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Eight hours. Low and slow. Get the recipe.
After all, who doesn't love taco night? Get the recipe.
This only takes six ingredients to make thanks to a packet of onion soup mix. Get the recipe.
Is there a better combo than chicken and biscuits? There is not. Get the recipe.
Just throw all the ingredients for the chicken in a Crock-Pot and let it cook for up to six hours. It'll be taco night before you know it. Get the recipe.
This comforting chicken noodle soup is packed with flavor thanks to red curry paste, fish sauce, coconut milk, and ginger. Get the recipe.
Go ahead and use whatever vegetables you like best in this ratatouille, such as tomatoes, zucchini, peppers, and onion. Get the recipe.
This creamy seafood soup is the perfect transition from summer flavors to fall comfort food. Get the recipe.
You could order take-out, or you could make this good-for-you meal that basically cooks itself. Get the recipe.
There's no breading or frying requires for this delicious yet lightened-up version of the Chinese take-out favorite. You could toss everything right into your slow cooker, but the recipe recommends searing the chicken in a pan first so that it gets nicely browned.
Recipe: Lightened-Up Slow Cooker Kung Pao Chicken
This recipe is so easy, you'll never cook lasagna in the oven again. You can always add ground turkey or beef for a non-vegetarian version. Get the recipe.
Look, sometimes you just need to set it and forget it. In those moments, look no further than this cheesy chicken pesto pasta dish. It practically cooks itself.
Recipe: Slow Cooker Pesto Mozzarella Chicken Pasta
Not only is this Mexican-inspired recipe so easy to make, but it's also a total family favorite, guaranteed to please the kids and adults alike.
Recipe: Slow Cooker Cheesy Chicken Taquitos
This classic comfort food never gets old. Fill the jumbo shells with a spinach and ground turkey mixture and layer them with tomato sauce and shredded mozzarella cheese. Get the recipe.
Nothing says fall like a big bowl of piping hot butternut squash soup. You can jazz this recipe up with a drizzle of sour cream or a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese and croutons. Get the recipe.
The only hands-on cooking you'll have to do is sauté the onions and beef before tossing them into the slow cooker. Get the recipe.
Serve this Italian chicken over pasta, rice, or even mashed potatoes for an easy and family-friendly weeknight dinner. Get the recipe.
This spicy shrimp gets a kick from paprika, salsa, cayenne pepper, and fire roasted tomatoes. It makes a delicious taco, burrito bowl, or fajita filling. Get the recipe.
Loaded with vegetables and rich cheese tortellini, this soup is the ultimate comfort food. Get the recipe.
Pasta night just got a whole lot more exciting thanks to this baked spaghetti dish, loaded with ricotta, ground beef, and marinara sauce. Get the recipe.
Rather than order take-out tonight, but your slow cooker to use. The result is just as tasty. Plus, it stays good for a few days in the fridge so you can make a big batch and enjoy it throughout the week.
Recipe: Slow Cooker Chicken Tikka Masala
This pot pie couldn't be easier. Just bake the refrigerated biscuits in the oven and add them to the slow-cooked chicken mixture right before serving. Get the recipe.
This sweet and tangy sauce comes together with ingredients you most likely have sitting in your pantry: soy sauce, rice vinegar, honey, brown sugar, garlic, and ginger. Get the recipe.
The best part about lo mein is you can mix it up by using whatever protein and vegetables you have on hand. Get the recipe.
One word: Gnocchi. Get the recipe.
It's as if mac 'n' cheese and bean chili became one...and what could be bad about that?
Recipe: Slow Cooker Chili Mac 'n' Cheese
Turns out, you can make perfectly cooked salmon right in the slow cooker. Just add lemon and some fresh herbs for flavor. Get the recipe.
Sometimes the greatest flavors occur when two different cuisines combine, like in this case. It's the best of Mexican and Korean cooking in one outstanding dish.
Recipe: Slow Cooker Korean Pork Tacos
Not only is this recipe cheap and vegan, but you probably already have most of the ingredients. Just grab a bag of lentils, coconut milk, and canned tomatoes, then cook everything with a bunch of spices. Get the recipe.
The star of the show here is the slow cooked pork, simmered in garlic, soy sauce, and sugar until it's soft and tender. Get the recipe.
You can make this hearty chili with ground turkey, chicken, pork, or beef. Or skip the meat all together and add black beans for a satisfying meatless meal. Get the recipe.
Cooking spaghetti squash in a slow cooker is literally fool-proof. Just pierce the squash with a fork or knife, place it in in the Crock Pot, and let it cook until it's tender and you can scoop out the flesh. Get the recipe.
With just a few simple ingredients like boneless chicken breasts, cream of chicken soup, veggies, and refrigerated biscuits, this classic southern comfort food will be a great addition to your dinner rotation. Get the recipe.
If you're trying to avoid meat, you can easily leave out the chicken and stick with quinoa. Dress it up with anything from sour cream and avocado to jalapeño and red onion. Get the recipe.
Whether you're cooking for the family, hosting friends for game night, or just craving something delicious, this should do the trick. Get the recipe.
There's no wrong time of day to eat an omelet. Breakfast for dinner, anyone? Get the recipe.
Loaded with black beans, green chilis, corn, salsa, and ground meat, these enchiladas will fill you up and make you feel great. Get the recipe.
Make a big batch of these meatballs and freeze the leftovers. Then you can defrost them on lazy nights when you don't feel like cooking. Get the recipe.
There's no better way to celebrate the beginning of soup season. Get the recipe.
Mmm, just like grandma used to make it. 😋 Get the recipe.
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