I was hosting a Mommies group this afternoon and wanted something simple but delicious for lunch. I have been loving our Crock Pot so I decided to search around Pinterest for something yummy. I found a recipe pinned many times that lead me to Your Homebased Mom.
I love having my iPad Mini to look over recipes in the kitchen without taking up much room! I didn’t read the directions carefully though and around 10 PM last night realized the first step was letting a majority of the ingredients cook for 5-7 hours. Yikes! I decided to get up at 7 AM (luckily P only woke up twice and went right back down after his 5 AM snack). This actually worked out perfect because I got the dishwasher going and a load of laundry done before P even woke up.
Overall, this is a really easy recipe to follow. Most of the ingredients go into the Crock Pot and cooks for 5-7 hours. After you let it cook for 5-7 hours, you make and add the roux and continue cooking for about 30 minutes. I don’t know why but just saying that makes me feel like a professional chef. Just like saying you made an arugula salad. Thanks Chopped! 🙂 Then just garnish and serve! I decided to make grilled cheese with ours for a real comfort meal. Overall, it was a hit!
I don’t really have step by step pictures of this because I was already entertaining my Mommies but just hop on over to Leigh Ann’s blog where you can add this recipe to your Ziplist or print!
Hi, I'm Mary! SAHM to two kiddos, military wife, and small business owner. I run for bling, practice yoga for balance, and eat lots of chocolate #because.
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