Friday, October 19, 2012

Crock Pot Ranch Roast

I recently started attempting to feed Miss K cereal. I've been dragging my feet majorly, but last weekend I made up my mind this is the weekend to do it. Oh my goodness I didn't know what I was in for at all!

My mom once told me, or maybe she told me multiple times because I remember her telling me, "Julie I almost broke down in tears when I tried to feed your older brother the first times."

Oh Mom you are totally exaggerating and I have it so much more together it can't be that hard can it? I mean Miss K is a rockstar (not that older bro isn't LOVE YA!) it can't be that bad.

Oh she was right. I kind of want to throw the spoon across the kitchen when it comes to supper time.

It goes something like this....

Cereal in the mouth
Funny face
Cereal out of the mouth, down the bib, down the high chair, you get the picture
Miss K smiles

Honestly?! Why do you have to smile ever time you spit it out.

So tonight I'll try again. Because that's what you do when you are a mom. You keep trying. Someday you will get it. Or Miss K will get it.

Because we are Mom's and even if you aren't I know you love fast recipes since you keep coming back! This is a melt in your mouth dish and it's done when you come home from work. It's a different twist on the general old Crock Post Roast with the ranch but you will not be disappointed! 

Oh if you have any feeding tips let me know!

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Crock Pot Ranch Roast
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2 1/2 lb roast
1 lb red potatoes, halved
1 can cream of chicken soup
8 oz package cream cheese
1 envelope ranch salad dressing mix

1. Coat crock pot with nonstick cooking spray or stick in one of those handy dandy crock pot liners.

2.  Placed halved potatoes on bottom of the crock pot and place meat on the potatoes.

3. In a bowl whisk together soup, cream cheese and dressing mix. Pour over meat and potatoes in slow cooker.

4. Cover and cook on low for 9-10 hours or on high for 4 1/2 to 5 hours.

Recipe From: Six Sisters' Stuff

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At October 20, 2012 at 2:32 AM , Blogger Veronica Miller said...

What an interesting twist on crockpot roast! The creamy sauce is intriguing-never had it like that before but it does sound good. I do love making a roast in the crockpot and it gets all fall-apart tender. *drool* Good luck with the baby feeding!


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