30 So Yummy Picky Eaters Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes for Kids that your kids will Adore

Slow Cooker Chicken Teriyaki

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The easiest slow cooker teriyaki chicken! It’s deliciously tender and packed with flavor. A recipe the whole family can agree.
Slow cooker meals, aren’t they just amazing? Throw the food in, say goodbye, then several hours later say hello to dinner. It really doesn’t get much easier. I saw this photo/recipe on foodgawker.com and new I had to try it.
I think I’ve finally realized another reason I love slow cooker meals, because I always have dessert after dinner so if I’m making dessert it’s nice to have a simple dinner to throw together. Also, I can never get over how tender and flavorful the meat is that’s been slowly simmered all day in the slow cooker.
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Crock Pot Pulled BBQ Chicken

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Well if you loved our recent recipe for Crock Pot Chicken & Stuffing then your will definitely enjoy this one! This crock pot pulled bbq chicken has only 3 ingredients, takes about 5 minutes to put together, and you family will surely enjoy the end result!
We typically serve our pulled bbq chicken on a bun as a sandwich with a side of fries or coleslaw, but I often end up with leftover chicken as well. One of our favorite ways to use the leftovers is with some tortilla chips and cheese to make tasty BBQ chicken nachos!
You can certainly make this recipe ahead of time and use it however you’d like. It’s a great freezable meat also, once it is finished cooking. I like to keep portions of it in freezer bags so I can pull it out for a quick meal!
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Here’s what to expect: rub the ribs with spices, let cook all day, then reduce your sauce, baste your ribs and broil for less than 10 minutes. Minimal effort for you, big reward for your tummy.
I had to be super careful getting these out of the slow cooker because they were so tender (notice the pile of meat in the background of these pictures- that rack did not make it out without falling apart completely.. YUM). You could probably skip the broiling step if you’re pressed for time, but I wouldn’t if I were you- the natural sugars in the sauce carmelize and make the most amazing crust. You don’t want to miss it.
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slow-cooker pot roast with porcini mushroom gravy {gluten-free, paleo}

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Pot roast is one of my favorite things to make on Sundays or for big family gatherings. It makes the house smell amazing as it cooks away and really is a comfort food! I have made this pot roast dozens of times and it has become kind of famous among-st my friends and family! I love this recipe because it is basically fool-proof, and the meat turns out melt-in-your-mouth tender every time.
The gravy is also full of flavor! If you are nervous about porcini mushrooms or don’t think you like them, don’t worry. They get pureed up into the gravy and give the sauce a wonderful depth of flavor. Nobody can ever guess they are the secret ingredient! I like porcini mushrooms best, but you can use any kind of dried mushrooms you can find.
I often add yukon gold potatoes and chopped carrots to this about 1 1/2 hours before it’s done cooking. I just add them right on top of the meat. Then when the meat is done, you have an entire meal! This is also delicious over mashed potatoes, polenta, or buttered noodles. This pot roast makes a great holiday meal!
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Slow Cooker Spicy Chicken Tacos with Pineapple Salsa

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Truly, these tacos are incredible all on their own (a new variety that the kids will still love) but the fact that they’re made in a slow cooker – so you can set ’em and forget ’em – will make them your new favorite.
This recipe for spicy chicken tacos with sweet pineapple salsa is so simple and perfect for a cold chilly evening when you’re too tired to cook. The meat comes together easily in the crock pot and the salsa can be made when you have a pocket of time earlier in the day.
Even the picky eaters in our family gobbled this up. I was happy it was a lightened version of our favorite tacos with an emphasis on fruit over heavy cheese & sour cream.
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Jamaican Beef Stew With Rice Recipe

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This stew tastes even better the next day. Just cool it down before placing it, covered, in the refrigerator. When you’re ready to serve, gently reheat the stew on the stove top, garnish it with green onions, and serve it with rice that’s made the day-of.
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