Crock Pot Recipes are an absolute staple in our busy home. You’ll be thrilled with this collection of the BEST slow cooker recipes on the internet!
Crock pot recipes are a staple in any busy family’s home. This article is a collection of the best crockpot recipes we’ve found on the internet and it will keep your slow cooker full of delicious food for weeks on end!
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Crock Pot Recipes – General FAQ
These are the most common questions we get about crock pot recipes, hopefully they’ll help point you in the right direction. You’re always welcome to message us or leave a comment if there’s something we haven’t covered!
What is the difference between a slow cooker and a Crock Pot?
The difference between a slow cooker and a Crock Pot is only that the Crock Pot is a specific brand of slow cooker. There are many companies that make slow cookers, Crock Pot is the most widely known name.
What is the best slow cooker to buy?
The best slow cooker to buy is the one that suits your needs. If you have a small family, get a smaller slow cooker, if you need the ability to saute get one with more features, if you want to cook for a large crowd get a roaster, and if you want to pressure cook in addition to slow cook, get an Instant Pot.
How economical is a slow cooker?
Slow cookers are very economical, your basic slow cooker uses only a little more energy than a traditional light bulb, whereas the oven is typically the most expensive appliance to run in the house.
Studies have shown that the slow cooker can be a cost savings of well over 50% when compared to cooking the same dish in an oven.
Crock Pot Recipes
I started with this because it is one of my absolute favorite crock pot recipes. Vegetable beef soup is filled with delicious tender beef, potatoes, carrots, green beans, tomatoes and corn.
This recipe includes instructions on how to make it in the slow cooker, the instant pot, or on the stove top!
This potato soup is my husband’s very favorite crock pot recipe. I figure if I start with mine, I should follow up with his, right?!
Make sure to serve it with all the toppings. Extra bacon for me, please!
If we’re talking about crock pot recipes that aren’t soup, then this is the one I’m most fond of. A simple mix of sweet and savory rubbed onto the pork and then slow cooked all day long.
Tender flavorful pulled pork made in the slow cooker is hard to beat.
Seafood chowder made in the slow cooker is simple and so incredibly satisfying. Add whatever type of seafood you love for a personalized result. (Ahem, may I suggest shrimp and scallops).
We like to make this in the crock pot, but you can also make it stove top or in an instant pot.
As you can tell, pulled pork is one of my favorite foods. It’s great for a potluck or backyard barbecue, and works just as well for a busy weekday when you don’t want to spend a ton of time in the kitchen – the slow cooker does all the work for you!
This BBQ Pulled Pork is a family favorite, and with only a handful of ingredients it doesn’t get any easier to make – yay for crock pot recipes!
I don’t know if it’s kosher to say out loud, but you guys – I love Wendy’s Chili! It’s so good! But since we don’t have a Wendy’s super close (and it would get expensive to go every day!). We have this homemade version!
I bet if you did a blind taste test with friends they wouldn’t know which was which! I’m so excited this is one of our crock pot recipes.
Not only is chicken zoodle soup delicious, filling, and comforting, but if you’re doing Weight Watchers, it’s ZERO points! That’s enough for it to make it to the top of my crock pot recipes list!
Have as much as you like because this soup is filled with all the good stuff.
Crock Pot Recipes – Tips and Tricks
★ Keep the lid on! If you take the lid off your crockpot to stir or smell or just poke around, you’re releasing the heat and steam that is working hard on cooking your food. Just don’t do it.
★ Make sure you use the right size crock pot! Using a slow cooker that is too large or too small for your food may prevent the food from cooking properly.
★ For sticky or messy dishes use a crock pot liner. I don’t like them for everything, but you’d better believe I’m lining my slow cooker when we do sweet potatoes or candies! Crock pot recipes don’t have to be messy.
Not everyone loves beans, so this chili is perfect for our bean free friends. Actually it’s perfect for everyone, because it’s delicious!
Make it as one of your crock pot recipes, pop it into an instant pot or fix it on the stove top!
