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Day 26 Crockpot Challenge Franks RedHot Kicked Up Casserole

Recently I was given the opportunity to try out 6 different products from Franks Redhot and Frenchs. Over the next 6 days I will be creating and showing you the new and exciting meals that I have created. For today's meal it will also be in the crockpot :O) Here is what you need

1 Pound Ground Beef
5 Tablespoons Franks RedHot Original
2 Tablespoons Frenchs Worcestershire Sauce
1/2 Teaspoon Onion Powder
1/2 Teaspoon Garlic Powder
2 Medium Potatoes
1 Cup Frozen Corn
1 Can Kidney Beans

Now depending on how fatty your meat is you can brown it and drain the meat first. I just threw my raw ground beef into the crockpot. Add in the remaining ingredients. Cook on low for 4-5 hours to make sure your potatoes are done. Now I am really quite a light weight on the heat section so if you can handle the heat feel free to add more Franks RedHot! This is amazing served with cornbread and green beans.


Heather Smith said…
I've never just put raw hamburger into my crock pot.. but it sounds like a great way to save some time!
Mellissa Hanks said…
It won't work for everything but I do it when I can :O) Just make sure to use lean meat or it will be a greasy
amy2blessings said…
It's looks yummy!!!
I actually do this and it is awesome and cooks fast!
RenĂ©e said…
looks delicious! thanks for sharing :)
Erika said…
This looks yummy & so easy! I'm bookmarking this so I can try it later! Thanks
Julie said…
Yummy! On a side note, that corn muffin looks good:)

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