This post comes at such a good time for me. I am SWAMPED with the new house and blogging is getting to be a little harder to manage. I really need to just follow the example of Heidi from the Crock-Pot Ladies and use that time-saving appliance to its fullest. She is amazing, making delicious main dishes and fantastic desserts.
Hi there everyone, I am Heidi Kennedy from over at Crock-Pot Ladies and I am just thrilled and honored to be featured today here on Frugal Antics of a Harried Homemaker! I am a work-at-home mother to 5 children (ages 21, 15, 9 and 7 year old twins) and I love cooking in my crock-pot and sharing recipes for easy and sometimes adventurous meals and dishes you can make in your crock-pot. There are four us of ladies who share our cooking adventures and we really are having fun (shout out to Tara, Sarah and Katie!) I have really enjoyed participating in the Improv Challenges here at Frugal Antics but have been taking a break from them the past few months because with the kids home during the summer I just haven’t had as much time as I would like…plus I think they suck all the creative juices out of me!
I think so far my most favorite recipe I have done for the Improv Challenge was the Crock-Pot Carrot Cake I did for the carrots and ginger challenge. While a carrot cake does not sound very inventive (like some of the other improvisers) but the challenge for me was baking in the crock-pot, which you can do quite nicely I think!
Today however I wanted to share this really tasty recipe for Crock-Pot Chicken Cordon Bleu…such a oh-la-la sounding dish for dinner but SUPER easy to make and it is great for family meals or even something more fancy…plus it is actually a pretty frugal dish too, it just sounds fancy!