by Lisa Lozano
No time to cook on busy weekdays? No problem! Throw these entrees in the crockpot in the morning before school and work, then simply serve up at meal time! Done and done!
This slow-cooker chicken chili is super easy to prepare in the morning, and won’t derail your summer diet plans because it’s all good for you! Plus it’s super easy to put on the table since it’s a one-pot meal.
These barbeque chicken sandwiches are the perfect summer meal when you’re craving BBQ flavor but don’t want to stand over a hot grill.
Sometimes you just want good ‘ole comfort food. You can prep these chicken meatballs in the morning and then just assemble the sandwiches when it’s time to eat!
Something about tacos just says “summer.” These chipotle pork tacos are the perfect antidote to a long day – they are easy to assemble and customize.
One of the key tips for cooking healthy is to load up on flavor, and this recipe has it all. One key ingredient: chestnut butter. Not only does it provide a mouth-watering nutty flavor, it's also way healthier than using regular butter. A recipe that replaces calories with great taste. Sold!
On a mission to feed your family healthy meals? What better way to do so than by making a recipe by 'Biggest Loser' trainer Bob Harper? This recipe is loaded with great flavor and healthy ingredients -- everything from cauliflower, to carrots, turkey and dill.
This fun recipe will make you and your family feel like you're eating out! Kelsey starts with boneless, skinless chicken thighs (super affordable and really tender), which she slow cooks in a spicy sauce, shreds and serves up on slider buns with a blue cheese aioli and celery leaves. Delish!
This pork roast is a true lifesaver, since it can be served five different ways! You can serve it up with BBQ sauce for pulled pork sandwiches, add to mac and cheese, serve with an egg on avocado toast, make a Ragu and serve over pasta, and serve up with beans and cheese in a tortilla for burritos!
This delicious entrée was dreamed up by the master himself, Emeril Lagasse, and makes for an impressive treat at the end of a long school and work day. A hearty (and inexpensive) pot roast is served up in a rich jus with potatoes and carrots. Yum!
This Mexican casserole is delicious and, like the chili, is a one-pot dish that you just need to serve up when dinnertime comes. How easy is that?
This healthy and hearty meal features chicken, potatoes and green beans and won’t heat up your kitchen like roasting a chicken would.
This one is a winner – tender chicken thighs slow-cooked in a savory sauce and served over garlicky mashed potatoes.
What’s your favorite slow cooker meal? Tell us in the comments.