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Family Friendly Recipes

Slow Cooker Corned Beef and CabbageBy Ginny's TeamA St. Patrick's Day feast doesn't have to be labor-intensive or time-consuming; try slow cooker corned beef and cabbage for a hands-off twist on a St. Patrick's Day classic! Simply place the beef brisket and the potatoes in the slow cooker and let the the slow cooker work its magic. Because the meat will have time to stew in its own juices, it will be extra moist and tender when you're ready to serve! Another helpful hint? Use aluminum foil pieces crumbled around the brisket to keep the potatoes from getting greasy. This slow cooker corned beef and cabbage will let you focus on other dishes as you prepare the main course!
Slow Cooker Chicken TacosBy Ginny's TeamGet ready for Cinco de mayo with these slow cooker chicken tacos! Simple pantry ingredients like salsa, garlic powder, chicken breasts, and taco shells mean that preparing for this yummy staple is easy! Mix all the ingredients in the slow cooker early in the day, and then let it sit while you prepare other appetizers and dips. These slow cooker chicken tacos will be ready just in time for dinner! You can also try this chicken mixture over nachos with the usual toppings, or as filling for enchiladas, quesadillas, or tostados.
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.
Slow Cooker LasagnaBy Ginny's TeamA slow cooker isn't just for chili anymore: try slow cooker lasagna for a hands-off weeknight meal. Just brown the beef, warm the spinach and sauce, and then layer all the ingredients in the slow cooker. Pepper, Parmesan cheese, and oregano all add a combination of flavors, while ground beef, frozen spinach, and lasagna noodles are easy-to-find grocery items. Just throw in all the ingredients for slow cooker lasagna and run errands or cook a side dish; a few hours later, you'll be ready for dinner!
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!
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!
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.
Crispy ChickenBy Ginny's TeamMake crispy chicken on any busy weeknight with this easy recipe. The chicken is rolled in Ritz crackers and basil for a delicious taste and takes less than thirty minutes to prepare. Pair with fresh vegetables for a healthy side!
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.
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.
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.
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