So this was our Mother’s Day Dinner. I had seen various similar recipes around but they were all for the oven. Of course, in my kitchen we try to use the oven as little as possible, so I figured we must find a way to do a Potato Tin Foil Dinner in the crock. It’s rather easy to do normal Baked Potatoes with nothing but a bit of butter and Salt, but wanted to have the yummiest, most sensational Dinner we could (too bad I had to cook it!). With this recipe I made 7 Baked Potatoes, it took 2 crock-pots, but you plan it with as many family members as you are serving, so use the ingredients and amounts as a guide but there will be no hard or fast rule with this recipe. You can’t really foul it up. By the way, pretty sure this was the best smelling recipe I have ever made! We were drooling by the time it was done.
Hi I'm Sarah, I live in very rural Kansas with my 3 children. We also have 3 hens, Betty Lou, Dinozzo, Jenny Jewel. Our fun involves gardening, living in an iconic area of the country where corn fields,small towns, tractors, farmers and hard work are still very important and occasionally when we need some adventure we drive on over the border to Missouri where the real shopping stores are...aka Target. I grew up in Utah so I enjoy commemorating with Heidi over everything Rocky Mountains.
5 Comments on "Crock-Pot Baked Potato Tin Foil Dinner"
Hi we are Heidi, Katie & Sarah and together we are the Crock-Pot Ladies here to save the day with easy slow cooker recipes that everyone will enjoy! We love cooking and experimenting in our crockpots and sharing our creations with you, our readers!