Well, the best laid plans...you know.
We ended up staying much later than expected, and eating way more than expected. Nobody wanted to eat when we got home.
In the fridge this went for another time.
My mother in law was coming over the next day to do some shopping. I threw this back in the crock pot thinking it would make for a super easy lunch.
What I wasn't thinking about was her major sodium issues. If she has just a smidge too much salt, she blows up like a puffer fish. It's not pretty.
When I know she is coming over, I plan accordingly.
Well, this was a last minute thing.
I am pleased to announce that since this soup calls for water and no broth, she was fine!
The rest of us sprinkled a bit of parmesan because we felt it needed some extra saltiness, but that's all good.
2 Lb ground beef
1 Envelope onion soup mix
1 Cup Italian bread crumbs
10 Cups water
1 Can tomato soup
4 Carrots (chopped)
3 Potatoes (chopped)
2-3 Handfuls of fresh green beans (chopped)
1 Large onion (chopped)
1-2 Tsp pepper
1-2 Tsp salt
2 Tsp onion powder
2 Tsp Garlic powder
1. Mix all meatball ingredients.
2. Roll into “golf ball” sized balls and fry in a skillet until cooked
3. Mix all ingredients in a crock pot4. Cook on low for 7-9 hours
Adapted from: Slow Cooker Adventures
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