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Old 03-11-2012, 04:24 PM   #15
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Our Crock pot is the cylyndrical type. The inside vessel is about 5" across and 5" deep, possibly 2 quarts. I suspect it's about the smallest size you can buy.

We recently made a pot roast, 2#s of meat, 3 carrots, two potatoes, an onion and 2 cans of beef broth plus spices.

Hope that helps.
That sounds about right for 2 people. Thanks.
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Old 03-11-2012, 04:51 PM   #16
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these are great ideas! we always take our little crockpot, too. crockpot lasagna is what we brought to a potluck at one campground last year. it was my first attempt at it and it was a big hit.
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Ginny would love to know your recipe for Lasagna,

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Old 03-11-2012, 06:39 PM   #18
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So would I! Thanks!
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Old 03-14-2012, 06:29 AM   #19
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Great Recipes, Dinner Ideas and Quick & Easy Meals from Kraft Foods
A great source for crock pot or slow cooker recipes.
There are 7 lasagna recipes.
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Old 03-14-2012, 08:47 AM   #20
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very cool. i intend to get a small c/p. nice to have . you cna go bike ride, or fish ,or explore,,,and come home to a nice dinner waiting for you.

another thing i have left over from my days driving interstate truck, a 12 volt lunchbox looking thing. it gets up to 300 degrees. a lot like a slow cooker. i pack my dinner in it and plug it in about three hours from my destination. when i get there i ring the dinner bell and eat.
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John, do you mean you pack your RAW dinner in it and e'thing cooks for 3 hours or does it just heat an already cooked meal?
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crockpot lasagna:

the recipe is essentially exactly the way you'd make it in a casserole dish for the oven----but purchase some no-boil lasagna pasta and break them up to fit...layer the same way as you'd normally do---but what i loved was that the hamburger did NOT need pre-browning. i did, however, not use any chopped celery as i would have at home, because i wasn't sure it would soften enough. once it is layered in the crockpot, it was on low high for 3 -4 hours. don't stir or else you'll mush up the layers. turned out excellently. good luck.
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I tried the CP Muffin Cake!

I tried the muffin mix in my crockpot and it sure was good. My CP is an oval one so I was worried that it would cook too fast since it was such a thin layer. It cooked an hour on high and it was really good.
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I'm gonna try crock pot corn bread.Maybe Jiffy Mix?
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Our Crock pot is the cylyndrical type. The inside vessel is about 5" across and 5" deep, possibly 2 quarts. I suspect it's about the smallest size you can buy....
What is the make of your little crock pot? Mine is a Regal but a bit large to take in the Boler. Anxious to try the muffin and stew recipes on our trip south next month.
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