Yes, winter is still hanging around, but what better time to get out the ol’ crockpot then when it’s chilly outside? I’ve rounded up some fabulous new crockpot recipes for you to try out. I hope you enjoy them and find something yummy you and your friends or family will devour together!
Zesty Barbecue Chicken – All Recipes
With only a few ingredients, you can whip up some of this zesty barbecue chicken for lunch or dinner. It makes enough for 6 servings and would go well with any type of veggie or rice side dish.
Black-eyed Peas with Bacon – Southern Food
I love bacon! Which is why this particular recipe caught my eye. I’m a big fan of bean dishes as well, so I’m sure I’ll be trying this one out very soon. A batch of cornbread would go great with this on a cold winter’s day.
Apple Butter – Food Network
Each Christmas, my grandmother gives everyone a gift of apple butter she placed in a jar during the fall. However, instead of apple juice, she uses concentrated orange juice. You could always give it a try when you decide to make this apple butter recipe in the crockpot.
Vegetable and Chickpea Curry – Cooking Light
I have a shaker of curry powder accessible at all times. I love it in eggs, on rice, and in many other dishes. There are quite a lot of ingredients in this recipe, but it sounds absolutely delicious! Once you gather everything up, all you have to do is put them all in the crockpot and let it do the rest of the work for you.
Sweet Potato and Bean Stew – Moms Who Think
This sounded like a lovely addition to add to my collection of crockpot recipes. When you’re making this recipe, don’t forget to leave the almonds out of the mix. They are to be roasted and used as a topping, not added to the stew as it cooks.
Crockpot Cheese Cake – Crockpot Ladies
Of course, there needs to be a dessert amongst all these fantastic recipes, right?! Here’s one for cheesecake. It sounds easy, tasty, and it’s in a crockpot!! How much better can it get? The instructions say to let the cake cool for up to an hour and then remove it and refrigerate it for an hour as well. Be sure to keep this in mind when you’re planning on making and serving this dee-lish dessert.
What’s your favorite crockpot recipe you seem to use most often in the winter?