Spring Slow Cooker Desserts

Fruit Compote with Ginger,
April showers and May flowers mean you'll want to spend more time outside. Don't worry: Your slow cooker is here to help. The trusty appliance makes fruity and delicious desserts so you're free to plant flowers and jump in puddles! Here, we've compiled our favorite spring slow cooker desserts, including citrusy cheesecakes and strawberry shortcakes.

Lavender-Lemon Pudding Cakes

Use fresh lemons and combine them with lavender in this creamy pudding cake straight from your slow cooker.

Vanilla Bean Souffle

This sweet and creamy dessert sings of spring. Top with all the fresh berries you can get your hands on!

Ginger-Orange Cheesecake

Oranges may be in season year-round, but there's just something about celebrating spring with a creamy, colorfully topped cheesecake.

Strawberry Mojito Shortcakes

It's strawberry season! Berries, cream, and mint combine for a fruity dessert with a kick. 

Crustless Lemony Cheesecake

Quick! Put those fresh lemons to good use before they're off the shelves. Top this citrusy slow cooker dessert with fresh berries and mint leaves.

Dark Chocolate Fondue with Fruit Kabobs

Warm, melty chocolate plus whatever fresh fruit you have on hand make for a dessert that's simple, refreshing, and comforting. What more could you ask for in a spring dessert?

Orange-Caramel Pudding Cake

Not quite ready to give up on the rich desserts of winter? Ease into the warmer months with this slow cooker pudding cake that combines orange peel, nuts, and caramel.

Lemon-Berry Pudding Cake

The trick to this dessert is making it right in the middle of spring—when fresh lemons are still around and berries are just popping up.

Fruit Compote with Ginger

Brown sugar and tapioca dress up a delicious blend of pears, pineapple, and apricots. Serve warm straight from the slow cooker, and top with macadamia nuts and coconut.

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