17 Free Thanksgiving Recipes You Can Make in a Slow-Cooker

17 Free Thanksgiving Recipes You Can Make in a Slow-Cooker

Be prepared to be extra grateful for your slow cooker this holiday season.

When it comes to preparing for Thanksgiving dinner, your oven and stove are precious real estate.

So save some space (and effort) by whipping up some dishes on your slow cooker.

Thanksgiving is almost a week away, and soon the ovens across the country will work overtime.

A kitchen strategy is key as you try to include various cooking times and preparations for oven and stovetop dishes.

There never seems to be enough time (or counter space).

Whether you've completed your menu for the day or are only responsible for some side dishes, we've scoured the web and found 17 slow cooker recipes suitable for Thanksgiving.

9 Home Vegetarian Recipes for Thanksgiving - Quick and Easy

1. Sweet Potato Casserole

Be sure to wait until the last minute to add this marshmallow.

That oyee sticky marshmallow topping !! All made in crockpot. So easy without taking the oven room. Double win

Get the recipe here

2. Cranberry Butter

This luxurious cranberry butter is much better than the canned sauce you might use. Cooked low for hours and then mixed until smooth.

"I actually made two batches of two cranberry bags because my neighbor took off some plum jelly and I wanted to give him a loving mason bottle as a thank you."

"Sometimes, Dessert for Two of the world is quiet because my desserts do not make a ton of leftover food to share with everyone."

"Occasionally, I make a giant dessert recipe (usually something I put here), and share it with everyone."

"But in general, most of the mini desserts are eaten straight from the oven by me and me."

"While I sometimes wish I had leftover desserts to share, I also do not want to be the reason someone should go to the gym."

"I'm going to cut that short right and catch myself before I start raving about how much I hate exercising."

"We're not talking about things like 'practice' as Turkey Day approaches.We do not actually talk about the so-called 'calories' until after the New Year."

Get the recipe here.

3. Pecan Pie

The secret of making a cookie in a slow cooker is you have to make sure the inside is properly lubricated with spray or butter.

Alternatively, you can align the machine with parchment paper-after all, the results will be delicious.

Get the recipe here.

4. Turkey Breast

If you are just a few hosts and do not want to make a whole bird, this slow cooker turkey chest is just what you need.

Get the recipe here.

5. Classic Stuffing

This recipe asks you to bake the bread in the oven before adding it to the slow cooker.

To save space oven, you can instead use croutons purchased at the store, stuffing box, or stale bread you have in hand.

Get the recipe here.

6. Glazed Ham

Can not decide between turkey and ham? Now you do not have to! Create one in the oven and the other in the slow cooker.

Okay this ham

Easy! Serious. So easy.

Simply throw in a slow cooker with a little water to avoid charred, then cover and cook with low temperature for about 6 hours.

Approximately one hour to serve the soup, pour over the ham, and let it cook for another 30 minutes.

Then you just pour it, slice it, and scoop up the remaining sauce from the top so you get lots of delicious flavors in each juicy ham cut. Yummmm.

That's all I can say. YUM.

Get the recipe here.

7. Brussels Sprouts With Maple Syrup, Cranberries, and Feta

The baked Brussels sprouts are good, but the sour and sharp cranberry-feta sprouts are much better.

Although Massachusetts is generally associated with cranberry production, Wisconsin is a true leader.

The country grew 55% of the world's cranberry supply, and most of the family owned cranberries. Cutler Cranberry, the farm I visited, is in the sixth generation of family ownership.

Lisa, one of the current owners of Cutler Cranberry, gracefully took me around the farm for a day, lent me her wader (the sexy rubber boots I wore in the photo above), and shared all about the cranberry growing process with me. I must have some misunderstandings.

First and foremost, I think that cranberries are grown in water.

Not! Cranberries actually grow on dry ground in large sandy plots called beds.

The water is used at harvest only.

The bed is inundated and the vines are shaken (or "tortured" - that's the tractor in the photo above).

The cranberries slipped from the vines and floated on the water.

Get the recipe here.

8. Slow-Cooker Creamed Corn

As if this cream corn recipe is not easy enough, it only takes five ingredients: canned corn, milk, sugar, cream cheese, and butter.

With just 5 ingredients - corn, cream cheese, milk, butter and sugar (pepper to spice of course) - you will not believe how easy it is at the same time in a slow stove.

Simply drop it all in crockpot, cover it, stir and that's it!

Well, how easy is that? And it's amazingly rich, creamy and very sweet to complement the main course.

But again, if you're like me, you'll just skip the main course and hold on to the cream corn.

Get the recipe here.

