The Test Kitchen stays busy developing new recipes year-round. While we make a wide range of recipes using each and every Hamilton Beach appliance, slow cooker recipes always tend to be the most popular – at least online. These 9 recipes are the most popular slow cooker recipes on the blog. If you haven’t tried them yet, plug in your slow cooker and start meal planning.
This recipe was first posted on the blog in 2014 and continues to be one of the most popular (if not the most popular. It makes its way to the top spot quite often) slow cooker recipe on EverydayGoodThinking.com. Here at Hamilton Beach, roast is king.
Don’t waste your time waiting for the water to boil and make these stuffed shells from start to finish in the slow cooker.
Mississippi Roast took the Internet by storm last winter. The recipe is easy and made with ingredients you likely already have on hand. Our Mississippi Roast recipe is so popular with our audience we decided to develop a recipe for Mississippi Chicken.
We make our version of this classic dish in the slow cooker, which leaves you with juicy chicken and easy cleanup.
The summer heat may have been in our favor when it comes to the popularity of this recipe. It was so hot during the summer, people seemed to be looking for an excuse to leave their ovens and grills turned off. Using the slow cooker, you can enjoy beer can chicken without lighting up the grill.
This recipe has remained one of our most frequently shared soups on the blog since it posted it 2015. It’s a simple recipe that has comfort food written all over it.
It pays to go a little overboard sometimes. Our audience can’t seem to get enough of this cheese-stuffed meatloaf. We wrapped it in bacon, so how could anyone resist?
This loaded potato soup is a crowd pleaser. With the combination of potatoes and sweet potatoes, ham, and cheddar cheese, there’s no wonder this is one of our most popular slow cooker recipes. Plan to use up holiday leftovers and make this flavorful soup.
While you’re probably used to cooking chicken marsala on the stovetop, our audience seems to enjoy making this classic Italian-American dish in the slow cooker. The slow cooker helps seal in the juices while the chicken cooks, leaving you with moist, flavorful meat AND easy clean up.