Slow Cooker Meatballs

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CampbellSavings #CollectiveBias Slow Cooker Meatballs is an easy comfort food dinner. You’ll love serving your family this dish! It’s that time of year again! I LOVE Back to School (to be fair I love it when school gets out…then when it’s back to school time I’m ready!). I love getting back to a routine that everyone seems to thrive with. The only thing I {Read More}

Slow Cooker Fajitas

Slow Cooker Fajitas are fantastic tasting. An easy dinner and wonderful freezer meal – takes the work out of making a delicious meal for your family! I love having my freezer full of freezer meals. Have you done it yet? It really takes the panic of 3 pm out of my life. I HATE deciding what to eat and what to cook – I think that is the worst part of making dinner (ok I’m not in love with doing {Read More}

Slow Cooker Creamy Cheeseburger Soup

Let your crockpot do the work!  Alrighty, so it’s no big secret we’re HUGE slow cooker lovers here at Who Needs A Cape?, right? We’ve shared so many delicious slow cooker meals over the years, everything from soups and stews to entrees. Today I’m sharing with you a super easy comfort dish, Slow Cooker Creamy Cheeseburger Soup! My family devoured this dish and to be honest I elbowed my way to the kitchen the next day to fight for the {Read More}

Slow Cooker Taco Stew

We love just about anything Taco in our house.  Taco Salad, Taco Chicken, Taco Beef, Taco Pork – you name it.  So when I had some stew meat and was wondering what to do with it?  I came up with Slow Cooker Taco Stew Meat and life was complete!  Stew meat is a great meat to throw in your slow cooker because it’s comes out perfectly tender.  And using Taco flavorings?  It’s perfect in the slow cooker as well so {Read More}

Italian Rice Bake

Italian Rice Bake ~ Easy, fast and yummy dinner, even on those nights where dinner is off to a late start. Add veggies or other meat to make it your own! If you’re like me, you love flipping through recipe collections compiled by church bazaars and quilting circles for fundraising efforts. They’re typically filled with recipes handed down by women in families who cherish the way Gramma made her moist meatloaf or how Aunt Sadie baked her divine chocolate cake. {Read More}