Farmersgirl Kitchen

My Last Slow Cooked Challenge Round-Up Feb 17

Do not fear dear readers, although this is MY last Slow Cooked Challenge Round-Up, the Slow Cooked Challenge lives on!  My co-host Lucy of Baking Queen 74 will be taking

How to make Slow Cooker Haggis Lasagne (no pasta)

Slow Cooker Haggis Lasagne Haggis isn’t only for Burns Night, it makes a tasty and filling meal, particularly in winter.  This particular recipe for Slow Cooker Haggis Lasagne came about

Slow Cooker Greek Baker’s Pot

One of my goals for Jumpstart January is to eat two meat-free meals each week.   Slow Cooker Greek Baker’s Pot is one of the dishes I’ve made to help me

Slow Cooker Chocolate Caramel Puddings

Slow Cooker Chocolate Caramel Puddings are the perfect midwinter treat, and these little puddings have a secret, a special treat inside that makes them even more delicious. Inside each of the  little

Slow Cooker Coconut Chicken Curry

Slow Cooker Coconut Chicken Curry is a rich and creamy curry, made easy with curry paste and coconut milk.  I always have good intentions to roast and grind my own

Slow Cooked Challenge Round Up October 2016

We’ve had a lot of exceptionally good weather in October this year, however there have been some damp days and some chilly mornings, so  warming comfort foods from across the

Slow Cooker Tamarind and Orange Chicken

October is here and the leaves are turning yellow, red and gold.  The cooler weather and shorter days demand piping hot bowls of soup, rich and comforting stews and bakes.

Slow Cooker Chicken Pot Pie

This Slow Cooker Chicken Pot Pie is just perfect for those cooler days. Making the Pot Pie in the Slow Cooker means it is really convenient and packed with flavour.

Summer Slow Cooker Recipes

The Summer Slow Cooked Challenge Round Up is rather short, and exclusively features my friend and Linky co-host, Lucy from Baking Queen 74 who has cooked up three beautiful Summer recipes

Summer Slow Cooked Challenge

Summer has arrived in Scotland at last, we’ve been eating outside on the patio and soaking up the warmth of the sun.  It’s also  time to launch the Summer Slow