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Old 01-15-2003, 09:40 AM   #31
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Diane, is that 1 oz. of Chive & Onion cream cheese or an 8 oz. tub in the Beef Stroganoff recipe?
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Looking for a Crockpot recipe for BBQ wings... any suggestions?? I want them sorta like honey bbq wings...

Thanks........... off to try some of the others... esp. the Oriental Chicken one! sounds yummy!
I use either drumsticks or wings and put them in a crockpot with Bruce's barbeque sauce when I go to work at 8, they're falling apart when I get home at 5.

16 ounces Contadina tomato sauce, 22 carbs
3 packets splenda (or more to taste)
2 tablespoons vinegar
1 tablespoon chili powder
1 tablespoon paprika
1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper (I omit the cayenne pepper)
2 teaspoons liquid smoke flavoring
1 tablespoon syrup, sugar free maple, 1 carb
1/4 cup onion, minced

mix, pour over chicken and let it cook all day, or until tender on low. I would think you could do this on high also for less time obviously
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THIS CAME FROM LOW CARB PLANET BY DIDI
Categories : Crockpot Desserts
Specialty Desserts

Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
-------- ------------ --------------------------------
1/3 c shortening *I used coconut oil*
1/2 c sugar *I used a combo of sweetners for the synergistic effect*
2 eggs
1 c almond flour
1/2 c oat flour
1/4 c vanilla whey protein powder
1 tsp. baking powder
1/2 tsp. baking soda
1/2 tsp. salt
1 c sour cream
4 Tbls Davinci Banana Syrup -- (4 to 5)
1 tsp. banana extract (you can use more banana extract if you don't have banana syrup -- just make sure you add some sweetner to the sour cream)
1 c chopped nuts *I used pecans*

Hey guys, my oven was totally full today, and I was prepping like mad. Well I needed to make one more dessert for the week, and had picked up a "very old" crockpot cookery book from the thrift store the other day. What a gem, WHAT A FIND!! I love this book!! (it was .39 cents) To me it's PRICELESS!!!

You'll see more of these recipes as I convert them. The name of the book is "Crockery Cookery", by Mable Hoffman, published 1922.

Cream together shortening and sugar; add eggs and beat well. Sift dry ingredients; add to creamed mixture alternating with the flavored sour cream, blending well after each addition. Stir in the nuts. Pour into well-greased 4-6 c mold. (I used a corning 1-1/2 q. pan, it fit perfectly into my crockpot). Cover with foil and tie, if your using a coffee can, or a mold w/ no cover. Pour 2 cups hot water into the slow cooker. Place mold on rack or trivet *. Cover and cook on high 2-3 hour or until bread is done when tested w/ a kinfe. Serve warm or cool, w/ butter, peanut butter or cream cheese.

*A small stove top trivet should fit perfectly on the bottom of your crockpot. If it doesn't, crumble up some foil and lay in the bottom of the crockpot, that's what I did. And if you don't have a pan/mold that will fit into your slowcooker, remember the old "coffee can" trick. A 2-lb coffee can should fit perfectly*
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Old 01-29-2003, 02:15 PM   #34
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[COLOR=green]><[/COLOR][COLOR=red]Crockpot Pizza Soup[/COLOR][COLOR=green]><[/COLOR]

1 to 1 1/2 lb Italian Sausage browned and crumbled
1/4 lb sliced pepperoni
1 Bell Pepper
1 med Onion chopped and sauted
2 cans beef broth (I use lo salt broth)1
30 oz. can crushed tomatoes
oregano, basil, garlic powder, black pepper
topping parmesean and shredded mozzarella

Directions
All you need to do is saute the onion then brown
the sausage add all ingredients to the crock pot.
I usually cook it on high for three hours then on
low for three hours.
At the end I add some parmesean cheese and stir.
Serve in individual soup bowls and top with a
generous amount of shredded mozzarella.

