Pillsbury’s Top Slow-Cooker Recipes

Updated December 17, 2018
If you already have a slow cooker, you know, and if you don’t, you’re about to find out: Dinner doesn’t get easier than tossing your ingredients in a slow cooker and letting the trusty appliance do all of the heavy lifting while you go to work, take care of the kids or just need some extra time to run errands or do something fun. When you come home, a delicious meal (or even dessert!) will be ready for you to enjoy. Don’t believe us? Grab yourself a slow cooker, try one of these recipes and see for yourself what the slow-cooker hype is all about. MORE+ LESS-
You’ll notice your slow cooker has two different cook settings: low and high. The “low” setting will cook your food at a gentle, lower heat, and recipes calling for this setting generally ask you to leave your slow cooker alone for 6 to 10 hours. The “high” setting will cook your food a bit quicker and at a higher heat, usually about 2 to 4 hours. Whichever setting you’re using, make sure you walk away and leave your slow cooker alone—taking the lid off to check on your food will release heat and slow down the cooking process. We know, it’s hard! It smells so good! But that means the wait will be worth it, promise. Craving more slow-cooker recipes? Check out every single slow-cooker recipe on our website.