Over the years, the Crock-Pot has become a kitchen staple—and for good reason. It allows you to whip up easy slow cooker recipes in no time at all, which is perfect for those busy weeknights. Basically, all you have to do is assemble the ingredients, turn it on, and within a few hours, you have a quick, easy dinner that’s ready to serve. To help you make the most of this handy kitchen appliance, check the best slow cooker recipes right here that have delicious results your whole family will love.
These Slow Cooker Swedish Meatballs are perfect for busy weeknights or elegant holiday dinner. Made with homemade meatballs, beef broth, cream and perfectly seasoned, the slow cooker does all the work. A combination of beef or even chicken or turkey will make it tastier. Just throw in the slow cooker, scoop and serve!
Creamy, delicious, mushroom studded Chicken Marsala prepared in the slow cooker. This surprisingly easy recipe results in a restaurant-quality dish made right in your own kitchen. Fancy enough for company, but also a wonderful recipe for any night of the week.
With a delicious tangy-sweet glaze, easy, flavorful and delicious, set it and forget it for the perfect weeknight meal. Easily available ingredients make it super simple to whip up, usually, these are pantry staples, so no scavenging to find that one ingredient. This recipe is just as simple as they come.
So easy, incredibly tasty, healthy, and company-worthy. Give yourself a big fat favor. Slow cooker broccoli beef for the win. This can be your all-time favorite slow cooker broccoli beef recipe. You also can combine this recipe with your favorite vegetables other than broccoli.
Red potatoes, andouille sausage, shrimp, corn, Old Bay. A classic shrimp boil made without any of the fuss right in your crockpot. Simply throw everything right into your slow cooker for about 4 hours, adding in the sausage, corn and shrimp at the very end of cooking time to avoid any kind of overcooking.
This Crock Pot Cabbage Roll Soup is a twist on traditional Cabbage Rolls, for a fraction of the work. With ground beef, cabbage, onion and vegetables; simmered in a rich tomato sauce in your slow cooker. Since this soup is so filling, I like to think of it as a main course dinner. Yet, smaller servings would make it great for lunch.
Using a slow cooker will make you easier when cooking time is coming. Or when you have many guests to serve the dinner and even all your family members gather in your house. You will not be confused again, follow the recipes above. Happy Cooking!