DELISH

I also make individual tupperware containers and
toss them in the fridge it stays good for a few days
then I just warm it in the microwave.

I make one slice of Atkins Country White into Garlic Bread
Toasted and serve it along side.1 slice is 3 carbs
 
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Re: Pepperocini Beef

For years, my DH and I have been buying these peppers (he's Italian so you have gotta have them around) in al arge jar. Then once finished, we take the juice only and marinate pork chops in them which you can grill or put the juice in the crockpot with a large pork roast. The juice is perfect for pork and a good substitute for sauerkraut too!

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Crockpot Chicken Cacciatore

- chicken (any af your favorite pieces is fine - breast, leg, thigh, or a combination)
- 14 oz. can of stewed tomatoes
- wine (red or white)
- onions (sliced thin or in chunks)
- mushrooms (sliced)
- zucchini (cubed or sliced)

Grill chicken first so that it has some color. Does not need to be cooked through. Used chicken with skin on, but can do without as well. Throw in the veggies, the tomatoes and as much of the wine as you would like (used about 1/2 to 3/4 of a cup). Place chicken in crockpot, spoon some of the veggies and juices on top and around the chicken and cook on low for 7 to 9 hours. Absolutely delicious and the meat falls off the bone (literally). Most cacciatore recipes only call for mushrooms and onions, but I found the zucchini to be one of the best additions to this.
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Old 02-27-2003, 12:17 PM   #37
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Crockpot Cabbage rolls

* Exported from MasterCook *

Cabbage Rolls

Recipe By : Gretchen Hulett
Serving Size : 6 Preparation Time :30:00
Categories : Meat Dishes

Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
-------- ------------ --------------------------------
12 Lg Cabbage Leaves
1 Lb Ground Beef
2 Tsp Lemon Pepper
1/2 Tsp Seasoned Salt
1 Lg Egg
1 C Cauliflower Florets -- Cooked
1 C Tomato Sauce
1 Tbsp Worcestershire Sauce
1 Tbsp Splenda
1 Tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar (or Lemon Juice)

Blanch the cabbage leaves in a kettle for 3 minute or until tender and wilted. MIx ground beef, lemon pepper, seasoned salt, egg and cauliflower. Place 1/4 cup of meat mixture in the center of cabbage leaf fold in sides then roll up. Put in slow cooker. In a small bowl mix tomato sauce, worchestershire, splenda and cider vinegar and pour over cabbage rolls. Slow cook on low for 8 hours or on high for 4.
 
Old 02-27-2003, 12:22 PM   #38
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Crockpot Cabbage rolls

* Exported from MasterCook *

Cabbage Rolls

Recipe By : Gretchen Hulett
Serving Size : 6 Preparation Time :30:00
Categories : Meat Dishes

Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
-------- ------------ --------------------------------
12 Lg Cabbage Leaves
1 Lb Ground Beef
2 Tsp Lemon Pepper
1/2 Tsp Seasoned Salt
1 Lg Egg
1 C Cauliflower Florets -- Cooked
1 C Tomato Sauce
1 Tbsp Worcestershire Sauce
1 Tbsp Splenda
1 Tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar (or Lemon Juice)

Blanch the cabbage leaves in a kettle for 3 minute or until tender and wilted. MIx ground beef, lemon pepper, seasoned salt, egg and cauliflower. Place 1/4 cup of meat mixture in the center of cabbage leaf fold in sides then roll up. Put in slow cooker. In a small bowl mix tomato sauce, worchestershire, splenda and cider vinegar and pour over cabbage rolls. Slow cook on low for 8 hours or on high for 4.
 
Old 04-13-2003, 04:32 PM   #39
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I JUST made this tonight and it was great.

