That's right -- just three ingredients produce a richly flavored, sweet-tangy BBQ sauce for unbelievable slow cooker chicken. If you like your BBQ on the sweet side, one reviewer suggests adding brown sugar and peach puree to the sauce as well.
Chili sauce and chipotle peppers bring the heat while apricot preserves and brown sugar add a touch of sweetness to our saucy five-ingredient slow cooker pork ribs.
Creamed corn is a staple BBQ side dish. Try our slow cooker creamed corn with freshly grated Parmesan, jalapeno-studded Monterey Jack, and thick slabs of bacon, and you may never go back to ordinary creamed corn again.
Bourbon adds a hint of smokiness to our sweet and tangy slow cooker pork ribs. This saucy, apple-loaded dish is perfect for feeding a crowd.
It doesn't get much better than classic pulled pork sandwiches. Make our mouthwatering slow cooker pork with a simple homemade BBQ sauce, or use a storebought BBQ sauce to save time.
Pulled pork sandwiches couldn't be easier when you start with your slow cooker. Watch as we show you how to make perfect pork, right in your slow cooker.
Sweet and hot jalapeno pepper jelly is the secret ingredient for this zesty barbecued chicken main dish. Serve with pepper-studded rice for a complete meal.
Watch as we show you the simple steps for how to make absolutely delicious chicken right in your slow cooker.
Saucy, fall-off-the-bone pork ribs are the stuff BBQ dreams are made of. Our version easily goes from slow cooker to table for a satisfying family meal.
Apricots blend nicely with bottled BBQ sauce in these deliciously sweet pulled pork sandwiches. Snips of dried fruit emphasize the flavor.
Skip the oven and turn to your slow cooker to make our easy corn bread recipe. Corn muffin mix makes this recipe a cinch, while diced green chile peppers add a satisfying kick of spice.
The gravy for this fork-tender brisket is made from a tantalizing blend of beer, chili sauce, brown sugar, garlic, and seasonings. Sturdy thick-cut potatoes are delicious dipped in sauce drippings.
Move over, plain baked beans. Our unbeatable baked bean recipe features peppery bacon, spicy jalapenos, and a touch of tangy vinegar. Serve this at your next potluck and everyone will be asking for the recipe.
Think outside of the BBQ box and try our totally tasty balsamic-infused spin on classic BBQ sauce. These mini pork sandwiches are loaded with tangy sauce, and tastily stacked with crunchy coleslaw and pickles.
Bottled hot pepper sauce adds a touch of fire to the subtly sweet molasses sauce in our slow-cooked beef ribs recipe.
Healthy BBQ pulled pork sandwiches? It can be done! Low-cal barbecue sauce and whole wheat hamburger buns help make this saucy sandwich a smart choice.
Collard greens are a classic Southern BBQ side dish, and we like ours braised in a slow cooker with savory ham bones and a touch of crushed red pepper.
Mango chutney adds a jolt of flavor to this curry-seasoned chicken recipe. Chopped mango and green onions mix with rice for a sweet side dish with a bit of bite.
Soy sauce, plum jelly, molasses, and ginger give these hearty slow cooker BBQ pork ribs a decidedly Asian flair. Absorb the extra sauce by serving with rice.
Creamy corn pudding dotted with tomatoes, onions, and thyme is a deliciously hearty BBQ side dish that lets you bypass the oven. Plus, it's perfect alongside saucy pork or chicken.
Red raspberry preserves and balsamic vinegar add just the right hint of sweetness to these spunky country-style ribs spiked with chipotle chiles.
Pork shoulder is perfect for this sandwich recipe because simmering all day in the slow cooker helps it become richer and incredibly tender. The homemade barbecue sauce provides a robust flavor.
Potatoes are the surprise ingredient in this simple slow cooker succotash that is the perfect addition to a BBQ meal for a crowd.
Though grits are normally a favorite Southern breakfast food, we love them laden with poblano peppers and cheddar cheese for a flavorful BBQ dinner side.
We love these BBQ-sauced pork ribs so much that we give you two ways to enjoy them. Eat the saucy ribs for dinner right after you make them. Shred the remaining half of the ribs, and chill the meat for up to 3 days or freeze for up to 3 months for a tasty pulled pork sandwich that's ready when you are.
When weeknight madness hits, it's hard to imagine getting an evening meal on the table. This slow cooker recipe not only provides a juicy beef brisket dinner, but it makes a wonderful panini sandwich to serve the next day as well.
These yummy mini sandwiches receive a kick from the Dr. Pepper-flavored BBQ sauce. Make a full-size sandwich by using a regular bun instead.