Crock pots are the cute little money savers in the kitchen. They help us save time as well as resources. I have found I have been able to feed my family a much healthier diet using much less in the way of ingredients, and it takes me about an hour of prep time the night before the meal. A crock pot however doesn’t just save time. It also saves money.
When you have company over, or a holiday get-together your crock pot is a great way to make a meal that is big enough to feed everyone without costing you half a pay check. You can cook dried beans, use little meat and add spices. There you have a nice soup or chili and it didn’t cost you more than five or six dollars. If you wanted you could add a homemade bread, corn bread or rice as a side dish. It still would be a group meal that costs about fifteen dollars or less.
Crock pots heat up your food and they do so all day. A crock pot can heat up pretty well. They still don’t generate as much heat as having the oven or stove on. You won’t be spending the money on air conditioning to counter the heat coming out of your kitchen. Plus you can still have a healthy hearty home cooked meal.
While it is true that there are unhealthy recipes that can be made in a crock pot, there are many healthy meals that can just as easily be made. They often require less meat. They help you take a step back from frying foods. Cooking healthy with a crock pot doesn’t even take more effort than cooking unhealthy with a crock pot. This means better nutrition for your family and hopefully less medical problems.
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