I love my slow cooker. I add ingredients to the ceramic crock, and when I return, there’s a prepared entrée or even a complete meal. My slow cooker is a life saver on busy weeknights. Since this is October, a month being referred to as “Crocktober” in certain circles, I decided to share four of Patty Cake’s Pantry’s favorite slow cooker appetizer recipes. After all, there are many reasons to gather together this month. In addition to Halloween, there’s football and the World Series
Baker’s Man and I both love my Stuffed Mushrooms recipe, but I was wondering if there was another way to prepare them. I decided to see if it was possible to create Slow Cooker Stuffed Mushrooms. The result was wonderful. It was different than the original version in spite of almost identical ingredients, but it was still delicious. It’s good to know that if my oven is otherwise occupied, I can make stuffed mushrooms in my slow cooker.
Do you love that creamy, hot spinach and artichoke dip that is available as an appetizer in so many restaurants? This creamy dip tastes better, and it’s made entirely in a slow cooker. It’s so simple and delicious, you will find that you don’t need a special occasion to make it. Served with tortilla chips and a bowl of salsa, this is a definite crowd pleaser. It’s sure to become a family favorite.
This is my family’s favorite version of Buffalo Chicken Dip. It’s mild, creamy, delicious, and quite possibly addictive. The best part is that you simply throw everything in the slow cooker and give it a stir halfway through the cooking time and a few minutes before serving. Its very easy to make this Buffalo Chicken Dip in the slow cooker.
This recipe is so simple that anyone can make them. In fact, my oldest son, Bus Boy, made them in a crock-pot for our Christmas Eve party. All you need is two pounds of frozen meatballs, a 14 ounce can of whole berry cranberry sauce, a 12 ounce jar of your favorite chili sauce, and a slow cooker. This slow cooker was a yard sale find that Bus Boy was adamant that he needed, so he can cook good food when he moves away. Pour the frozen meatballs into the slow cooker. These meatballs look freezer burned, but Bus Boy […]