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A Year of Slow Cooking

Wednesday, December 7, 2005

Side Dishes


You can make a wide array of side dishes in your slow cooker. Free up the oven or stovetop when entertaining (or on a busy Wednesday night full of clarinet lessons and basketball practice) by utilizing your crockpot!

All recipes are completely gluten-free. If you are not gluten-free, simply ignore my notes, or file them away in case you ever need to cook for someone with a gluten sensitivity.



candied sweet potatoes

  1. Acorn Squash
  2. Baked Beans with Apples and JalapeƱo
  3. Baked Potatoes
  4. Baked Sweet Potatoes with Chili, Cumin and Lime
  5. Barbeque Beans and Weenies
  6. Black Beans with Cilantro
  7. Boston Baked Beans
  8. Broccoli With Toasted Garlic and Hazelnuts 
  9. Candied Acorn Squash
  10. Candied Sweet Potatoes
  11. Carrot Pudding
  12. Cheesy Creamed Corn Recipe
  13. Company's Coming Potatoes Augratin
  14. Corn Bread
  15. Corn Bread Stuffing
  16. Corn on the Cob
  17. Corn Risotto
  18. Cowboy Beans Recipe
  19. Creamed Corn
  20. Creamed Spinach
  21. Creamy Vegetables Recipe
  22. Fried Rice
  23. Garlic Baked Potatoes
  24. Green Bean Casserole
  25. "Grown Up" Green Bean Casserole
  26. Honey and Cinnamon Glazed Carrots
  27. Honey Lentils Recipe
  28. Horseradish Scalloped Potatoes
  29. Instant Mashed Potatoes
  30. Irish Potatoes Recipe
  31. Italian Rice
  32. Jalapeno Corn Pudding 
  33. Lentil and Kale Super Food
  34. Layered Dinner--Steak, Potatoes, Corn on the Cob
  35. Lima Bean Casserole Cassoulet
  36. Mashed Potatoes with Cream Cheese and Sour Cream (YUM)
  37. Paella
  38. Pecan Topped Baked Sweet Potatoes
  39. Perfect Homemade Stuffing
  40. Quinoa Casserole
  41. Ranch Vegetables
  42. Ratatouille
  43. Risotto
  44. Roasted Cabbage and Potatoes
  45. Roasted Garlic Spoonbread 
  46. Savory Sweet Potato Bake
  47. Seasoned Potato Wedges
  48. Southwestern Sweet Potato and Corn Medly
  49. Stewed Tomatoes
  50. Stuffed Onions
  51. Stuffed Peppers
  52. Stuffed Tomatoes 
  53. Sundried Tomato Risotto
  54. Sweet and Sour Caramelized Onions
  55. Tomato Curried Potatoes
  56. Walnut and Sage Potatoes AuGratin
  57. You Can Use Your CrockPot as a Rice Cooker
  58. Ziti
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    1 comment:

    pam Gardner said...

    Thank you a big family reunion coming up looking for easy before the event!

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