North Carolina Pork Barbecue

6 pound port butt (I used tenderloin because I got it on sale and I think it's leaner)
2 14 oz. cans diced tomatoes
1 cup vinegar
3 packets Splenda (equivalent to 2 tbls. sugar)
2 heaping teaspoons crushed red pepper
2 Tablespoons salt
4 teaspoons black pepper
1/4 cup Worcetershire sauce

Add everything but pork to the crockpot and stir to combine. Place pork in sauce (I cut the tenderloin into 4 pieces to make sure all got covered by sauce). Cook on low 8 - 10 hours. Pork will fall apart on it's own.

I served it to DH and skid on hamburger buns. I just had it on a fork

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Old 04-16-2003, 11:24 AM   #40
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Crock Pot Jumbalaya

1 chopped Bell Pepper
1 chopped Onion
2 Medium Tomatoes Chopped
1 Cup chopped Celery
1 Clove Garlic Crushed (I'll probably use two!)
2 tablespoons minced parsley
2 teaspoons thyme leaves
2 teaspoons oregano
1/8 teaspoon chilli pepper
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 cups beef or chicken broth
4 oz smoked sausage (I use Turkey Sausage)
8 oz chicken breast
1/2 pound cooked shelled shrimp

Combine all ingredients and cook in a slow cooker on low 9-10 hours add shrimp in the last 30 minutes. And I didn't even buy the fancy shrimp I bought a bag of cooked salad shrimp. They are small but they work great in recipes. And only $3.50 a bag.
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Old 04-18-2003, 04:42 PM   #41
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3 slowcooked recipes

These still work! 3 Crockpost/Slow Cooker recipes, with conversion steps, spread over a couple of pages... written a couple of years ago...

Chunky Beef Chili
http://stores.yahoo.com/carbsmart/conversion.html

Zesty Lemon Pork, Chicken with Wine
http://stores.yahoo.com/carbsmart/conversion2.html

Enjoy.
 
Old 04-28-2003, 09:32 AM   #42
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WINE!!!

I love to use my CP - so thank you for the recipes.

*TIP* - some of the aforementioned recipes call for wine, sometimes only 1/2 or 1 cup. Instead of opening a new bottle (while that may be GREAT for YOU! - HA!), I freeze leftover wine in ice cupe trays. When a recipe calls for it, I can just throw in 2 or 3 cubes.
 
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What is "leftover wine?"
 
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This is really easy if you're in a hurry...and really yummy

Take a pork roast (any type, just not extra lean)

Coat it with one package of Lipton's soup mix (I think Beefy Onion tastes best)

Place entire roast in a few layers of heavy foil and seal.

Place foil-wrapped roast in crockpot and cook on low all day.

It makes it's own juice in the foil...no need to add any water, etc. It tastes really nice but is high in sodium.
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crock pot turkey

place a thawed turkey breast in crockpot with a stick of butter(no water needed)Very moist.Just make sure turkey is going to fit before you purchase it.
 
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crockpot ham

place a canned Ham (like Hostess or similar)in crockpot and add enough Diet Coke to cover and cook all day on low.Great taste!!!
 
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CornedBeef&Cabbage
I tried this today and had to stop myself from eating it all!
4-5lb corned beef brisket
1 cup of water
1 onion chopped
2 cloves of garlic(I use garlic powder)
put these ingredients in the crockpot for 8-10 hrs on low
Then add 1 cabbage cut in quarters and cook on high for 2-3 hrs
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I alos have done that with diet root beer.that is yummy too.

also either pork chps or tenderized round steak in a pot with dry onion soup mix sprinkled on it the add 1 can of mushrooms and cover.if theres not enough moisture to wet the soup mix you can add a little water. just cook until the meat falls apart and YUMMY this is great
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cut up round steak and brown, add to CP and then add stewed tomoatoes and a can of green beans...
cook all day or at least about 4 hours.
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I alos have done that with diet root beer.that is yummy too.
It's also good with Diet Dr. Pepper...
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Buffalo Roasts

Made a buffalo roast seasoned with salt, pepper, and garlic powder wrapped in foil and placed in crockpot on low for 10hrs. It was very simple and tasty. Will try beef next.
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Buffalo Roasts