This soup is a life saver for busy nights. You can use fresh potatoes or if you’re feeling especially tired of prepping food (it happens, no judging here) a bag of frozen hash browns works great!
Make it a full meal by adding some spinach at the end, and make a double batch so you can freeze half for later!
Minestrone is a classic Italian vegetable noodle soup that is actually super versatile. Make a batch of this when you have so many veggies coming out of your summer garden that you’re not sure what to do with all of them.
Can’t do grains? No worries….skip the pasta and toss in some chicken instead. Then round it out with a side salad and a serving of crusty bread. Yum!
M’mm…. I can’t get enough of this corn and potato chowder. As crock pot recipes go, it’s toward the top of our list! It’s incredibly yummy! It’s actually one of the first foods I make in the fall, because hello…soup. Yum.
It’s gluten-free, and really versatile…add whatever soup mix-ins you please! Want to round it out a little bit more? Stir in some cooked chicken. Nom nom nom.
This curried tomato lentil soup is a great option when you’re feeling a little adventurous in the kitchen. If you’re looking for a vegetarian option just use vegetable broth instead.
It’s wonderfully delicious on it’s own, but it’s also fantastic as a sauce over rice or veggies!
I bet even those of you who aren’t big ham eaters will love this one! Admittedly, I am not a huge lover of ham myself, but the flavors in this are wonderful and even I gobbled it right up!
This is, quite simply put, the best loaded potato soup recipe on the planet. It’s not bragging if it’s the truth. This recipe has been pinned well over a million (!!!) times and for good reason! It’s amazing!
With just a handful of ingredients, it’s probably the easiest soup you’ll ever make. This recipe makes a LOT, so I suggest freezing half of it and saving it for a rainy day. If you make only one of our crock pot recipes, do this one.
Crock Pot Recipes – Cooker Options
★ 7 Quart Slow Cooker – My favorite brand name slow cooker. It’s big and simple and does the job well.
★ Oster Roasting Oven – This thing is massive. It can slow cook, roast, or bake and is perfect for a big crowd.
★ Instant Pot – The Instant Pot is a great option. It gives you saute features, pressure cooker features, and of course slow cooking!
Growing up, whenever my mom made pork chops she served it with applesauce. And for good reason….the sweetness of apples just pairs so well with savory pork.
This recipe was inspired by that classic combo, and it couldn’t be easier to make or more flavorful!
I feel like beef chili is the ultimate slow cooker meal. It’s one of those dishes that is just absolutely perfect for any occasion.
Game day? Chili. Snowing and cold outside? Chili. Going to a potluck? Chili. Had an insanely long and busy day and just don’t want to deal with cooking dinner for your family? Chili.
Love Taco Tuesday, but feeling a little over the whole taco thing? This soup is the perfect alternative. All the great flavors you love about tacos, but in soup form. Be sure to use your favorite salsa!
What is it about cranberries that just pairs so well with turkey?? I guess it’s kind of like the apples and pork thing – it just works. This cranberry apple butter is the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving menu. Or anytime you feel like turkey.
It’s also wonderful on warm buttery biscuits, smeared over your morning pancakes, or on top of some vanilla ice cream for dessert!
This eggnog rice pudding couldn’t be any easier to make. Seriously. It’s only TWO ingredients – eggnog and rice, that’s it!
If you have little kitchen helpers nearby, this is a great recipe for them to get involved with – they can do the stirring.
Chicken thighs just do NOT get any better than this, folks. Sweet, garlicky, and just slightly salty, you’ll be craving this all day! It’s great served over rice or veggies.
This recipe was inspired by a delicious chicken cacciatore I had for dinner one night. It’s hearty and flavorful, and full of fresh garden veggies.
Eat it on it’s own, or pour it over a big bowl of your choice of pasta. And don’t forget the crusty bread!
Crockpot Recipes – Tools We Love
Crock Pot Carrying Case – Great for bringing food to friends, parties, and potlucks!
