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7 Thanksgiving Recipes You Can Make in Your Crock Pot

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Did you know there are Thanksgiving recipes you can make in your crock pot? And I’m not just talking about a simple soup either, you can make the dressing, the potatoes, and even the turkey! And let’s not forget about dessert. Your crock pot is perfect for fruit crumbles and cobblers as well as some decadent and easy cakes. Making at least one of your dishes for Thanksgiving in the crock pot will free up much needed oven or stove top space, or if you wanted a fun slow cooked Thanksgiving dinner, and happen to have 7 crock pots you can borrow, you can just make your whole feast in crock pots!

Photo Above : Stacie’s Crock Pot Cranberry Pear Sauce, One Hungry Mama.

Here are 7 easy recipes that you can make in your crock pot this Thanksgiving.

Crock Pot Turkey 1 of 7
Turkey in the crock pot couldn't be easier. All you need is a small 10 - 12 lb bird and a large oval 6 - 6.5 quart crock pot.

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Slow Cooker Stuffing 2 of 7
Making the dressing in the crock pot is a great idea to keep it moist and free up some oven space.

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Crock Pot Sweet Potato Casserole with Pecan Topping 3 of 7
These sweet potatoes with crunchy pecans couldn't be easier to make, and they are so good.

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Crock Pot Green Bean Casserole 4 of 7
This is a simple green bean casserole that uses Alfredo sauce instead of canned soup.

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Crock Pot Cranberry Pear Sauce 5 of 7
Homemade cranberry sauce in the crock pot couldn't be easier.

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Ultimate Slow Cooker Mashed Potatoes 6 of 7
I've bet you've never had mashed potatoes this good.

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Crock Pot Caramel Apple Crumble 7 of 7
This is the perfect warm fruity dessert. Top with some creamy vanilla ice cream, and dessert is done.

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