Made a buffalo roast seasoned with salt, pepper, and garlic powder wrapped in foil and placed in crockpot on low for 10hrs. It was very simple and tasty. Will try beef next.
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Chicken with Creamed Spinach

Chicken with "Creamed" Spinach

Throw in crock:
One large or two small chicken breasts
One bag of frozen spinach, still frozen
A dash of olive oil
Two dashes of LC dressing...I like "Drew's Kalamata and Caper"

I actually put all of this with frozen chicken in the crock before I went to bed. It was perfect by dinner the next night. Non-Atkins husband had it with a 'tater and raved. I had some of the spinach left over and I took it to work the next day for lunch with a piece of leftover porkchop shredded into it.

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CROCK POT STEW

1 TENDERIZED ROUND STEAK
2 CANS TOMATOES DICED
2 SMALL CANS MUSHROOMS WITH LIQUID
3 STALKS DICED CELERY
2 TBLS. DRIED ONIONS
1 TSP GARLIC POWDER

PUT STEAK & ALL INGREDIENTS IN CROCK POT. I ALSO ADD 1 BULLION CUBE DISSOLVED. COOK ON LOW FOR 8HRS. THE TENDERIZED STEAK FALLS APART THERE IS ALOT OF JUICE PUT IN BOWL EAT WITH A SPOON....Ummmmm Good!
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I make something very similar to pooties recipe above but I add a can of green beans also.
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Re: Pootie's recipe

And if you want to make a nice gravy for it, you can use the Thick n Thin/Not starch....Yummmmmmm - great recipe since it's turning colder....
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#1-French Onion Soup/#2-Pot Roast w/ Gravy

This is a FANTASTICALLY DELICIOUS RECIPE that I got from my morning "Atkins Cult Meeting" at work (three out of four women are on it and the skinny one with a metabolism the speed of a race horse at top end calls us the "cult members" jokingly.

In a crock pot, place a two pound beef roast (chuck or english), sprinkle with garlic powder (about 1-2 tsp), black pepper (1/2 tsp), enough beef broth to just cover and 1 medium onion (sliced thin). Cook on low for 8 -10 hours. When done, remove roast, add one medium onion (sliced thin and sauted in butter until transluscent) and beef broth equal to what was already added (if you have some left in the can, extra won't hurt!) Heat through, toast a piece of buttered and garlic low carb bread until well done, place in the bottom of cup or bowl, add mozzerella cheese, add soup and top with more cheese - WONDERFUL!

Or... do everything and add some shreds of meat to the cup or bowl - FANTASTIC!

Or... eat the pot roast and make gravy with some juice and "thick-n-thin not" thickener. Make sure that you allow enough time for gravy to cool, as it will thicken as it cools and then you can re-heat. - BONUS!

Extra Bonus - If you have more broth left and don't want more French Onion Soup, shred some of the roast into the broth, add some shredded cabbage, a little chopped celery and maybe a small tomato and - voila - you have Beef Vegetable Soup! WooHoo! And the crowd cheers!
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Chicken Adobo

5-6 chicken breasts
worshershire sauce
red wine vinegar
soy sauce

Pour equal parts of sauces over chicken. Cook on Low overnight
FANTASTIC!
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Crockpot - Pizza Chicken

I put this into ****** and I think I came up with 6carbs per serving. Sounds good to me.

Crockpot - Pizza Chicken

8 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1/4 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. pepper
1 chopped onion
2 green bell peppers, cut into 1" pieces
2 c. jarred pizza sauce
1 c. shredded pizza cheese

Sprinkle chicken with salt and pepper.
Place in a 3 - 4 quart crockpot/slow cooker.
Top with the onions and bell pepper.
Pour the pizza sauce over all.
Cover and cook on low for 4 - 5 hours, until chicken
is thoroughly cooked.
Stir well.
Sprinkle with cheese and let stand 5 minutes to melt cheese.

Makes 8 servings.
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