Slow Cooker Liners – Clean up is a breeze when you use liners in your crock pot.
Steamer Inserts – A great way to cook multiple dishes in your slow cooker at the same time.
Oh my gosh, have you had a Chipotle burrito? Yummmm! They are so good. I could go there and eat one every day, but my wallet probably would not be very happy with me if I did.
Enter in this slow cooker pork. It has all the flavor of a delicious Chipotle burrito, including their yummy lime & cilantro rice, without having to actually make a batch of lime & cilantro rice.
This is the perfect food prep recipe! Make a batch of roasted garlic cloves in your slow cooker and your roasted garlic woes will be cooked away.
Just bag them up and freeze them, and when you’re ready to use them, take out what you need and throw them under the broiler for a few minutes. Easy peasy garlic squeezy!
I bet you already have everything you need for this marinara sauce in your kitchen right now! Not only is it totes easy to throw together, it’s completely customizable – add whatever veggies you love, skip what you don’t, and season to your tastes!
It’s great over meatballs, noodles, in lasagna, whatever. If you’re feeling fancy, you can pour some in an oven safe dish, add some fresh mozzarella on top and bake it for a wonderfully delicious dip for some homemade breadsticks. Yum.
If any soup could be labeled a comfort food, it’s definitely this one. This soup is perfect for enjoying while cuddling under a blanket in front of a fire on a cold night.
This one calls for smoked ham hocks to give it some extra flavor, but it’s just as delicious without it if that’s not your thing. And it’s so easy to toss together, I bet you could get the kids to do it for you!
You’re going to be absolutely SHOCKED at how simple this recipe for strawberry spread is. Are you ready for it? IT’S JUST STRAWBERRIES. That’s it! Stir in a little bit of a sweetener until it tastes just right and it’s ready to go.
It’s perfect on warm biscuits, english muffins or buttery toast for breakfast, spread over pancakes, or if you’re really feeling crazy – mix it into some vanilla ice cream. M’mm…
Have you ever made a risotto? It’s SO GOOD, but there’s SO MUCH STIRRING involved. Let’s get real, who’s got time for that?! This slow cooker recipe makes risotto easy – the only stirring you do is at the beginning when you’re mixing all the ingredients together.
Serve it as a main dish or as a side for chicken and veggies.
Have you ever had tortilla soup, but there wasn’t actually any tortillas in it? What’s up with that?! This recipe is inspired by my mom’s and guess what….it actually has tortillas in it. Woohoo!
Beef Stew is the ultimate comfort food. Tender chunks of slow cooked beef with soft carrots and filling potatoes make for an incredibly satisfying meal.
Our crock pot recipes list wouldn’t be complete without this beef stew!
Slow Cooker Pork Roast made with simple ingredients you have in your pantry! Fall-apart tender pork with a flavorful gravy on top make this recipe amazing. You can make this in the slow cooker or in the instant pot.
Crock pot recipes are great because you can often make them in the oven, slow cooker, or instant pot depending on your time constraints.
Barbacoa is a traditional Mexican dish that almost melts in your mouth! It’s juicy, tender, a little spicy and will leave your house smelling oh so good! It’s great in tacos as a substitute for ground beef or chicken!
Raise your hand if you love soup! *raises hand* Oh my word, you guys….if there was one word to describe me, it would be “soupaholic” – not even kidding. I could eat soup every day. And THIS soup is at the top of my list to try.
This is the kind of soup you want to come home to after spending a day in the crisp air, going on hay rides and picking out pumpkins with your kids. Comfort in a bowl.
Remember our previous conversation about Chipotle? And if you thought their pork was good, have you tried their barbacoa?? M’mm…. See, I’m not the only one who loves that place!
This Chipotle copy cat recipe will have you eating your favorite take out more often, without the dent to the pocketbook.
Chicken noodle soup is a classic. And this creamy chicken noodle soup is a classic made even more delicious with the addition of heavy cream and a little bit of lemon juice.
