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Betty's Slow-Cooker Pineapple Upside Down Cake

Bettys Slow Cooker Pineapple Upside Down Cake This recipe for Betty's Slow-Cooker Pineapple Upside Down Cake is an easy pineapple upside down cake using cake mix. It's simple to make pineapple upside down cake in the slow cooker and still end up with the classic cake, we all know and love. This slow cooker pineapple upside down cake recipe includes traditional ingredients, such as brown sugar, butter, pineapple slices, and maraschino cherries. The addition of coconut flakes gives the cake an extra rich flavor and dense texture. Serve up this 1950s-style treat when you're feeling nostalgic, or offer it to guests at your next party or potluck. Loved ones will be impressed with your slow cooker baking skills!


Dump and Go Deli Salad Casserole

Dump and Go Deli Salad Casserole Put a new spin on classic tuna casserole recipes with this creative slow cooker casserole recipe for Dump and Go Deli Salad Casserole. This creative dish takes the flavors you know and expect from easy tuna salad recipes, and transforms them into a casserole. Rather than noodles--a common ingredient in many tuna casserole recipes--this tuna casserole gets its starch from potato chips. They're mixed in and sprinkled on top! If you love old-fashioned recipes with a fun, new spin, this is one of the best slow cooker casserole recipes to try!


Fall Cider Beef Pot Roast with Sweet Potatoes

Fall Cider Beef Pot Roast with Sweet Potatoes If you're in search of great fall food recipes for weeknight meals, this Fall Cider Beef Pot Roast with Sweet Potatoes is packed with autumn flavors. Apple cider, maple syrup, and sweet potatoes blend with savory beef broth, onions, and garlic for a flavor sensation. This one-pot meal is robust, hearty, and so flavorful. Usher in fall with this delicious slow cooker pot roast recipe, and make it again and again throughout the season.


How to Set Up a Caramel Apple Bar

How to Set Up a Caramel Apple Bar There is almost nothing better than biting into a perfectly juicy apple once the fall months roll around (well, maybe except biting into a juicy apple that is covered in caramel and candy). Autumn is the time of year when candy purchases are at their highest and apples are at their best, so why not take advantage of the two and make a spooky caramel apple bar for your Fright-Night or fall party? This guide for How to Set Up a Caramel Apple Bar gives you the tips and tricks for making slow cooker caramel apples perfectly. Whether you are making the apples ahead of time or are allowing guests to make their own on the night of, follow the steps below to get delicious Halloween caramel apples every time. The best part about caramel apple recipes is that you can customize the toppings for your guests. Set out a variety of bowls and plates containing candies, nuts, chocolate, candy corn, mini marshmallows, etc. The more toppings the better! These apples are fun for children and adults alike, and allowing guests to specially make their own ensures smiles all around.


Miracle Pumpkin Seed Brittle

Miracle Pumpkin Seed Brittle Make a truly unique slow cooker fall treat with this pumpkin seed brittle recipe for Miracle Pumpkin Seed Brittle. This brittle is miraculous because you can prepare it using your slow cooker! This pumpkin brittle recipe proves candy-making isn't just for your stove-top, and that brittle can be a fall treat as well as a winter delight. This salty-sweet, nutty, spiced treat makes for a great fall gift, snack, or dessert. Friends and family will be wowed by the earthy colors and flavors in this delicious pumpkin spice brittle candy. Use those leftover roasted pumpkin seeds to make a fall sweet treat.


