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Thursday, July 7, 2016

Hot Deli Ham Sandwiches for the Crock-pot...

Afternoon friends!! We just got back from a HUGE grocery shopping haul. I geared us up for the next few weeks, so I don't have to take my VERY pregnant self to the grocery store. Walking any sort of long distance is killer to my hips and growing basketball belly.....and yes walking around a grocery store has become quite the workout friends. My feet are exhausted! It does feel good though to have the fridge, freezer, and pantry stocked for when Miss Tallia makes her debut. I am 36 weeks on Sunday and she could come anytime after that. I usually go early, so we'll see if she continues that trend or makes her own timeline :) It took us about two hours to get the shopping done, but with the help of my kiddos, we got one and a half carts full home and put away. I made sure to take a video and plan to share it in the upcoming weeks. Be on the look out for it.

Today though I wanted to hop on here and share a recipe I mentioned in a menu plan a few weeks back. The recipe is for hot deli ham sandwiches. This is a recipe I originally found years ago from Monica at The Homespun Heart. I love Monica's blog! She's so encouraging :)

I have created a video tutorial for you and a recipe card as well. It makes this mama happy that you guys are loving the recipes I have been sharing and have been using the recipe cards to add to your own collection.

Also I am almost to 5,000 subscribers on youtube! Ahh that is exciting! It is so fun to know that my channel is getting out there and so many new friends are joining me on this journey. Thank you guys for every share and like. You guys are the best!!

print recipe card here

Hot Deli Ham Sandwiches for the Crock-pot

3 lbs. sliced deli ham
2 cups apple juice
2/3 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup sweet pickle relish
2 tsp prepared mustard
1 tsp paprika

rolls for serving

Place ham in crock-pot. Mix remaining ingredients in a bowl. Pour over ham. Cook on low for 4-5 hours. Serve on rolls.


XO Danielle
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