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A Year of Slow Cooking

Saturday, December 1, 2007

Alphabetical Listing of Recipes

Unless otherwise noted, all recipes are gluten free. Please read all labels carefully each and every time, as manufacturers change ingredients/manufacturing processes quite often. If you aren't gluten free, just ignore my notes!


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Table of Contents (recipes grouped by category) 

Alphabetical Index of all Recipes:

3 Packet Pot Roast
5 Layer Brownie
A-1 and Dijon Steak
Absolutely Crazy Turkey
Acorn Squash
African Peanut Soup
Air Freshener/Odor Neutralizer
Albondigas (Meatball) Soup
American Chop Suey (macaroni and beef) 
Apple Butter
Apple Cinnamon Pork Roast
Apple Coffee Cake 
Apple Crisp
Apple Dumplings
Apple Oatmeal
Applesauce
Applesauce Chicken
Apricot Chicken 
Apricot Barbecue Wings
Artichoke Pasta
Artichoke, Stuffed
Asian Shredded Beef
Asian Turkey Breast 
Autumn Sausage Casserole
Avocado Chipotle Soup
Azorean Stew
Baba Ganoush
Baby Food
Bacon and Cheese Dip
Bacon Wrapped Cornish Game Hens
Bacon Wrapped Scallops
Baked Beans with Apples and Jalapeno
Baked Bean Soup
Baked Brie
Baked Oatmeal
Baked Potato Soup
Baked Potatoes
Baked Sweet Potatoes with Cumin, Chili, and Lime
Baked Ziti
Balsamic Chicken with Spring Vegetables
Banana Bread
Banana Pudding
Bananas Foster
Barack Obama's Chili
Barbecue Beef Ribs
Barbecue Beans and Weenies
Barbecue Beef and Bean Sandwich
Barbecued Chicken and Cornbread Casserole
Barbecued Hot and Spicy Shrimp
Barbecued Pulled Pork
Basil Chicken with Feta 
Bean Dip
Bean Stew
Beans (cooking with dried beans tutorial)
Beans and Rice
Beef Bourguignon
Beef Curry 
Beef Stew
Beef Stew (5 Ingredients) 
Beef Stock
Beer Braised Turkey 
Big Easy Meatloaf
Black Bean and Goat Cheese Dip
Black Bean Soup
Black Eyed Peas
Black Eyed Pea Chili 
Black Eyed Pea Soup
Blueberry Buckle
Blueberry Coffee Cake
Blue Cheese Potato Soup with Olive Tapenade
Blue Cheese & Steak Roll Ups
Blue (Bleu) Cheese and Cherry Meatloaf
Borscht
Boston Baked Beans
Boston Tea (book club) Punch
Bourbon Baked Beans
Brandy Spiced Peaches 
Breakfast Risotto
Bread ---baked in the crockpot
Bread Pudding
Breakfast Potatoes with Sausage (overnight)
Brie with Apricot Topping
Brie with Candied Pecans and Cranberries
Broccoli and Three Cheese Soup
Broccoli Beef
Broccoli Casserole
Broccoli with Toasted Garlic and Hazelnuts
Brown Sugar Chicken
Brownie In A Mug
Brussels Sprouts, BEST EVER!  
Buffalo Chicken Dip
Buffalo Chicken Lasagna
Buffalo Wing Soup
Butternut Squash Soup
Cabbage and Potatoes, Roasted
Cabbage Rolls
Cabbage Soup from the Cabbage Soup Diet
Cajun Pulled Pork
Cajun Roasted Turkey Breast
Calico Bean Soup
Calico Bean Soup (Italian Style)
Candied Acorn Squash 
Candied Sweet Potatoes
Candied Wanuts
Candles
Canned Soup
Caramel Apples
Caribbean Jerk Chicken
Corn Bread Stuffing 
Corned Beef (Dijon corned beef)
Corned Beef (bourbon and maple glazed)
Falafel (really! it works so well!)
Fudge (flop!!)
Fudge (PERFECT!)
Haggis (yes! Haggis!)
Tamale Pie 
Tamales (traditional, in corn husks)
Tortilla Soup (chicken)
Turkey with Raspberry Chipotle Sauce (don’t make this. Please.)

39 comments:

stacielk said...