This recipe calls for chicken thighs, but you can totally sub boneless breasts if you’re looking for a leaner version of this soup.
What’s your favorite kind of pasta? Mine is cheesy tortellini, hands down. It’s just so good! And it makes all sorts of pasta recipes that much better.
Like this one! I mean.. you could TOTALLY use a different kind of pasta, but it just would not be as hearty, filling, or delicious.
Have you ever made your own refried beans? Admittedly, I have always just used the stuff from the can….it’s never as good as what you find in a restaurant, but I’ve always been a little intimidated by the thought of making my own. Apparently, though, it’s really super duper easy!
And great for meal prep….make a batch, then divide it up into a few containers and store it in the freezer for an easy and quick addition to your Mexican food night!
Sausage, black beans, and rice is usually one of my go-to cheapie meals, when I don’t feel like cooking but my kids have got to eat. I love it because it’s cheap to make and filling, but also full of proteins.
I’ll tell you though, it NEVER looks as good as THIS recipe does. Wow. I don’t think I’ll ever make it any other way again! You can use this slow cooker version as a main entree, or as a side to a bigger protein. Either way, be sure to load it up with toppings!
This delicious slow cooker dessert tastes just like an apple pie without the crust…and without the fuss! It’s perfect any time of year, and is made even better by a big scoop of vanilla ice cream on top! Yum!
Crock Pot Recipes – Cooking FAQ
What can you make in a slow cooker?
You won’t believe what you can make in a slow cooker! Everything from breakfast, lunch, dinner, desserts, soups, snacks, cakes, even drinks like hot cocoa and mulled cider! This article hopefully gives you a good starting point on your crockpot endeavors.
Do you have to put water in a slow cooker?
You do not have to put water in a slow cooker. The only time you want to add water to a slow cooker recipe is when the recipe specifically calls for water.
Oddly, adding water when not called for can dry out meats and cause an unpleasant end result.
Can you put raw meat in a slow cooker?
You can put raw meat in a slow cooker. You certainly can add meat to the crockpot. As a matter of fact, many (if not most) slow-cooker recipes ask for the meat to be added raw. Even in recipes that require browning, that step can generally be skipped when pressed for time.
Can you put frozen meat in a slow cooker?
You cannot put frozen meat in a slow cooker. Regardless of what your friends say it is unsafe and unwise to put frozen meat in a slow cooker because it does not reach a safe temperature fast enough and can grow harmful bacteria that contaminates the meat before it reaches a safe temperature.
Is there anything more comforting than a big scoop of creamy potatoes drenched in cheese? I think not! This potato recipe is a fantastic choice to take to a potluck, serve as a side, or heck even by itself, because cheesy potatoes.
I’d even be tempted to put it on overnight so I could serve it for breakfast with a big plate of sausage, bacon and eggs. Delish!
These chicken fajitas are the ultimate one pot meal! The chicken marinates while it cooks and comes out juicy, tender and oh so flavorful.
Don’t put your veggies in too soon, though…you want them to have a little bit of crunch to them when you wrap it all up in a tortilla and bite into it. Crock pot recipes don’t have to be mushy or bland.
Have you ever had the chicken gnocchi soup from Olive Garden? It’s fantastic! One of my favorites! Which is why I love this copycat recipe so much.
It might not taste *exactly* like that restaurant favorite, but it’s still pretty darn yummy! And easy. And creamy. And thick, and delicious. I could go on, but… I think you get the point.
Nothing beats homemade mac & cheese. But homemade mac & cheese in the slow cooker? That definitely might! It’s rich and smooth, creamy and totally cheesy – my bet is it will be a total win at your house!
Especially if you have kids, because what kid doesn’t love mac & cheese? Add this to your must-make crock pot recipes list.
Roasted potatoes in the slow cooker, say whaaaa??! I didn’t even know it was possible to roast potatoes in anything other than the oven, but nobody will ever be able to tell the difference.
