When the summer sun grows hot, here are 25 Summer Slow Cooker recipes that will keep your kitchen cool!
The slow-cooker can be your best friend during the summer. Enjoy the sun with friends and family and let the slow-cooker do the work for you. We’ve gathered delicious summer slow cooker recipes like tender and juicy pork ribs, sandwiches, healthy dinners, and even desserts. Reap the benefits of the slow cooker, keep the oven off and your kitchen cool this season!
Slow Cooker Korean BBQ Bulgogi Wraps stuffed with cabbage, carrots, and rice is one of my guy’s favorite meals on earth. Succulent flavors of South Korean bulgogi, easy to prepare with a slow cooker, a bag of coleslaw, and wrapped up in a flour tortilla. Incredibly delicious!
Slow Cooker Cabbage Soup is a healthy and vibrant soup, packed with vegetables like carrots, celery, green beans, peppers, and tiny new potatoes, all simmered in a fragrant broth. A warm and hearty soup to come home to.
Using a slow-cooker to braise pork means you can start this recipe in the morning, go about your day, and just sizzle the meat right before dinner. Store any leftover carnitas in the cooking liquid and use for sandwiches, or serve over polenta.
"These Slow Cooker Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps are so simple to put together and make such a delicious and healthy weeknight dinner. These wraps are so easy to adapt and can be topped with your favorite sauces, dips and veggies."
"Make your weeknight tacos healthy with these Turkey Taco Lettuce Wraps! They’re a breeze to throw together and are full of delicious flavors from ground turkey, delicious spices and all your favorite Mexican toppings."
If you’re looking for an easy dessert, this Slow Cooker Peach Cobbler is packed with summer fresh flavor, warmed with cinnamon and rich with buttery goodness. A golden, crusty top with melty vanilla ice cream is a summer treasure you won’t soon forget.
"Here’s how this goes down, grab your Old El Paso taco boats, load them up with the crockpot chicken, guacamole, cheese, salsa and any other toppings you see fit. I go heavy on the guacamole (ok and the cheese)."
"Two varieties of apples go into Apple and Pear Crisp, Granny Smith and McIntosh. We also used two semi-firm pears to get the right flavor combination. Place the fruit in the bottom of the slow cooker. Toss the fruit in a cup of granulated sugar, a teaspoon ground cinnamon, half teaspoon ground ginger, half teaspoon kosher salt, and two tablespoons fresh lemon juice."