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Old 01-06-2013, 02:56 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by HeatherM0529 View Post
I highly recommend a crockpot. You can throw everything in it the night before and put in fridge and then throw it in there to cook in the morning and you'll have dinner ready when you get home!
The great thing about a crock pot is the food that goes in takes VERY little prep.

Things like a roast you literally throw in the roast, potatoes/carrots, cream of mushroom soup and french onion soup/dip mix with a little water and turn it on! Crock pot meals are super easy!

I've never been in your boat, but I wish you luck!!!
I DON'T work and my house is messy and dinner isn't always ready so you're ahead of me
We have one, but I don't like how it cooks and I don't like to leave it on when we are not here. I would like to get one with a timer, or make things at night.


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Old 01-09-2013, 06:56 AM   #12
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Mine has a timer. That would work too!! You can cook it in there all night long and then just heat it up when you get home!
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