Spring Crockpot Recipes

Spring Crockpot Recipes

Now that warm weather is on the horizon, it’s time to whip out your trusty crockpot and cook up some scrumptious spring delights. This recipe collection is filled with spring recipes and it will get you and your crockpot started on one amazing dish after another.

Saturday Morning Crockpot Oatmeal - You can count on having this just about every Saturday morning at my house! The cinnamon smell that rolls through the house in the early hours of Saturday morning... You see, the beauty of this recipe is you start it when you go to bed Friday night and it cooks right up until morning! My kids LOVE this when they have their friends over for a Friday Night Sleep Over. Give it a try and let me know what you think.

Kitchen Bucket Soup - There is nothing really special about this recipe except that it is never the same twice and tastes great!

Crockpot Beans - This recipe is a variation on all the crockpot chilis out there. It's a really big hit at family get togethers or pot lucks!

Loaded Baked Potato Soup - A wonderful soup for days that you are a little under the weather (with a cold) or those cold winter or even rainy days.

Garlic Short Rib Stew - A stew that brings out the overall great taste of the ribs and the flavor of garlic with a great texture from the beans.

Crock Pot Full of Pot Roast - When I make this, the beef literally falls off the bone. The bones and the ingredients in this roast make a rich broth, a thickener really isn't necessary.

Not Your Typical Green Bean Casserole - Whether or not you like green beans, you will still love this. This has been in our family for generations. The ingredients sound strange but the outcome DELICIOUS!!!

Zesty Slow Cooker Pork Chop Barbecue - This is so easy and the chops come out tender, moist and super-tasty. I serve it up with a big pan of corn bread and a green salad. What a meal!

Grandma Rose’s Fruit Brisket
 - The most tender, tasty, surprising meat dish. Don't tell them about all the fruits they'll never believe you, just serve and enjoy the compliments. My Grandma Rose was a child of the depression and she only made this dinner on holidays, which we all looked forward to.

Crockpot-Baked Stuffed Apples - A great way to use up apples in the fall after a visit to the apple orchard, this recipe is yummy for dessert or a snack.

Blueberry Dump Cake
- Apparently, you can make anything in crockpot!

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