A Nutritious Corned Beef & Hash Meal Try Cauliflower Hash the next time you have corned beef left over, healthy conscious folks. Serve it as a main brunch meal. Potatoes contain nutrition, but Cauliflower Hash can be used as a substitute if desired. Cauliflower Hash & Corned Beef Recipe   Print Slow Cooker Cauliflower Hash & Leftover Corned Beef A nutritious corned beef & hash recipe Course Breakfast, Main Course Cuisine American Prep Time 35 minutes Cook Time 3 hours Total Time 3 hours 30 minutes Servings 2 Author Angie Horn Ingredients 2 cups Corned Beef, chopped in cubes 2 cups Grated Cauliflower 1 cupRead More →

Corned Beef Weekend Leftover Ideas  St. Patrick’s Day was ushered in quite happily early in the day when Mr. Jack Rabbit himself visited me. He seemed to know the perfect moment to arrive – just as I was preparing the slow cooker corned beef meal with red potatoes and mini cabbages. Maybe the aroma of Brussels sprouts was strong enough to reach his nostrils. Jackrabbits do have a keen sense of smell. If you decide to make a purchase through my link, Amazon will pay me a commission for it. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of myRead More →

Exercise and Nutrition for Over-the-Road Truckers Nutrition for over-the-road (OTR) truckers depends on their health needs. Sitting for hours at a time, stress from constant driving and watching out for distracted drivers, little or no physical exercise, and an unhealthy diet can affect the health of professional over-the-road truck drivers. Included in this article are suggestions on ways to incorporate easy-to-do 15-minute workouts and slow cooker recipes you can make inside the truck. The trucker cannot drive ifRead More →

Easy & Juicy Ribeye Today I went to the supermarket and purchased two bone-in ribeyes. “If you decide to make a purchase through my link, Amazon will pay me a commission for it. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of my content free, so thank you!” I’ve cooked them before in my slow cooker for four hours. But this time, I did it differently. I sprinkled the steaks generously with seasoning and put them in the crockpot and didn’t cover them with foil. It didn’t dawn on me until two-and-a-half hours later that I forgot to wrap themRead More →

5 Favorite Slow Cooker Recipes April’s 30 days of slow cooker recipes challenge is over! I did it!! You know what it’s like when you set a difficult goal for yourself but are determined to see that it happens. Right? That’s what last month was like for me when I chose to blog about slow cooker recipes. Every comment was SO appreciated. If you didn’t comment but read the creative slow cooker recipes, thank you for your visits. I hope that you found some recipes that you will try in your slow cooker to make a day’s cooking easier for you. The top 5 slow cookerRead More →

A Spicy Enchilada Quinoa Soup I’ve noticed some great slow cooker enchilada recipes lately and have really been wanting to try them out. Rather than go to the supermarket for more ingredients, I decided I’d use what I have on hand. One recipe I saw had quinoa in it, and I just happened to have a box of Nature’s Earthly Choice Easy Quinoa, Garden Vegetable flavor. This enchilada recipe is a meatless meal. Personally, I think cheese enchiladas are the best. The chicken and beef kinds are good, too. But quinoa enchiladas? I wasn’t too sure how that would taste. Sounds quite nutritious, doesn’t it? QuinoaRead More →

Best Ribeye in a Slow Cooker What is your favorite way to cook a rib-eye steak? If you haven’t yet tried it in a slow cooker, you are missing out. Like juicy, tender meat? You’ve got to try this. I had no idea how good this steak-in-a-slow-cooker experiment was going to be. It only takes four hours on high (double the time if you need it to cook all day). Sear or Not to Sear? I used to think you had to sear all kinds of meat for the best results before putting it into a slow cooker. But I was wrong. Maybe that isRead More →

A Southwestern Chowder Chile Recipe On a road trip with my husband, a professional driver, I purchased a corn chowder soup mix. We made the journey to our cabin where there was very little in the pantry. Since I had the soup mix, I went pantry hunting to see what could be used with the soup mix in my slow cooker. The results? Corn and chicken chowder. It was great because that day was windy and cold. Nothing like hot soup on a chilly day. But it’s spring! Soup is supposed to be for late fall and winter days, right? I think soup can be madeRead More →

Now that I’m back at the cabin after visiting my daughter, son-in-law, and my cute little granddaughters, I’m cooking up a storm in my Rival Crock-Pot. They were gracious to give me full access to the kitchen and the slow cooker for my 30-day recipe project. My daughter’s cooking in her big KitchenAid slow cooker mostly involves appetizers that she makes for her CARES teams. She makes the best caramel apples. I had fun helping her unwrap the caramels. I’m so proud of her. She is great at planning meals and appetizers for the CARES team events, and she is such a good mom andRead More →

A Garden Salsa Velveeta Dip When do your garden tomato plants first start bearing tomatoes? Late spring? Early summer? There’s nothing like making salsa from your own organic garden. If you have an abundance of tomatoes, make a salsa for your family and extra to give as gifts to your family and friends. You’ve probably mixed hot sauce with Velveeta. How about coming up with your own sauce by combining tomatoes, squash, zucchini, peppers, and/or any other vegetables from your organic garden? I mixed a little of my homemade garden salsa into the remainder of Velveeta cheese I had on hand. If you like cheeseRead More →