Four Great Slow-Cooker Recipes For Rainy Spring Days

Posted on

Spring is looking like it’s finally here, but don’t put away your slow cooker just yet! There are some chilly and rainy days ahead of us before the April showers turn into May flowers. So, it’s still the perfect time to use the slow cooker setting on your Instant Pot or Crock-Pot. These four slow-cooker recipes have a little bit of added spice to warm you up after a long day of puddle-jumping in the rain. And, since you can just “set it and forget it,” it leaves extra time for that spring cleaning you’ve been putting off. 🙂

This is a contributed post.  

Crockpot Spicy Pot Roast Using Top Round Roast

Check out this drool-worthy top-round roast recipe from YellowBlissRoad.com. It uses pepperoncini and a little bit of pepperoncini juice to add some heat. However, if you are looking to spice things up even further, you can substitute jalapeños.

Cooking your Top Round Roast in the slow cooker like this keeps it super tender and juicy. Plus, it’s delicious sliced thin for sandwiches or served hot over some rice. You can add some root veggies to make a one-dish meal or serve it alongside a salad for a lighter spring dinner. And, don’t forget to reserve the juices to make delicious gravy!  

white platter with shredded beef and pepperoncinis, a slow cooker

Photo Source: YellowBlissRoad.com

Slow Cooker Black Bean Enchiladas

This enchilada dish from thekitchn.com is a wonderful meal to come home to after a walk on a breezy evening. Plus, they are a super delicious and easy meal.  You can throw all the ingredients into your slow cooker and leave it be, coming back a few hours later to perfect comfort food that looks like it took hours of effort. Post Image

Post Image

Photo Credit: TheKitchn

Slow Cooker Filipino Adobo Pulled Pork

For another great “set it and forget it” recipe, try this Filipino dish from skinnytaste.com. The peppercorn will give you some great flavor, but don’t forget the jalepeño for a dish with some kick. You can even add more if you like it really hot. Serve this pork over jasmine rice, and add fresh scallions and tomatoes on the side for a fresh and light dinner.  

We love Filipino Adobo Chicken in my home and make it once a month, so I thought I would give it a shot as Filipino adobo pulled pork in the Slow Cooker. The results are just so darn easy to make and everyone loves it!

Photo Credit: SkinnyTaste

Crockpot Jambalaya

For another delicious, one-pot meal, try this spicy jambalaya from aspicyperspective.com.  Put in all your ingredients except the shrimp and rice, and let it cook. Then, right before dinner, throw in those finishing ingredients. This recipe advertises itself as perfect for busy moms, but it is also fantastic if you are eager to get outside this spring and would rather spend your afternoon gardening, doing yard work, or getting some exercise as opposed to cooking in the kitchen for hours. 

Crockpot Jambalaya Recipe #ASpicyPerspective #crockpot #slowcooker #cajun #creole

Photo Credit: ASpicyPerspective

Enjoy These Slow-Cooker Recipes!

I hope you enjoy your slow-cooker recipes – and the time saved from not having to cook dinner! 🙂

Don’t forget to find me on Instagram so we can keep in touch, and be sure to tag me in any photos you post of your culinary creations! I love to see your works of art in the kitchen.

And, enter your email below to receive notification of my next blog post like this one. You don’t want to miss it!

Join our e-mail program and receive new post alerts!

* indicates required


Take care guys! Until next time…

XOXO

lexisrose.com small logo

 

 

 

 

 

P.S.

See my privacy policy for a full Amazon Affiliate disclosure. Profits earned from affiliate commissions help to keep this site running, so that I can continue to bring great content to awesome readers, like you! If you would like, you can still support by clicking through this link and making any other purchases you need. 🙂

0 Comments

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.