Hello divas! I hope that you had a fantastic weekend and are looking forward to a great week ahead. My weekend was fun and I spent time with family. It was still a little warm here in Tennessee but fall weather is on its way finally.
If you didn’t already know, I am a southern girl born and raised. Growing up, I knew that that once fall arrived and the weather started getting cooler that my grandma would make a huge batch of Brunswick Stew for the family. I always looked forward to going home and having this wonderful dish for dinner.
But you know me – I love to make easy healthy recipes so I decided to lighten my grandmother’s recipe up a bit – and put it in a crockpot. So today I am sharing my Skinny Crockpot Brunswick Stew.
The main thing I did to save some calories and fat in this recipe is replace the hot sausage with turkey sausage and replace the beef with deer. Being from a southern family, I have cousins who love to hunt so the hubby and I always get deer meat each year. You can also use ground turkey as a lighter option to the beef. Also, I used lower sodium corn but you can also use fresh corn (off the cobb) if you have some.
Oh and best of all is that this is now a crockpot recipe. I LOVE my crockpot this time of year. It makes it so easy to prepare fabulous meals without too much of a hassle during the busy week. So if you get a chance, check this recipe out and enjoy a bowl.
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More Healthy Crockpot Recipes:
- Overnight Pumpkin Oatmeal
- Crockpot Vanilla Applesauce
- Turkey Veggie Chili
- Veggie Quinoa Chili
- Drunk Deer Chili