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16 Crockpot Recipes for the Autumn Season

I love cooking in the fall. I don't enjoy cooking at any other time, but for some reason I'm OK with it during the autumn season....

This collection of crockpot recipes is perfect for cooler autumn weather.

I love cooking in the fall. I don't enjoy cooking at any other time, but for some reason I'm OK with it during the autumn season.

One thing I appreciate, during these busy homeschool days, is the ability to use the crockpot. There's something so wonderful about coming home from a day of activities, nature studies or field trips to find dinner is ready and waiting for us.


With that in mind, I have gotten together with some friends to put together this collection of crockpot recipes for the fall season. These foods are sure to warm your bones when the temperatures drop.

Grandma's Crockpot Ground Beef Stew

{This post may contain affiliate links .} You may know this dish by a variety of names: Hobo Stew, Beggar Stew or Mulligan stew are of ...

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Also known as hobo stew, mulligan stew and beggar's stew, this delicious, slightly recipe is great for fall and winter days.

You may know this dish by a variety of names: Hobo Stew, Beggar Stew or Mulligan stew are of few.

My grandma, who raised me, used to make this on Sundays. I always enjoyed entering the warm house from the brisk fall or winter air, to be welcomed by the smell of this stew. 


Ahhhh... memories.

I like making this crockpot meal because it's fast, easy and affordable. In today's recipe I didn't include potatoes, but I usually do and you certainly can.




Perfect Hearty Chili Recipe

I love chili. I don't often make it, but when I do, it's an event! The following is a very hearty chili recipe. The tomatoes and s...

This hearty chili recipe offers just the right balance of sweet and spicy.

I love chili. I don't often make it, but when I do, it's an event! The following is a very hearty chili recipe. The tomatoes and sweet peppers offer a sweetness which is readily followed by a spicy hotness. 

If you like spicy foods, eat it alone. If you need to tone down the amount of spice, eat it with saltines or sweet corn bread. Or throw a dollop of sour cream into the chili. It is easily balanced. That how we do it. The youngest children can tame the "hot" while the adults the spiciness. 


Perfect!