11 Delicious and Easy Dump and Go Slow Cooker Meals
Published on 10 May 2019
Since having another baby I don't have time any more to cook dinner for an hour each evening. Come slow cooker "dump and go" recipes to the rescue.
You can just dump these recipes in your slow cooker in the morning on low or at midday on high and your set to go. Delicious, nutritious food your kids will also enjoy in just 15 minutes or less.
Both my husband and toddler boy enjoyed this meatball and pasta dish a lot. I made it easier by using ready made frozen meatballs instead of rolling it myself.
My husband complained about chicken breasts in the crock pot being bland and dry. But this recipe he found flavourful and my toddler son asked for another helping.
This dish has a very delicious sauce that doesn't taste like mushrooms at all. I'm going to try it with a roast pork instead of chops.
This recipe has a delicious list of ingredients to make a succulent sauce. I'll try it next time instead of just salt and pepper on my roast lamb (which my husband said needed sauce). Feel free to skip the step where you don't serve it the same day and dig in.
This is a rotisserie style whole cooked chicken which will yield enough leftovers for a chicken salad the next day (if you're a family of 3 and a baby).
In order to save money on our grocery bill, I've included two vegetarian dishes. And cooking lentils in the slow cooker will make them very soft and flavorful.
Lentils are excellent in a soup and the spinach will cook away, blend in and sneak past a toddler. I like to serve it with grilled cheese sandwiches.
The secret to making this soup so flavorful is to let it simmer and cook all day and to keep the ingredients simple and easy.
Split peas are very nutritious and full of protein and makes for a very delicious soup.
Simple meal with an exotic twist and melt in your mouth softness.
Just throw everything together and set and forget for a lovely Mexican soup.