This literally almost never happens. 1. I make a dinner. 2. I post it to my Instagram. 3. I get a dozen DM's. Everyone was swooning over my Portobello Bruschetta photo that I posted to my Instagram Story. Hindsight, I'm assuming it had a little something to the lighting, plating, and the colors. But part… Continue reading Portobello Bruschetta
I’m sure you aren’t surprised to learn that the Smith family has a secret crock pot chili recipe. While I won’t be sharing all of our secrets I plan on giving you a little taste of a one of my favorite Fall crock pot dishes. I tried to make this as simplistic as possible because… Continue reading Protein Packed Chili
You literally cannot go wrong by rollin' up these bad boys for guilt free snacking. They are so easy and oh, so tasty. Between Pinterest to Google I understand there are more than a few different sites that ultimately make the same delicious balls. To be honest I'm about to drop something extremely similar so I don't expect any… Continue reading Chocolate+PB Protein Balls
What's Crocking was originally a blog that I started for a class as I finalized my undergraduate degree. Now it has turned into a hobby. Since my move to Utah is only weeks away I thought what better way to keep the magic cooking than by continuing my new found passion in a new place. … Continue reading What’s Crocking
Yummy, Cinnamon Applesauce! Check out this SUPER easy recipe!
Caution: this recipe will make your house smell wonderful! The majority of the time that goes into this is preparation time of peeling and chopping the apples. I hand picked both Red Delicious apples and McIntosh apples from Door Creek Orchard to make this tasty, two ingredient recipe. Each apple included will yield one small dish of applesauce – the more the merrier.
- 6-8 medium sized apples
- 4 tablespoons of ground cinnamon
- Peel/skin apples
- Chop apples into small 1/2 inch pieces
- Put chopped pieces into the crock pot
- Add cinnamon (do this to taste, while the recipe may call for 4 tablespoons, feel free to add more)
- With a medium sized spoon mix the chopped apples and cinnamon together
- Cover and cook on ‘High’ for 5 hours
Check out my sister blog site ‘What’s Crocking’ Roast Beef and Cooked Carrots!! Yummy.
A recipe courtesy of my family cupboard. My family and I love this fix and forget dish because it is simple and takes less than a minute to put together. I used a boneless top round beef roast but any cut will work. The Coca-Cola does a good job of breaking down the beef and tenderizing it to a juicy perfection. The final dish can be served plain or with a simple gravy dressing. Being slow cooked with the onion soup and dip packet adds a familiar taste to a traditional dish. Enjoy minimal preparation time with maximum taste. This dish feeds four people, and can be refrigerated up to four days.
- 3 pounds of beef roast (any cut—I used a boneless top round roast)
- 20 ounces bottle of Coca-Cola
- 1 packet of Lipton Onion Soup and Dip Mix
- 2 cups of carrots
- Place 3 pound beef roast at the bottom the crock pot
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