I love the fall season! I also love all of the vegetables and fruits that seem to be plentiful during these months. Pumpkins and apples, corn, sweet potatoes and cranberries and more!
Have you been looking for different ways to cook your fall harvest? Fall is slowly creeping in and I just love the colorful harvest that is slowly finding it’s way to the grocery stores. I have prepared a list of recipes so that we never run out ideas for Slow Cooker dishes using the fruits and vegetables of the season!
Slow Cooker Squash Recipes
On the top of my list is Squash! They’re great for soups and many other dishes, too! My favorite on this list is the Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese by @TwoPeasandPod. You’d never even notice that you’re getting an extra serving of vegetables in!
Slow Cooker Pumpkin Recipes
Whenever you think of Fall, you think of Pumpkin season. Me, I can’t get enough of Pumpkins. Pumpkin cakes, pumpkin doughnuts, pumpkin custard, pumpkin flan! Oh my. I actually made An Ultimate Pumpkin Recipe List before here but a new list is definitely in order.
Slow Cooker Apple Recipes
Among the fall fruits, Apple is one of the most loved in my household. It finds its way not only in recipes but also in fall crafts we do at home. This Slow Cooker Baked Apples Recipe was a family effort and my girls had fun making this.
Slow Cooker Corn Recipes
Corn is always a good choice for the slow cooker. It’s rich in taste and it is sweet, creamy, and filling. Corn is definitely not a health or diet food but the fiber content is good for cleaning our gut system plus it is also a rich source of many vitamins and minerals.
Slow Cooked Sweet Potatoes Recipes
Sweet potatoes are a family hit and more so if you slow cook them. They come out as soft, buttery, and creamy too! One of my favorite dishes that we make every Thanksgiving is the Sweet Potato Casserole. I’ve never made it in the slow cooker, but I aim to try it now!
Slow Cooked Cranberry Recipes
These colorful cranberries always reminds me of stringing popcorn and cranberries for the Christmas tree. We would do that every year. They’re great for fall recipes and slow cooking them into those sauces makes the kitchen smell like heaven! Here’s some great cranberry recipes!
Slow Cooked Cabbage Recipes
No. Contrary to popular belief, cabbage does not burn fat. But it is famous as a diet food because it is filling, yet so low on calories. Plus cabbage soup helps you detox, so its a double win for health benefits.
I hope you get some great ideas for festive fall cooking. If so, can you do me a favor and pin this post on Pinterest? 🙂 Click the photo below and it will take you to a pin that you can repin. You’re the best!