Come home to one of our sweet and scrumptious slow cooker desserts that is ready as soon you walk in the door. Your slow cooker makes it easy to mix up the irresistible dessert recipes, including slow cooker recipes for cake, cobbler, fondue, and more.
With every bite of this mouthwatering slow cooker dessert, you'll taste chocolaty cake, creamy marshmallow, sweet graham cracker -- and even more chocolate.
Editor's Tip: Swap teddy grahams for graham crackers for a kid-approved twist.
Stunning. Elegant. And made in your slow cooker! This divine dessert is silky, creamy, and low-calorie, too. Our simple slow cooker cheesecake is perfect for any special event, and no one has to know how easy it was to prepare.
Sweetness from both the peaches and graham crackers shines in this slow cooker cake, and the ginger and nutmeg add some spice.
Editor's Tip: To make this dessert year-round, swap out the fresh peaches when they're not in season and use frozen instead.
Peanut butter cup enthusiasts: This one's for you! Rich chocolate cake is layered with peanut butter pieces and peanuts, then topped with ice cream and chocolate bars.
This dessert tastes just like a strawberry mojito (berries, lime, and a hint of rum) wrapped in a moist, buttermilk shortcake. Serving the shortcakes in jars isn't only adorable, it also makes baking and serving them super easy!
This chocolaty three-ingredient fondue just might become your go-to slow cooker dessert. Simply serve the coffee-infused melted chocolate alongside a variety of fruit dippers, then watch it disappear!
You can't beat this decadent dessert. It's a classic combination of moist, tender cake and crunchy pecans smothered in rich caramel sauce.
Your family and friends will never believe this rich and tangy lemon cheesecake was prepared in your slow cooker. We love the look of the yellow custard, fresh mint leaves, and ripe red raspberries.
Warm chocolate-hazelnut pudding and cake combine in what may be the most rich, delicious dessert you've had in a while. Typical of a pudding cake, the edges are set, while the center is moist.
Roasted almonds, chocolate, and dried cherries combine to make these seriously decadent candies. Sprinkle each cluster with a touch of sea salt to balance the sweetness of the slow cooker dessert.
These slow cooked brownies get their flavor from red seedless raspberry jam. And they get their circular shape from the 1-pint canning jars they're baked in. Carefully remove the brownie rolls from the jars, then cut each into six slices.
Apple crisp is a dessert staple, so why not try our too-easy slow cooker version the next time you make the tasty treat? It requires just 10 minutes of prep and is made even more delicious when served with a scoop of ice cream.
Wow your dinner guests with a slow cooker dessert recipe that looks and tastes just like the original. Our pumpkin-spiced cheesecake gets an elegant update when topped with a sweet-tart pomegranate sauce.
We've put a fresh spin on old-fashioned bread pudding for a warm and cozy dessert that requires minimal prep. You'll love the combination of melty white chocolate and tangy apricots. Sprinkle a handful of fresh raspberries on top for a pretty pop of color.
For the perfect end to a meal, indulge in a decadent, fudgy chocolate cake that's topped with a warm coffee-cream sauce.
Watch how easy it is to make a simple chocolate ganache, then drizzle it onto your favorite slow cooker dessert!
Don't let chocolate be the only sweet fondue at your table. Slow-cook this rich confection and spike it with rum, if you like, then dip fruit, cake, or brownie cubes for a spectacular finish to a great meal or party.
Think eating healthy means giving up chocolate? Try on our easy slow cooker brownie recipe for size. The secret is the applesauce, which sweetens the brownies and keeps them moist without adding too many calories.
For an extraordinary ending to any meal, bring out bowls full of bubbling blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries complemented by a sweet-and-spicy topper.
Now you can enjoy this campfire favorite all year long. Marshmallows add ooey-gooey richness to traditional chocolate fondue.
If you love warm, rich desserts, this fragrant gingerbread pudding cake is sure to become one of your favorites. Plus, using store-bought gingerbread mix makes this dessert super easy to make.
Tart cherries are brighter red than the sweet ones, but either kind provides a pleasing flavor for this homey cobbler dessert.