CROCKPOT DINNERS | WHAT’S FOR DINNER? | CROCKPOT SOUPS | CROCKTOBER

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It’s Crocktober !!! YAY! One of my favorite things to make in the Crock-Pot is a yummy soup. This week I’m sharing 3 soups that are great for any time of year, but especially the fall and winter months! I have done a LOT of other soup recipes on my channel so be sure to check those out (linked below). Today’s video is in collaboration with my sweet friend, Amber. Here’s her video: Housewife Home Life YouTube channel: 0:00 Introduction 1:42 Italian Meatball soup 7:15 Creamy Sausage and Potato soup 16:17 What is Subbie Supper? 17:54 Subbie Intro 18:56 Chicken Brunswick Stew THIS WEEK’S RECIPES: ITALIAN MEATBALL SOUP: CREAMY SAUSAGE AND POTATO SOUP: * SUBBIE SUPPER * Submitted by Cati CHICKEN BRUNSWICK STEW 6 cloves fresh garlic, coarsely chopped 2 (15-oz) can lima beans, drained 8 slices bacon 2 (14.5-oz) can fire-roasted diced tomatoes 1 can black beans, drained and rinsed 5 cups chicken broth (or stock) 1 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoon pepper 2 (9-oz) packages fully-cooked chicken breast 1 big package of frozen corn 1 onion chopped 4 tablespoons chipotle pepper sauce 1 cup barbecue sauce 2/3 cup apple cider vinegar 1. Cook bacon, remove from pan. 2. Cook chopped onions in bacon grease until tender, then add garlic and cook until aromatic. 3. Dump all ingredients listed above in crockpot, then add the garlic and onions. 4. Cook on high 3-4 hours or on low 5-6 hours. This recipe makes a good amount and I always freeze the left overs and save them for another dinner. WANT MORE SOUP RECIPES ?? 1. CHILI & CORNBREAD: 2. BAKED POTATO SOUP: 3. PASTA E FAGIOLI: 4. CHEESEBURGER SOUP: 5. CREAMY PARMESAN TOMATO TORTELLINI SOUP: 6. TUSCAN BEAN SOUP, STUFFED PEPPERUP, CH VIDEO SOUP (SOUP) ONE TORTILLAUP : 7. ITALIAN SAUSAGE AND ORZO SOUP: WHAT’S FOR DINNER PLAYLIST: Want to submit a Subbie Supper recipe to be featured in an upcoming What’s for Dinner video? Email: mandyinthemaking2018@gmail.com SUBJECT: Subbie Supper PLEASE THUMBS UP & SUBSCRIBE! Join my Instagram Fam! – @mandy_in_the_making I’m on Pinterest, too – ___________________________________________________________________________________ My AMAZON storefront where I have all my favorites linked: (Including my veggie / onion chopper) BEST COFFEEMAKER EVER !! (CARAFE & K-CUPS): BEST CHEESE GRATER! MY PROGRAMMABLE CROCK POT: NINJA AIR FRYER: BEST MOP I’VE EVER USED: MY FAVORITE COOKBOOK: MY FAVORITE T-SHIRTS: Use the code MANDY10 for 10% off! ________________________________________________________________ Business & Collaboration Inquires – mandyinthemaking@influint.co Music Credits: Song: Little Idea * This video is NOT sponsored. Some of the links above are affiliate links that I earn a small commission from. They don’t raise your price paid. Thank you for supporting my small channel! #whatsfordinner #crockpotsoups #crockpotmeals.

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  1. This was great! My wife likes the idea of the meatball soup so gonna try that one first. U just got 1 more sub 👍🏾.

    Edit: I just made this and it tastes extremely bland -_-. I'll definitely need to add salt to my portion, my wife's not a big salt fan so hopefully she'll love it. I made it as you suggested minus the dry wine and we made homemade meatballs because all the store bought ones have dairy and we have a dairy allergy.

  2. Hey Mandy – I'm loving your show! I've only seen a couple of episodes so far, but I already know that I'll definitely be watching regularly. I think it's great that you include your hubby and son on the show; they seem to really enjoy taking part, and make it all the more interesting. Thanks, and keep 'em coming!

  3. Brunswick stew with pork and chicken and much more chicken than pork but they've all been barbecued so it's all like the same color. I haven't been to a Southern Restaurant to have it but I do make a pretty good one I got the recipe from a very old guy who makes more than 10 gallons every year and it Cooks 24 hours on low. More power to him! I used to cook in huge badges because I would send some to my family members and Friends. My last family member died last August and that was my mother I have no family left and no close friends because I lived overseas for so long. I will be getting a small home of my own in the neighborhood instead of on the 5th floor and hopefully I will be making friends I love to have a Christmas Eve open house and then go to services. My normal Christmas dinner is a prime rib.

  4. I hope you and everyone do not think me bitching! I love to teach and I have a wide knowledge base so I just drop in facts or food facts whenever it hits my head while I'm watching you. Never would I be bitching I don't do that. I'm too old to waste the time being bitchy. 🙂

  5. Alcohol will not cook out in the Crockpot meal. It has to be set alight and wait until it goes out on its own and then there is still a little alcohol left. I didn't like it when I first had it like Cole however very quickly it became a nice flavor to me so keep serving things with red wine so that he likes the flavor because red wine is essential in many dishes. What is wrong with the word moist these days? It is an adjectives that describes something pleasant what am I supposed to say this soup is juicy?! That sounds words! Moist is vital for cakes and quick breads. I'm probably your mother's age barely. Moist was always a good word and then people started saying yuck! I still use moist so tell Steven we were in the club of moist.

  6. I found you by accident a few weeks ago and have been watching schedule is so I went ahead and subscribed. I definitely want to try that sausage and potato soup. I enjoy seeing the reactions and listening to the opinions of your husband and son. Love your kitty cat too.

  7. I love buttermilk with cornbread but if I don't have buttermilk I use regular milk it is so good. Corn bread is the best go to bread for any meal. I love how your family is really in to all the good southern foods iui have seen people that live in Tennessee don't cook southern food they like Amish food alot of times. My family is from Tennessee but I live in Pennsylvania and I'm not far from the Amish and they do have alot of really good food but I'm still a southern food gal. Lol

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