Get a load of this slow cooker Thanksgiving stuffing! Salty sausage, bitter chard, and the traditional Thanksgiving stuffing recipe ingredients will fill your house with a mouthwatering aroma.
We’re grateful for homemade Thanksgiving desserts that don’t take space in the oven—like this slow cooker pumpkin pie. The traditional pastry combines pumpkin, cinnamon, and ginger for a beloved family dessert.
If you want perfect Thanksgiving corn on the cob, rely on the slow cooker. This harvest vegetable is a flavorful side dish when served with a pat of butter and topped with herbs.
Count on slow cooker scalloped potatoes to please your holiday crowd and free up the oven for other Thanksgiving goodies. Cooked with cream of potato soup and three cheeses, the potatoes skip the bread crumbs and go straight for gooey goodness. This may just be our favorite slow cooker vegetable ever.
Make these dilly rolls as a slow cooker Thanksgiving complement to your meal, and prove to everyone that you can make perfectly soft rolls in the slow cooker!
When it comes to slow cooker Thanksgiving desserts, this cheesecake-pumpkin pie hybrid is a recipe the entire family can agree on. Tart pomegranate juice and seeds give the slow cooker treat a colorful finish.
If there are no sweet potatoes, is it even a Thanksgiving meal? We don't think so. We converted classic sweet potatoes to a slow cooker Thanksgiving recipe to make life easier and ensure that sweet potatoes are on the table next to your favorite stew and stuffing.
Warm up with a thick and creamy corn chowder straight from your slow cooker. This hands-off slow cooker stew incorporates reduced-sodium chicken broth, milk, and white wine instead of heavy cream, so you don't have to feel guilty indulging in the rest of Thanksgiving's offerings.
You can't beat the Thanksgiving classics. Cook potatoes in your slow cooker with chicken broth, garlic, and a bay leaf for flavor, then blend with whole milk for the quintessential Thanksgiving comfort food.
Combine yellow cake mix, canned pumpkin, and evaporated milk for this rich fall slow cooker dessert. Top with a spoonful of whipped topping and a dash of cinnamon for a pretty individualized Thanksgiving dessert.
Serve Thanksgiving guests a double dose of delicious root vegetables with slow-cooked parsnips and carrots. Quick-cooking tapioca thickens the orange-infused sauce that coats the holiday side dish.
Depart from the usual after-dinner drink with a rich, creamy hot chocolate that is sweet enough to double as a Thanksgiving dessert. The strong flavors of espresso powder, cinnamon, and chipotle chile pepper make this a memorable beverage—and one of our top slow cooker drinks with a bit of a kick!
Just place this simple dough in your slow cooker, then await the perfect accompaniment to Thanksgiving stew—no maintenance required! Add dill, fennel, or dried onion to the sourdough bread for an easy flavor change.
Thanksgiving Recipe Tip: Don't peek! Lifting the lid off the slow cooker while the bread cooks can release heat, increase condensation, and cause uneven baking.
Put away that old stuffing recipe! Here's the slow cooker stuffing you'll want to make this Thanksgiving. Mushrooms, leeks, bacon, chestnuts—and did we mention bacon?—combine for a Thanksgiving stuffing recipe that will become your new go-to.
Slow cooker drinks are perfect for large gatherings. Keep this steamy bourbon sipper bubbling away in your slow cooker so guests can grab a glass on their way to the appetizer table. Add fall flair to the pumpkin drink with a cinnamon swizzle stick and whipped cream topping.
Nutty acorn squash gets the sweet-and-savory treatment in this flavorful slow cooker side. After simmering in brown sugar and an apple cider broth, the squash is topped with crumbled bacon and crisp bread crumbs.
Thanksgiving Slow Cooker Tip: Prepare the squash slices ahead of time to save precious minutes on your busy holiday.
Keep stuffing moist, fluffy, and flavorful with low, slow heat from your slow cooker. This Thanksgiving stuffing uses two types of bread cubes plus three types of fall fruit for an irresistible harvest side dish.
Counter the bitterness of Brussels sprouts with a buttery sweet maple reduction to create slow cooker vegetables everyone will love. Fresh thyme and red onion give the winter veggie extra oomph on your Thanksgiving table.
Say hello to one of the easiest slow cooker vegetables (and most-loved) Thanksgiving side dishes you'll meet. Classic mashed potatoes get jazzed up with buttermilk and white cheddar cheese to make an irresistible Thanksgiving slow cooker dish.
Bring something new to the table this Thanksgiving with our healthy take on slow cooker stuffing. The wild rice incorporates tart dried cherries and toasted nuts for a simple Thanksgiving side that pairs well with any main-dish meat.
Take advantage of in-season apples by pairing the fruit with the convenience of your slow cooker. The bubbly autumn crisp gets its crunch from walnuts and cooks hands-free while you enjoy Thanksgiving dinner.
For a hot 'n' spicy harvest take on stick-to-your-bones chili, ditch the ground beef and reach for canned pumpkin. The fall produce thickens this vegetarian slow cooker stew, which is loaded with four types of beans and in-season kale.
Orange juice concentrate infuses tender sweet potatoes with a sticky-sweet sauce. Brown sugar adds a hint of sweetness, while crunchy bacon adds a salty touch to this Thanksgiving side.
Show some leftover love to your Thanksgiving turkey, green beans, and corn. The lean poultry and veggies make a cozy post-Thanksgiving pot pie when combined with yesterday's dinner rolls and turkey gravy.
Canned pumpkin isn't just for pie. Use the holiday favorite in this sweet slow cooker pumpkin bread recipe that's studded with fresh cranberries and toasted pecans.
The combined benefits of wheat berries, barley, and wild rice—three nutritious whole grains—result in a healthy slow cooker pilaf that pairs well with traditional Thanksgiving turkey. The recipe's red apples, dried cranberries, and sweet potatoes showcase some of the season's most delicious produce.
Tiny new potatoes have a creamy texture with a thin skin, so there's no need to peel them. Give the beloved root vegetable delicate Thanksgiving flavor with fresh rosemary and garlic.
A spice bag filled with cinnamon, cloves, and allspice steeps in simple cocktail juices for a delicious Thanksgiving drink. Use a vegetable peeler to easily remove orange peel for the drink.
Prep for guests the night before with this simple slow cooker Thanksgiving appetizer. Sweet onions, apples, and cranberries infuse the tiny toasts with rich fall flavor.