Slow Cooker Recipes

Slow cookers are affordable to buy, can cut down the time you spend cooking, can help you set budgets and plan in advance, and even make cooking less fatty.

Better yet, lots of chefs share their slow cooker recipes online for free.

We’ve searched the web to find the best slow cooker recipe sites and the tastiest, easiest slow cooker recipes for you to try at home.

Get Crocked – Slow Cooker Honey Glazed Ham

Get Crocked is run by chef Jenn Bare, who has a weekly show in the U.S. and is known as the ‘Crock-Pot Girl’. Her blog is packed full of recipes, from breakfast, lunch and dinner to desserts and hot drinks. To make the most of her recipes it’s worth investing in cup measuring utensils, which often come in handy for American recipes.

Her ‘Slow Cooker Honey Glazed Ham’ recipe is delicious and sure to warm you up on a cold winter’s evening. Spiced with cloves, honey, cinnamon and mustard, it is a seasonal treat that’s very simple to make.

CrockPot Ladies – Crock-Pot Cranberry-Orange Chutney

With nearly 1.5 million followers on Facebook, the CrockPot Ladies are internet superstars with a great selection of recipes on their popular site.

Their Crock-Pot Cranberry-Orange Chutney makes a fantastic accompaniment to turkey, chicken or pork and saves the hassle of having to make it weeks in advance.

Slow Cooker Gourmet – Slow Cooker Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup

Slow Cooker Gourmet is a brilliant site for people who like to try new food, although it’s also home to a host of simple recipes too.

The Crockpot Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup makes a tasty and wholesome dinner to curl up on the couch with over the winter, especially if you succumb to a seasonal cold.

Food Network – Slow Cooker Gooey Brownie Cake

Lots of big recipe websites have slow cooker sections, and the popular Food Network lifestyle website is no exception. It’s populated with dozens of slow cooker recipes taken from television shows, and features main meals, starters, desserts and more.

The Slow Cooker Gooey Brownie Cake is easy to make and makes a fantastic family dessert when served warm with vanilla ice cream.

Have you ever used a slow cooker?

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19th Jun 2015
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Any veggie recipes for slow cooker would be appreciated.
29th Jan 2015
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What size slow cooker would you recommend for a single person.
25th Feb 2015
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Depends how you plan to use it. Bear in mind slow cookers work at two-thirds to three- quarters full. let's say you want to make meat stew. if you were doing it in a saucepan on the stove-top, putting meat, potatoes, carrot, beans, mushrooms etc all in the one pan with liquid, what size pan would that be, allowing that it would not be full to the brim? That's the size slow cooker you want.
However, beware of buying too small. Personally, I like to cook 2 or 3 times the quantity I want now, freeze the surplus and have a day off from cooking next week. Also, I make my own sauces and ketchups and I need a large cooker for them.
Don't lose sleep over it. Most people get hooked once they get used to using these cookers - you might end up with 2 or 3 in different sizes, as I have done!

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