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Next week is exam week, and we all know what that means: last minute studying, busy schedules and planning for winter break.
At the end of the day you may find yourself too exhausted to labor over the stove making dinner. But you don’t have to let the chaos of exam week keep you from enjoying a substantial dinner every night.
Fortunately, if you own a crock-pot there are several, easy meals you can make. Crock-pot meals only require minimal prep times and simple ingredients. Just throw in your ingredients and let the crock-pot do all the hard work for you.
From slow cooker meatballs to a hearty pot roast, there are plenty of recipes to try. In fact, cooking dinner might just become your favorite part of the day, especially when you’re studying for finals all day.
3-Ingredient Grape Jelly Meatballs:
These slow-cooker meatballs are the perfect balance of sweet and tangy. The best part is there are only three ingredients. Pair them on a bed of rice, or add steamed broccoli and carrots to make the recipe your own. You could even substitute the meatballs for mini smoky links.
Be the life of the study session and bring this sweet and tangy treat to serve to your late-night study group.
Slow Cooker Pot Roast:
Pot roast is a great comfort food that is sure to end your day on a happy note. Prepare this meal in the morning, and when you come home later, dinner will be ready to enjoy. All of the ingredients are preference based, so feel free to replace or omit any of the veggies. Pot roast is great because the next day you can re-heat it in a pan and add a fried egg to make pot roast hash.
This is a filling, easy meal that is also vegetarian friendly. Lasagna is a classic dish, and it also provides the energy to study all night.
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