Dessert Slow Cooker Recipes
Our inspirational dessert recipes and ideas are irresistibly tasty when made in a slow cooker. Yes you heard it right, you cannot just prepare your lunches and dinners in a crockpot but some quick and easy lip-smacking desserts can surprise you too.
Slowrecipes.com has a collection of traditional desserts, cakes, festive desserts and some amazing puddings and brownies. Just mix up the ingredients, follow the recipe and leave the rest on your crockpot. The magical desserts will be ready with no fuss, by the time you engage in other kitchen activities.
Here is a strikingly easy recipe for cinnamon rolls, and cooking it slow over crock pot makes it even easier. Enjoy it in breakfast or prepare it as a comfy winter dessert. The mouthwatering smell of these Cinnamon rolls will make the kids go crazy. Servings: 4-6 Cooking time: 2-3 hours Ingredients: 10-12 buttermilk biscuits chilled 4 tablespoons butter 4-6… View full recipe
Lava Cake is a heavenly recipe for true chocolate lovers with the combination of warm and chilled temperatures in every bite. Indulge your senses with this velvety rich and exciting cake, where each bite will melt in your mouth like divine pleasure. Servings: 6 Cooking time: 4 hours Ingredients: Cake Ingredients: 2 cup Brown Sugar 2 cup All-purpose Flour 2… View full recipe
With December bells about to jingle, it is time to bring your crock pot onto action. Crock-bake your fruit cake this Christmas and allow its extraordinary softness balance off the crunch of the dry fruits. Ingredients: 1 kg mixed dried fruits (raisins, almonds, sultanas, currants, cashews or your desired blend) ½ cup fruit juice (orange juice or any other) 1… View full recipe
This scrumptious pick brings to mind the sunny Hawaiian afternoons on the beach where the dessert is worth waiting for- after all, you get to say aloha to the pineapple cake that churns your cravings from the stomach to taste buds. This lovely slow cooker version is so soft and juicy that all you need to do is close your… View full recipe
This has to be the simplest dessert ever, and guess what? Its fun, even the kids can help you out. Perfect for the day-offs and kids’ parties, this dessert never fails to win guests over. Cooking time: 1 hour Servings: 10-12 Ingredients: 1 1/2 semisweet chocolate, cut into pieces 1/2 bittersweet chocolate, cut into pieces 1 cup heavy cream 1/2… View full recipe
Conclude the Patrick’s Day feast with this comforting chilled dessert, which is a reminder of the 19th century homemade trifle of ol’ folks of Ireland. Cooking time: ½ hour (Refrigerate for at least two hours) Servings: 6-8 Ingredients: 16 ounce pound cake, diced into 1 inch cubes 2 teaspoon vanilla essence 1 can fruit cocktail 3 Tbsp. butter 1/2 cup… View full recipe
The bread is ideal for breakfast and makes a sweet surprising treat for picnics as the lemon renders the bread tangy lemon flavor while the poppy seeds add a pleasant crunch to the extremely soft bread. Cooking time: 2 hours Servings: 6-8 Ingredients: 3 cups all-purpose flour ¼ cup poppy seeds 1 1/2 tablespoon baking powder ½ teaspoon salt 1… View full recipe
Apple Pie can fittingly be America’s most famous dessert. The aroma of freshly baked pie right from the oven was once customary in every home. Spoil yourself and the family with this simple and effortless slow cooker recipe and wake up to this deliciously warm and cozy apple pie breakfast. The sweetness comes from honey and brown sugar that makes… View full recipe
The extremely delectable flavor of this cake lends royalty to this recipe. Butterscotch, combined with your love as the queen of the house might mean that you may need to prepare extra servings of this pudding cake for your special ones. Cooking in the slow cooker makes it juicier, softer, and creamier than when baked in the oven. I top… View full recipe
Who knew you could enjoy such a luxury out of milk and bread, or better yet, left over bread? Bread pudding is one interesting dessert to make in a slow cooker with as many variations in flavors as you can imagine. Enjoy it as a standard milk and bread pudding (recipe given below), or put in chocolate, banana, apple or… View full recipe