This apple butter is everything you could want from a homemade preserve and so much more.
Thinly sliced potatoes are topped with bacon, cheese and onions. This is so comfort food yummy, yet so simple.
Based on a Swiss alpine recipe, this requires a cake tin that holds 7 cups so be certain your crockpot is big enough!
Be sure to soak the beans the night before you plan on making the recipe. The beans taste better the longer they sit, so make them a day or two ahead or freeze for later.
I like to add a can of pineapple pieces then substitute pineapple juice for the water.
Traditional Bavarian Roast Pork.
This is a classic but still one of the best ways to create an amazing beef dish - very cheap to make too!
Get your butcher to tie into a neat roll. Use shoulder end of a chuck. Make sure it will fit into your crockpot.
Pumpkin is what makes this dish so special. Cook up a big batch and freeze some for later as it tastes even better reheated.
Blackberries add a delicious balance to the pork. Be sure the blackberries are wild and fresh.
With this recipe, beans simmer away on the low heat setting all morning. By afternoon they will turn into a delicious sweet and tangy crockpot full of beans to go with whatever you cook on the grill.
This slow cooker method not only saves your oven space, but it also results in the most fall-apart tender and flavourful ham ever.
This is a sweet and spicy stew that you start in the morning and let the slow cooker do the rest.
When money is tight, throw together this little beauty. 5 fed for less than $10.
This rich, thick, creamy soup is a great way to use up leftover holiday ham. Made in your slow cooker and using shortcuts, this delicious soup requires very little effort on your part.