Every now and then I crave Cabbage Rolls, yet I never set out to actually make them. Why? Because even thinking about rolling each and every one is enough to make me resort to making an entirely different recipe.
These Slow Cooker Lazy Cabbage Rolls are the ideal solution to this problem, it’s a one pot meal that has all the same great taste. In fact, it’s a simple crockpot recipe!
Every fall season I fall in love with my slow cooker again and again, having that warm comforting meal ready when I walk in the door is something to applaud over. It seems these days we’re running like crazy from activity to appointment and to activity again – so slow cooker meals are my top go-to’s.
I realized that as soon as I even think about what to make for dinner each day, my mind immediately searches slow cooker meals, while taking inventory of the ingredients I have on hand. Many times while the girls are eating breakfast in the morning, I’m prepping the slow cooker already – pleased that I won’t have to worry about it later.
When making Slow Cooker Lazy Cabbage Rolls, you can serve them as a side dish along with some garlic sausage, or eat as it on its own. It’s also nice to have the leftovers for a quick reheat, or packing some in a thermos for school lunches.
Slow Cooker Lazy Cabbage Rolls is one of those ultimate fall meals that fill the belly and soul with goodness.
Slow Cooker Lazy Cabbage Rolls
When making Slow Cooker Lazy Cabbage Rolls, you can serve them as a side dish along with some garlic sausage, or eat as it on its own.
- ½ lb . Ground beef
- ½ package Coleslaw prepared, without dressing
- 4 cups Rice cooked
- 2 stalks Celery chopped
- ½ Onion chopped
- 6 slices Bacon cooked and chopped
- 1 can Tomatoes 14oz, diced
- ¼ cup Whipping Cream
- 2 tsp Garlic minced
- 1 – 2 tbsp Dill weed dried
- Salt and Pepper to taste
In a frying pan, sauté the celery, onion, garlic, 1 tbsp dill, and ground beef until the ground beef is no longer pink. Season with salt and pepper
Transfer the mixture to the slow cooker.
Add the cooked rice, coleslaw, bacon, tomatoes, and remaining dill weed. Mix very well.
Pour the cream over the top, and cook on low for approximately 2 - 3 hours.
Serve as a side dish along with some garlic sausage for dinner, or eat as it on its own.
How often do you make cabbage rolls?