Delicious Crockpot Meals You Must Try This Fall

Posted: September 23, 2021 10:55 am

After a day of work, errands or sightseeing, it is comforting to know that supper is already done when you get home. Using these easy crockpot meals is a sure way to save money over eating out, and your family will love how these dishes taste.

Chicken Noodle Soup

Chicken noodle soup tastes incredibly delicious on a cold winter day, but once you taste how great this slow cooker Chicken Noodle Soup tastes, you will want to make it year-round. Chicken breasts are one of the cheapest meats in your butcher shop. Go ahead and buy the chicken breasts with the skin on them to make your soup more flavorful. You may also want to consider swapping out some or all of the water in this recipe for chicken broth as it will add more flavor. Consider using poultry seasoning on the chicken before putting it in the slow cooker.

Slow Cooker Stuffed Shells With Spinach

You can prepare pasta shells right in your crockpot, making it easy to get supper on the table. For a meatless meal, stuff the shells with a spinach and cheese mixture. You can easily swap out the filling for your favorite and use the same technique. This recipe is excellent with a side salad and some garlic bread.

Red Beans and Sausage

Make it Cajun night tomorrow night at your house by putting some red beans on to soak. Your slow cooker is the perfect place to soak them. Then, rinse them in the morning and cook them with your favorite ring sausage. You can choose between spicy or mild depending on your family’s tastes. You can also add the amount of Cajun seasoning that you like. Additionally, this recipe tastes great served over rice. This recipe will keep a long time warm, making it perfect for those nights when everyone’s doing their own thing.

Root Beer Pot Roast

Nothing could be simpler than making a root beer pot roast. This meal is extremely flexible as you put the pot roast in the crockpot and pour a can of root beer over it. Serve it the first night with a great salad and some vegetables. Then, stir in some barbecue sauce, shred the meat, and serve it on buns the second night. You can also efficiently serve it as open-faced sandwiches with some potatoes and gravy. While this recipe calls for rump roast, you can easily substitute bottom or top round steak and prepare the same way.

Hawaiian Ribs

If you love ribs, but do not have the time to mess with cooking them on the grill, then try Hawaiian Ribs. This recipe has the perfect amount of tangy and sweet. Pork and beef ribs work equally well. You can sear the ribs to keep them firmer while cooking or put them in the crockpot. This recipe adds heat through sriracha, but you can swap it out with barbecue sauce or ketchup if you do not want a spicy taste. This recipe uses diced pineapple, but you can swap it out for pineapple rings if it is in your pantry.

Crockpot Chicken and Dumplings

It is so easy to make Crockpot Chicken and Dumplings in the slow cooker. Combine leftover chicken breast with chicken broth and chicken bouillon. Let it simmer all day. Then, right before you serve it, tear up tortillas and add to the mixture. You can use wheat or flour tortillas. The result will taste like you worked over a hot stove all day. If you like carrots or celery in your chicken and dumplings, add them with the meat to be nice and tender when you are ready to eat. If the meat does not shred by itself, tear it up with a knife and fork before adding the tortillas.

Crock Pot King Ranch Chicken

Legend says that the first King Ranch Chicken casserole was prepared on the largest ranch in South Texas to feed cowboys. Once you taste the goodness of this version, you will never bake it in the oven again. A favorite of many people, this recipe is a great option to take to a potluck as it serves a crowd at a very reasonable cost. Use a rotisserie chicken from the deli, boil chicken until done, or use can chicken as it will not matter. You can also choose to sauté the onions and pepper ahead of time if you want a softer texture, but they will do just fine without it.

Crockpot Stuffed Peppers

You can use chicken or beef to make crockpot stuffed peppers. Choosing to use quinoa means you do not have to pre-cook it first, but you can use pre-cooked rice if you prefer. The choice of cheese that you use is also totally up to you. If you want some kick, try sharp cheddar, but pepper jack is another delicious choice. You can serve this with a variety of toppings so that everyone can create their delicious masterpiece.

Slow Cooker Breakfast Casserole

If you love breakfast for supper, then making Slow Cooker Breakfast Casserole is a great choice. You can also get this one ready before bed and let it cook overnight if you prefer breakfast in the morning. The number of ways that you can switch this casserole up is almost endless. You can choose sausage, ham or bacon or a combination of all three. Think about the ingredients found in your favorite omelet and put them in there. Choose the cheese that your family likes the best or whatever is in the refrigerator that needs to be used. Serve it with a dash of Tabasco or some salsa if you love Mexican food.

Slow Cooker Salmon

While most crockpot recipes need to cook for several hours, you can make salmon in your slow cooker in about two hours. If you are not usually a chef, this simple recipe is a great option to impress someone special. This recipe even makes its sauce using simple ingredients. It comes out so flavorful and juicy that it is sure to impress even the pickiest eater.

Slow Cooker Pepper Steak

While you need to do a little prep work on the stovetop to put this dish together, you can relax for about four hours and return to find perfectly prepared pepper steak. While you can cut up a sirloin steak as this recipe suggests, you can also use fajita strips to make the recipe faster. If you want firmer green peppers, leave them out until about halfway done cooking, or they will be mushy.



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