What’s for dinner tonight? We all could use an easy meal to make that everyone will like. Put your slow cooker to work and make these Pulled Pork Sliders.
Using a slow cooker to make risotto is perfect for not having to stand at the stove and constantly stir the rice, which makes this vegetarian dish a great option even on a busy weeknight. Medium thick asparagus spears are the best choice for this recipe.
In these winter months I like to make beef stew. Stew meats get tender when I use my slow cooker. It’s important to tenderize the beef before cooking and then stew slowly in the liquid using the gentle heat from the slow cooker. As an added bonus, your house will smell delicious.
No need to precook the gluten-free lasagna noodles for this dish. All you need to do is assemble this super easy lasagna in the morning and you will have a hearty meal waiting for you when you get home.
Put this dish together the night before and let the oats cook overnight, so you can wake up to a breakfast the whole family will enjoy. If you don’t have a dairy intolerance, use milk instead of the oat milk.
A complete one-pot meal, this stew is perfect for chilly nights at home or your next tailgate. The sauerkraut will mellow as it cooks.
Serve up a bowl of comfort with this stew, which features tender beef, sweet carrots, and fiber-filled barley.
Pair with creamy mashed potatoes and this slow cooker version of a comfort food classic will warm your heart and soul.
The slow cooker keeps these Game Day Mini BBQ Meatballs hot for serving, takes the stress out of entertaining, and are the perfect game-day treat. Use gluten-free panko bread crumbs if you want to make these meatballs gluten-free.
Growing up we called this dish New England Boiled dinner. Honestly, I don’t know why I don’t make it more often. This year St. Patrick’s Day falls on the weekend and I’d rather not spend all day cooking, which means I’ll be cooking corned beef & cabbage in the slow cooker.