I love the ease of the crockpot. I'm tempted to try those brownies this weekend that you made in it. Mmmm...

jewlsntexas said...

I just wanted to say - I am loving this blog!

Anonymous said...

Thank you! These not only sound like great recipes, but will allow me justify getting a new crockpot. Yeah!

bevs said...

Saw you on Rachael today, congrats. Just curious since I missed a little of you segment, how many crockpots do you have? You must use more than one if you have side dishes with your meal. I can invision a line of crockpots on your counter. Good luck with your quest.

Crockpot Lady said...

Hi Bev,

I currently own 5 Crock-Pots. I have 2 6qt ovals, a 4qt round, a 1.5 qt round, and a Little Dipper.


they all get a LOT of exercise!

xox
steph

julie said...

I saw you on RR today and I'm interested on how you convert recipies to crock pot cooking. I love my CP, but wish I could do more in them, I have 2. what is URL?

shdyldy said...

You are awesome! Saw you on RR and am loving this too! I will check back often!

Shara G. said...

First I would like to say thank you for puting forth so much effort and being willing to share your work with the rest of us.
I noticed that you have several GLUTEN FREE recipes and would like to know if you have any allergies to gluten. My Mom has this problem and only recently discovered exactly what was making her sick and is having a hard time finding recipes. She's so sxcited about your dough recipe you had with your Apple Dumplings and can't wait to try it.

hsmamato2 said...

I LOVE this blog- THANKYOU!!!! The gluten free recipes and ideas are great,I'm used to adjusting ingredients for our needs,woohoo! I'm ready to crockpot!

momma said...

Hey Steph,
Thought you might like some good news if you travel. I have been informed that Winn Dixie Has a huge Gluten free section.I had tears in my eyes as my boys were shrieking at all the Gluten free choices. I Wanted to give you my Pork Recipe. Take a Boston Butt 6 pounds or so. Take a half a cup of Tahini and 1/3 a cup of stone ground mustard and just lay it on the top and let some down the sides. It should be very dry pasty but I cook the Pork on Low 8 to 10 without water. Pork retains water. This is good served withn a side of black beans and crockpotted rice. Making a side of red wine vinegar marinated onions. And it's very Cuban. This pork translates well into bbq pork as leftovers. Good Luck
Kathryn In the Panhandle

Anonymous said...

Thank you for all the great recipes! BTW have you got a good chicken and dumplings recipe for the slow cooker?

tomorrowsmemoriesphotography said...

hi, i just found your blog through the tri-city group... thanks for this incredible blog!!! now i MUST buy a new crock pot!

Abbie said...

What a great resource! thanks so much.

Anonymous said...

Your blog is so great!! Thank you so much for posting all your recipes! I've bookmarked it on our computer!! I'm really excited to try out several of your recipes!

(F)redddy said...

I think you may be insane. And I mean that as a compliment! BRILLIANT blog.

Anonymous said...

Hi I'm joining this blog from London England. Just got a crockpot for christmas and go on about is so much at work that one of my collegues found me this blog site - loving it. Just one questions - can someone tell me how much Red Wine Vinegar to put in Obama's Family Chilli - not sure what the measurement "T" is. Do hope someone can get back to me before tomorrow morning UK time when I need to turn the pot on and go to work! Many thanks
Judith

Crockpot Lady said...

Hi Judith!
Big T means tablespoon and little t means teaspoon.
Good luck with the chili!
xoxo
steph

Pam said...

I am so excited to find this site! I can't wait to try some of your posted recipes. I love my crockpot too!

Anonymous said...

I recently moved into my rv and found, much to my annoyance, that my oven will not work. I posted a question on another popular recipe website that I was thinking about purchasing a crockpot. One lady told me about your website and I am amazed at what all one can do! Your site is amazing and I hope you never stop experimenting and never stop posting...thank you so much!

Anonymous said...

I can't thank you enough for making this blog. You have made my sister in-law and I crock pot crazy!

AUTISMOMMA said...

Thank you for posting the recipes alphabetically! Awesome!!! I found the Buffalo Chicken Lasagna recipe days ago and didn't remember the date of it. This list has saved me God only knows how much time of searching for it.

I am going to do a link directly to this post from my blog. If you would rather I not have that, please let me know.

Jenna said...

Thanks for all the crock pot recipes!

Anonymous said...

