lowspoonsfood · 24 days ago
As a tip for slow cookers they make liners for them that you put in the bowl before cooking so that when your cleaning it all you have to do is pull out the liner and toss it.
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antikristrecipes · 7 months ago
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Healthier Slow Cooker Creamy Tortellini Vegetable Soup
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everybody-loves-to-eat · 4 months ago
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crockpot loaded baked potato soup
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halloweentrickortreat · 8 months ago
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mushroom crockpot 🍲🍄
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ladyhaylo · 5 months ago
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mildly-microbial · 4 months ago
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slowlycooking · 4 months ago
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cottagehaunt · 7 months ago
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this is the vibe for today
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lowspoonsfood · a month ago
This might be low spoon? If not low spoons then it's at least an easy recipe.
Just about every week I make a batch of food big enough to last me at least 5 dinners for work and one of the most common ones I do is a beef stroganoff thing in a crockpot.
1 or 2 cups boiling water (for the bouillon cubes)
2 beef bouillon cubes
2 cans Cream of Bacon (any 'Cream of' soup should work, original recipe called for cream of mushroom)
Gravy mix for 2 cup of gravy (2 packets (I think) or about 16 tablespoons if you have a container of gravy powder)
1.5 - 2 lbs beef (i find stew chunks work best for me but any pre-cut beef chunks/slices should do)
Optional Ingredients:
Onions (the long green ones (scallons?) (I don't like the flavor so I don't use them)
Long Spoon
1. Boil water and toss the beef bouillon cubes in so they can dissolve and then add to crockpot or place water and cubes in crockpot on high heat for 5-10 then use your spoon to break them up
2. Add 'Cream of' soup and gravy
3. Stir dissolved cubes, soup, and gravy mix together. I tend to let the pot sit for however long it takes me to eat a big bowl of cereal, so about 15-20 min but no wait is actually necessary.
4. Add beef and stir
5. Set crockpot to low heat for 6-8 hours (I prefer closer to 8 hours since I use big chunks (they break apart easier); if you use small chucks/slices check your beef at about 5-6 hours) or high heat for maybe 2-3 hours (may have to adjust time for high heat).
5.1. I recommend stirring occasionally but it's not absolutely necessary.
6. Optional: cut onions (scallons?) into small pieces but I recommend putting them in towards the second half of cooking time (about 4 hours low heat) or last quarter (6 hours low heat)
I tend to pair it with egg noodles but it should also work with rice or can be eaten by itself. The portions I use actually make for a heavier gravy-to-beef ratio because I want enough gravy to cover my noodles; I lowered the original beef to 1.5 lbs beef at max and I doubled everything else. This recipe will likely last me about a week and a half for work. If you see a bit of liquid separation in your leftovers all you have to do is mix it together again.
With the amount of gravy mix used it is a bit heavy on the gravy taste and a little bland but I like it.
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antikristrecipes · 7 months ago
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Slow Cooker Cheesy Garlic Herb Mashed Potatoes
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ultravioletandmagnolias · 9 months ago
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Okay y’all. I absolutely have to share this recipe with you that I found on tiktok!
This is probably one of the best recipes Out of the ones I’ve tried and it’s absolutely delicious.
I’m not very skilled when it comes to cooking, so the crockpot has become my best friend. I serve this creamy Italian chicken over pasta and my husband goes crazy for it.
It’s 4 ingredient Italian chicken in the crockpot!
For those of you who don’t have tiktok, here is the recipe:
4-6 boneless chicken breasts (depending on how large your crockpot is or how many you’re feeding. I’m only cooking for two and three chicken breasts is plenty!)
2 cans of cream of chicken soup (in the tiktok she does say mushroom but uses chicken)
1 block of Philadelphia cream cheese
1 package of Italian dressing seasoning mix
Place your chicken breasts along the bottom of your crockpot. Then pour in the two cans of cream of chicken soup, covering the tops of the chicken. Because it’s a thicker consistency I like to use a spoon to evenly spread it across the top.
Next you want to cut up your cream cheese block into cubes and place on top of the cream of chicken. I prefer to spread them out fairly even, but after it’s done cooking it’s melted anyways and then you mix it up so it doesn’t necessarily matter how you put it in. That’s just the way I like to do it. Refer to my picture, or the original video if you are confused. I’m not the best at typing directions out lol. 
Next pour your Italian seasoning over the top of everything! This is what gives it the flavor.
Turn your crockpot on low for 4 hours and then mix it up! I like to shred the chicken a little bit, to make it easier to serve. I serve mine over pasta, but you can serve it with mashed potatoes, vegetables or even by itself.
For those of you who do use tiktok, I will link the video right here.
All credit goes to the person who made this video!
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hamishjunkie · 4 months ago
Bev would be the type of women who wouldn’t let her kids watch SpongeBob.
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randomreasonstolive · 9 months ago
Reason to Live #6088
  Smelling a tasty meal cooking in your crockpot. – Guest Submission
(Please don't add negative comments to these posts.)
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freakishazard · 16 days ago
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Iconic duo of crock pot and meatballs from dont starve? ABSOLUTELY
I got bored and wanted to draw a random thing from dont starve so i chose the crock pot and was like "hm, well it aint a crockpot without food" so meatball
Also I think i really like drawing food now- XD
Reblogs > likes! :)
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slowlycooking · 6 months ago
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cottagehaunt · 6 months ago
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true comfort
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lowspoonsfood · 22 days ago
Those slowcooker liners are very dangerous to pet birds.
Turkey bags and most non-stick cooking bags may be fatal to birds because of high heat and long cooking time.
Pet birds die every holiday season because their family didn't know a roasting pan had teflon on it or that turkey bags can be deadly for their bird.
this is good information!
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antikristrecipes · 8 months ago
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Crockpot Sun-Dried Tomato Penne Alla Vodka
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