These potatoes are super flavorful and fork tender, and make a great side dish to pot roasts, baked chicken, steak, or basically anything.
Sausage and peppers are a classic Italian dish! And there are so many ways to eat them.
Leave them as is and serve with a side salad and some crusty bread, toss it over a big bowl of pasta in lieu of sauce, or stuff them into a thick bun such as a hoagie roll and enjoy them as sandwiches! Any way you choose to eat them, they’re delicious.
Mix up your taco night a little bit and enjoy some pork tacos with this easy 5 ingredient pulled pork recipe for the slow cooker! Juicy, tender, and flavorful, you’re going to want to add this one to your regular meal rotation!
Chicken marsala is an Italian dish that is traditionally made by standing next to the pot and flipping until the sauce is reduced…..which is extremely time consuming, yuck.
This slow cooker version makes an authentic chicken marsala without any of the work!
Crock Pot Recipes – Crock Pot vs Instant Pot
Is an Instant Pot better than a Crockpot?
An Instant Pot is better than a Crockpot if you need the ability to pressure cook food as well as slow cook food. The Instant Pot is a multi-function machine whereas the traditional Crockpot is a slow cooker.
Can you use an instant pot as a crock pot?
The Instant Pot can be used as a crock pot because the Instant Pot has a slow cooker function on it. Many folks like the clear lid of the Crockpot so they will buy an alternate glass lid for their instant pot to use when they are slow cooking.
You guys. This may just be the easiest recipe ever. Only 8 ingredients, and virtually no prep – just dump and cook! The hardest part will be waiting for it to be ready to serve.
You could even prep this ahead of time and stick it in the freezer so when you’re ready to make it you can just thaw and put it in your crock pot! Woohoo!
Did you know you could make a whole chicken in the slow cooker? Mind = blown. I especially love this for the holidays, because it frees up your oven for other tasty goodies!
And it’s also great for meal prepping…no more running to the store for a rotisserie chicken when you can just make your own at home and have it flavored exactly the way you want it!
While this recipe does involve a little bit of prep work, it is well worth it because the end result is a savory, garlicky, flavorful, tasty dish that your whole family is going to love!
Now this is a one pot meal for the record books. No casseroles or mushy veggies here, just crispy, sweet and savory chicken and hearty, buttery potatoes. Yum!
I absolutely LOVE the name of this stew! I mean, it rhymes, so….it’s gotta be good, right? I actually really enjoy cooking with ale, because it adds such an amazing depth of flavor to whatever dish it’s used in. This stew is no exception.
Did I mention this stew is also vegan? Yep! And it’s just loaded up with squash and beans and veggies, so even though there’s no meat, it’s still hearty enough to fill you up and be considered a comfort food.
I have a weak spot for barbecue sauce. I will eat it like I’m never getting another meal ever again. This pulled chicken is no exception. I normally do BBQ pulled chicken with just two ingredients….chicken breasts and barbecue sauce.
But what I love about this recipe is that in addition to those two things, you also add a variety of spices, which means the flavor is eyes rolling into the back of your head amazing.
Doesn’t this dish sound fabulous? I can’t decide if it’s a stew or not. It has all the elements of one, but I guess you could also refer to it as a casserole since it’s a big mish mash of awesome ingredients.
I totally want to make a pot pie with this, or just slop a giant spoonful over a big bowl of mashed potatoes. Yum!
Oh my gosh…. Bread pudding, apples, salted caramel… is there anything about this dessert that doesn’t yell “IT’S FALL, Y’ALL!”
Bread pudding not only makes a wonderful dessert (I’m drooling just thinking about topping a big ol’ piece of it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream) but it also works as a deliciously yummy breakfast for holiday mornings!
This is the kind of slow cooker recipe that makes you nostalgic for a home far away and long forgotten. Classic comfort food. Delicious, hearty, rich and flavorful, I have no doubt that it will soon become a family favorite!
