Delicious one-pot meals that practically cook themselves.
This chili is modeled after a recipe that won the grand prize at the State Fair of Texas many years ago.
This hearty chili is truly a snap to prepare. After browning the beef and stirring in the spices to give them a slightly toasted flavor, you simply toss everything into a slow cooker and let the mixture simmer all day.
These wraps are a family slow cooker favorite.
Slow cookers are inexpensive, the cooking is simple, clean-up is a breeze, and it provides a super-efficient way to get a healthy dinner on the table.
This Slow-Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage recipe is so simple, you don't have to wait for St. Paddy's Day to roll around for an excuse to make it.
Todd Chandler, a Web site production supervisor in New York, serves this favorite recipe every Super Bowl Sunday.
The slow cooker is the perfect way to go for this traditional dish, since it must bubble away untended for hours, in any event. Be sure to serve with crusty bread, and Dijon mustard and horseradish on the side.
This is a tender and flavorful roast smothered with a chunky onion-carrot-raisin sauce.
A great comfort food when you're craving a warm and healthy bite.
These rice and vegetable stuffed peppers are versatile: Whole peppers can be presented as a colorful main dish, halves as a vegetable accompaniment to grilled meats or fish.
This is a slow-cooker rendition of the ever-popular chicken glazed with a mixture of apricot preserves, Russian dressing and dry onion soup mix that's usually baked in the oven.
From the kitchen of Carrie Saxe, Kent, Washington