Moms—we have a gift for you. Crockin’ Girls has once again partnered with Project Mom and we want to reward moms like you who are the backbone of our nation’s families.From getting the kids to school in the morning, to proving them a home-crocked meal for dinner, you do it all! At Project Mom, you’ll hear from national parenting experts who are there to give you practical advice on topics like discipline, organization, meal planning, and everything else you need to know as a mom.As our gift to you, we will provide you with a ticket to project mom for 99% off—meaning you can register for only 49 cents. Just use the code…“CROCK”…when you register for the Oklahoma City event at www.ProjectMom.com.Project Mom is on September 14 at the Hilton Skirvin in Oklahoma City.We want to rush your tickets and welcome packet to your doorstep, so be sure to register today. At Project Mom, there will be cookbook giveaways and much more! Plus, you’ll get a Project Mom swag bag filled with coupons and samples.Remember there is no greater role than your role as “mom.” We hope you will be at Project Mom on September 14th as moms come together to be even better.
Register today for the Oklahoma City Event
We want to let y’all know about some corrections from the Crockin’ Clean Magazine. In the Soup/Stew section, the nutritional information is all the same. Below is the actual information for each recipe in the section. Just click the link “Soups/Stews Corrections and you’ll get everything you need.
On page 20 – Quick Quinoa Casserole, the directions should not include measurements when listing the broth, olive oil, and cinnamon. The measurements should be what is listed in the ingredients.
Also, on page 41 – Indian Chicken Stew, it should say 14.5 oz can of chopped tomato. Not 4.5 oz.
On page 85 – Sally’s Crockin’ Cabbage Casserole you will cook it for 3 hours on high, not warm.
Sorry for the corrections. Hope you are loving crockin’ the clean way!
Did you know autism is the fastest-growing developmental disability in the US, affecting 1 in 88
children? Chances are, if you’re reading this blog, you, someone in your family, or close friend is living
daily with autism.
At this time, there is no medical detection or cure for autism; so, parents are left to treat and
manage the symptoms. One way of doing this is through diet. Many families go on a GF/CF diet.
This means, gluten free and casein (dairy) free. This can be challenging because gluten is in so many
foods…especially processed and pre-packaged foods.
The Crockin’ Girls would like to offer some GF/CF recipes to help our crockin’ families living with autism.
Slow Cooker Chicken Fajitas (The fajita seasoning would have to be GFCF. Some seasonings contain wheat flour as a filler. The tortillas would need to be corn tortillas, not flour, and the toppings would need to be dairy free sour cream, and dairy free cheese.)
Tiffany’s Kickin’ Black Bean Soup ( Make sure the seasonings such as the chili powder and cumin are gluten free. Also, make sure the vegetable broth is gluten free. Some broth actually contains gluten.)
Crock-A-Chicken (Make sure the seasonings and chicken bouillon are GFCF, many aren’t. Also, this can be served with GFCF bread, GFCF crackers, or GFCF chips. A lot of flavored chips aren’t GFCF.)
Apple Cinnamon Steel Cut Oatmeal (Make sure to use gluten free certified oats. Also, use 100% vanilla, not imitation vanilla. It can contain gluten. And, use a dairy free milk substitute such as soy, rice, or a nut milk.)