Tag "Slow Cooker"

Spices

Slow Cooker Gingerbread Oats

My morning madness has been ratcheted up to epic levels now that the holiday are around the corner. In news that will be shocking to every parent alive, one recent

Legumes

6 Easy Slow Cooker Dinners

If you haven’t gotten on the slow-cooker band wagon, you really need to ask yourself why not. I mean, do you not like dinners that take just a little prep

Round-Ups

Chicken Soup to the Rescue!

Earlier this week I wrote about my need for comfort food because I could feel my family’s stress level escalating. What I forgot was that being rundown usually leads to compromised

Vegetables

Slow Cooker Beef Chili

I’m squeezing this chili in at–what I’m hoping will be–the end of our Winter. Despite the fact our forecast says snow, I’m choosing to believe in the power of spring

Recipes

Batch Cooking (aka Karine’s Imaginary Fairy Godmother)

When I wrote my “Hello SPC!” post a few weeks ago, I mentioned that I have four kids ranging in age from nine to 14. Their list of activities and extracurriculars — well,

Dinner

Meal Plan for December 14

Okay, let’s just get straight to it, because if you’re like me you can barely breathe right now. Everybody has a lot going on right now but you’ve still got

Fruits

Slow Cooker Peanut Butter and Banana Sandwich Oatmeal

One lazy, hot summer morning this past August I was sitting with our cottage neighbours, Paul and Lizzie, on their deck discussing breakfast. It’s usually what we did in the

Red Meats

Lisa’s Letters Home: Beef With Mushroom Sauce

If snuggling up to a pot roast is wrong, I don’t wanna be right. You know when people ask you in person/a Facebook quiz/in primary school via a wadded up

By Season

Lisa’s Letters Home: Slow Cooker Pork Taco

I have no time at all for pretty much everything. This includes making sure the kids have clean uniforms, remembering to pack lunches, and getting a chance to wash my

Fall

Pumpkin and Spiced Apple Slow Cooked Oats

Ceri and I have both been climatizing ourselves to our new school years. I say “ours” because school is not just about the kid. Ask any parent who spends an

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