15 Delicious Crockpot Sunday Recipes! @foodie @foodiebyglam

*This is a sponsored post with Foodie.com. All my opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.*

When Sunday comes, I am usually exhausted and want to spend the day with my family. By the time I come back from our weekly gatherings, I usually am too tired to cook. One way I deal with this is by using my crockpot for most of my Sunday dinners. The crockpot is an easy and reliable way to get a piping hot meal served to my family in no time at all!

I decided to visit Foodie.com and find some great recipes for various dinner crockpot ideas. There is nothing like learning new crockpot recipes to make at my home, on a perfect Sunday. Ā One of my favorites is this Crockpot Taco Chicken that looks so unbelievably good and takes no time to make!


Another favorite was Crockpot Beef Brisket in Balsamic Blackberry Sauce. This looks perfect to make for the upcoming Passover/Easter season!


Enjoy these recipes!

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Do you have a favorite Crockpot Recipe for a great Sunday night Dinner?




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  1. says

    That beef brisket looks amazing. I just got my replacement crock pot in today (mine was broken in an move) and it is actually more than a crock pot so I am dying to use it. I will be trying one of these tomorrow, will be hunting through them to see what I have the ingredients for.

  2. Pam says

    I love crock pot meals. Especially right now because I don’t have a kitchen. I am going to try one of these this week.

  3. says

    You’ve got some great ones here. My family’s favorite right now is a Moroccan Chicken Crock Pot recipe we’ve used a few times.

  4. Michael Lambert says

    My wife and I have been looking for some good crock pot recipes and a lot of these sounds pretty good.

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