In less than a month I’m attending the Moms Meet Virtual WOW Summit!
I’m so excited to be attending the Moms Meet Virtual WOW Summit! This three-day online event is focused on raising happy and healthy families, and you can do it all from the comfort of your own home! Join Moms Meet and me for Virtual WOW Summit from March 9–11.
From attending educational workshops and hearing from compelling speakers to networking with like-minded moms, you’ll walk away equipped with the knowledge you need to raise a happy and healthy family. The best part—it’s totally free to attend if you are a member of Moms Meet (and joining Moms Meet is free)! There’s even a unique Track just for bloggers and influencers. Learn more here.
I’ve been to two Wow Summits in the past- It’s an amazing experience, definitely an event worth your time!
This is an easy recipe, and it is divine! You may already have most of the ingredients in your kitchen too!
It’s pretty flexible when it comes to the meat- You want a good roast with some marbling. Chuck Roast, Tri-tip, Round Roast, Rump Roast are all good options. This recipe cooks low and slow all day. Break out your slow cooker my friends!
In a heavy-bottomed cast-iron skillet or dutch oven, heat canola oil, add beef, and sear each side for 5-8 minutes. You want a nice brown crust on each side. If the piece is large, cut it in pieces to fit into your slow cooker.
As the meat is searing, in your slow cooker pour frozen vegetables.
In a mixing bowl, mix tomato sauce, salsa, and spices.
Place the meat in the slow cooker, and pour water into the pan that browned meat. Stir and scrape off any browned/burned bits off the bottom of the pan. Pour that water into the sauce bowl and mix thoroughly.
Pour sauce over meat and cook on low in the slow cooker for 10+hours.
Pull meat out, and shred with two forks. Return to the slow cooker, and keep simmering on low until the sides are ready to eat.
I serve this meat with beans, rice, tortillas, Corn and Avocado Salsa, and a green salad. It keeps well in the fridge for a few days, and you can freeze it as well. It’s also excellent in the morning with eggs in a breakfast burrito.
It’s the middle of February, and if one of your goals for the new year is to save money, check out the coupons below! I’ve been printing and clipping coupons for years (decades really), and while the coupon values have dwindled over the past few years, I still manage to find some good ones to share with you a few times a month.