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Crockpot Christmas Dinners: 7 Holiday Meals for Your Slow Cooker

Whether you’re looking for an elegant Christmas Eve dinner, or something simple and comforting on Christmas day, cooking with your crockpot is the perfect way to prepare a holiday meal. From a traditional Ham dinner, to the less formal crockpot full of homemade Clam Chowder, you’re sure to find the perfect slow cooker recipe that will turn a hectic holiday into a truly merry Christmas. Here are 7 splendid recipes that are perfect for Christmas Eve and Christmas day dinners, made snappy and splendid right in your crockpot.

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  • Crockpot Christmas Ham 1 of 7
    Crockpot Christmas Ham
    A good, old Christmas ham turns into a gourmet feast with this simple Slow Cooker Ham recipe.
    Click for the recipe from Cindy Eckhardt.
  • Crockpot Clam Chowder 2 of 7
    Crockpot Clam Chowder
    Crockpot Clam Chowder is creamy, delicious, and so simple to make.
    Click for the recipe from I'm So Vintage.
  • Christmas Cheesy Clam Fondue 3 of 7
    Christmas Cheesy Clam Fondue
    Turn your Christmas dinner into a fondue feast with this incredible crab fondue!
    Click for the recipe from Simply Recipes.
  • Slow Cooker Turkey 4 of 7
    Slow Cooker Turkey
    Turkey for dinner doesn't have to take any fussing or stressing. Here's how to pop it in the crockpot and be done with dinner.
    Click for the recipe for Slow Cooker Turkey.
  • Herbed Pork Roast 5 of 7
    Herbed Pork Roast
    This Herbed Pork Roast is a simple, splendid recipe that comes out of your Slow Cooker with tender perfection.
    Click for the recipe from Glimer Free Press.
  • Slow Cooker Scalloped Potatoes 6 of 7
    Slow Cooker Scalloped Potatoes
    Toss your Christmas ham in the oven and pull together a batch of these Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes for the ultimate Christmas comfort food dinner.
    Click for the recipe from Christy's Kitchen Creation.
  • Christmas Roast 7 of 7
    Christmas Roast
    Slow Cooker Savory Roast is spiced to perfection and cooked until fall-off-your-fork tender.
    Click for the recipe from McCormick.

 

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