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Thursday, August 23, 2007

Disability Blog Carnival and Slow Cooker Thursday

The 21st Disability Blog Carnival is being hosted by Growing Up With A Disability - the theme is Top 10 Lists and my contribution is this post on Facts About Down Syndrome. There are a lot of great Top 10 lists from many other bloggers too.

Now on to today's Slow Cooker Recipe!

Creamy Corn and Broccoli

1 16-oz bag frozen cut broccoli
1 16-oz bag frozen corn
1 10 3/4-oz can cream of chicken soup
1 C shredded American cheese
1/2 C shredded cheddar cheese
1/4 C milk

Lightly coat the inside of the slow cooker with cooking spray. In a very large mixing bowl combine all ingredients. Place in slow cooker.

Cook on low-heat for 5-6 hours, or high-heat for 2.5-3 hours.

For more slow cooker recipes visit Sandra.

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ChupieandJ'smama said...

I can't wait for Jason to outgrow his milk allergy so we can make meals like this. I miss cooking with cheese. We use it, but we add it in afterwards like on tacos. This sounds yummy!

Anonymous said...

sounds yummy

Sniz said...

Yum. I'm going to try this tomorrow! Thanks for posting.

homealonemom said...

What a good idea for a recipe! My daughter with ds will only eat fast food, and since she is skinny I let her. So now she is spoiled and I'm fat from eating fast food too. Your daughter is beautiful with her big blue eyes.

Sandra said...

Sounds so good Michelle :)

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annie said...

Yum, this sounds so good!

K.T. and the funky bunch;) said...

I am always looking for new veggie dish ideas!Thank you!!!!

Karen said...

I couldn't resist sending the blueberry chocolate, it just seemed to fit in well with you blog :-). My friend just had a baby girl yesterday, Stephanie Ruby. It's such a blessing for her. She has two gorgeous sons from her first marriage and had a heart longing for a girl - didn't know what she was having until she arrived. I'm so happy for her. Just wanted to share :-)

Sarah said...

yum, sounds good! I'll have to put that on next week's menu. I hope and pray you're doing well these days. I enjoyed your educational post on Down Syndrome, I learned a bunch! I hope your pregnancy is going well and that you're feeling great. Sorry I've been a bit absent, head over to my blog to read a bit of why if you wish.
Love, Sarah

Stacey said...

This is so easy. :-) This is definitely one that I will try. :-)

Overwhelmed! said...

This recipe sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing.

I'll go check out the 21st Disability Blog Carnival that you've mentioned.

Christi said...

Yummy. That sounds so good I am printing it out.

Julie said...

Yummy! This looks really good. We will have to try it.