Mon. Jul 15th, 2024

Easter cooking just became a whole lot easier and more delightful, thanks to Feeding the Byrds and their host, Amber.

Her latest video showcases crockpot recipes that are not only mouthwatering but also astonishingly simple to make.

These recipes promise to transform your Easter meal into a stress-free yet sumptuous feast.

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Starting with the crockpot fried apples, Amber brings a taste of nostalgia and comfort food straight to your kitchen.

“These were the perfect apples to use,” Amber remarks, highlighting the ease and delicious outcome of the recipe.

Viewers have been quick to echo this sentiment. One enthusiastic viewer shared, “Oh my GOSH! Amber, I watched your video last night and made the apples today. They are just like Cracker Barrel.”

This recipe not only brings back beloved flavors but also fills a gap left by discontinued favorites, as another viewer noted, “Stouffers stopped selling their cinnamon apples years ago and I didn’t know how to make them. They are amazing, thank you so much.”

The video then segues into a segment on baby potatoes, seasoned with garlic and herbs.

Amber’s personal touch and preference for simplicity shine through as she shares, “I can eat potatoes every single day… they are the side dish for me.”

This has resonated well with viewers, with one new subscriber commenting, “I found your channel while looking for some ideas/inspiration for Easter dishes & you’re absolutely right — potatoes are a must for Easter!! 😀 Everything looked delicious!”

Amber’s balsamic Brussels sprouts offer a fresh take on a veggie that’s often unfairly maligned.

Cooking them with balsamic vinegar and a hint of spice, Amber turns these greens into something special.

The feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, with viewers sharing their excitement, “This video was a blessing! I have never had corned beef and was thrilled to find you cooking one! Definitely will try this. Love Brussels!”

SOURCE:YOUTUBE – FEEDING THE BYRDS

Corned beef, an easy alternative to the traditional Easter ham, also gets a spotlight.

Amber’s approachable method and assurance of deliciousness encourage even the most hesitant cooks to give it a try.


Easter cooking just became a whole lot easier and more delightful, thanks to Feeding the Byrds and their host, Amber.

Her latest video showcases crockpot recipes that are not only mouthwatering but also astonishingly simple to make.

These recipes promise to transform your Easter meal into a stress-free yet sumptuous feast.

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SOURCE:PEXELS

Starting with the crockpot fried apples, Amber brings a taste of nostalgia and comfort food straight to your kitchen.

“These were the perfect apples to use,” Amber remarks, highlighting the ease and delicious outcome of the recipe.

Viewers have been quick to echo this sentiment. One enthusiastic viewer shared, “Oh my GOSH! Amber, I watched your video last night and made the apples today. They are just like Cracker Barrel.”

This recipe not only brings back beloved flavors but also fills a gap left by discontinued favorites, as another viewer noted, “Stouffers stopped selling their cinnamon apples years ago and I didn’t know how to make them. They are amazing, thank you so much.”

SOURCE:YOUTUBE – FEEDING THE BYRDS

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The video then segues into a segment on baby potatoes, seasoned with garlic and herbs.

Amber’s personal touch and preference for simplicity shine through as she shares, “I can eat potatoes every single day… they are the side dish for me.”

This has resonated well with viewers, with one new subscriber commenting, “I found your channel while looking for some ideas/inspiration for Easter dishes & you’re absolutely right — potatoes are a must for Easter!! 😀 Everything looked delicious!”

SOURCE:YOUTUBE – FEEDING THE BYRDS

Amber’s balsamic Brussels sprouts offer a fresh take on a veggie that’s often unfairly maligned.

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Cooking them with balsamic vinegar and a hint of spice, Amber turns these greens into something special.

The feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, with viewers sharing their excitement, “This video was a blessing! I have never had corned beef and was thrilled to find you cooking one! Definitely will try this. Love Brussels!”

SOURCE:YOUTUBE – FEEDING THE BYRDS

Corned beef, an easy alternative to the traditional Easter ham, also gets a spotlight.

Amber’s approachable method and assurance of deliciousness encourage even the most hesitant cooks to give it a try.ADVERTISEMENT

“It comes together perfectly,” Amber promises, inviting everyone to enjoy a tender, flavorful dish that’s effortlessly prepared.

SOURCE:YOUTUBE – FEEDING THE BYRDS

Amber’s video has not only been a source of culinary inspiration but also a catalyst for community engagement.

Fans are eager for more, suggesting future recipe videos and sharing their personal cooking dilemmas.

One viewer’s request for Superbowl goodies highlights the broad appeal of Amber’s cooking style and her audience’s trust in her solutions to common cooking challenges.

Feeding the Byrds, through Amber’s guidance, offers a way to enrich holiday traditions with new flavors and stress-free preparations.

Amber’s ability to connect with her audience, combined with her knack for demystifying cooking, makes each recipe feel like a shared family secret.

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As Easter approaches, these crockpot recipes stand out as a testament to the joy of cooking and the pleasure of sharing meals with loved ones.

Amber and Feeding the Byrds remind us that with the right approach, even the busiest holidays can be filled with delicious food and cherished moments, minus the kitchen stress.

For anyone looking to elevate their Easter meal with minimal fuss, Amber’s crockpot recipes are a must-try.

They promise an Easter meal that’s as enjoyable to prepare as it is to eat, allowing you to spend less time in the kitchen and more time making memories.

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See how simple these delicious sides come together for a frustration-free Easter meal below!

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