Hamburger helper in the crock pot

Yes with the help of your microwave you can do hamburger helper in the crock pot, so when school is out your food is ready. Here is how I do it. I brown the hamburger in the microwave, add all the ingredients, stir well, then i place it in my crock pot. I add about 1 more cup of water then the recipe calls for. Heat the pot on high until you can tell its starting to get bubbly, then stir it a bit, and turn on low. Off to school you go. It will be ready to eat with-in a few hours. You can get it all ready the night before but don’t add the liquid until you are ready to start it cooking. If you know that you probably wont be eating until later in the day, just start it on low and it will still cook, just takes longer. Try not to take the lid off and on, leave the lid on until you are about ready to eat. If it looks like its to thick, heat some water in the microwave and add it to the food at the end of cooking. I like to top it off for the last 1/2 hour with some shredded cheese, but you can get creative and add somethings you like, maybe bacon chips, crushed rice crispies what ever your favorate taste is, add it.  ( It helps to spray the pot with a veg. cooking spray for a easier clean up)

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  1. Probably it would be fine, but there are crock pot liners on the marekt. (I think made by the Reynolds Wrap people) They’re supposed to keep the crock pot clean. I used one once and everything started out just fine, but after a few hours, the bottom of the crock pot broke! I had to throw away the meal just before dinner! NOT COOL!!! I had the kind that you can pull the pot out for washing. It was fairly new and had no cracks before I started. Maybe I just had bad luck, but I don’t recommend them to anyone!I would write to the company that made your crock pot and tell them that you love it and have used it so mcuh that the paint/glaze is wearing off. Who knows-they might just replace it for you to keep a customer happy. At least they would know if it was safe or not.

  2. Hamburgers are usually a feature of fast food restaurants. The hamburgers served in major fast food establishments are usually mass-produced in factories and frozen for delivery to the site. These hamburgers are thin and of uniform thickness, differing from the traditional American hamburger prepared in homes and conventional restaurants, which is thicker and prepared by hand from ground beef. ”

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