This recipe is great. There’s literally almost no prep – no pre-cooking any meats, caramelizing onions, or chopping up a bajillion veggies. You just toss everything in your slow cooker and walk away for a few hours.
Not only that, but using a lean protein like chicken instead of beef makes it a slightly healthier version of the Philly cheesesteaks we all know and love. And it’s great for feeding a crowd!
Crock Pot Recipes – Safety FAQ
Is it safe to leave your crockpot on when you are not home?
It is safe to leave your crockpot on when you are not home, according to official Crock Pot company statements. n a phone interview with Cooking Light, Crock-Pot customer service said it’s safe to leave your slow cooker unattended on a low setting for several hours—even if you’re not at home.
Is it OK to leave a crockpot on overnight?
It is ok to leave a crockpot on overnight, according to the Crock Pot company. As we stated above, in a phone interview with Cooking Light, Crock-Pot customer service said it’s safe to leave your slow cooker unattended on a low setting for several hours—even if you’re not at home.
How long can you leave a slow cooker on low?
You can leave a slow cooker on low indefinitely. You will want to make sure there is sufficient liquid in the crockpot when leaving it on for long periods of time as it could be damaging to the device to let it cook dry. We often make chicken stock in the crockpot and allow it to cook for 24 hours.
How long can food stay on warm in crockpot?
You can keep food warm in a crockpot using the warm setting for up to four hours. It is not recommended to keep the food on warm longer than four hours and you should never cook food on the warm setting, only warm up previously cooked food.
This soup is reminiscent of the classic chicken parmesan that we all know and love. But it’s a lot less labor intensive and a lot easier on the waist line!
This recipe actually calls for using a whole chicken! I kind of love the idea of slow cooking a whole chicken in all those wonderful Mexican spices.
This recipe definitely takes Taco Tuesday to new heights!
We all love lasagna, but let’s face it…it’s a bit of a prep-heavy dish. You have to cook the noodles, prepare the sauce, cook the meat, prepare the cheese filling, chop up all your veggies, etc etc.
And at the end there are SO MANY DISHES that need to be washed! This slow cooker lasagna recipe takes most of that work out of the equation – you don’t even have to pre-cook the noodles!
Don’t you just love a good pot roast?! This recipe is one of the best! I love the addition of pepperoncinis – it gives it a nice little kick without being in your face spicy.
The stick of butter is what helps make the gravy that you will most definitely want to pour all over this roast when you finally take it out of the pot. And as always, pot roast is best served with some homemade mashed potatoes and a side of roasted veggies. Yum!
This nacho bake is pretty brilliant. If you’re making it at home for your family, you could totally pour it over a plate of nachos with shredded cheese and throw it in the oven for a few.
But if you want to serve it at a party (SuperBowl anyone??) just leave it in the slow cooker and serve it nacho bar style! Use it as a dip! It’s fantastic no matter how you eat it.
You guys. I am in love with the idea of using peaches instead of apples to make this pulled pork recipe. They’re sweet and juicy, which leaves the meat oh so tender and basically melt in your mouth delicious.
Serve it with sliders or over a big helping of mashed potatoes! Yum! Aren’t crock pot recipes the best?!
In case you didn’t know, a ragu is an Italian meat-based sauce that’s usually very meat and vegetable heavy, with a few tomatoes and some heavy cream to help lighten the flavor.
And it’s absolutely delicious. I also think it’s absolutely brilliant to serve it over gnocchi instead of plain pasta! Wow!
Crock Pot Recipes – FAQ
How hot does a crock pot get?
A crockpot gets to about 300 degrees. Typically, the LOW setting is about 200 degrees Fahrenheit and the HIGH setting is about 300 degrees. On low most dishes are cooked between 8 – 10 hours and on high between 4 – 6 house.
Crock pot recipes take a long time to cook but are easy because you don’t have to do anything after they’ve started.
How long does it take a slow cooker to heat up?
