Our slow-cooked fall recipes are perfect for warming yourself up on a cool autumn night. Comfort food favorites like pumpkin bread and spiced chili, as well as global twists on classic autumn flavors, guarantee that these fall slow cooker recipes are sure to satisfy.
This isn't your typical creamed corn. Two types of cheese, tomato, and bacon take the classic side to the next level. But thanks to your slow cooker, the serves-16 dish requires minimal effort.
When the weather turns cold, take an exotic trip with the help of our Tunisian-inspired chicken recipe. Dried plums and golden raisins plump up and add sweetness to the garam masala-spiced chicken, while fluffy bulgur adds a hearty grain.
Dish out the hearty flavors your family craves when cold weather sets in. Just set the slow cooker in the morning and stuff the sandwiches at dinnertime! (Broiling a little provolone over the top never hurts, either.)
Fall tailgating just got easier. These saucy, spicy-sweet ribs cook low and slow on your countertop, then brown to caramelized goodness after a quick broil. Pack 'em before the big game, and don't expect to bring home leftovers!
Creamy sweet potatoes, well-spiced chicken, and pungent onion sauce make this slow cooker dish an autumn feast to remember.
For an easy seasonal side, try our citrus twist on sweet potatoes. A splash of orange juice heightens the sweet flavor; crumbled bacon offers a smidge of salt. Best of all, you need only 15 minutes of hands-on time for this slow cooker recipe.
It's hardly fall without a buttered slice of homemade pumpkin bread. We dressed up our recipe with juicy blueberries and a crunchy pecan topping to make it deluxe enough for a brunch, but just as delicious as an afternoon snack.
Everyone knows chili is great football-weather food. Here, chopped plums and dark chocolate take rich chili beyond the tailgate into gourmet food territory. Subtle hints of sweetness mingle with spicy red pepper and smoky paprika for a fired-up flavor you'll love -- football fan or not.
Bring a taste of autumn to yummy pulled pork sandwiches with five-spice powder. Make your own using our recipe, which features cinnamon, anise, and cloves. You can also buy five-spice powder at the grocery store.
Need a meatless meal packed with seasonal flavors? This lightly spicy stew fills the bill. Bursting with fall veggies and tantalizing textures (think tender edamame and silky kale), and infused with pumpkin's rich flavor, this hearty slow cooker stew makes even the most blustery days cozier.
Savor an early taste of Thanksgiving with these sweet, tangy, and savory turkey thighs -- made in the slow cooker for extra ease! Bonus: New potatoes layered at the bottom of the slow cooker soak up flavor for an instant, fuss-free side.
Slow cooker comfort food doesn't get any better than this. Hungarian paprika, caraway, and sauerkraut add delicious authenticity (and bold flavors!) to this filling, colorful goulash.
Tart Granny Smiths and sweet potatoes combine for a dish that's quintessentially fall. Bathed in a decadent sauce of apple butter, whipping cream, and pumpkin pie spice, this slow cooker recipe is a medley of cozy fall flavors.
If Oktoberfest leaves you craving this tangy-sweet German classic, we hope you'll remember two things: 1) This slow cooker version is saucy, filling, and wonderfully hands-off, and 2) slow cookers have a high setting, if you just can't wait.
Slow-cooking broccoli and cauliflower in a buttery blend of Swiss cheese and Alfredo sauce makes eating your vegetables a whole lot tastier. Thyme and black pepper mixed into the sauce perk up the flavor in an unbeatable side dish.
Every bite of these juicy riblets is packed with faraway flavors, starting with a rub of five Indian spices. For saucy, tender ribs, we coated them in a spicy but sweet chili-apricot sauce.
You won't believe the flavor and fall-off-the-bone texture of these short ribs after 11 hours in the slow cooker. Believe us -- it's worth it. Cooked in molasses, vinegar, and a can of dark beer, the meat is tangy, spicy, and just a little sweet. Serve over mashed potatoes or buttered noodles for outrageously good comfort food.
For a perfect slow cooker roast, it’s all about the sauce. Our rustic fall take on pork roast features a sweet and savory broth of apple juice and beef bouillon. A bounty of harvest vegetables completes this yummy slow cooker dinner.
If easy and delicious are your goals, try our slow cooker lasagna. The outcome is just as warm and cheesy as the lasagna you love -- but with our tips, it's so much easier.
Butternut squash and sweet potatoes could add a fall spin to any recipe, but we love the way they taste with melt-in-your-mouth pork roast. Cinnamon and ginger pair with black pepper to add a hearty dose of spice to this slow cooker roast.