Alas, October is almost over...
Which means I've basically missed much of my beloved "Crocktober"....
Well, at least posting about Crocktober on here, that is.
I've managed to make at least one crock pot meal a week around here.
And with the temps having dipped into brrr chill area these last couple of weeks, we've enjoyed quite a nice variety of soups.
Tonight we're having my very favoritest chili- White Chicken Chili (recipe here).
In honor of Crocktober still hanging around for a few more days...
Here's last year's post that links to all my crock pot recipes to date.
And here's a new recipe!
Ham It Up! Slowcooker Casserole
6 medium potatoes, sliced thin (yes, leave the skin on- it's good for you!)
1 medium (fist sized) onion, chopped
1 pound ham, cubed
1 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese (the sharper the better, in my opinion)
2 cans cream of mushroom soup
Paprika (optional but really, just do it)
In your slowcooker, layer the following: half your sliced potatoes, half of the onion and half a cup of cheese. Do it again with the other halves.
Spread the two cans of soup over the top using a spatula to spread it all over so it completely covers up all the potatoes and ham and cheesy goodness. Top it off with remaining half cup of cheese then sprinkle liberally with paprika. Not lightly, liberally!
Cook on low for 8 hour or on high for 4 hours.
This dish is quite filling! We baked up some biscuits and served up the last of our home grown tomatoes, sliced thick, as a side dish.
Really wishing I'd taken a picture of that deliciousness but I was too busy eating it!