Classic Dishes to Make in your Slow Cooker

Take your favorite comfort food classics to the Crock-Pot. We’re talking fuss-free, crowd-pleasing recipes that cook low and slow for hours.
By Stephanie Schiraldi

This article has been posted with permission and originally appeared as Slow-Cooked Comforts: 10 Classics to Make in Your Crock-Pot on Relish.

Classic Dishes to Make in your Slow

Honey Garlic Chicken and Veggies

Gotta love a one-pan wonder! This flavorful chicken dish comes complete with three kinds of veggies, so it’s a balanced meal unto itself. See the recipe.

Classic Dishes to Make in your Slow

Baked Potato Soup

The only way to improve upon a bowl of creamy potato soup is to add a generous bacon, cheese and chive garnish. So don’t forget the extra fixins! See the recipe.

Classic Dishes to Make in your Slow

Slow Cooker Chili

The next time you’re craving chili, opt for this slow cooker variation, so you can go about your day until it’s done. See the recipe.

Classic Dishes to Make in your Slow

Crock-Pot Macaroni and Cheese

Skip the strainer. Skip the casserole dish. Just toss all of your ingredients—a combination of pasta, milk, cheese and eggs—into the Crock-Pot, and three hours later, you’re in business. See the recipe.

Classic Dishes to Make in your Slow

Chicken Noodle Soup

What’s more comforting than a steamy bowlful of chicken noodle soup? Knowing it’ll be ready when you get home from work. See the recipe.
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