Some of the latest recipes I have tried and enjoyed include:
Slow Cooker Black Bean Enchiladas - we didn't have corn, so I subsituted green pepper. It was still pretty tasty. I also used whole wheat tortillas and you couldn't tell. This would be a great recipe for a chicken/veggie household because you could divide your crock in half with foil to separate the two.
Pecan Encrusted Salmon - seriously amazing. We've been using a lot more nuts in our cooking, and this is recipe that is going to become a regular.
Slow Cooker Indian Spiced Chickpea Quinoa Stew - this was just so easy to put together. I didn't have turnips or celery so just used other veggies we had on hand, which included onions. I also found that it was somewhat lacking in flavor, so I added more salt and a dash of heavy cream, which made it pretty delicious.
Pecan Quinoa Stuffing - our acorn squash went bad before I made this, so Mr. Barefoot roasted up some sweet potatos and we had it with that. Like I said, we've been using more nuts.
I found pretty much all of these recipes on Pinterest, which I both like and dislike as a search engine. I like it because it allows me to sidestep all the spammy responses I get from Google that take me to sites which then force me to search again and only have terrible recipes. I dislike it because when you google an ingredient, sometimes you just get a pretty picture of brussels sprouts and sometimes you get 300 of the same brussels sprouts recipe. Does anyone have any way around that?