Sunday lunch has always been a challenge for me since my family is famished after worship services. It doesn’t matter if we’re finished at 10:30 or 12:30, I’m starving and the last thing I want is to go home and cook lunch. Am I the only one with this problem?
One of the best solutions that I’ve found to “what to do for Sunday lunch?” is the crockpot. Most recipes can be cooked on high for 2-4 hours, making them ideal for Sunday morning. You can have everything prepped the night before and just set the crockpot in the warmer before heading out the door in the morning.
Knowing that dinner is ready before we even get home is a great feeling. It saves me time, money and the stress of wrestling with two little people in desperate need of a nap while trying to inhale greasy restaurant food.
Here are a few of my favorites:Santa Fe Chicken Slow Cooker Lasagna Crockpot Chicken and Dumplings Creamy Slow Cooker Tortellini Soup General Tso’s Chicken
We’d love to hear your ideas for Sunday supper! Comment below with ideas, suggestions and links to your favorite recipes.
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