Destress Yourself Week #3: Use Your Slow Cooker
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In my humble opinion the slow cooker is one of the most under-used appliances in households. People don’t feel like cooking after they get home from work but they don’t utilize the thing in their house that could have dinner ready to go!
Slow cooker recipes don’t have to be complicated and many items you can easily get with coupons (marinades, frozen vegetables etc) are very commonly used. Meals can be as simple as throwing in boneless skinless chicken breasts and bbq sauce. You may even have all the ingredients in your house now!
Plus crock pot meals are often large so they will provide you with leftovers for lunch the next day!
So your assignment this week (should you choose to accept it) is to schedule atleast one meal using your crock pot. Just imagine a world where you come home and dinner is practically on the table!
If you don’t have a recipe may I suggest my favorite Chicken Chili?
There are also some crockpot recipe books you can check out:
Crock Pot Cookbook: 440 Slow Cooker Recipes
Fix-It and Forget-It Lightly: 600 Healthy Low-Fat Recipes for Your Slow Cooker
Betty Crocker The Big Book of Slow Cooker, Casseroles & More (Betty Crocker Big Book)
The $7 a Meal Slow Cooker Cookbook: 301 Delicious, Nutritious Recipes the Whole Family Will Love!
Or check the stock at your local library. You can also borrow cook books from friends!
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