The First Recipe for Springtime

Good Mornin’ RVers and Campers
The sun is shinning bright here in Conroe and I’m ready to throw something in the Crockpot and get outside to enjoy this wonderful springlike day. We are getting our coach road and camping ready for the summer. The fish are starting to bite and I’m ready to get out there and catch me some. I love springtime!
Let me see, I think something with Chicken today.

Crockpot Green Chili Chicken
2-3 chicken brest (cut into small pieces, fat removed)
1 large onion
1 tsp chopped garlic
2 small cans Rotel tomatos (or 1 large can)
2 small (or 1 large can) whole green chilis
2 pinches brown sugar
2 cups chicken broth

Add all ingredients to Crockpot and cook on HIGH 4 HRS or LOW 6-8 hrs.
Remove Chicken and shred with a fork
Return Chicken back to Crockpot to the remaining juices.
Serve on a warm tortilla or over a salad with sour cream and avocado

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Gettin’ Crocked Friday

Good Mornin’ RVers and Campers…
It’s Friday WOOP WOOP!!!!

Who’s going camping this weekend? The weather will be wonderful for outdoor activities here in southeast Texas. I am so ready to get out in the warm sunshine and do some fishing and camping. I love to fish and camp with family and good friends. Ed and I also love meeting new campers and RVers, sitting around having good conversation is what it’s all about. I really enjoy exchanging great Crockpot and camping recipes with the new campers. You know Crockpot and campfire recipes are endless and so easy for us so we won’t miss one minute of the fun. Oh boy, now I’m getting excited about going to the lake.

So fellow campers let’s get to Friday’s “Gettin’ Crocked” recipe. Today we are doing dessert, yes dessert in your Crockpot. Easy as pie or cake… Enjoy and Happy Cooking!

Good Mornin’ RVers and Campers…
It’s Friday WOOP WOOP!!!!

Who’s going camping this weekend? The weather will be wonderful for outdoor activities here in southeast Texas. I am so ready to get out in the warm sunshine and do some fishing and camping. I love to fish and camp with family and good friends. Ed and I also love meeting new campers and RVers, sitting around having good conversation is what it’s all about. I really enjoy exchanging great Crockpot and camping recipes with the new campers. You know Crockpot and campfire recipes are endless and so easy for us so we won’t miss one minute of the fun. Oh boy, now I’m getting excited about going to the lake.

So fellow campers let’s get to Friday’s “Gettin’ Crocked” recipe. Today we are doing dessert, yes dessert in your Crockpot. Easy as pie or cake… Enjoy and Happy Cooking!

Crock-Pot Dump Cake

Ingredients:

1 box of yellow cake mix (NOT prepared, just the DRY mix)
1 stick of butter
1 large can of pie filling (cherry, blueberry, or apples work great)

Directions:

Empty the cake mix into a medium sized bowl

Add softened butter and combine

Pour pie filling into the bottom of the crock pot

Carefully sprinkle all of the mix on top of the pie filling

Cover and cook on HIGH for 2-3 hours or LOW 4-5 hours.

Serve with vanilla ice cream.

Note: Many newer crock pots will cook this in 2 hours. You will know it’s done when the pie filling starts bubbling through the cake mix.

Gettin’ Crocked Thursday

Crockpot BBQ Pulled Pork

1 pork butt or shoulder
1 onion (sliced)
1 tbsp garlic powder
salt and pepper (to taste)
bbq sauce (any of your faves will do)
1/2 teaspoon liquid smoke (optional: if you want that smoky taste)
1/2 cup vinegar

1. Put pork in crockpot; add onion, garlic powder, salt and pepper.
Cook on LOW heat until done. (About 8-9 hours)
2. Take out pork and pull apart. Drain all the juice out except 1 cup
3. Mix the bbq sauce, liquid smoke, vinegar and pork juice and pour over the pulled pork and stick back in the crockpot and cook for another hour on HIGH

Serve over hamburger buns with a side of cole slaw, potato salad and baked beans.

Gettin’ Crocked Wednesday

Crockpot Steak Pazzoli

1 round steak or other tougher cut
1 can diced tomatoes
1 package onion soup mix
pour tomates over round steak
sprinkle onion soup mix over tomatoes
cook on low all day
serve over rice or pasta

Gettin’ Crocked Tuesday

Crockpot Chicken Tortilla Soup

Ingredients:
2 15oz cans black beans, drained and rinsed
2 15oz cans mexican corn, drained
1 1-lb can rotel tomatoes
3 medium boneless skinless chicken breast
1 medium onion, chopped
2 32oz boxes chicken broth (low sodium optional)
1 package TACO seasoning

Directions:
Add in all ingredients in crockpot except the chicken breast. Stir to mix ingredients well. Add the chicken breast in last.

Cook on high for 6-7 hours. 30 minutes before serving, remove the chicken breast and cut in small pieces or shred with a fork, put chicken back into crockpot, stir and let cook another 30 minutes or so. Serve with sour cream and baked tortilla strips
Garnish with mexican cheese

Gettin’ Crocked Monday

Crockpot Groundbeef and Wild Rice Dinner

1 lb. ground beef
1 medium-sized onion, chopped
6.2-oz. pkg. long-grain and wild rice, uncooked
4-oz. can mushrooms
2 10 3/4-oz. cans mushroom soup
½ cup water
salt and pepper

1. In a non-stick skillet, brown ground beef and onion together. Drain.
2. In the Crockpot, combine ground beef mixture with all remaining ingredients, including the wild rice, seasoning, mushrooms and soup.
3. Cover and cook on High 3 hours or on Low 5-6 hours, or until rice is tender but not mushy.