3 Slow Cooker Dinners You Can Make This Fall

apple crisp with crumble crust

It’s finally here! Fall means many things ­– cozy sweaters, pumpkin spice lattes, and of course, delicious slow-cooked meals. It’s time to get the crockpot out of storage and start making some delicious fall comfort food. Not only are slow cooker recipes easy to prepare, but they also make for some great leftovers later in the week! We’ve rounded up three delicious recipes that’ll keep you warm and cozy all season long. Whether you like using your slow cooker for appetizers, dinner, or dessert, these dishes will be sure to please the whole family.

Slow Cooked Honey Garlic Chicken

A slow cooker makes it easy to make delicious dishes without spending hours standing over a hot stove. This Slow Cooked Honey Garlic Chicken recipe is great if you’re looking for something new to try out. Everyone in the house will go crazy over it! The sweet and tangy Honey Garlic sauce needs to be made before you start cooking. Simply mix equal parts soy sauce and honey, then add sesame oil, hoisin sauce, and rice vinegar. Finally, place the chicken in the bottom of the slow cooker and pour the sauce on top of it. Cook for two to three hours on low.

Creamy Tomato Bisque

Cold weather is coming, and so is the perfect soup. This slow-cooked tomato bisque has everything you need: a buttery flavor, a little spice, and a heaping helping of delicious tomatoes. This particular recipe substitutes chicken broth for the traditional seafood stock found in most bisque. Add carrots, onions, and garlic to the broth and cook on high for four to six hours. You can stir occasionally, but don’t worry about it too much; we’re going for a thicker consistency here.

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Crock Pot Apple Crisp

This fantastic dessert is perfect for fall. By using apples that are both sweet and tart, you get a nice balance of flavors! Simply cook the apples in your slow cooker with cinnamon and ginger on low for two hours. Add a walnut crumble to the top, then cook on high until the apples are tender. Serve with vanilla ice cream for an unforgettable dessert!

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