14 Delicious Recipes To Make In The Crock Pot During The Holiday Season
The holiday season is all about being surrounded by friends and family. Because of this, you might be hosting a bunch of people this Christmas. If you’re worried about meals, don’t be! From breakfast, to snacks, to dinner, here are 14 delicious recipes to make in your crock pot over the holidays.
1. Eggnog French Toast
Make Christmas morning extra special with this decadent (yet easy) recipe for eggnog french toast!
2. Cheesy Ham Breakfast Casserole
This hearty casserole includes all of the breakfast favorites: ham, cheese, eggs, and hash browns.
3. Overnight Apple Cinnamon Steel-Cut Oats
Just throw a bunch of ingredients in your slow cooker before you go to bed, and you’ll have yummy, healthy oatmeal for the morning.
4. Chicken Enchilada Soup
This slow cooker chicken enchilada soup would make for the perfect lunch on a busy and cold day.
5. Sweet Coconut Butternut Squash Soup
Another great soup recipe to make for lunch? This one for a flavor-packed sweet coconut butternut squash soup.
6. Pulled Pork
Throw some pulled pork and coleslaw on a bun, and you’ve got a recipe for lunch that everyone will love.
Because who wouldn’t enjoy this slow cooker chili for a warm, hearty lunch?
8. French Dip Sandwiches
This is a delicious, easy recipe to feed a big group of people for lunch time.
9. 3-Ingredient Balsamic Chicken
Can you say easy dinner recipe? This balsamic chicken is tender, flavorful, and requires just three ingredients.
10. Chicken And Dumplings
This recipe is the definition of a comfort meal dinner. I’m practically drooling just looking at the photo!
11. Ravioli And Meatballs
For those nights when you’re craving Italian, this is a great dinner recipe!
12. Boursin Spinach Artichoke Dip
If you need a snack or appetizer to serve to a hungry crowd, this dip is your best bet!
13. Rocky Road Chocolate Cake
Can’t forget about dessert! This decadent recipe is so incredibly easy to throw together.
14. Hot Spiked Apple Cider
And as we all know, the holidays just wouldn’t be complete without a recipe for hot (spiked) apple cider!