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Family Friendly Recipes

Slow Cooker BBQ RibsBy Ginny's TeamRibs have never been easier than with this slow cooker BBQ ribs recipe. Season and brown the ribs on a weekend morning, and then let them marinate in the slow cooker during the day while you go on a road trip, get some errands done, or just relax. Eight hours later, the ribs will be perfectly flavored and practically falling off the bone. We especially love the tang of chili sauce mixed with sweet brown sugar.
Lemon-Herb MarinadeBy Ginny's TeamAn easy and delicious recipe for marinade that's perfect with chicken, pork, or seafood!
Sweet and Sour Pork ChopsBy Ginny's TeamWe turn to these sweet and sour pork chops again and again, and it’s not hard to see why. It only takes a one-gallon zip top bag and five simple ingredients to make: boneless pork chops, apple cider, apple jelly, chicken broth, and balsamic vinegar. Combine it all together and let it sit in the freezer for up to three months. When you’re feeling like a delicious, savory home cooked meal but don’t want to put it any effort, simply take out the freezer bag, dump the contents into a slow cooker, and let the appliance work its magic! We love the mix of apple jelly and chicken broth in these savory sweet and sour pork chops.
Freezer Pulled PorkBy Ginny's TeamMake sure you always have a classic dish on hand with freezer pulled pork. You only need a gallon zip top bag and three basic ingredients: pork roast or tenderloin, an envelope of pulled pork seasoning, and a bottle of barbecue sauce. Combine it all together and then let it sit in the freezer for up to three months. When you’re feeling like a delicious, savory home cooked meal but don’t want to put it any effort, simply take out the freezer bag, dump the contents into a slow cooker, and let the appliance work its magic! We always keep a bag or two of this freezer pulled pork on hand in case we want to whip up a few sandwiches or need a last minute dinner idea.
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.