Dust off that slow cooker - it's time to put it to work.
After a long, chilly day, few things are better to come home to than a warm house filled with the smell of a home-cooked meal. If you don't have a personal chef to make dinner while you're at work, it's time to get your slow cooker cookin'!
Here are our top 20 slow cooker recipes that will greet your nose as soon as you walk in the door.
The pot pie is an all-American classic that sometimes gets overlooked, but it's hard to deny this comfort food when making it is so easy.
Making enchiladas is a labor of love - emphasis on the labor. This version is pure love.
Imagine that instead of smelling savory goodness when you come home, you're smelling chocolate cake. Follow this recipe and that could be your reality.
This dish is perfect if you've only got some key ingredients - chicken, salsa, corn, beans and cream cheese - on hand. It's a party in a pinch.
These party apps have the best of both flavor worlds and couldn't be easier to make.
Only 3 ingredients to moist, flavorful pulled pork that can be prepared in minutes and cooked in a slow cooker.
Forget about the old school diner dish? Well, it's back, baby, in a slow cooker.
This thick soup leaves little to be desired after a marathon leaf-raking session.
Sure, some may turn their nose up at cocktail wieners, but we bet that as soon as no one's looking, they're mowing down these salty little treats like there's no tomorrow.
We prefer to use the word "classic" when describing this perfect cold-weather soup.
Classic chicken marsala may require a great deal of skill and effort, but this version is foolproof.
This recipe will most definitely let your family know what season it is as the scent of pork, apples and cinnamon fill the house.
Having some guests over? This cider is more than a seasonal beverage, it's also an ambiance-booster.
Looking for an easy-peasy Thanksgiving main course? Search no further.
This is a slight variation on classic beef stew - you'll be amazed at the difference some gourmet mushrooms make.
Chutney is an overlooked condiment in the U.S., but tastes great on sandwiches, in salads or as a dip for samosas.
Serve these syrupy-sweet pears over vanilla ice cream or pound cake for an memorable fall dessert.
Sometimes all you need at the end of a chilly fall day is a big bowl of spaghetti, and this recipe can help you fulfill that.
Ah, the split pea - not a bean, not yet a lentil. Help this neglected legume solidify its identity by making this classic version of its namesake soup.
If you're in charge of the stuffing this year, we've totally got you covered with this unexpected meat- and nut-studded version.