Why should the slow cooker frenzy end with breakfasts and weeknight meals? I asked myself, why couldn’t I make my dessert in a crock pot too? Good news is… I can, and so can you. And just in time to take the chill out of the air!
Enjoy these crock pot dessert recipes. You might find, like me, that you now have an excuse to throw a few fall parties. #SorryNotSorry
How much easier can it get than throwing some cream and chocolate chips into your crockpot, relaxing for an hour while they melt, and pouring the gooey chocolate into a dish to let it set? Not much, my friends. This is the perfect, super simple treat for your ladies wine night. #AGirlsBestFriend
Growing up, one of my favorite parts of fall was picking apples from our trees and and having the whole house smell of delicious apple crisp. Now that I’ve been adulting… mom is an hour away and the scent of apple crisp doesn’t travel that far. Although it’ll be tough to beat mom’s homemade recipe, I think I could handle tossing a few ingredients in a slow cooker.
If you’re like me, you refuse to let go of the tail end of summer. Berry cobbler is the perfect way to keep that summer freshness in check. This recipe requires 2 to 2.5 hours cooking on low and will be a hit if you bring it to the office.
Ladies, I need to make sure you get your chocolate fix… so here it is! Forget Applebee’s, now you can make your own lava cake at home while you’re snuggled up watching a movie. But be careful, I’d imagine a mouthful of chocolatey gooey goodness is addicting. #BringItOn
Cheesecake is my personal favorite. But what’s better than cheesecake? Pumpkin cheesecake (just in time for fall) that is made in the slow cooker and less than 200 calories per serving. #WatchOutWorld. Num, num, and more num.
While this isn’t a dessert in itself, it is a component of many delicious desserts and snacks, including chocolate dipped pretzels, strawberries, cookies, granola, etc.—the list goes on. I’m not one for patience (if you haven’t noticed from my love for quick and easy crockpot breakfasts and meals), so this sure beats standing around a pot all day water for chocolate to boil.
I’ll admit it, the photo caught my attention. When I started reading the recipe, however, it was the price that lured me further. This delicious dessert only costs 91 cents per serving! At that rate, you could host fall parties all season long.
Just because summer is slowly drifting doesn’t mean you need to pack up your campfire fun. Picture this: gooey chocolate chip cookie mix slathered melted chocolate chips, marshmallows, and Teddy Grahams. That’s a joy your traditional campfire just couldn’t bring to the table.
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