Crockpot Fajitas

 

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Slow Cooker Fajitas are the perfect dinner! A fantastic Freezer Meal - Part of 40 meals in 4 hours. Tasty and Easy

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Comments

  1. Sarah Vorm says:

    What kind of tortillas do you use? I noticed you cook gluten free- we’re gf as well & I’ve yet to find a tortilla we all like. I’d love your input:) thanks!

    • I usually just eat the meat and veggies sans tortilla (with guac and salsa of course!), but when I do want a tortilla I will use organic corn tortillas :).

  2. Clare Vaninetti says:

    Hi I was just wondering how you would freeze this into meals, would you cook then freeze or would you freeze the individual components raw then cook after defrosted.

    Thank you Clare 🙂

  3. I used a whole different recipe when I froze it last time. I learned that if you are gonna freeze it, freeze the onions and pepers in there own bag. They didn’t freeze well with the uncooked meat. But haven’t tryed doing again since the first time. So it might be better not to freeze the onions and peppers.

  4. Teresa Singleton says:

    Loved this idea… My neighbor and I have been doing this for some time! It makes our life so much simpler

  5. Jean Daywalt says:

    Easy to assemble. I made in a 6 qt oval crockpot. Vegetable were good and spicy but chicken itself was not very flavorful, rather bland.

  6. How many does this recipe serve?

  7. Caroline says:

    I’ve made this with chicken and it was way too watery and the chicken felt appart. It was also lacking in flavor but the guacamole fixed that!

  8. We tried the beef fajitas last night- wonderful! Family had four tortillas all together, and there was still leftovers. The seasoning was good, however I recommend more salt, or even adding some garlic salt to the recipe.
    Good to know not to freeze the veggies ahead of time.
    Questions: Is it possible to double this recipe? If I were to double this recipe (I have a 6 quart oval crockpot) would I have to cook on low longer than the 6-8 hours? Would doubling the recipe make it so the meat doesn’t cook all the way? Or would doubling the recipe take up too much space in the crockpot, rendering it unsafe? I am fairly new to crockpot cooking, and I’m trying to learn all I can.
    Thanks for the recipe!

  9. Any suggestions on how to make this recipe with shrimp?

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