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5 Warm Winter Slow Cooker Recipes You Must Try

I have been sharing a bunch of recipes, tips, and ideas along with Cans Get You Cooking, giving you fabulous ideas for dinner using canned foods. Although sponsored, all opinions are mine.


photo: Cooking Classy

Baby, it’s cold outside!


When the temperatures drop during the winter, I am a huge fan of a hot meal for dinner. There’s just something about the warmth in going down, it seriously soothes the soul! Slow cooker recipes are great to prepare hearty, delicious meals, soups and roasts. They are easy, affordable, time saving dishes that taste great and feed the whole family.


All of these slow cooker recipes utilize a canned ingredient, such a convenient and easy way to get vegetables and other foods from farm to table. Here are 5 delicious crock pot recipes your can set, and forget!


5 Warm Slow Cooker Recipes for Winter


photo: Cooking Classy

photo: Cooking Classy


Slow Cooker Chicken Noodle Soup

I love this classic hearty soup! Jacyln from Cooking Classy puts her own personal flavors into this chicken noodle soup, using a host of spices, veggies, and canned chicken broth.


Slow Cooker Smothered Chicken Recipe

photo: Food, Family & Finds


Slow Cooked Smothered Chicken

Cat from Food Family & Finds uses canned petite tomatoes, onion, potatoes and steak spices to create this tasty chicken recipe.  My family would love this!



photo: Eat, Live, Run


Crock pot Moroccan Stew

Holy YUM! This looks amazing. Using diced canned tomatoes, Greek yogurt and so many delicious flavors, this Moroccan inspired stew from Eat, Live, Run is perfect for those who don’t eat meat.


photo: Skinny Taste

photo: Skinny Taste


Crock Pot Chicken Taco Chili

This slow cooker recipe by Gina at Skinny Taste has a Mexican twist! Canned black beans, chili beans, and tomato sauce set the stage for a delicious, hearty chili. Must try!


photo: Real Simple

photo: Real Simple


Slow Cooker Coffee-Braised Brisket 

This complete meal is perfect for the meat eating family. It takes canned tomato paste and… get this… coffee. Yup, it’s mixed in with the tomato paste and Worcestershire sauce. You can find the complete recipe on Real Simple.


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Disclosure: I am participating in the Canbassador Program with Cans Get You Cooking. I am being compensated for my time, however all opinions are my own. I have cooked with canned food for years!


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