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6 Comfort Food Classics for Your Crockpot

There’s something so splendid about a plate of Enchiladas, or Lasagna, or a big bowl of Beef Stew at the end of a long winter day. Less splendid? Having to prepare and babysit a pan full of enchiladas, or lasagna, or beef stew. Which is your going to love these slow-cooked versions of all your favorite rib-sticking meals. The preparation in a snap, just toss it all in a slow cooker, set it to cook all day, then come home to a meal full of flavor and homecooked goodness. From Chicken Enchilada soup to Crockpot Chicken Nachos, here are 6 savory meals your family will adore.

  • Chicken Enchilada Soup 1 of 6
    Chicken Enchilada Soup
    Crockpot Chicken Enchilada soup is full of flavor, and so simple to make!
    Click for the recipe from The Dainty Cheg.
  • Beef Stew 2 of 6
    Beef Stew
    Hearty Beef Stew made in the slow-cooker is the perfect dinner for a chilly winter night.
    Click for the recipe from The Confused Homemaker.
  • Italian Sausage Soup 3 of 6
    Italian Sausage Soup
    Italian Sausage Soup is warm, savory, and fill of good flavors.
    Click for the recipe from Family.com.
  • Crockpot Lasagna 4 of 6
    Crockpot Lasagna
    Crockpots aren't just for soup! This simple recipe for slow cooker lasagna is so easy…and so delicious!
    Click for the recipe from Faithful Provisions.
  • Slow Cooker Chicken Nachos 5 of 6
    Slow Cooker Chicken Nachos
    Turn your slow cooker into a Game Day Feast with these super quick Slow Cooker Chicken Nachos!
    Click for the recipe from Mommy Hates Cooking.
  • Black Bean Enchiladas 6 of 6
    Black Bean Enchiladas
    Homemade Enchiladas, tossed in the slow cooker and baked to tender perfection are totally delicious.
    Click for the recipe from The Kitchn.


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