I am always looking at recipes online as well as cookbooks. I used to collect cookbooks. Before our last move, I donated almost half of them to various places. But now, I still look for anything that "looks good" and I would actually consider making not just to "collect" it. This recipe is one of those I came across online and printed for use at some point. Last night I decided to throw it together and see what happens. After I put it into the crockpot, I sat down and made the scrapbook page layout to share with you. Then this morning we took pictures of it to show you how it turned out. IT WAS DELICIOUS! Only thing I think I have a problem with is that I started it at 10PM and we didn't eat till 7:30am so I think it was in the crockpot too long. Next time I think I will plan that timing a little better.
All the digital elements I used in the recipe scrap page layout are from Paulette at Create with TLC.
Just right click and tell it to open in a new window or tab and it will open to full size for you to save to your own computer. I made this in 200DPI so it is better for printing than the typical 72 or 100 dpi images. Just tell your printer to FIT TO PAGE or whatever similar setting your brand printer might use.
Again, this image will open larger for better viewing as well.
I recommend trying this anytime!!
HAPPY FALL YA'LL!