9 Slow Cooker Desserts So You Can Quit Baking
Forget your oven and put your slow cooker to good use with these scrumptious desserts.
Published Nov 8, 2016 5:00 AM
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Slow Cooker S’mores Brownies Take slow cooker brownies to the next level with this insanely decadent s’mores recipe. Layers of crunchy graham crackers, moist brownie, and gooey marshmallows come together to create the perfect fireside treat.
Slow Cooker Carrot Cake With autumnal notes of cinnamon and vanilla, and a delightful sweetness thanks to pineapple, this recipe is sure to become a household favorite.
Crock Pot Cinnamon Apples Forget apple pie, this slow cooked cinnamon apple recipe is all you need this season. Pair this perfectly spiced dessert with some warm apple cider and enjoy.
Slow Cooker Triple Chocolate Brownies Treat yourself to the ultimate slow cooker dessert: Triple chocolate brownies. Go on. You deserve it.
Slow Cooker Peanut Butter Cup Swirl Cake Impress your favorite peanut butter lover with this heavenly creation. Filled with 20 mini Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and a cup of creamy peanut butter and chocolate syrup, it’s safe to say that this lavish dessert doesn’t skimp on bold flavor.
Slow Cooker Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars Blondies marry chocolate chip cookies in this decadent dessert recipe. Don’t like chocolate chips? Replace them with peanut butter or butterscotch chips instead to create a cookie bar you’ll love.
Slow Cooker Caramel Peanut Butter Hot Fudge Cake This recipe pulls out all the stops when it comes to flavor. The caramel and peanut butter blend beautifully with chocolate fudge to create an irresistible dessert.
Chocolate Slow Cooker Dump Cake Nothing makes winter better than a slice of warm, gooey chocolate cake. This “death by chocolate” recipe will make any chocolate enthusiast smile. Pair with chocolate ice cream for an extraordinarily chocolatey dessert.
Slow Cooker Fudge Want a slow cooker dessert that doesn’t take all day to cook? Look no further than this mouthwatering chocolate fudge recipe—it only takes 1 hour.