10 Fall Slow Cooker Recipes
10 Fall Slow Cooker Recipes that are perfect for Fall.
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The kids are back in school, football season has begun and soon the leaves will turn. We are busy working and shuffling the kids from one practice to another, so this calls for easy meals that don’t require us to be home to make them. Perfect time to dust off your slow cooker!
The tart apples and sweetness from the brown sugar makes the perfect blend of flavors for these Apple-Bourbon Country-Style Pork Ribs.
This baked potato soup uses cream cheese instead of heavy cream to make it thick and creamy. I could definitely make a big batch of this and eat it for days.
I love short ribs, they are tender and juicy and full of flavor and these Korean Style Short Ribs are no exception! You can skip the browning of the ribs in this recipe, which is a great time saver.
With Fall comes football–which makes me think of beer. The next best thing to drinking it is cooking with it! This Crockpot Beer Braised Chicken is served in a delicious sauce, make sure to have some hearty bread to sop it up!.
The pumpkin in this chili makes it nice and thick without making it too sweet. It won an award so it must be good, right?
Here’s your classic beef stew made with Burgundy wine. It’s true what they say; wine does make everything taste better.
Making risotto in the slow cooker gives it a creamy texture without having to spend all of your time stirring it. It’s flavorful and a filling comfort food.
Every time I bake a whole chicken in the oven, I either over cook it or under cook it. A helpful tool is a meat thermometer when using the oven or grill. By making a whole chicken in the slow cooker you take the guess-work out of it, and always comes out moist and juicy.
This gluten free clam chowder is so easy to make and a perfect fix it and forget it meal. It requires so little effort and is full of flavor.
This slow braised beef stew with mushrooms can be made 2 days ahead of time and stored in the fridge. Stews like this always seem to taste better after a couple of days of sitting.
For more Fall slow cooker recipes check our Crockpot & Slow Cooker board on Pinterest.
I am reconciling myself to the fact that Summer will be over soon….
Happy Fall Y’all!