Our Version of Overnight Egg Brunch Casserole

Our Version of Overnight Egg Brunch Casserole We know our readers can't get enough of this Overnight Egg Brunch Casserole recipe, so we decided to whip it up in our test kitchen and add our own special flair. This slow cooker breakfast casserole is made with layers of hash browns, sauted vegetables, fluffy eggs and gooey cheese. After frying the bacon and chopping up the vegetables, the assembly of this casserole is a breeze. The great thing about breakfast egg casseroles like this one is that everyone's breakfast can be made in one batch. Because the slow cooker can cook such a large amount of food at once, the whole family will be able to sit down around the table and enjoy a warm meal together (no waiting for batches of pancakes or eggs to cook). And don't even get us started on how good the leftovers are! The original recipe calls for the casserole to be cooked on LOW for 10 hours (or overnight). If you don't have that much time to spare, the dish can easily be cooked on HIGH for 4.5 hours with the same results. So, if you are on the hunt for a recipe for the morning of a holiday, a family gathering or a lazy weekend breakfast, give this delicious slow cooker breakfast casserole a go.


Potato-Crusted Quiche

PotatoCrusted Quiche Potato-Crusted Quiche is an easy quiche recipe that you can make in your slow cooker. Some might consider this to be a crustless quiche recipe in the traditional sense, but it has a unique hash brown crust that is crispy and savory. This bacon quiche recipe is packed with broccoli, spinach, onions, three types of cheese, and more. Serve it up for a holiday brunch, or even on a weekday when you want to start your day with a satisfying meal. This quiche will soon become one of your favorite breakfast casserole recipes.


The Best Green Bean Casserole for Your Holiday Table

The Best Green Bean Casserole for Your Holiday Table You can say "goodbye" to mushy, flavorless green bean casserole for good, thanks to this recipe for The Best Green Bean Casserole for Your Holiday Table. Made with fresh green beans, mushrooms and onions, this easy green bean casserole recipe is sure to steal the show at any holiday party or gathering. Not only is this side dish packed with tons of ingredients inside of the casserole, but it is also topped with a delicious combination of toasted fried onions, sourdough bread crumbs and Parmesan cheese. A green bean casserole wouldn't be the same without its characteristic fried onion topping, so we made sure to showcase the topping in our rendition. Even if you are only bringing one dish to your holiday parties this year, make sure that one dish is a show-stopper. This green beans casserole with cheese will bring people together and fill everyone's hearts and bellies with happiness. What more could you ask for during the holiday season?


The Best Sweet Potato Casserole Recipe

The Best Sweet Potato Casserole Recipe What could scream its the holidays more than warm sweet potatoes topped with toasted, sugared pecans? The answer, arguably, is nothing. This recipe for The Best Sweet Potato Casserole Ever will have your guests coming up for seconds (or even thirds) at this years Thanksgiving, Christmas and holiday parties. Using the slow cooker to make this simple sweet potato casserole keeps you from spending all of your time in the kitchen on an already busy day. After peeling and cutting the sweet potatoes, set them to cook in the slow cooker for three hours with butter and broth while you go off and accomplish other things. The real standout in this recipe, though, is the pecan topping. This topping is as easy to make as it is to eat. Brown sugar and vanilla in the pecan topping help to give the sweet potatoes their beloved sweetness. Easy side dishes like this are also great for traveling in a car ride to another house. If your holiday party is at a family member or friends home, simply bring your slow cooker in the car along with you and plug it back in to warm the sweet potato mash when you arrive.


Upside Down Pumpkin Pie

Upside Down Pumpkin Pie Once the leaves begin to fall, it can only mean one thing autumn is here! As soon as this colorful season begins to creep up on you, it is time to start planning out your holiday party menus. From Halloween to Thanksgiving to Christmas food, is your one-stop guide to easy and delicious holiday recipes. Upside Down Pumpkin Pie is a delightfully simple pie recipe that is a must-make for this years Thanksgiving or Christmas. The best part about this homemade pumpkin pie recipe is that it is cooked right in your slow cooker. Making this Thanksgiving dessert in your slow cooker frees up your oven space for side dishes or the all-important turkey that needs cooking. This easy pumpkin pie recipe has a crumble crust on top of it, so you can scratch making pie crust off your to-do list. Try serving this Upside Down Pumpkin Pie in triangular slices, or scoop it out of the slow cooker into bowls if you just cant wait to dig in. A dollop of whipped cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon on top adds the perfect finishing touch.


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