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A Year of Slow Cooking

Monday, April 2, 2012

Easter Dinner in the Slow Cooker

Happy almost-Easter! I have rounded up some of our favorite Easter Dinner favorites to help with your meal planning. We aren't hosting this year, but I am going to make a leg of lamb and take it along to my mom's. Thank goodness for the locking-lid on the slow cooker!

Leg of Lamb with Rosemary and Lemon.
Mint Glazed Leg of Lamb
Honey and Thyme Glazed Ham

Maple Ham
Baked Sweet Potatoes with Chili, Cumin, and Lime

The Best Brussels Sprouts, EVER!

Mashed Potatoes with Cream Cheese and Sour Cream

Scalloped Apples

Have a wonderful Easter! Happy Slow Cooking!

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6 comments:

Tammy said...

A locking lid?!?!?!? Where has this been all my life?!?!?!?!? I just got a new crockpot. To not be deemed certifiable, I will have to wait a while to get the coolest of all possible features -- okay, self cleaning would be the coolest feature, but this comes in pretty close!

Flourchild said...

It looks great!

Martha@ Simple Nourished Living said...

What a great collection of slow cooker Easter recipes. I've never used the slow cooker to cook ham or lamb. This may be the year.

British American said...

I'm going to make the maple ham! I'm excited to just throw it in there and have the slow cooker do all the work. :D I need to 2nd slow cooker so I can make those brussel sprouts too - I wanted to do those at Christmas, but had carrots in there instead.

Robert Richards Recipes said...

Are you kidding me? This maple ham recipe sounds and looks totally delicious! This is going on my list of recipes to make over the next week. ;-)

Danielle L. Branch said...

The crock to my locking lid pot just cracked! noone is fessing up but I replaced it with a traditional one. I sm writing Hamilton Beach for a replacement which will bring my total to three.

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