Friday, August 8, 2008

Eventually I'll stop talking about food, just not today

It's Friday again, wow! This week flew by. Since things have been busy around here I've been trying to use my crock-pot quite a bit. One of our favorite things to eat around here happens to be pizza. Now if you know me that's not a surprise at all. Pizza (other than delivery) is just not something I want to whip up after a busy day so I found a recipe for crock-pot pizza. All the yummy flavors with noodles instead of crust ;) My kind of meal indeed!

1 lb browned hamburger (I used leftover taco meat this week)
2 cans tomato sauce
1 jar spaghetti sauce
1 box rigatoni noodles (any noodle really but this is the best IMO)
2-4 cups shredded mozzarella (I like to use lots!)
8 oz sliced pepperoni

Layer all in crock-pot ending with a good layer of cheese and cook 8 hours on low or 4 hours on high. Great with garlic bread and a salad!!

This is really a versitile recipe because the sauce can be pretty much any tomato based sauce. I've used all spaghetti sauce, all tomato sauce, pizza sauce, or a combo. Just use what you have.

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Miriam said...

oh wow, this recipe sounds so good! I can't wait to try it :)

Renata said...

This recipe sounds great. Thanks for sharing !

Gayle @ thewestiecrew said...

Hey, you can always talk about food to me! It's one of my favorite subjects. ;)

Angie said...
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Angie said...

I goofed on my last post so I'm reposting.

I make this quite a bit. We really like it. I like to make it and take it to church dinners because it makes a lot.

I love the pictures of your family.


Thriftin and Craftin said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I appreciate it. This recipe sounds great. I LOVE crock pot recipes, especially with soccer season coming up. We'll have this for sure.

Gayle @ thewestiecrew said...

I like your changes! What a cutie on your header.. ;)

Mum-me said...

I was wondering - does your crockpot cook enough for a large family? Or do you use two at the same time? I am very interested in purchasing a slow cooker, but the models in shops here just look too small for my family of 8.

Maybe they have bigger ones in USA?