Dump and Go Meals: Part 2

Dump and Go Meals: Part 2

Happy Monday, Sisters!

Last Tuesday I posted about Dump and Go Meals and gave a link to the menu/recipes I put together. This is just a starting place.

I did a quick search on Google and found some other great recipes that I am sharing with you today.  I haven’t tried any of these yet; I’m still enjoying the fruits of my labor from last week! But some of these look really good, and I’ll be incorporating them into my menu rotation.

Some of you are on diets and/or what to eat more healthy.  I found the following link that has diet, whole food, vegetarian, paleo, and gluten-free menus, as well as traditional menus.  There is enough here to keep us in Dump and Go Meals for a long time! Yes, 101 of them! Please read the instructions carefully. Some are Dump and Go compatible, but some are not. or will need a little tweaking.

101 Freezable Slow Cooker Recipes

Just to whet your appetite a little:

Slow Cooker French Toast (ok, probably not for the health conscious among us)

 

MORE HEALTHY RECIPES

Eight healthy freezer crockpot meals in 75 minutes

8 Healthy Crock Pot Freezer Meals

 

MORE TRADITIONAL RECIPES

10 Easy Crock-Pot Freezer Meals: 10 super easy recipes for freezer meals you can make ahead and then cook in your slow cooker. With free printable shopping list for all ingredients needed!

10 Easy Crock Pot Freezer Meals

In Closing

So now you have a lot to get you started.  I’d love to hear what it working and not working for you, and any tips/suggestions you have for the rest of us!

One thing I found was that the recipes that serve 4 are small for cooking in a crock pot and I had to cut down the amount of time I cooked them.  I turned my first recipe – Hungarian Goulash – into BBQ by cooking it too long. I think the next time I do this, I may double the recipe on some of these and then just freeze the leftovers.

2 Comments

  1. Elizabeth Ware
    January 26, 2015

    I’m thinking that after I’ve tried a lot of these and have my favorite list, that I’ll make printable grocery lists with the ingredients those recipes use, and also make printable labels for the bags. A little work the first time, but a time-saver after that.

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  2. Kathy
    January 28, 2015

    These sound great .Printing out tomorrow, shopping on Saturday.
    Thank you for your time and effort. Please add me to your mailing list .

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