I am a newlywed and am new at the whole cooking thing. I also have a job, go to school, and babysit so cooking is not high on my priority lists! I feel bad for not cooking for my husband very much but now that I found your site you have made me and my husband very happy!!! Ha

Anonymous said...

I must admit, you are not alone in your obsession. Its the standing joke daily when my family asks whats cooking in the crockpot today. I even made xmas dinner in the crockpot this past year. Everyone raved about how delicious it was and best of all I was able to actually visit with my guests as opposed to years past where I was a slave to the stove. I really enjoyed reading through your recipes and thank you for sharing them. I can't wait to try some of them!!

Anonymous said...

I just found your blog and am now telling EVERYONE that I know. These are great!

Jenna B. said...

When I found your blog, I did a happy dance. I always loved my crockpot but found that I didn't like a lot of the recipes that came with it. I also wasn't impressed with some of the recipes I found on other sites. But, your recipes are flavorful, unique and not intimidating for a rather novice cook like me. Thank you!

Jamy said...

Hi Stephanie! I'm so glad I found you!!!!! WoW u are teaching me to save time and money! I have a 6, 3 and a newborn baby! And I hated my self not trying for new foods and always eat out. But ur recipes are helping me! Thanks. I made the chicken enchilada casserole last night and it was delish. Today I'm trying the c...hicken adobo!!!! It looks an smells good.... Just had a bite and Yummo!!!!!

The Greenwell's said...

A friend of mine told me about your blog. Being a working mom, I am always looking for crockpot recipes. I am really looking forward to trying some of yours!

Anonymous said...

Looking forward to trying some of your recipes!!

Sheryl said...

I have a TON of bookmarks of all my favorite crockpot lady recipes and came here looking for one I thought for sure you would have - Spaghetti Sauce!

What, no spaghetti sauce recipe?

I guess I could just pick one off the internet and throw it in the crockpot, but I thought for sure you would have a tried and true recipe for me!

I'll keep checking back just in case you get inspired to post one. :D

Stephanie O'Dea said...

here you go, Sheryl! http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/2008/07/super-easy-crockpot-spaghetti-sauce.html

for some reason it didn't make it onto the ABC list. weird!

samantha said...

Wow what a great list of awesome Recipes, i am going to need to try one of these recipes very soon and will have to bookmark this site to keep getting more of them thank you

Becky Ginther said...

I just wanted to let you know that I discovered your website the other day searching for recipes for the CrockPot I got as a wedding gift. I know have a list of about 30 recipes I want to try, and one currently cooking in the slow cooker! Thank you so much :)

Air Made to Order said...

W-O-W! FINALLY a website I can use! I typed in google searches for "cooking for one" and would either end up with college recipes or extremely complicated 17 ingredients ideas. I found this blog through reading comments on comments on comments in a random cooking website (I don't even remember the source). I'm bookmarking this so I can come back. I'm going grocery shopping tomorrow and am actually excited! Crockpot here I come :)

granny marie said...

I just saw you on my TV! I followed you all through the internet year then moved a few times and forgot all about my crock-pot. But today my husband was watching football and I turned the channel in the other room andyou were on, peddling a new CrockPot.
How fun for me!

Felicia N. said...

Thank You Thank You Thank You!! I am currently Pregnant with my second child and have fallen in love with my slow cooker. I have been trying to find recipes that my family loves so once the little one arrives I will be able to start dinner around lunch time making life with a newborn a lot easier. Your list of recipes have saved me so much time and so far every one we have tired has been amazing. Thanks again.

Aurora said...

I was just looking through your table of contents and wondering if there might be a section for stuff your kids liked or "kids favorites" or something. I've got a toddler and that section sure might be useful for me.

Thanks for all these great recipes, I've been trying out one or two of them per week.

Stacie D said...

I came across this a couple of years ago, but only recently have I started to blog myself. Had to share with others today your wonderful posts on crockpotting. Shared them on my blog http://www.laundrytolollipops.com . Love your sense of humor! Thank you so much!

Ariane KS said...

Thank YOU for experimenting and posting crock pot recipes, both the scrumptious winners and epic fails! My gluten free family has enjoyed everything I've attempted from here, especially the Fried Rice, General Tso's Chicken, Hawaiian Ribs (modified it), and Macaroni & Cheese! Keep 'em comin'!

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