
    1 tsp of Garlic
    1 tsp of Black Pepper

    Mix all together in crockpot...6-8 hours on low..YuM!!!!

    Tried it, loved it, will do it again!
  • AlinaDonosAlinaDonos Member Posts: 8 Member Member Posts: 8 Member
    KaciWood19 wrote: »
    cream cheese chicken:

    1 package dry italian seasoning mix
    1 package low fat cream cheese
    1 package low sodium cream of chicken soup
    I do about 3 boneless skinless breasts cut up into chunks

    cook on low 8-10 hours, serve over rice

    GREAT for a cold day.

    Sounds so simple and delicious!! This is next on my list! THANKS!
  • toddandwendy3toddandwendy3 Member Posts: 32 Member Member Posts: 32 Member
    This thread is amazing. My wife will be so proud of me when I start making these!
  • amazsplendoramazsplendor Member Posts: 314 Member Member Posts: 314 Member
  • alteredsteve175alteredsteve175 Member Posts: 2,158 Member Member Posts: 2,158 Member
    I have made this twice in the last couple of weeks. I doubled the batch for a 7 quart slow cooker. The idea was "I'll freeze some for lunches during the week." HAHA! As if there will be any leftovers. :)

    geniuskitchen.com/recipe/low-carb-crock-pot-jambalaya-96660
  • AngryViking1970AngryViking1970 Member Posts: 2,825 Member Member Posts: 2,825 Member
    Yesterday's (and today's) dinner; I've made it so many times and it's always delish:

    3-4 lb. beef roast.
    1 can cream of mushroom
    1 can golden mushroom
    1 packet onion soup mix
    1 c. beef broth

    S&P the roast or use Montreal steak seasoning
    Mix the soups and pour over roast
    Cook on low 9-10 hours
    Serve with potatoes/veg
    Nom
  • amazsplendoramazsplendor Member Posts: 314 Member Member Posts: 314 Member
    Yesterday's (and today's) dinner; I've made it so many times and it's always delish:

    3-4 lb. beef roast.
    1 can cream of mushroom
    1 can golden mushroom
    1 packet onion soup mix
    1 c. beef broth

    S&P the roast or use Montreal steak seasoning
    Mix the soups and pour over roast
    Cook on low 9-10 hours
    Serve with potatoes/veg
    Nom

    This sounds good .. I will be definitely giving it a try!
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