Slow Cooker Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)
What a great dish for one of those nights when your kids have a late soccer game! Brown the meat, layer in the ingredients, set your slow cooker on low, and go!
A very easy way to make pulled pork in the slow cooker. This is a tangy BBQ sauce.
My kids never complain about eating both beans and greens in one meal when they're served alongside rich, slow-cooked pork.
This hearty soup is perfect for when there is a chill in the air, and you want dinner waiting for you as you walk in the door.
Try using an English Cut Beef Roast. It is economical and flavorful. This cut of meat comes from the shoulder or neck area of the animal.
Chef Meg turned a member-submitted dish into a slow cooker meal that's easy yet exotic!
Great summer meal!
Incredibly simple and fantastically tasty!!
This is the easiest way to cook a pork tenderloin.
Simplest pot roast ever!!
I got this from the Fix It and Forget It Lightly cookbook. It calls for any diet soda. I actually used Diet Dr. Pepper. I used Kraft Original Barbecue Sauce. Finally, I'm not an onion person, so I skipped them--and used minced onion instead. It was ABSOLUTELY delicious! The only hard part is eating JUST ONE SERVING!
These stuffed pork chops are comfort food at its finest. Better yet, you only need to do about 15 minutes of work!
Just like Grandma used to make, she always served this over mashed potatoes with steamed green beans or a tossed salad. Mmmm comfort food!
This meatloaf has the best of both worlds: a great crust and a moist interior! The trick is lining your slow cooker and creating a water bath. Trust me, it's worth the effort!
After a long day, sit down to a hearty meal of tender beef, slow-cooked carrots, and melt-in-your-mouth mushrooms and onions.
These aren't your mama's meatballs--they're better! Lean but packed with flavor, they cook all day while you're away.
This recipe is delicious and easy!
The meat does not need to be seared in skillet first to make this fall-apart tender, pulled BBQ beef for sandwiches. This recipe has so much flavor no one will notice the Worcestshire sauce & the salt were deleted to reduce sodium (you may also use low-sodium catsup and BBQ to reduce sodium further). Using molasses instead of brown sugar and Worcestshire gives a depth of flavor and authenticity, while reducing sugar & sodium. It is great to take to picnics, buffets, or tailgating. Freezes well.
Lean but packed with flavor, these meatballs are a comfort food favorite.
These pork chops are really tender and the liquid can make a good gravy for rice or potatoes.
Wicked good pot roast from the slow cooker that makes its own gravy and cooks itself all day!
Great for tacos, enchiladas or served as a sandwich with some added BBQ Sauce.
Serve this comforting Hungarian classic with steamed brown rice and spinach or over whole-wheat egg noodles.
Perfect meal for a cool day.
Your entire dinner will be waiting on you when you get home with this meal.