Crockpot Side Dish Recipes
Crockpot Risotto is an easy way to make this classic Italian recipe. It's so easy!
Crockpot Wild Rice Pilaf
This delicious crockpot side dish recipe is perfect served alongside grilled steak or chicken.
Creamy Crockpot Potatoes
This simple four ingredient recipe makes a wonderfully rich and indulgent side dish; in your crockpot!
Crockpot Mixed Rice Pilaf
I love the combination of wild rice with brown rice; and this easy recipe cooks away in your crockpot using just four ingredients.
Crockpot Spicy Glazed Carrots
This delicious side dish is a perfect complement to grilled chicken or fish.
Salt Baked Potatoes
These simple potatoes have received rave reviews. They are dry, tender and fluffy, and do not taste salty. You can reuse the salt up to 10 times, so after you're done cooking, store the salt in an airtight container for next time
Crockpot Sweet Potato Stuffing
Cook your stuffing in your crockpot for a much easier Thanksgiving meal; besides, it's just delicious.
Delicious Squashed Apples
This wonderful side dish is perfect for Thanksgiving dinner; you can get it going and then not think about it until it's time to eat.
Updated Green Bean Casserole
This classic side dish is updated in two ways. First, alfredo sauce is used instead of canned condensed soup, and the recipe is cooked in the crockpot. Easy!
Crockpot Apple Stuffing
For Thanksgiving or Christmas, make this delicious apple and nut-stuffed stuffing recipe in your crockpot.
Crockpot Glazed Carrots
If you don't want to use baby carrots, you can peel and slice 4-5 large carrots and use them in this simple recipe.
Crockpot Scalloped Corn
Egg product is used in this recipe instead of real eggs because they can stand up to long, slow cooking better.
My Great-Grandmother's Stuffing in the Crockpot
My little sister discovered this fabulous method for cooking the best stuffing in the world. Try it! It makes sense that the crockpot would be the perfect environment for cooking stuffing because it's a moist heat cooking method - just like inside your turkey.
Peachy Crockpot Sweet Potatoes
To make this three ingredient recipe a four ingredient recipe, sprinkle the potatoes with your favorite crunchy granola just before serving for a great texture contrast.
Crockpot Red Cabbage and Onions
This colorful side dish pairs perfectly with Apple Pork Chops or any simple pork chop recipe.
Crockpot Gingered Carrots
This super simple recipe is packed full of flavor. You could use baby carrots instead of the larger ones if you like.
Crunchy Topped Sweet Potatoes
Make this delicious side dish recipe for Thanksgiving! Because it cooks in your crockpot, your oven and stovetop are free for the other recipes on your menu.
Crockpot Roasted Vegetables
You could use any hard root vegetable in this simple and delicious side dish recipe.
Crockpot Rice Pilaf
This fabulously easy recipe is a great way to cook rice for a family meal, or for company.
Crockpot Cornbread Stuffing
If you don't like cornbread use any packaged dry stuffing cubes. But try the cornbread version at least once - it's really wonderful.
This delicious recipe for applesauce cooks in your crockpot. You won't believe the delicious aromas that will fill your house while this recipe cooks.
Crockpot BBQ Pinto Beans
This simple side dish recipe, full of barbecue flavor, is perfect as a side for a juicy grilled steak.
Crockpot Cornbread Stuffing
This rich and traditional recipe for stuffing cooks in your crockpot, both for food safety reasons and because it's easier!
Crockpot Cheesy Potatoes
This super simple and rich side dish uses frozen hash brown potatoes.
Crockpot Mashed Potatoes
Potatoes are actually cooked and mashed out of the crockpot, then cooked for a couple of hours to blend the flavors. This recipe is perfect for the holidays because you don't have the last minute mashing and beating of potatoes.
Crockpot Scalloped Potatoes
When your oven is taken up by rolls and a turkey or roast, this simple recipe for scalloped potatoes made in your crockpot means you can make it and forget it until it's time to eat.