My 4 Favorite Crockpot Recipes

'Tis the season for crockpot meals!  With the temps getting cooler, it's so nice to come home, open the door and smell the yummy meal that is cooking away in your crockpot.  There is just something so warm and cozy about it!  Honestly, I love my crock-pot any time of the year, but there is just something about fall and the cooler temps that make it even better.  I am always on the hunt for some good crockpot meals, and I have rounded up four of my favorites to share.  



1.  Beef & Noodles.  Not only is this one of my favorite crockpot recipes, but it is one of my favorite recipes in general.  It's comfort food at its best!  Perfect for those chilly days where you need something hearty and warm.



2.  Andrea's Pulled Pork from Mix & Match Mama.  This recipe is SO easy and SO good.  It makes a ton, and you can do so much with it.  Pulled pork sandwiches, tacos, rice bowls, quesadillas...really the list goes on!  I highly suggest making leftovers into a quesadilla - that's one of my favorite ways to have this pulled pork and do not skimp on the pickles.  I would have never thought to put pulled pork and pickles together, but it is simply delicious!



3.  Shredded Buffalo Chicken.  Another recipe that is too dang easy and too dang good.  It can also be used to build a multitude of meals, too!


Chicken Fajita Bowls

4.  Healthy Chicken Fajita Bowls from Turquoise and Teale.  Who doesn't like Mexican food?  Super simple and delicious.  It makes a ton, too, so you will have lots to go around.


If you have a favorite crockpot recipe, please share!  I am always looking for new ones to try, especially ones that are a bit more on the healthy side.

Linking up with Lindsay and Whitney.  

14 comments

  1. This is so funny, I love my crockpot and have literally tried every single one of these recipes from all you sweet bloggers and love them! So soul soothing! Happy Halloween!

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  2. I love crockpot meals! I haven't made crockpot buffalo chicken in so long it's like I've forgotten about it! Putting it on the menu for next week!
    Sarah at MeetTheShaneyfelts

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  3. I love Andrea's pulled pork. It is so good. Happy Halloween!

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  4. I made a promise to myself this season to use my crockpot more to try and make dinner time a little easier and less time in the kitchen when I get home. Thank you for sharing these recipes! Beautifully Candid

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  5. I love recipes like pulled pork or pulled chicken that you can use throughout the week for so many different things! I made a beef stew in the slow cooker for the first time last night and it was really good. It's a tiny bit more time consuming because you need to sear the meat first and sauté some of the vegetables before you put them in, but it turned out so good!

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  6. Beef and noodles is one of my hubby's favorites! We usually end up using some deer meat this time of year but it's not my fave. I need to try your recipe!

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  7. I still have yet to try Andrea's pulled pork. I REALLY need to. Everybody in the blog world talks about it, so I know it must be good!

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  8. mmm I want the buffalo one tonight!!

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  9. Im totally saving some of these. Love my crockpot!

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  10. These look delicious. I've never seen a recipe like beef and noodles...I need to give it a try.
    Tanya - The Other Side of the Road

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  11. That is so funny that you said that about pork & pickles but that's how I've eaten it my whole life. Owensboro is the international BBQ capital so we're all about pulled pork sandwiches with pickles around here :)

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  12. Im going to need to try out the pulled pork! Sounds delicious--as do all of these!

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  13. i love my crock pot year round as well! i make something similar to the buffalo chicken for KC all the time, it's so easy and he loves it. my favourite crock pot recipe is quinoa, black beans, corn, taco seasoning, tomato sauce, and diced tomatoes all thrown in for 8 hours on low and then i cook chicken or turkey for KC separately. i've made this on the stove as well and it's way better in the crock pot, it thickens up and just cooks really well. i've seen similar recipes called enchilada bake or something. it's so easy and tasty!

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  14. Beef and noodles is going to make its way into our rotation!

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