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Day 11 Crockpot Challenge Hamburger Soup

I must admit at this challenge goes on it gets harder and harder to find new things to make. I never realized how much of a rut I really cook in making the same thing way to often. this is kind of a creation that I threw together that turned out pretty yummy if I must say so myself.

8 Cups of water
3 Tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce
1 Tablespoon A-1
2 Garlic Cloves (grated)
1 Teaspoon Onion powder
1 Cup Chopped carrots
2 Cups Chopped Potatoes
1 Pound Ground Beef

This is a really simple one which is just the way I like it :O) just throw everything in your crockpot and turn it on . Low if you are going to let it cook all day! I didn't have any other vegetables available because tomorrow is shopping day but I imagine any added veggies will make it that much better ;O)

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Melanie B said…
My kids would probably love this!

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