5 Super Easy Crockpot Recipes gives you 5 plus 2 bonus easy crockpot meals at your fingertips that need little to no side dishes for dinner to be on the table – easy peasy!
Crockpot dinners are great when you have a busy day ahead and still need to have dinner on the table in a timely manner.
I’ve always used a crockpot because it’s made my life so much easier. You just throw in the ingredients, then you let the pot do the cooking.
Keep reading to discover all these delicious super easy recipes you can do right from the crockpot.
Ok, I know that officially this is suppose to be a list of 5 but I have given you 2 bonus ones from yours truly that I know are a hit with our family!
What are Super Easy Crockpot Recipes?
When I say something (in particular the following recipes) are super easy crockpot meals, I mean that I can basically put all the ingredients into the crockpot, turn it on and come back once cooking is complete and dinner is ready!
Few, if any, sides are needed. I might need to get condiments, pasta, or say, a salad ready, but all of these can be quickly thrown together making life easier for your busy day.
So for example, with my Baked Potatoes in Crock Pot, all you need for dinner to be served are the toppings – butter, sour cream, bacon, cheese…
You can’t get much easier than that.
5 Super Easy Crockpot Recipes
Now, let’s look at some absolutely delicious and super easy crockpot recipes from around the web…
You need to make these Crockpot Baked Potatoes. You’ll love how easy this recipe is to make. And when you get home from a long day at work, dinner will be ready for you! These Crockpot Chicken Fajitas is just what your family wants for dinner. They’re easy to make and so good! You can also make your own tortillas and enjoy this homemade meal together, as a family. Slow Cooker Balsamic Chicken is also a must make if you LOVE eating chicken. Put it in the slow cooker and from there, you will have a delicious dinner.
Baked Potatoes in Crock Pot | Slow Cooker Baked Potatoes
Best Crockpot Chicken Fajitas - How to Make Crockpot Chicken Fajitas
Best Slow-Cooker Balsamic Chicken Recipe - How to Make Slow-Cooker Balsamic Chicken
You need to make these Crockpot Baked Potatoes. You’ll love how easy this recipe is to make. And when you get home from a long day at work, dinner will be ready for you!
These Crockpot Chicken Fajitas is just what your family wants for dinner. They’re easy to make and so good! You can also make your own tortillas and enjoy this homemade meal together, as a family.
Slow Cooker Balsamic Chicken is also a must make if you LOVE eating chicken. Put it in the slow cooker and from there, you will have a delicious dinner.
Why Should I do Crockpot Recipes?
Many people want to know WHY they should do crockpot recipes. Well, crockpots are super easy to use! You plug them in, add food, and it does all the work.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a busy parent, stay-at home mom or hardworking professional. For any and all, having your food ready when you get home is always a plus!
Where Can I Buy a Crockpot
Well, the good news about crockpots is that you can literally buy them just about anywhere. You can also buy one from Amazon and have it delivered right to your front door.
Do you leave your crockpot for long periods of time? If so, a programmable one is a good investment. Because, it can be set for the length of time and either “Low” or “High” heat.
After the time is complete, the programmable crockpot clicks to “Warm”. This keeps the food hot and at a safe temp until you get home.
The Instant Pot which is a pressure cooker also has a crockpot feature and can be used as a crockpot. I find that I am using mine more and more. So, if you are short on space, that is the way to go! I use the 8 qt and love it.
Can These Meals be Frozen?
Yes – most of them! Once you are finished cooking, allow the food to cool completely and place in a freezer bag or container.
I do not freeze baked potatoes unless I plan to use them later for making mashed potatoes.
Is the Crockpot Easy to Clean After These Meals?
I have learned to spray the crock with a non-stick oil before placing my ingredients into it.
And, if I am using BBQ sauce, I like to place about 1/4 cup water in the bottom before adding ingredients – just enough to cover the bottom of the crock.
You can also use crockpot liners if you choose.
With a liner, you place it in the crockpot and then add your ingredients to it. Once finished with the meal, you simply remove the liner and throw it away. Your crockpot is clean.
I have not used them but my daughter-in-law does and loves them.
What is Your Favorite Crockpot Meal?
Leave a comment and share it with me!