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Turn your slow cooker into a snack maker with these easy recipes.
Make These Simple Snacks!
Until now, you’ve probably only used your slow cooker for stews and Super Bowl wings. If that’s the case, you’re missing out on a whole slew of slow cooker snacks. Yes, believe it or not, your slow cooker doubles as an awesome snack maker.
If you’ve ever gotten in line for a cone full of street vendor nuts during Christmas, this recipe is for you. You can use any nuts you want, but the subtle sweetness of pecans and the rich flavor of almonds make for a perfect combo.
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Slow Cooker Chex Mix
Sure, you could buy Chex mix, or just mix together dry cereal and call it a day. This recipe, however, will take your savory snacking to a new level. Store it in snack-sized resealable bags for on-the-go eating. Add coated candies like M&Ms for a bit of sweetness.
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Even if a snack is healthy, it doesn’t have to taste that way. Oats and dried fruit come together for this crunchy, slightly sweet granola: the perfect addition to yogurt and ice cream, and a great snack on its own. If you want extra crunch, add some chopped nuts.
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These bars as good as, if not better than, any energy bar you can buy in a health food store. Top with chocolate chips or shredded coconut for a candy bar effect.
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Crock-Pot Jalapeño Spinach Dip
Slow Cooker Mexican Seven Layer Dip
Slow Cooker Mini Cheeseburger Pies
Craving a snack that’s more savory than sweet? These mini cheeseburger pies are the perfect bite-sized, protein-packed snack. Wrapping phyllo dough around the burgers brings their texture and flavor to another level. Combine it with your go-to burger toppings for a dish you won't forget.
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Homemade Crock-Pot Yogurt
Think making yogurt involves a churning mechanism and an old Amish woman? Think again. Your slow cooker and two ingredients are all it takes. Yup, two ingredients: milk and what’s left of the yogurt you bought at the grocery store. You’ve just saved yourself a ton of money for the week. Be sure to reserve a half of a cup of this batch to use as a starter next time.
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