5 Easy Slow Cooker Recipes to Bring to Your Next Potluck

5 Easy Slow Cooker Recipes to Bring to Your Next Potluck

Just because you’re tasked with bringing a potluck dish, doesn’t mean it has to be difficult. Make your next potluck get-together easier than ever by using your slow cooker. These slow cooker potluck recipes are simple to prep the day before, or even the morning of, the event. These may be the easiest potluck dishes you’ve ever made, and they’re sure to wow your friends and family.

  • Slow Cooker Potluck Spareribs

    These spareribs are prepped and in the pot in only 10 minutes. “The best spare ribs I’ve ever had partially because of the sauce but mostly because of the spare ribs. I usually just make regular ribs but these were amazing. Super easy recipe and everyone loves them,” says reviewer Tanya Kerr

  • Hobo Beans

    This slow cooker recipe delivers a hearty dish of hamburger, bacon, and beans in a thick and sweet sauce,” says recipe creator Heather. Reviewers say you can substitute any of the beans in the recipe for different beans, depending on your preference. Brown the ground beef before mixing all of the ingredients in your slow cooker for an easy side.

  • Slow Cooker Cheesy Potatoes

    These potatoes take five minutes to prepare and only require four ingredients. Simply combine hash brown potatoes, condensed Cheddar cheese soup, evaporated milk, and French fried onions to make this cheesy comfort food

  • Slow Cooker Texas Pulled Pork

    This Texas-style pulled pork is so good even the picky eaters will love it. “Best pulled pork I have ever tasted! Plus it was very easy. I am taking my slow cooker camping just to make this again,” says home cook Shay.

  • Slow Cooker Baked Beans

    What’s a potluck without baked beans? Reviewers say these slow cooker beans taste like traditional Boston baked beans, but they’re easier to make because you don’t have to watch them simmer on the stove. “I went to bed with the stuff going and when I got up in the morning my whole house smelled amazing. I opened the lid on my crock pot, and oh happy day! Beautiful brown, sweet baked beans with a gorgeous thick sauce! People were practically pile driving into them at the BBQ! I have no plans to ever make baked beans in the oven again,” says reviewer Danielle Heiderich.


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