Harry Potter Hogwarts Feast Recipes with Hamilton Beach Slow Cooker

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Harry Potter Hogwarts Feast Recipes with Hamilton Beach Slow Cooker!

The magic of Hogwarts isn't the moving staircases, the trolls in the dungeon, the 3 headed dog guarding a trap door, the live photographs...it's the Great Hall and the amazing food!  Am I right!?  The never ending piles and spreads of food.  Everything you can imagine and could possibly want.
You'll notice if you watch the shows closely, there's hardly any green veggies.  There's no rice, pasta or carb filler.  It's just the good stuff.  Piles of chicken legs and baskets of buttery corn!  This is truly why everyone wants their Hogwarts acceptance letter.
 You know you would have been just like Ron, 2 hands--2 chicken legs!
This Hogwarts nostalgia makes this Back-to-School with Hamilton Beach post super timely!  Hamilton Beach sent me this amazing Slow Cooker and carrying caddy.  The best part about this slow cooker is that it can make a giant Hogwarts feast!
You will need:
8 Chicken Legs
1/2 pound of baby carrots
3 large potatoes
1 large onion
1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce
Sliced Mushrooms
(Corn on the cob or Rolls optional)
Place the chicken in the center of the slow cooker.  Dump baby carrots on one side and chunky diced potatoes on the other side.  Thickly slice the onion and put it on top of the potatoes.  Then add 1/4 cup of Worcestershire sauce and cover with the lid.
Set the slow cooker on low and set to 6 hours.  Set it and forget it!

After 6 hours, everything is cooked beautifully without stirring a single time!  You can check the meat with the digital thermometer probe right through the top of the lid, without opening it.  Can't get to it right when the timer goes off?...not to worry, this slow cooker automatically switches to the "Keep Warm" setting.
 However, the chicken is not crisp...
If you are a crispy chicken person, like me, place the chicken legs on a baking sheet and broil on high for 5 minutes or until golden and crispy.
While those legs are broiling, add a cup of mushroom slices to the top of the veggies in the slow cooker and cover again.  Let the mushrooms steam for 5 minutes or so.
Until they are soft and ready to eat.
Boil corn and butter rolls and serve up this fancy feast!
This was so yummy...the chicken and the veggies were cooked to perfection!
The perfect Back-to-Hogwarts-School Feast!  Save for later!
Dining like Harry Potter is what all the true fans really want to do

And now for a giveaway!

 I've teamed up with other great bloggers and Hamilton Beach to give one reader a Slow Cooker!
How to Use a Slow Cooker Like a Boss 

The Hamilton Beach 6 Quart Programmable Slow Cooker, has some amazing features:
  • Thermometer probe for precise results
  • Set it and forget it® with cooking modes featuring automatic keep warm
  • 3 program choices for easy, automatic cooking: Probe, Program and Manual
  • Spill-resistant travel— the lid quickly seals in place with the clip-tight gasket lid
  • Full-grip handles make carrying heavy meals easier
  • 6 quart oval crock is the perfect size for a 6 lb. chicken or 4 lb. roast
  • Wraparound, even heat cooks food evenly and consistently
  • Removable, dishwasher safe oval stoneware crock & lid
  • Power interrupt protection - keeps slow cooker on during a brief power outage
  • Backed with a one-year warranty

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Ang Paris said…
What a fun feast you put together! It looks delicious!!
Laura said…
Thank you for the giveaway. I love slow cooker meals! And yes, I would be Ron with double-fisted eating!
Xayide2 said…
The thermometer probe in the lid is new to me from Hamilton Beach. Do they say to lock the lid when cooking or not? My other slow cooker with a locking lid says not to lock it down while cooking.
Crystal K. said…
I would make some chili.
Tamra Phelps said…
Hmm, I might try making a good chili first. It's almost the time of year for those chilis, soups and stews.
MuseCat10 said…
you know that between Christina and me we can never have too many slow cookers...lol I need one that I can program and has a lockdown lid.