Sausage Stew

I am participating in the recipe exchanges on the Balancing Beauty and Bedlam blog and Blessed with Grace.

Here leaves don't change until the first week of November usually; but we have had cooler weather in Northeast Oklahoma recently which made us think of fall sooner than normal.   My mother, known by her grand-girls as BeBe, got out the family favorite sausage stew recipe.  

We aren't sure where it came from and I have seen many variations over the years.  But this is absolutely the best and easiest stew to make.  

Step One:  Open all cans and put in crock-pot. 
Step Two: Slice sausage.  
Step Three:  Put sausage in crock-pot.  
Step Four:  Turn on crock-pot (low)  
Step Five:  Eat!

The can ingredients include:
(1) Fat-free chicken broth, (1) diced tomatoes-Basil, Garlic, & Oregano, (1) Sliced Potatoes, (1) French cut green beans, (1) sliced carrots, (1) Shoepeg corn, and (1)original Rotel.

If you use turkey sausage it will be about 130 cal. for two cups of stew.  And feel free to use duck sausage if your husband literally brings home the meat.  It is all good.  The secret I think is the Rotel!  

Like what you saw?  Have a suggestion?  Let me know.  I love comments!


  1. This looks delicious!

    Thnaks for sharing!

  2. I have copied this and am going to give it a try! It looks delicious!

    Many blessings!!

  3. Thanks for taking the time to post this. I hope you will join me at Dining With Debbie for Crock Pot Wednesday. Mister Linky is up and ready for you to enter.

  4. Hey I like that... easy and tasty!! So glad you could join us for Tempt My Tummy Tuesday. Like you, we have been having some cooler temperatures, here in East Texas.
    Thanks for the recipe and linking to TMTT.

  5. What an EASY!!! recipe and sounds YUMMY!!! also. Geri

  6. This is just such a terrifically easy recipe...and I love your simple directions! I really appreciate your entry for Crock Pot Wednesday and hope to see you back each week. Thanks again.


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