Crockpot Tuesday

Crockpot Tuesday | Cranberry Roast

September 30, 2014

Here’s a super simple way to make a very flavorful Roast in your crockpot. It great for Fall and winter since it has cranberries.  Not only do they add a harvesty feal to your meel, but also provide a nice sweetness to the roast.   In addition, they are very frugal since you can get […]

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Crockpot Tuesday Recipe | Turkey Pizza Stew

September 9, 2014

I have a new Crockpot Tuesday recipe for you and this one is healthy, tasty and frugal.  It’s Turkey Pizza Stew and it gives you the flavor of Pizza without the guilt.  To top that off, it’s very easy to put together, which is perfect since back to school time makes things sort of crazy […]

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Crockpot Tuesday | Taco Salad with Pork

July 22, 2014

Revisiting the very first Crockpot Tuesday recipe I shared on The Coupon “High.”  After many more recipes it is still a go-to and one that’s very loved.  Although food prices (especially meat) have risen quite drastically over the past 5 years, Pork has remained pretty frugal and can still be picked up on sale for […]

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Northern Beans & Ham Sweet & Spicy Soup | Crockpot Tuesday Recipe

June 24, 2014

Several weeks ago I picked up a bag of Northern Beans at Aldis.  I’ve cooked a lot with Garbanzo, Black and Kidney beans before, but this was my first recipe with White Northern Beans. The one thing about dry beans is they require soaking before you use them  I had soaked my bag of white […]

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Fennel Beef Roast with Thyme & Sweet Potatoes | Crockpot Tuesday Recipe

June 17, 2014

  Today’s Crockpot Tuesday recipe uses Fennel Seed that I picked up at Giant Eagle on my last Coupon High Trip.  It also uses London Broil that will be on a BOGO sale starting 6/19/14 at Giant Eagle. I was also excited about this recipe because I was able to use some Fresh Thyme that […]

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Crockpot Tuesday–Pseudo Shepards Pie

June 3, 2014

  Today’s Crockpot Tuesday recipe is Pseudo Shepards Pie.  I make a simple Shepards Pie in the oven where I put Ground Beef on the bottom, layer it with Cream Corn and top with Mashed Potatoes.  I didn’t think the mashed potatoes would brown up in the crockpot so in Pseudo Shepards Pie I switched […]

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Peanut Thai Pork – A Slow Cooker Recipe

May 6, 2014

Feel like Chinese, but don’t want to break the bank.  Here’s a delicious recipe for Peanut Thai Pork to make in your slow cooker.  It uses peanut butter that you hopefully have picked up on sale and have in your stockpile. I first made this meal because my kids love peanut butter so I figured, this […]

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Crockpot Tuesday–Raspberry Balsamic Roast & Balsamic Sweet Potatoes for a Side

April 8, 2014

Today’s Crockpot recipe of Raspberry Balsamic Roast combines two opposite flavors for a delicious taste inspired  by the series “The Worst Chef in America” on Food channel.  I love this show and the great cooking tips they share. On one of the episodes they talked about combining extreme flavors.  In my opinion putting Raspberry jam with […]

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Slow Cooker Sesame Pork | A “Real Food” Recipe

February 25, 2014

Today’s Crockpot Tuesday recipe is Slow Cooker Sesame Pork and incorporates some changes I’m trying to make in our household.  That is to eat more “real” food and less sugar. Many times Crockpot recipes will use canned soups or other process foods, not this one.  In fact, I even used home-made sugar free ketchup and […]

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Crockpot Tuesday – Scalloped Potatoes & Ham

February 4, 2014

Today’s recipe proves that although food pricess are rising you can still get a frugal meal.  I first shared this meal over 4 years ago.  The price I paid to make it then is basically the same I paid in 2014.  That’s thanks to coupons and sales. This meal has been one of my favorite […]

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