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Slow Cooker Split Pea Soup Recipe: Dinner for $10

pea soup recipesWhat’s not to love about this slow cooker split pea soup recipe? It takes just 15 minutes to prepare, and it cooks on the low-heat setting of your slow cooker for 8 to 10 hours, making it the perfect recipe to throw together before you leave for work in the morning. And when you get home? You’ve got a hot, savory, homemade soup waiting for you, with creamy, melt-in-your-mouth split peas richly flavored by the slow-cooked ham. Pick up a loaf of crusty bread after you leave work, and—voilá!—dinner is served. It’s easier (and better for you) than sitting in line at the drive-thru, and it makes 4 servings at just $2.47 per serving.


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Make this Slow Cooker Split Pea Soup!



These slow-cook soups cook all day, so you can come home to a piping hot dinner:






4 Responses to “Slow Cooker Split Pea Soup Recipe: Dinner for $10”

  • Jarred says:

    This is absolutely brilliant! Congratulations on trying to revitalize the written word no texting, no email, no whatever’s next! I don’t own a computer proud of being “computer free”. Maybe old fashioned, but receiving a hand written letter is heading to be so refreshing! Thanks for focusing on a rapidly declining art the hand written letter and/or note.Can’t wait around to receive my first letter! Judy Robertson

  • Chanel says:

    not whenever they really dont treatment about our survival which they dont it may be bullshit but when it does take place it will in all probability be somthing such as this . NO warning whatsoever, thats why each of the important governments of the planet have been developing underground bunkers which most likely want do the job anyway

  • Valene says:

    Got my first letter yesterday! Loved it. I feel like I am a piece of something great which is just starting to occur. Feeling a strange perception of community around it all. Maybe you might be on to something here! Who would have ever considered that people would essentially print out words on paper just to have it sent in the mail to another person’s mailbox. Next thing you know, peoe is going to be growing their own food and walking or riding bikes everywhere. It’ll by no means work, damn progress.

  • Caryl says:

    Once i retire I would enjoy to move to Hawaii.

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