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Crockpot beans and sausage

This stuff is soooooooo yummy!

This week’s easy but super-yummy recipe is courtesy of Holly, a dear friend of mine.  She is seriously one of the best cooks I know.  And she makes everything look so simple to make!  So when she cooked this beans-and-sausage and served it to me, I asked for the recipe.  She said, “Oh, it’s the easiest thing I make, but it’s so good!”  I thought, “Yeah, easy for you maybe…”  But she was right!!! This is probably the simplest recipe I’ll ever share here, but man is it delicious!

HOLLY’S CROCKPOT SAUSAGE AND BEANS

1 lb. dry pinto beans

1 onion, chopped

2 chicken (pollo) bouillon cubes or seasoning packets

(found in Hispanic section of grocery store)

2 1-lb. packages skinless smoked sausage, cut into bite-size pieces.

(Eckrich and John Morell both make skinless)

Salt and Pepper

Soak beans overnight.  Rinse and put in crockpot.  Add onion, bouillon, and sausage. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Add enough water to make pot 3/4 full.

Cook on low 8-10 hours or high 4-5 hours.  Serve over rice.

SUPER RESTAURANT DEALS FOR THE WEEKEND…

Chili’s offers free Skillet Queso and Chips – all you have to do is sign up for their email list.  They don’t send too many emails.  Click here to enroll and print your coupon.  

Chuck E. Cheese’s has great token and pizza coupons on their website.  You can subscribe to receive emails with printable coupons, including free tokens for your child’s birthday.  Many times they will also have a printable chart or activity that encourages character-building.  Everyone knows they have pizza, and it’s decent, but they also have chicken and sandwiches on their menu; their salad bar is pretty good!  Check out the Chuck-E-Club here. (Tip: When A.W. was preschool age, I would only take him to Chuck E. Cheese’s on a weekday when school was in session.  Now that he is in school, I only take him on days when his school district is on break, but the schools near the restaurant are in session.  This limits the number of visits we make, but it is worth it to have a much quieter, less crowded atmosphere!)

IHOP is serving up All-You-Can-Eat Pancakes during October, starting at only $4.99!  Click here to find your nearest IHOP restaurant (just in case you don’t know where it is…) and while you’re on their website, subscribe to receive their emails.  Follow them on Facebook to be the first to hear about their specials!

Have a wonderful Friday!  God bless you and keep you safe.

My foot has held fast to His steps;
I have kept His way and not turned aside.

I have not departed from the commandment of His lips;
I have treasured the words of His mouth
More than my necessary food. ~ Job 23:11-12

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