This warm Slow Cooker Corn Chowder Recipe is perfect for fall or cold winter days. I love that you can add or take away ingredients to make it your own.
The trick to staying sane in the kitchen is prep work and avoiding the oven whenever you can! (and mostly good friends and the ability to laugh at yourself) Avoiding my oven is the hardest part. However, I know all Summer long I used my Crock-Pot® Slow cooker for just that purpose, and it’s saving my sanity again! This year I’m making this Crock-Pot® Slow Cooker Pineapple Ham Recipe, and I’m saving my sweat induced meltdown for another year.
I love knowing I’m coming home to a warm bowl of soup after a long day, especially when it’s getting chilly outside. Oklahoma weather is unpredictable at best. For example on a typical day it might go a little like this: wake up to a frosty cold morning with a possible warming and windy afternoon, then any where from twenty to thirty degree drop in temp as soon as the sun goes down. It’s hard to plan what to wear, let alone what to eat. That’s why I make this Crock-Pot Corn Chowder at least once a month.
This Crock-Pot meatloaf is one for your recipe book! It seems everyone I know has a different meatloaf recipe.
One of those recipes that are near and dear to my heart is grandma Margaret’s (aka Ma-Mar as the grand kids call her) Cherry Cinnamon Cobbler with Red Hots.
Once you taste this sweet corn meets spicy jalapeno only to be punched up by pepper jack cheese and yet mellowed to the perfect heat with smooth cream cheese, the only cure will be to make more Jalapeno Corn Dip!