Slow Cooker Recipes

Slow cooking in a crock pot? Look no further than our delicious and easy slow cooker recipes—from breakfasts to soups to dinners.

We love slow cooking because you can have home-style meals with a busy schedule.

A slow cooker heats food at a low wattage so you can be away from home all day working or running errands while your food cooks!

Slow cooking is also useful if you have guests or you are entertaining.

Slow Cooker Breakfasts

Bacon, Eggs, and Hash Browns Flan

Maple Cornbread with Sausage and Apples

Cinnamon-Raisin-Granola Bread Pudding

Ricotta French Toast

 

Slow Cooker Soups

Turkey Stock / Turkey and Wild Rice Soup

Best Broccoli Soup

Jambalaya Soup

Minestrone

 

Slow Cooker Dinners

Beef Burgundy

Cranberry Pot Roast

Corned Beef Brisket with Spring Vegetables

Apples and Pork

You may also enjoy our Dutch Oven Recipes which can be made in a slow cooker.

If you enjoy this recipe collection or have suggestions, please comment below or on any of the individual recipe pages. And submit your own recipes on Almanac.com!

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Comments

Exactly Brian!!! Some very

By Belecotton

Exactly Brian!!! Some very good recipes I am looking forward to preparing in my SLOW cooker/Crock Pot!

I think this article is in

By Roseann

I think this article is in very bad taste due to the Boston Marathon bomb being a slow cooker!!!!

Rest assured these are

By Almanac Staff

Rest assured these are recipes for slowing cooking; this is not a pressure cooker by any means.
Slow recipes are those that go in a sort of crock pot that heats at a very low temperature--not "fast" or, in fact, involving any pressure at all.

Roseann, take it easy. There

By Brian D

Roseann, take it easy. There is a huge difference between a "Pressure Cooker" and a "Slow Cooker." You cannot make a "Pressure Cooker Bomb"(used in Boston) with a slow cooker.

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