Slow-Cooker Recipes to Feed a Crowd
Hot Artichoke Dip
Made with reduced-fat cream cheese and Greek yogurt, this hot artichoke dip is a lighter take on the traditional fan favorite.
Root Beer Pulled Pork Sandwiches
Root beer + pork = game day genius. Serve on slider buns for mouthwatering sandwiches the grown-ups and the kids will devour.
Mississippi Mud Pudding Cake
Don't serve this warm, decadent dessert at halftime, because it will instantly steal the show. Leave out the nuts if any of your guests is allergic.
Game day? Potluck? Random Tuesday? Kids (and grown-ups) will devour this app anytime.
Sweet, spicy, and all-around delicious, these meatballs will definitely impress your friends and family. Feel free to reveal (or not) that the secret to this easy recipe is using frozen meatballs.
Slow-Cooker Mashed Potato Bowls
Talk about super bowls! Think of these creamy crowd-pleasers as deconstructed, fully-loaded baked potatoes. Set out toppings so everyone can build their own snack. Other stellar topping options include steamed broccoli, chives, sour cream, and hot sauce, of course.
Golden Chicken Chili
This chili may be healthy (gasp!), but it's also perfect party food. Set out toppings like sour cream, chopped tomatoes, lime wedges, and cilantro for a make-your-own chili bar.
Slow-Cooker Pork Tacos
You can't go wrong with tacos. But to kick the party up a notch, top tortilla chips with the cooked pork, sprinkle with shredded cheddar, and broil in the oven until the cheese is melted. Nacho time!
Sloppy Chicken Joes
Ready-made pizza sauce keeps these crowd-pleasers sweet and simple. Feel free to sub in ground turkey for the chicken.
Vegetarian Slow-Cooker Barbeque Chili
This flavorful chili just happens to be meatless, but we bet the carnivores in your crowd will hardly notice.
French Onion Beef Dip Sandwich
Tougher (and less expensive) cuts of meat like the beef chuck roast in this recipe become tender and rich after a long stint in the slow cooker. This is our take on a traditional Beef Au Jus sandwich.