Recipes in the 'Crockpot' category

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Your friends will be green with envy when you prepare this traditional St. Patty's Day feast. The best part is how easy it is – just throw the ingredients in the crockpot. Lucky you!

Make a hot, satisfying stew with this low-maintenance, slow-cooked delicacy. It's spicy and ready to serve up when you come in from the cold.

The Asian flavors and its simplicity make this recipe a winner on any busy night when you need a homecooked meal that's hot and ready when you are.

Take it slow and easy -- dinner is covered and ready when you are. Combine savory ingredients like beans, tomatoes and pork tenderloin, and enjoy!

There's nothing like a moist and tender pot roast to soothe your craving for some comfort food. Serve this roast over rice and with a side of fresh green beans for a well-rounded meal.

It goes without saying that this 10 clove chicken dish will keep the vampires away. But that doesn't make it any less appetizing. It's a breath of fresh air from the dinner doldrums.

Put some Delhi in your belly with this easy Indian dish. Korma is a traditional Indian curry -- impress your guests and family with this flavorful offering.

For an unusual and nutritious vegetarian meal, give this slow-cooked Indian meal a try. Frying beforehand makes tofu tasty, and the dish is spiced perfectly.

Need a quick, one-dish meal? This hearty, homestyle grub fits the bill. It's filling, tasty and best of all, chock full of veggies!

This family-style dish will taste like you slaved over it all day – but the crockpot can be your little secret! Enjoy some comfort food – and plenty of leftovers – tonight!


There's no reason to make a stink over this stuffed cabbage casserole. Simply toss the ingredients together and let the slow-cooker do the work.


The crockpot works its magic on this savory dish to create an easy, elegant meal that's perfect over rice. Save time and effort and impress your guests!

This Southern classic doesn't need any TLC to get that slow-cooked, smoky flavor. Just throw the ingredients in the crockpot and enjoy a super supper!

This spicy homestyle chili is ready when you get home from work, making it a low-maintenance weeknight dinner. Serve with cornbread for a real Texas treat.

We're not pulling your leg, but we are pulling your chicken. This BBQ pulled chicken tastes like something served up in your favorite barbecue joint. Dig in.

Shake you rump... as in this tasty rump roast that will be lying in wait all day. While you're gone for the day, the slow-cooker does the work to prepare this succulent dish. It's a real taste of home.

You won't be called a crackpot after you've made this crock-pot special. This recipe can be assembled the night ahead. Arrange all the ingredients in a crock-pot and let sit in refrigerator overnight.

If you have plenty of patience, this slow-cooked soup is one you won't want to miss. This soup is prepared in the crockpot and takes up to six hours. It's well worth the wait.


Slowly but surely, this chili is just the thing. Serve this vegetarian dish with guacamole, tortilla chips, Cheddar cheese and sour cream. Spice things up tonight.

Hungry for a meal with some meat to it? This crockpot beef is your answer to the pleas of hungry mouths. The best part is the slow-cooker does the work for you.