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Family Friendly Recipes

Macaroni and CheeseBy Ginny's TeamNothing beats homemade macaroni & cheese for comfort food! This delicious recipe has only five ingredients and can be cooked two ways. Try the slow cooker method if you need to run some errands or leave the Dutch oven free for other dishes. If you don't have a slow cooker, you can use the Dutch oven method instead! No matter which way you decide to make it, this macaroni & cheese will be gooey, cheesy, and delicious!
Pressure Cooker Pulled PorkBy Ginny's TeamThis easy pressure cooker pulled pork recipe is a great way to speed up the cooking process; what would normally take up to six hours in a slow cooker will take only 45 hands-off minutes in a pressure cooker! Try this simple recipe for a delicious and quick weeknight meal.
Slow Cooker French Toast BakeBy Ginny's TeamHere at Ginny's, we love the ease of slow cooker meals, and this slow cooker French toast bake is no exception! This hands-off recipe delivers on delicious flavor and is great at feeding a crowd. We recommend slow cooker French toast bake as the perfect Christmas morning brunch; cook the bread in the slow cooker while everyone opens presents and takes pictures, and then simply take it out of the slow cooker once everyone is ready to chow down!
Chipotle Turkey BurgerBy Ginny's TeamThis simple chipotle burger recipe is a great way to eat a quality meal without spending hours over the stove. Chipotle peppers, caramelized onions, and a hint of lime zest work together to give this chipotle turkey burger a gourmet taste in less than thirty minutes.
Brunswick StewBy Ginny's TeamWhen we were researching our trip to the south and the region's popular recipes, we ran across more than one recipe for Brunswick Stew. To be honest, we were skeptical at first, and weren't sure how all of the different ingredients would come together. But one morning, we took a leap and made it for lunch. We're so glad we did. The recipe made more than enough for the entire Ginny's Team and we had plenty to freeze for later. When we were researching our trip to the south and the region's popular recipes, we ran across more than one recipe for Brunswick Stew.
Grilled Chicken KabobsBy Ginny's TeamChicken kabobs on the grill are healthy, easy and DELICIOUS. Plain grilled chicken and vegetables can become boring. Spice up dinner by adding different marinades and vegetable combinations.
Scrambled Eggs in a MugBy Ginny's TeamIf you’re just making eggs for one or two people, skillets are overrated—scrambled eggs in a mug are the best way to enjoy breakfast. Cut down on the dishes you have to clean, and make scrambled eggs in a microwave with this super easy recipe.
Sweet Barbeque MeatballsBy Ginny's TeamSweet Barbeque Meatballs are a great appetizer for Superbowl parties, family gatherings, and more. Use frozen meatballs to add even more ease to this simple, three-ingredient recipe. You can also freeze the ingredients for up to three months in a gallon zip top freezer bag with the date, name of the recipe, and the cooking recipe. Just take out the bag when you're ready, throw it in the slow cooker frozen, and enjoy!
Apple Cinnamon Steel Cut OatsBy Ginny's TeamApple cinnamon steel cut oats are the perfect Christmas morning breakfast. After all, nobody wants to worry about frying, baking, or cooking on Christmas morning! Just add all the ingredients in the slow cooker on Christmas Eve and wake up the next day to a delicious breakfast with rich apple, raisin, and cinnamon flavors. Another bonus? Steel cut oats make you feel full for a longer amount of time, which makes these apple cinnamon steel cut oats a filling and flavorful breakfast.
Mulled Apple CiderBy Ginny's TeamKeep this mulled apple cider in the slow cooker during your next Christmas party or holiday dinner, and you'll be the host everyone is talking about! Cinnamon, allspice, and oranges combine for the perfect winter flavors, while brown sugar adds a sweet kick. The best part about this delicious mulled apple cider is its simplicity! Just throw everything in the slow cooker and get back to celebrating with loved ones or putting up holiday decorations.
Bacon Hazelnut Hot ChocolateBy Ginny's TeamWhile you may have never thought about adding bacon to your hot cocoa before, this bacon hazelnut hot chocolate recipe will have you thinking differently! Make this delectable drink in a slow cooker for an even, well-heated beverage made with silky sweet chocolate. Bacon adds a flavor that is both sweet, salty, savory, and a little bit caramelized at the same time. While you can serve chopped bacon on the side or use full pieces of bacon as a way to stir the hot chocolate, you'll actually only be using the bacon grease to make the drink itself. However, that grease is just enough to infuse the hot chocolate with a delicious hint of bacon. Hazelnut spread adds the final layer of flavor to this unique bacon hazelnut hot chocolate treat!
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