Slow and Steady!
Our slow cooker has definitely been a worthy addition to our kitchen arsenal. We got it after finally deciding it’s been way too long into our food blogging careers (can we call this a career?) for us not to have made any slow cooker recipes. Since it’s acceptance into our home, we used it to make some extra tasty recipes. We’re huge fans of the way our meat of choice comes out delicate, moist and effortlessly shredded.
Our recipe for Pulled Pork Tacos was a huge hit, online and offline. Our hungry friends gobbled those things up like they weren’t over 400 calories each. Somehow, when something tastes so good, your stomach can forgive the swelling it’s experiencing.
This time around, we opted for a beefy recipe for a simple, delicious burrito. The recipe for the slow cooker remained similar, with only a few alterations. We used a variety of different spices to create a smoky, deep flavor and, of course, a great sugar-free BBQ sauce. If you haven’t heard of Walden Farms, where have you been? They make a range of sugar-free products from pancakes syrups to BBQ sauces to peanut buttery spreads. These sauces are also fat-free, calorie-free and, sometimes, full of some weird ingredients.
Walden Farms BBQ Sauce is a relatively good option when you’re looking for a sugar-free alternative to tradition BBQ sauce. We don’t indulge in BBQ Beef Burritos often, but we like to keep a bottle in the fridge for the few occasions we do. Everything in moderation!
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