It takes about three to four hours for a slow cooker to heat up to the simmer point on high and about seven to eight hours for the slow cooker to heat up on low.
Can I keep food warm in a crockpot?
You can keep food warm in a crockpot using the warm setting for up to four hours. It is not recommended to keep the food on warm longer than four hours and you should never cook food on the warm setting, only warm up previously cooked food.
Does meat need to be submerged in slow cooker?
Meat does not need to be submerged in slow cooker – It doesn’t matter if the meat is covered or not. The inside of the slow cooker will be warm enough to cook the meat with both heat and steam. It is called braising when you cook without submerging and simmering wen you cook with submerging the meat.
Can you overcook in a slow cooker?
You can overcook in a slow cooker – what happens if you leave a roast or other food in too long is that it will become over cooked and possibly dry or too mushy.
After your slow cooker reaches this simmer point, the remaining time on your dish depends on its weight, cut, density, and ingredients.
What temp is warm on a slow cooker?
On the warm setting, a slow cooker or crock pot will be approximately 165 degrees to 175 degrees Fahrenheit. This temperature will vary some from device to device, and it is important to note that this temperature is below the simmer point (roughly 200 degrees) and should not be used to cook food.
The only prep needed for this awesome dessert is the cubing of your bread (or tearing if you like a more rustic feel to your desserts) and the mixing together of the wet ingredients.
It takes all of five minutes and your slow cooker does all the rest! This is one of those crock pot recipes that is great for using up your leftover pumpkin puree after pumpkin everything season has ended.
Now this is a slow cooker recipe I would love to wake up to! Just imagine the smell of coffee and pumpkin spice drifting through the air as you slowly open your eyes to greet the new day.
How could you resist? And because it’s done in a slow cooker, it’s a large batch drink that’s perfect for a house full of guests.
M’mm…..shepard’s pie. The ultimate comfort meal!
The most annoying part of this meal will be waiting for it to finish cooking so you can eat it!
These meatballs start off being browned in a skillet or in the oven, and then finish in the slow cooker where they absorb all that wonderful Asian inspired flavor and come out juicy, tender, and absolutely delicious!
They’d be great served as an appetizer or over rice and veggies for a full meal! Crock pot recipes for appetizers are great because you can serve them right in the slow cooker.
Winner, winner, slow cooker chicken tikka masala dinner! Yum! This recipe is restaurant quality, which means you’ll feel like you’re sitting at a table at your favorite Indian restaurant, all while being in the comfort of your own home.
You can’t beat that. It’s also low-carb and keto friendly! Just skip the grains and use cauliflower rice instead! Yum!
I love this as an alternative to roasting a whole turkey on Thanksgiving.
It’s great for smaller families and will still leave you with plenty of leftovers for meal prepping. I love that there are crock pot recipes for every size family.
Speaking of leftovers… This turkey dumpling soup is a GREAT way to use up those leftovers from your Thanksgiving feast! Don’t have any turkey leftovers? No problem, just use chicken instead.
And check out those dumplings. They’re like little fluffy and delicious clouds. Nom nom nom.
Think chicken masala….but with veggies instead of chicken. Great for the vegan/vegetarian crowd. There are crock pot recipes for every diet!
What’s great about this curry is that making it in the slow cooker gives all those spices ample time to really come to life and do their thing, and it tastes so much better than any curry you could ever make on the stove top!
This is a crock pot recipes meal for the record books! It all cooks together at once in your slow cooker, and when you’re ready to serve, simply remove the spaghetti squash and stuff it full of what’s left in the crock pot.
Add some cheese and your choice of toppings and enjoy!!
Crock Pot Recipes – Pulled Pork Recipe
This pulled pork recipe is one of my absolute favorite crock pot recipes! And so easy to make.
Crock Pot Recipes - Pulled Pork
- 1 pork butt roast about 4 pounds
- 1/4 to 1/3 cup Worcestershire sauce
- 3/4 cup light brown sugar
- 1 cup apple juice
- 1/2 teaspoon salt