9. Apple Crisp

All flavored apple pie, but easier to make.

Yes that's right. Apple is crisply legitimate crunchy - even when made in a slow cooker!

Just make some apples of cinnamon and sugar, which will be your delicious base for the recipe.

And - a pro tip - be sure to invest in some nice cinnamon, as this is the main seasoning used in this recipe.

Get the recipe here.

10. Creamed Spinach

Definitely not the worst way to eat your vegetables.

Best Spinach Cream Recipe - Stunning Slow Cooker Stove or Stove with Inhaled Stove Cream that matches a soothing holiday meal.

Get the recipe here.

11. Butter Garlic-Herb Mashed Potatoes

Be prepared to fall in love with this herby, smelling garlic, sharp (thanks to sour cream) mashed tart.

If you do not have sour cream, Greek yogurt also works well.

The slow cooker mashed potatoes make a new look at the CDLC blog.

The Slow Cookie Recipe My original cooker is by far the most popular recipe in the entire blog.

Apparently you are obsessed with mashed potatoes that are as easy and tasty as I am.

You and me, we're two peas in the pod I'm telling you.

That's why I know that you are going to l.o.v.e. This simple mashed potato recipe is simple.

Today we add butter and garlic and bright spices to the classic side dish so you know it will be good.

Get the recipe here.

12. Apple Butter Rolls

Thanks to the addition of apple butter, it's a little sweeter than your regular meal rolls.

Sprinkle the roll with a little brown sugar.

Turn the slow cooker on high and "bake" for 60-90 minutes, depending on your crockpot. To test, touch the top of the roll.

If they feel a bit firm and no longer tacky, the scrolls are ready.

Repeat with a second batch of dough balls. Each batch will be cooked for 60-90 minutes, a total of 3 hours.

Get the recipe here.

13. Macaroni and Cheese

Not everyone presents the mac and cheese on Thanksgiving day, but everyone should do it.

This recipe is a great way to try it without using the oven space you save for the other side.

You already know this, but I processed it with a very easy recipe, and especially an easy slow cooker recipe.

Oh, and also with the cheese.

I remember growing there, there was this PeeWee Herman episode (do not judge) where she liked some food so she really married him.

If I am not married, I will marry the cheese. It's so entertaining and always there for you, am I right?

I mean that sometimes it causes stomach ache, but all true love is. ANYWAY, end of stupid story, and delicious start recipe.

SUPER EASY SLOW COOKER MACARONI AND CHEESE is my jam and everyone needs this recipe for their sleeves!

Get the recipe here.

14. Honey-Roasted Mixed Nuts

Your early bird visitors will need food to eat.

These sweet and savory beans will keep them busy.

This super simple roasted bean recipe, takes only 6 ingredients, all from ALDI!

For this recipe I chose Southern Grove Almond, Cashews and Pecan Halves for a pea mix.

You will also need Selected Selected Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Selected Special Raw, and Stonemill Sea Salt.

Get the recipe here.

15. Green Bean Casserole

Because Thanksgiving can not start until you make a green bean casserole.

Crock Pot Green Bean Casserole is a delicious combination of early cooking and the convenience of a slow cooker.

You definitely want this on the menu all year!

As much as I can identify as "foodie" or "food lover," there's one thing I'm not sure about. I'm not a food snob.

So, when someone makes the original Campbell bean casserole recipe with canned green beans, canned cream of mushroom soup, and canned fried onions, I've overcome it.

However, the foodie inside me has long wondered ... is there a better way?

Of course, there is a better way! In this Food Revolution era, there must be a better way for Green Bean Casserole.

Now I know it sounds brave. This is simply a statement to say that MY recipe is better than the loved version of 60+ years.

Campbell's recipe is practically an institution, decorating the Thanksgiving table every year, all over the country.

But the mine is made with crockpot. On the day you use your oven at most, make this casserole in crockpot.

But it will get better! It will be even better.

Get the recipe here.

16. Caramel Fondue

From apple slices to pretzels, there is no wrong way to remove dirt with this sauce, made from only three ingredients - caramels, thick cream, and marshmallows.

Say hello to your new post-Thanksgiving party trick.

Get the recipe here.

17. Candied Sweet Potato Casserole

Okay, so this takes a little oven time, but this will be the last thing you heat up before you can dig (and this is worth it).

Peel and cut 5 lbs of sweet potatoes and let your slow cooker do all the work for the next four hours.

Transfer to serving casserole spread the pecan layer over the sweet potato mixture and bake for 20 minutes to reach the maximum level before adding a mini marshmallow.

Bake for another five minutes (or until gold marshmallows) and dig.

Get the recipe here.


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