Many people think that you can only use your slow cooker to make heavy winter soups and stews. Once Spring arrives they pack it away in the cupboard until Fall. Well, I’m here to tell you that that is a mistake! Your slow cooker is perfect for warm weather cooking. These Crock Pot Recipes for the Spring and Summer make food for a crowd without heating up your house. Perfect for the warm spring and summer months!
Crock Pot Recipes – Main Dishes
Don’t these slow cooker chicken and bean tostadas look scrumptious? Perfect for a hot summer afternoon. Yum!
My slow cooker pulled pork sandwiches with creamy coleslaw are a big hit whenever we have company over during the summer. I love that you can put it on and go about your day without being chained to the stove.
Don’t these Crock Pot Chicken Fajitas look amazing? Pair the prepared chicken with tortillas and fresh toppings to make the perfect fajita bar without heating up the kitchen!
Prefer beef over pork? We love this Crock Pot pulled bbq beef recipe that is a twist on classic beef on a bun. Perfect for a crowd!
I love the bright colors in this delicious recipe for Mango Salsa Slow Cooker Chicken . Plus mango is a HUGE hit in our house.
I remember eating sloppy joes all the time as a kid. Here is a delicious homemade sloppy joe recipe for your crock pot. Yum!
Layer slow cooked turkey and toppings into pitas for these delicious Greek Style Slow Cooker Turkey Pitas. Delish!
One of my favorite meals of all time are these easy slow cooker barbecue ribs. So easy and so delicious!
Crockpot Recipes – Side Dishes
Mmmm….potatoes! Don’t these Crock Pot Bacon Cheese Ranch potatoes look divine? They would be perfect with just about any main dish for a perfect dinner. Yum!
I really need a better picture for this recipe but, believe me, they are EPIC. This is Nana’s recipe for baked beans in the crockpot and they are so good. Want to kick them up a notch? Drizzle them with a bit of molasses before you eat them.
Last but not least…try these delicious bacon wrapped sausage bites. They are scrumptious and great as an appy before dinner.
Now I’m hungry AND I have a great meal plan for when we have people up to the lake this summer. What are your favorite Crock Pot recipes for the spring and summer?