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Oct. 17-23 Pinterest Inspired Weekly Meal Ideas

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Hello and welcome back to our weekly menu ideas!

I’m so excited to share a recipe I found on Facebook using kielbasa sausage, beans, bbq sauce and a crockpot.  All of those ingredients are up my hubby’s alley.  That would be a perfect meal for him and what makes it perfect for me is the crockpot!  I love fix it and forget it types of meals, especially after a long day of being busy.

Speaking of crockpots, how many do you have?  I have several, well ok maybe more than several!  Like maybe an unnatural, strange obsession amount.  My most frequently used ones are the 3 that range from small, medium and large round ones.  Next is a 2 compartment dip pot….it’s really small.  Then I have 2 huge electric roaster pans…those count as crockpots too ya know.  I’m the person, everyone calls when they need to borrow a crockpot or roaster pan.  For Christmas, a few years ago, we bought our daughter one of those oval crockpots that have a stirring paddle.  That’s next on my list.  She loves it and I think I would too.:)  You can grab yourself one too.

With all this talk of crockpots, I had to throw a few recipes in this week, that use those nifty inventions.  So if you have a long day this week and already know you won’t want to cook, schedule one of these recipes for that day.

Let’s do this:

  1.  Crockpot Enchiladas – See recipe card below 🙂
  2. Smothered Pork Chops
  3. Crockpot Kielbasa & BBQ Beans
  4. Better Than Take Out Beef & Broccoli
  5. Loaded Baked Potato Soup
  6. Creamy Salsa Verde Chicken
  7. Go on out to dinner…You DESERVE IT!!!

Have yourself a wonderfully blessed week!!

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Crockpot Enchiladas


  • 1 # Ground Beef
  • Corn or flour tortillas
  • 1 Can of Enchilada Sauce
  • 1-8oz. bag of Cheddar Cheese


  1. Begin by spraying your crockpot with a non-stick cooking spray.
  2. Next Season and brown the ground beef using onions, garlic, salt and pepper; set aside.
  3. I usually add a little oil to a frying pan and warm up the tortillas. You can use the corn or fajita size flour tortillas. Add 1 tbl. spoon of oil and heat, then place a tortilla in the oil on each side for just a few seconds. It 's a quick process and you'll need to keep adding a little bit of oil after 2-3 tortillas.
  4. Now you can start the layering process!
  5. Add some enchilada sauce to the bottom of the pot to get started.
  6. Layer tortilla, enchilada sauce, beef cheese....repeat until the pot is 3/4 full, making the top layer enchilada sauce.
  7. Cook on low 4-5 hours or on high 2-3 hours.
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