Entertaining

Non-Traditional Christmas Dinner

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We loved all the non-traditional Christmas Dinner ideas you shared on Facebook yesterday! In our Crockin’ for the Holiday magazine we list some of our favorites too. Jenna’s family always decides at Thanksgiving what theme they’ll go with, whether it’s Italian, Mexican, Seafood or even breakfast! Below are some non-traditional dishes you can serve out of the crock to feed a crowd. Easy prep and easy clean up so you can get out of the kitchen and play games or sing carols! Merry  Christmas y’all!

Angel Chicken


Chicken Enchilada Stack

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Crockin’ Christmas Desserts

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H is for Hectic and Holiday! How can Christmas be a week away?! If you want to avoid the mall and long lines this week, but you’re still in need of a few last minute gifts, use your slow cooker silly! These desserts require easy-prep and make a ton in a short amount of time. Now that’s what we’re talkin’ about! Just wrap them up in festive bags or tins and your list is done!

Chocolate Covered Marshmallows with Peppermint Sticks

Chocolate Drizzled Rice Krispie Treats

Peanut Clusters

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Holiday Party Menu

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The holidays mean food, family, friends, and more food! Thinking about what to serve at your Christmas dinner or Holiday party can leave you stressed and we don’t want that! We’re all about simplifying life, so here is a menu we put together with some of our favorites recipes that will give you help you spend less time in the kitchen and more time celebrating! We definitely want that!
Snacks & Sips
Jalapeno Pinwheels
Ham roll ups
Zippy Meatballs (Find in our Crockin’ for the Holidays magazine)
Corn Chowder
Rich Hot Chocolate
Apple Cranberry Cider (Find in our Crockin’ for the Holidays magazine)

Crock Pot-pourri

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We are lovin’ the smell of Christmas in our homes! Use simple, fresh ingredients to mix up smell-a-licious Crock Pot-pourri that you can leave in your slow cooker all day! No flame required. After you make the mix just remove the lid and continue cooking for as long as you desire. Add water as needed to cover mixture.  If you would like to store it, place in an airtight container and keep it in the refrigerator for no longer than a week. You can pour back in the slow cooker and crock again! Find the recipe HERE to fill your home with Christmas Cheer!