Healthy in 30: Slow Cooker Recipes
Enjoy a new slow cooker recipe every day this month!
It’s slow cooker season, folks. So break out your slow cookers, because we’re going to load you up with a new slow cooker recipe every day this month!
Beef and barley take this comforting soup back to the basics.
This is a super-easy way to make a last-minute soup that everyone will love.
Okra and turkey sausage take this Louisiana tradition up a notch.
Butternut squash boasts sweet and nutty flavors, making this winter vegetable the perfect addition to traditional chili.
Serve these spicy meatballs all week long, or whip them up for a special occasion!
Place pork and spices in a slow-cooker before going work and dinner is done.
This soup piles the whole fiesta into one healthy package!
A lighter version of the timeless Russian dish.
With calcium heavy almond milk and a nutrient-packed superfruit, this combination yields nutritious (and delicious) results!
Trade the deep-fried takeout for this at-home version of the Chinese-American favorite.
Serve this over brown rice or enjoy a la carte to keep it gluten-free.
Nutritious whole grains meet tasty chili.
A fresh, whole grain soup.
The perfect fusion of chicken and veggies, this dish is both hearty and healthy.
A cold weather classic.
Warm tomato sauce loaded with saffron, orange, garlic and paprika garnishes this sea bass stew.
Fresh tomatoes add a touch of sweetness.
Perfect for a busy night, this slow-cooked chicken only uses 3 ingredients!
With a combination of simple flavors, this slow cooker recipe is sure to become a favorite!
Have savory Thanksgiving turkey year-round!
In addition to a simple, no fuss dinner this recipe is great for football season.
The sodium content of this meal is perfectly in check, coming in under 500 milligrams per serving.
This simple and unique soup can be prepared in your slow cooker with a few fresh, vegetarian ingredients.
This slow-cooked Moroccan-style stew combines chicken with sweet dried figs.
Here is a black bean soup that is simple to make, and has all of the flavors of traditional Cuban black bean dishes with a couple of extra ingredients stirred in.
A long turn in a crock pot will lure layer after layer of flavor out of this Thai-inspired chicken dish.
A stew the whole family will love.
Serve this with a green salad and some crusty bread and you’ve got yourself a nice hearty dinner!
A leaner alternative to the classic dish.