Not sure what to serve for dinner tonight? You're only five ingredients away from a delicious, hearty dinner with these so-easy slow cooker recipes. We have a five-ingredient slow cooker supper to fit every family's tastes, including warming soup recipes and new takes on classic pot roast.
It sounds surprising, but the plum sauce in these juicy wings imparts a sweetness that contrasts nicely with the five-spice powder you stir in. Game day or everyday, this wing recipe is a slow-cooked winner.
Basil and roma tomatoes are the secret to this simple dinner's fresh Italian flavor. We love how the short ribs become extra tender as everything simmers together. Serve over al dente lasagna noodles for an easy, hearty slow cooker supper.
Dig in to a healthy, 200-calorie spin on Asian lettuce wraps that doesn't require a lot of prep, thanks to quick ingredients like purchased shredded veggies. The sesame-ginger stir-fry sauce lends bold flavor to the turkey as it cooks, and green onions add a bit of zip.
Chipotle peppers and chili beans give this pot roast recipe an irresistible Old West makeover, while canned vegetables help cut down on prep time. You'd never guess that this satisfying recipe is also healthy, too, coming in at less than 400 calories per serving.
With veggies, black beans, and lean turkey meatballs, this five-ingredient stew proves that easy dinners don't have to be boring. Finish the meal on a fresh note with a sprig of fresh oregano.
The name pretty much sums up the shopping list. Just add honey, yellow mustard, and Worcestershire sauce to your cart and dinner is handled.
Super-tender ribs are acheived in your slow cooker with basic ingredients: Excellent country-style pork ribs from your butcher, honey mustard, barbecue sauce, and garlic-and-herb seasoning blend. Get ready to get messy.
Seasoned tomatoes join with garlic, artichokes, and cream for a sensational sauce to serve over your favorite pasta.
It takes only five ingredients and 10 minutes of prep time to stir up a batch of bold, Southern-inspired gumbo in your slow cooker. It's especially delicious (and filling) when served over hot white rice.
Skip the purchased seasoning mix and slow-cook your way to irresistibly tender pork tacos. Chicken broth and enchilada sauce add bold Mexican-inspired flavor to each bite. Pair with your favorite taco toppings like lettuce, cheese, and avocado.
Watch how to make tender, juicy pork in your slow cooker. We love the pulled pork sandwiches.
Get a guilt-free takeout fix anytime with an easy Asian-inspired chicken dish that you can make in your slow cooker. Shortcut ingredients like bottled hoisin sauce and frozen veggies keep the prep time to a quick 15 minutes.
This is no ordinary pot roast recipe. Dried fruit and chipotle peppers give this hearty meal a sweet and spicy flavor.
Make this Irish classic for St. Patrick's Day or any time you're in the mood for the tasty flavors of corned beef paired with cabbage.
Think bold, saucy barbecue from your slow cooker is too good to be true? It's real, and the finished product is irresistible. The barbecue sauce and apricot preserves infuse the chicken with flavor as it cooks, and a dash of yellow mustard adds a hint of spice.
Two kinds of corn give this creamy soup a rich consistency, and diced green chiles add a hint of heat to each bite. Crumble saltine crackers on top of each bowl for added home-style flavor.
Satisfy your curry craving without heading to a restaurant. Frozen stew vegetables keep preparation time to a minimum for this five-ingredient chicken curry main dish.
Ancho chile peppers provide a blast of flavor with every bite of this hearty beef and vegetable stew. Serve with sweet corn bread to complete your meal.
A hint of sweet (tapioca), a hint of sour (mango chutney), and a hint of heat (chili sauce). Just add chicken thighs and a bit of grated ginger. Dinner is done.
This recipe will be a new family favorite: You'll love it because it's five-ingredient easy; your family will love it because it's like having a bowlful of zippy tacos.
This five-ingredient slow-cooked chicken dinner has some on-paper odd ingredients (tapioca plus onion soup?), but don't knock it until you try it. After all, it takes just five ingredients and 15 minutes of hands-on time. What do you have to lose?