Here’s a list of 20 slow cooker items that are yummy and great for sharing this Thanksgiving.
The holidays can be hectic as all get out. But don’t let that get you down – Fall is also a great time for feasting! Some of the best food-based gatherings are right around the corner. Maybe you’re planning to get together with friends or family to get your noms on. But you’re totes busy; I get it. There are so many things to do and only so many hours in which to achieve all the things.
Gather ‘round as I impart some wisdom that will enrich your life. Ready? Two words: Slow cooker. Yup, that’s all you need to make a magical harvest feast happen. Your slow cooker will the lion’s share of the work allowing you the freedom to take care of any pesky tasks that would otherwise stand between you and a fantastic food!
Here’s a list of 20 slow cooker items that are yummy and great for sharing this Thanksgiving:
No, your eyes do not deceive you! This is a CAKE that you make in your slow cooker. Betty Crocker® Spice Cake Mix and pumpkin pie puree provide perfect harvest flavors for your feast!
Rich, creamy and just a little dreamy, this mac and cheese recipe will float anyone’s boat.
Trust me when I tell you that parsnips are your (very delicious) friends. And they just want to be as tasty as they can possibly be. Lucky for you, this recipe makes their dreams comes true.
Bright and tangy, orange juice and Grand Marnier™ help intensify the yum of homemade cranberry sauce.
Parsnip, butternut squash and granny smith apples are bathed in a beauteous chicken broth and savory spices – ready to fill up your belly!
Want the tastiest, creamiest spuds in the block? Betty Crocker™ Potato Buds™ mashed potatoes, milk, butter and cream cheese guarantee that you’ll have the best taters ever!
Sweet potatoes, brown sugar and applesauce – what sort of flavorful madness is this? It’s the kind you want to put in your face, trust me.
These meatballs are round, their zesty sauce is of red; eat all the meatballs, but not before bed. I mean you could – but who wants sauce on their pillows? Besides, aren’t you supposed to be sharing these?
I’ve made this before and let me tell you, it is dangerous. First of all, there is absolutely nothing that you can put it on that doesn’t taste freakin’ amazing! Also, it is so soooo good that there’s a very high probability of you eating it all yourself, with a spoon.
Apples, squash, curry and rich creamy coconut milk are combined in a rich and delicious soup that’ll keep the cold weather chills at bay.
Everyone loves dipping stuff in other stuff! You can totally make this dip in your slow cooker and then pretend it was a super-hard, rigorous process. No one has to know that you just threw everything in and walked away.
Look at these golden little discs of yum; it’s like tiny delicious suns on your plate. This is a perfect side dish that requires minimal effort but provides maximum taste!
These yummy potatoes will please anyone who likes it a little sweet. Brown sugar, nutmeg and vanilla are just a few of the ingredients that go into this delectable dish.
Apple and cranberry are clearly fall feast favorites, and this mulled beverage gets a flavor level up from fresh sliced ginger root!
This wonderfully easy snackable is so tasty that you might find it hard to avoid spoiling your appetite for dinner.
Some like it spicy and in cute little meatball form. These amazing balls of deliciousness are ready to party in your mouth. A great prelude to your fabulous fall feast!
I know this recipe is a lot of goodness to process. So please, just take a deep, calming breath as you imagine this rich, decadent hot cocoa making all of your dreams come true.
Things have certainly taken a turn for the ooey-gooey, caramelly and chocolatey haven’t they? You can certainly see where my interests lie. This awesome pull-apart bread won’t play with your heart, but it will please your palate!
Beets are nature’s candy. Don’t believe me? Why don’t you try out this recipe and then we’ll see who laughing.
One cannot live by savory alone. After a satisfying Thanksgiving dinner why not end the night with this decadent turtle pudding, courtesy of your slow cooker?