Slow Cooker Side Dishes for Delicious Dinners
In addition to being delicious, these recipes are so simple to make and have instructions that are incredibly easy to follow. You probably already have in your pantry and fridge all of the ingredients needed for these side dish recipes.
You can literally just throw these delicious recipes together and they will taste absolutely amazing.
Another thing I love about these recipes is that kids LOVE them. I have made several of these recipes for my family, and they have always been a hit.
Even my pickiest eater likes these recipes, and that is saying something.
Delicious Dinners to Try Pairing with these Side Dish Recipes
You and your family will absolutely love these tasty side dish recipes. These recipes pair so amazingly with so many different types of dinners, and together they make the perfect meal!
1. SLOW COOKER LOADED MASHED POTATOES
From Real Housemoms :: Click HERE to get the FULL Recipe Slow Cooker Loaded Mashed Potatoes are the easiest side dish you'll ever make! This recipe is great for every meal, from weeknight dinners to feeding your holiday crowd!
2. SLOW COOKER CREAMED CORN
From Favorite Family Recipes :: Click HERE to see the FULL Recipe This Slow Cooker Creamed Corn is the perfect side dish. A favorite for Thanksgiving! You will love the creamy, sweet, and savory combination of flavors.
3. CROCKPOT GARLIC RANCH POTATOES
From The Salty Marshmallow :: Click HERE for the FULL Recipe These crock pot roasted potatoes are bursting with garlic and ranch flavor! Perfect for any easy weeknight side dish, or to save some room on your stove when you have company. One of my all time favorite slow cooker potato recipes!
4. SLOW COOKER GLAZED CARROTS
From Dinner at the Zoo :: Click HERE for the FULL Recipe These slow cooker glazed carrots are a super easy side dish that's perfect for a casual dinner or a holiday gathering!
5. SLOW COOKER MUSHROOM RICE
From Dinner then Dessert :: Click HERE for the FULL Recipe Slow Cooker Mushroom Rice with mushrooms, caramelized onions and thyme is a deliciously buttery addition to your holiday meals! Stovetop directions too.
6. CHEESY CROCK POT GREEN BEAN CASSEROLE
From The Salty Marshmallow :: Click HERE for the FULL Recipe This green bean casserole recipe is everyone’s favorite holiday side dish made even easier in the Crockpot! Full of either fresh, frozen, or canned green beans, cream of mushroom soup, french fried onions and cheese this casserole is an easy crowd pleaser!
7. CROCK POT CREAMY HASH BROWN POTATOES
From Spicy Southern Kitchen :: Click HERE for the FULL Recipe such an easy and delicious potato dish. It’s made from frozen hash brown potatoes (the cubed ones), a can of condensed potato soup, lots of Colby Jack cheese, sour cream, and a container of chive and onion cream cheese spread. A hash brown casserole doesn’t get any creamier than this.
8. EASY CROCK POT FRIED APPLES
From A Night Owl Blog :: Click HERE for the FULL Recipe These Easy Crock Pot Fried Apples are a perfect, effortless Thanksgiving side dish or an everyday treat! You'll love how easy they are to whip up!
9. SLOW COOKER RANCH MUSHROOMS
From The Chunky Chef :: Click HERE for the FULL Recipe Three ingredients is all you need to make the most delicious and flavorful mushrooms! Just toss them in a slow cooker and let it do the work for you!
10. SLOW COOKER TACO DIP
From The Chunky Chef :: Click HERE for the FULL Recipe The ultimate tasty slow cooker taco dip! Loaded with fantastic taco-night flavors, and perfect for a party, this dip simmers away in your slow cooker, so you can enjoy the party and your guests
11. BROWN SUGAR AND BACON BAKED BEANS
From The Chunky Chef :: Click HERE for the FULL Recipe These baked beans are semi-homemade and the perfect blend of sweet, savory and smoky! Topped with delicious bacon, they're sure to be a hit!
12. SLOW COOKER BARBECUED GREEN BEANS
From Spicy Southern Kitchen :: Click HERE for the Full Recipe Slow Cooker Barbecued Green Beans are sweet and tangy with lots of smoky bbq flavor. Made from canned beans, they are a cinch to make and are a great side dish for potlucks and family meals. They are kind of like the flavor of baked beans, only with green beans. What’s not to love about that?