Myself and some other bloggers are working with Manwich to give you guys a case of the Mandays! We are offering up great recipes ideas, that are easy, that the whole family will love! We want to bring everyone to the table to enjoy a delicious meal, but that didn’t make you a slave in the kitchen to make.
Sometimes when it’s dinner time I do not want to be cooking dinner. Okay most nights are like that. I’m tired from a full day of working, playing and now taking Landon to speech therapy. Other nights it’s because I get up way too early and well around noon I’m ready for bed. Which is why I love anything that is cooked in the Slow Cooker. Because I can set it up in the morning when I have energy and just enjoy it later on in the evening. Which leaves me more time to hang out with the kids at night.
That’s why when I was asked to create a recipe for Manwich I knew I just had to do something in the Slow Cooker. Those are the most easiest for me, and I know it brings my family to the table! I also had to fight against my husband’s notion that there was meat in the sauce. I had to let him know, there are none, it’s just a sauce. My Mother In Law thought the same thing. So it was nice to break their thoughts on Manwich! We’ll be having it more often I am sure!
- 4 Boneless Pork Chops
- 1 Green Pepper
- 1 Onion
- 2 cans of Manwich – I used Original
- Shredded Cheddar Cheese
- Romaine Lettuce
- Rolls or Hamburger buns
- Add pork chops and 4 cups of water to Slow Cooker
- Cook on Low for 6-8 hours
- Pull Pork Chops out of water onto cutting board with slotted spoon
- Drain water from Slow Cooker
- Shred Pork Chops and then add back into slow cooker
- Add Manwich, chopped green peppers and chopped onion
- Cook 2 hours on low
- Put Mixture onto your bun/roll.
- Add shredded cheddar cheese and Romaine Lettuce
To make this recipe even easier which I don’t know how it can. I recommend using Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners. I use them all of the time and it makes clean up a cinch. But also you can prepare some of the ingredients in the morning when you start the recipe or even the night before. For instance chopping the pepper and onion. That way you just have to add them in later on in the day!
Twitter Party! Tonight since it’s Manday there will be a twitter party starting at 8pm EST. Follow along with the hashtag #Manwich and the host is @ResourcefulMom. I will be the featured Expert of the week! The topic will be on Weeknight Meals.
I am lucky enough to give away one Manwich Survival Kit to 1 reader. It includes
- 1 Calphalon skillet ($80 value!)
- 4 Manwich bibs (one for each member of the family)
- 1 wooden spoon
- 1 mini canister of handwipes
- $50 grocery gift card
- Manwich product
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Note: I am a Manwich Ambassador and have been compensated for my time. All opinions are my own.