One of my goals for 2024 is to get something into the slow cooker before church for our Sunday meal. Eating out is getting way too expensive and monotonous as we have few choice here in our town. So, I want to have a meal ready when I get home. And, the slow cooker is the way to go. Or, I may have a casserole prepped and ready to go in the oven after church on some Sundays.
Here is the first Slow Cooker Sunday menu:
Mississippi Pot Roast – if you haven’t tried it yet, it is delicious. I have made several and it is so tasty with just a hint of tang from the pepperoncini peppers and their juice. And, it makes the most delicious “jus” from the roast and seasonings plus it is so easy to make. I am using a rump roast that our grocery had on the buy 1 get one for a penny sale. The other is already in the freezer!
Mashed potatoes – I am using the Evans mashed potatoes – they are delicious and really taste homemade. I usually add some more butter and maybe a touch of buttermilk after heating them. No extra pans, no peeling potatoes (not something I love to do) and they are so delicious. Although a little pricier, they are worth it in time and effort.
Marinated Tomato Salad – again really quick and easy and tastes wonderful. The longer they marinate, the better they get.
Ovem Roasted Honey Glazed Carrots – since I am not adding veggies to the roast, I do want some carrots because, well they are so good and good for you. These you can roast in the oven or cook on the stovetop.
Wishing you a very blessed Sunday..