Hello Friends and Welcome to Slow Cooker Saturday!
Do you find yourself rushing through the work week in order to get to the weekends? If so, do you realize that you are just rushing your life away? I know because I’m guilty of doing it, so from now on, other than Mondays I’m going to slow down and enjoy all of the week days.
Do you live for the weekends?
I’m up early and out for the first dress rehearsal for Goodwill’s 2014 Runway Show. The models will get a chance to see and try on what we, the stylists has chosen for them to wear. I met with my models previously and they had an opportunity to try on their outfits in Goodwill fitting rooms. Today with some added accessories we will all get a chance to see what they will be wearing on the runway and I am anxious.
Friday’s Foodie Feature was preempted by the Weekend Wind-Down Party (#WWDParty) have you linked up, if not, please do and share a post with us.
Slow Cook Saturday
- 4 Frozen Chicken Thighs or Breasts
- 1 Large Can or 2 Small Cans of Cream of Mushroom Soup
- *1 Package Frozen Broccoli
- 2 cups of Rice
Spray Crock Pot with Cooking Spray or use Slow Cook Liners for easy cleanup. Add chicken thighs/breast and top with frozen broccoli.
Pour in can(s) of soup and sprinkle with black pepper (optional)
Pour in additional can of water
Cover and cook on low 8 hours or high for 4 hours depending on Crock Pot model
Add two cups of rice, stir and leave on low for an additional 10 mins
As you can see, my hubby couldn’t wait!
I hope you are enjoying your weekend because Monday will be here before you know it!
Stay Blessed – No Stress in the New Year!
*You can also add frozen onions, peppers and mushrooms.
On Saturday, at the Dutch Country Farmers Market I had an opportunity to meet a wonderful vendor representing her own small business
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Fundraising Program is a unique and exciting venture that has a 50% profit, no upfront investment and FREE shipping or delivery! If you are looking for an exciting, new product to sell for your organization this is your answer!
Host a home tasting, cooking or dipping party where she will come in and serve up a variety of dips & drinks and make an amazing dish and you earn free products! This is a perfect excuse to have a GIRLS NIGHT OUT!!
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Cooking classes are offered once a month (check website for schedule).
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In my house crock pot cooking isn’t just for fall and winter months, it’s actually more convenient and a real time saver in the warmer months. After work the last thing I want to do is turn on the oven or stove especially when it’s hot like it was yesterday. I would prefer to walk into the house to a fully prepared meal smelling good! Using the crock pot gives me more time to sit on the “back 40” or take a walk around the neighborhood.
These were the ingredients for Monday night’s dinner.
1 bag of frozen mixed vegetables
2-3 chicken breasts
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 can of cream of chicken soup
1 jar of mushrooms
Pam Cooking Spray
You can use any cream soups
Spray Crock Pot with Pam or any cooking spray
Put in frozen veggies
Top with chicken breasts or thighs
I cut up an onion and added the mushrooms
You can use dried onions if you don’t have fresh
Sprinkled a dash of seasoning and dried thyme
Covered chicken & mushrooms with soups
Cooked on low for 7 hours
If desired, add a cup of uncooked white/brown rice when you get home
Poured in a cup of long grain rice
Turned off crock pot, stirred in rice, recovered and let sit for 30 mins while I changed my clothes
Dinner is served - I sprinkled mine with cayenne pepper