Red Beans, Sausage & Collard Greens
Your family will enjoy these beans and greens with a spicy Southern twist.
Sweet and Sour Chicken Wings
No need to call for delivery. This Asian-inspired meal will have the whole family begging for seconds!
Autumn Pork and Pumpkin
With hints of spicy nutmeg and tart cider, this hearty dish showcases everyone's favorite fall flavors.
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Whip up this traditional dish with minimal effort and maximal results. You'll love the creamy, cheesy taste of this ultimate comfort food.
Mushroom Stuffed Chicken
Who knew something this elegant could come from your slow-cooker?! Serve over rice pilaf for a dinner party-worthy dish.
Western Potatoes and Eggs
Don't relegate your slow-cooker to dinner-only dishes. These tasty potato and eggs make a great hands-off brunch dish, leaving you more time to enjoy a lazy weekend morning.
Mustard Chicken with Artichokes and Grape Tomatoes
This tangy chicken dish couldn't be easier to prep. Just toss the ingredients into your slow-cooker and a few hours later you've got a fantastic weeknight dinner.
If you roast a chicken for dinner one night, there's no reason for you not to make your own stock with the leftover carcass. Cooking it up in your slow-cooker makes this easy task even easier.
Spaghetti Squash with Spicy Tomato Sauce
Topped with your favorite sauce recipe, spaghetti squash make a great alternative to your usual pasta dinner.
Mississippi Mud Pudding Cake
Turn dinnertime into a Mexican fiesta with this crowd-pleasing meal. Ol?!
Creamy Broccoli, Tortellini and Turkey
This decadent dish is comfort food at its finest.
Caribbean Jerk Pork
Take your typical pork dinner to the next level with this flavorful, island-inspired recipe.
As the name suggest, this hearty casserole is perfect for your morning meal. We're willing to bet the kids won't complain if breakfast for dinner shows up on the menu one night this week!
Spiced up chicken gets a cool compliment of tangy yogurt sauce in this flavorful Greek dish. Serve with whole grain pita wedges on the side.
Orange Butternut Squash
Butternut squash and apples are a match made in heaven when mixed with classic fall flavors like maple syrup and cinnamon. This slow-cooker side may just become a fixture on your holiday table.
Tropical Bread Pudding
Tropical fruits, coconut milk and toasted coconut add island flare to this decadent dessert.
Best Beef Fajitas
The hot peppers in these spicy beef fajitas pack a pretty powerful punch. If you're making this meal for little mouths, dial back on the peppers or omit them completely.
Cuban Picadillo Style Turkey Meatball Sandwiches
Picadillo, which means "small bits and pieces," is a sweet-and-savory spiced ground-meat mixture from Latin America. We've taken the flavors from traditional picadillo and used them in these family-friendly turkey meatballs.
Asian Style Tilapia Wrapped in Foil Packets
Slow-cookers aren't just for heavy soups and stews. This light fish dish is a great way to introduce seafood into your family's diet.
Buffalo Chicken Macaroni and Cheese
If you love Buffalo wings and macaroni and cheese, you'll flip for this dish that showcases the flavors of both!
Vegetarian White Bean and Eggplant Ragu
This hearty vegetarian stew is so filling and delicious, even carnivores won't miss the meat.
French Onion Beef Dip Sandwich
Tougher cuts of meat become tender and rich after a long stint in the slow-cooker. Here's our take on a classic Beef Au Jus sandwich.
Five-Grain Slow Cooker Cereal
Start your day off right with a healthy, five-grain cereal that will keep you satisfied until you find time for a lunch break.
Since you're using frozen fruits in this cobbler, you'll be able to indulge in the summery taste of cherries and raspberries all year round.
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How to Make Slow-Cooker Beef Stew
Watch the Naptime Chef Kelsey Banfield make a crowd-pleasing beef stew in her slow-cooker.