When looking into changing our diet to a more whole foods diet while on a budget, I found Stacy's site and what a blessing she has been. I've learn a great deal from Stacy and my own family LOVES her recipes. That's why I'm so excited about my guest post. Today I get to share one of my own recipes, inspired by Stacy's love of the crock pot.
Below is a sneak peak. Follow the links to see the whole post:
I’m a recent convert to the crockpot. Not that I didn’t use a crockpot before, but now that I’m home
with my girls, it’s become a staple in our house. I’ll be honest, it’s just easier to fix something quickly
and then spend the rest of the day chasing my girls down…and yes, they do move that quickly.
Once I became a fan of Stacy, my love of the crockpot deepened even more. I used to think crockpots
were only useful for soups and meats covered in some type of sauce. Now I make our yogurt, breakfast
casseroles, oatmeal, and even “fancier” dinner items consistently.
Today I wanted to share one of the “fancier” items I regularly cook, Cranberry Apple Stuffed Pork Loin. It’s a recipe that I like for company. A delicious meal that is easy to throw together, but will impress whomever is coming to dinner. It started as an oven roasted recipe, but I found myself crouched over the hot oven basting the pork…forever. A great taste, but inefficient and all of us mommies know that an efficient use of your time is key to a happy mom.
Read the rest at Stacy Makes Cents and find out more about Stacy at her site and on Facebook.