There are some foods that can go with anything. Chili is a great dish because you can always mix it up however you want! You can have chicken, vegetarian, etc. This Hearty Beef Chili is a great version because you can prep it easily and let it cook all day while you do other stuff and it will be ready to chow down when you are! If you want to let this simmer on the stove instead, just follow the instructions and put it in a soup pot on low to cook nice and thick for you. I prefer to top with cheddar cheese and sour cream but you can use whatever you want; jalapeños, use a piece of Honey Cornbread for dipping, anything goes! [Read more…]
I love baked potatoes! Especially Crockpot Baked Potatoes! They are an easy side dish that can be filled with anything! Sometimes though, they can hold up your dinner if they don’t cook long enough in the oven. If you want to take that worry away, you can make them right in your crockpot! They come out soft and delicious and you don’t have to worry about timing them around your main course. You let them slow cook away and they will be ready just in time. They will also save you on oven space since these will be cooked elsewhere. All you need to get ready is all of your favorite toppings, you can watch the butter and cheese melt right in and your ready to eat! [Read more…]
January is the time where every starts over and tries to commit to a healthier lifestyle. This is harder for some people but there are ways to help make the lifestyle choices you need to. This Skinny Spinach Dip is a great option for those who are trying to cut calories but can’t seem to give up their favorite foods! This version makes about 10 servings and is 173 calories per serving! Plus it’s so filling that you can eat it by itself and it will fill you up thanks to the spinach and peppers! [Read more…]
I love coming up with different ways to make chicken. It can get boring if you have a chicken heavy diet without variety to there are tons of recipes here that can get you out of that rut. Like Pineapple Salsa Chicken! Pineapple in salsa is a great combination, the sweetness of the fruit helps counteract the spiciness of the salsa so it makes for a really delicious mix of flavors! This meal gets slow cooked in the crockpot so you can prep it and then get other things done while this simmers away for you. If you can’t handle a lot of spice you can take out the jalapeño or the chili powder to tone down the heat for you. [Read more…]
It’s hard to believe another year is already gone but here we are a few hours away from 2017! I myself had an eventful year but I’m very happy with the growth of Domesticated Wild Child and this is the year that saw a big profit which I hope will continue into next year. Whether you follow me on social media or by my email newsletter, I just want to let you know that I appreciate all of you who comment and share! You are awesome! I think I’m not the only one who thought this year had some big ups and downs and I hope everyone has a safe and happy new year and a wonderful 2017!
Now, back to work. Here is a list of the top ten posts that got the most hits and shares this year. Some are repeats from last year, you can see that list here, while we have a few newbies on this list. I hope you enjoy and maybe find something new you haven’t read yet. Happy New Year! [Read more…]
Everyone needs a great, easy crockpot recipe for a busy day! This is full of flavor and very filling. Your whole family will love it as it has a little something for everyone. If you are like me and have a family member who loves stuffing any time of the day, they will love how much is in here. This also makes the chicken so far apart tender that all you need to do is scoop in and enjoy! The stuffing came out super moist but if you want to make it a little more dry, leave out the sour cream or only add a half cup. [Read more…]
Now that fall is here, my crockpot is getting used more and more. This is a great recipe to make for a busy day or if you are feeding a group and want something nice and easy. You can make this for Sunday football and have it ready by the 4 pm game with no problems! I used provolone for the cheese but you can absolutely mix it up and use something different if you want. Some American, Sliced Pepper Jack or some sharp cheddar would all work well with this! I cut right into the middle of the roll to make a little sandwich boat, which helped hold all the yummy goodness inside. [Read more…]