Saturday, August 25, 2012

Slow Cooker Homemade Ketchup from Simple Bites

Homemade Ketchup, made in the slow cooker!

Homemade Ketchup, made in the slow cooker from Simple Bites found on
 (Photo by Megan Myers for Simple Bites.)

For people with gardens or access to a Farmers Market, the end of August is prime tomato season.  If you have a lots of tomatoes, you may like this recipe for How to Make Slow Cooker Ketchup from Simple Bites.  When you make condiments like this yourself you can control entirely what goes into it, making it a great for anyone with food allergies or restrictions.  Another reason to use the slow cooker to make ketchup?  Megan says, "Cooking it low and slow, rather than quickly on the stove, will help bring out a depth of flavor that lets the summer tomatoes shine and makes ketchup even more delicious."

Get the complete recipe for How to Make Slow Cooker Ketchup from Simple Bites.

More How-To Ideas Using the Slow Cooker:
How to Make Pot Roast in the Slow Cooker from Kalyn's Kitchen 
How to Make Caramelized Onions in the Slow Cooker from The Perfect Pantry  
How to Make Greek Yogurt in the Slow Cooker from Apron Strings
How to Bake Sweet Potatoes in the Slow Cooker from A Veggie Venture
How to Make Refried Beans in the Slow Cooker from 365 Days of Slow Cooking


  1. Oh yummy! I love recipes like this! Please share at ON THE MENU MONDAY... link goes live tonight at 8:00pm!
    Thanks for the links to all the other great recipes too! I make carmalized onions in my slow cooker... easy peasy!
    I put your blog on my blog roll... I am loving it!!!

  2. Thanks Yvonne. So glad you like the blog!


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