Relying on your slow cooker and prepared dough cuts the prep time for these scrumptious fry bread tacos way down. Customize your taco-toppings based on your family’s preferences and get ready to serve up seconds!
Spend 15 minutes in the morning and enjoy this classic dish is come dinnertime. The slow-cooked garlic is divine smeared on bread, stirred into mashed potatoes or atop vegetables.
A not-so-secret ingredient (cola!) lends an irresistible sweetness to this finger-lickin’ rib recipe. Stop by the store on the way home for coleslaw and cornbread and you’ll have dinner on the table in no time.
Tender slow-cooked pork, fresh veggies and crunchy peanuts bulk up this Asian-inspired noodle dish. Bonus: Clocking in at nine servings, there’s bound to be leftovers for tomorrow’s lunch!
This Italian classic develops intoxicating depth when made in the slow cooker. Serve it with crusty garlic bread, fresh greens and tiramisu for a full-fledged feast.
Fire-roasted tomatoes, chipotle chiles in adobo, chocolate and spices melt together in your slow cooker to create a deep, decadent mole sauce. Your family will swoon when they get a whiff!
This cake is pure magic, with a thick layer of hot fudge on the bottom and delicious chocolate cake on top. Serve with graham crackers on the side for the complete s’mores experience.
With four ingredients and a fuss-free preparation, this beefy sandwich filling is a weeknight winner on those nights you’re just too busy (or tired) to cook.
A tangy five-ingredient glaze elevates this ham to something heavenly. Slow cook it on a Sunday, and reap the rewards of tasty leftover ham all week long.
For a pizza dinner that’s anything but ordinary, serve up individual naan flatbreads topped with Indian-spiced coconut chicken and a cool, crunchy slaw.
You may miss the little white takeout boxes and fortune cookie finale, but the tenderness of this beef will not disappoint!
Spicy, smoky and oh-so satisfying, this slow-simmered stew is versatile as all get out. Play around with the levels of heat by adding more pepper or hot sauce, or swap in cubes of ham for the Andouille sausage.
Enjoy this spicy queso dip with tortilla chips or fresh veggies. A delicious addition to any Mexican-night or game-day spread.