30 Healthy Slow-Cooker Recipes: Chicken, Chili & More

Mar 16 2018


No time to waste! We've rounded up a TON of our favorite slow-cooker recipes for your convenience. Make-ahead morning meals, hearty stews, fruity desserts… They're all right here!

Make-Ahead Breakfast



Breakfast in a slow cooker!? It's like a robot is cooking for you while you sleep!

Mega Meaty



Whether you prefer pork, chicken, or beef, we've got you covered...

Soups & Stews



Get all cozy with a bowl of something hot 'n steamy...

Chili Cookoff



Can you tell we love chili? Even if you've got a go-to recipe, you'll probably want to give at least one of these a try…



Scoopable Sides



Scoop up a side of veggie-boosted macaroni, or treat yourself to some of the yummiest veggies around...

Rooty Tooty Hot 'n Fruity



Forget traditional desserts with carby crusts and loads of sugar. These are so healthy, you could eat 'em for breakfast!

Chew on this:

Mmmmm, today (March 16th) is National Artichoke Hearts Day. We're crazy about this Spinach & Artichoke Chicken Skillet. It's like the mealtime version of the classic party dip!

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