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Easy and succulent Slow Cooker Cuban Mojo Pork made with citrus, garlic and spices resulting in the most tender, delicious and flavored-packed Cuban-style pork. Minimal prep time makes this a perfect meal your family and friends will love!

Easy and succulent Slow Cooker Cuban Mojo Pork made with citrus, garlic and spices resulting in the most tender, delicious and flavored-packed Cuban-style pork. Minimal prep time makes this a perfect meal your family and friends will love!

Crock Pot Baked Potatoes recipe — the easiest way to "bake" a potato is in your slow cooker! Easy method with no clean up. Great for weeknight dinners or to feed a crowd. Recipe at wellplated.com @wellplated

Crock Pot Baked Potatoes recipe — the easiest way to "bake" a potato is in your slow cooker! Easy method with no clean up. Great for weeknight dinners or to feed a crowd. Recipe at wellplated.com @wellplated

Fire roasted tomatoes, flavorful spices, and fresh lime and cilantro to finish. This Mexican Red Lentil Stew is anything but ordinary! BudgetBytes.com

Fire roasted tomatoes, flavorful spices, and fresh lime and cilantro to finish. This Mexican Red Lentil Stew is anything but ordinary! BudgetBytes.com

Recipe: Cheesy Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole — Make-Ahead Breakfast Recipes

Recipe: Cheesy Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole — Make-Ahead Breakfast Recipes

The Easiest Way to Make Eggs for a Crowd | We love the idea of breakfast sandwiches for a crowd, but short-order cooks we are not, nor are we interested in becoming. Instead, we figured out a genius way (if we do say so ourselves) to cook two dozen eggs all at once. We whipped them up in a blender so they were nice and evenly emulsified then poured them into a parchment-lined rimmed baking sheet. Fifteen minutes later, we topped them with ...

The Easiest Way to Make Eggs for a Crowd | We love the idea of breakfast sandwiches for a crowd, but short-order cooks we are not, nor are we interested in becoming. Instead, we figured out a genius way (if we do say so ourselves) to cook two dozen eggs all at once. We whipped them up in a blender so they were nice and evenly emulsified then poured them into a parchment-lined rimmed baking sheet. Fifteen minutes later, we topped them with ...