It is always fun making stuffed peppers because there are so many different stuffings that you can make and believe it or not I have never made a stuffing that I didn't like. Using my ingredient amounts as a guide, experiment with your own signature recipes.
I have cooked Stuffed peppers many ways, but I always seem to go back to this crockpot method. Simply prep the peppers, which takes very little time, assemble any additional ingredients that you will be using and pop every thing that you will be using into a crockpot and cook on low for 7 to 8 hours. Very little clean up and you can have dinner on the table in a flash. Of course with the crockpot popularity there are so many new gadgets out there, such as the plastic crockpot liners and the beautiful state of the art whistle and bells crockpots with shut off-keep warm timers. You working cooks are ready to go.
Peppers are a good source of vitamin A, in the form of carotenoids, vitamin C and vitamin B6, Folate, dietary fiber and many other nutritional vitamins and minerals.