I have some 30 So Yummy Picky Eaters Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes for Kids that your kids will Adore that the children will love. They are really easy to make and can cook away without you having to stand over the stove.
Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes are great for making cheap and easy meals and require very little effort on the cooking front. If your meal planning goals include finding fuss-free dinners your kids will eat, it’s time to reach for your slow cooker. Here are 30 So Yummy Picky Eaters Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes you can pull off with minimal prep and cleanup that, most importantly, your kids & everyone else around the table will actually devour.



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Slow Cooker Peanut Butter Chicken is a very simple and delicious dinner for busy weeknights! Let your slow cooker do all the work; prep time for this dish is less than 5 minutes!
I am introducing you to my kids’ favorite crockpot meal. If there is one food they love more than tacos, it’s peanut butter chicken. The peanut sauce is slightly sweet, a little acidic, and will leave your house smelling AhhhhhMAZING! We love to serve this among a bowl of rice and some roasted vegetables. Broccoli, red bell peppers, and carrots are great options here. If your weeknights are super busy like ours, dinner can be ready in no time at all! All you need to do is stir the peanut sauce ingredients, throw in your chicken breast, hit start, and be on your way. It’s just as simple as buying take-out, but so much cheaper and healthier for your family.
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This soup is quite mild depending on the enchilada sauce you use. I’ve used both mild and medium. Medium is our personal favorite (and not too spicy for the 2-year old), but if you are super sensitive to spice, stick to the mild. And as you know, all store-bought enchilada sauces aren’t created equal — some are definitely more spicy or more mild than others so use an enchilada sauce you know and love! Alternatively, you can substitute your own homemade enchilada sauce if desired. Just keep the quantities about the same as a 10-11 ounce can (about 1 and 1/4 cup).
If you want more spice, I’ve also added a little chipotle chili powder a few times which is delicious. You could add in some jalapeños or extra green chilis — whatever you like that gives a chicken chili more “spice” should work well in this soup!
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Slow Cooker Kung Pao Chicken is full of spicy and tangy flavor, and gives you all the delicious taste of take-out with much healthier ingredients!
I love this recipe because Chinese takeout has always been a tough one for me. I will often like the taste, but find myself sick after eating it. By making this myself, I can put in REAL ingredients that agree with my stomach. Anyone else hear me on this one?
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crockpot red lentil curry

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Ohhh my lentils. I just love me somma them beans. Especially when they’re in a big crockpot full of red lentil curry.
This week I went to a Filipino grocery store and bought 2 giant bags of lentils. Yep, you’re right. Definitely not Filipino, and totally still a good purchase.
One bag is brown/green and it’s called masoor. Just try saying that out loud once. You’ll feel fancy. The other one is cute, little, and red. It’s called dal and it’s delicious. I’m just warning you right now. If you don’t like lentils, you might want to go ahead and click that little red x in the corner. With these two bags of lentils burning a hole in my kitchen counter, these next few weeks are going to be lentil mania.
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This Sausage, Kale, and Tortellini Soup is so easy to make and can be made in the Slow Cooker or Instant Pot!
An easy slow cooker recipe here for you. I am going to be honest here, and let you know that kale is not my favorite vegetable. It has something to do with feeding it to my kids as babies. I used to boil fresh kale and then puree it; it smelled horrific. I have since gotten over this, but whenever I eat it, I have to make sure it’s more of a “background” taste. I have also found that it tastes much better raw within a salad, or sautéed with other vegetables (I don’t recommend boiling it, unless it’s for a baby). And in case you’re wondering, kale is a super food to feed your babies! It is a super nutrient rich vegetable packed with vitamins A, C, and K. The best part is that it’s great for brain development containing folate (one of the power B Vitamins also known as folic acid), and even a small amount of Omega 3’s. Adding it to smoothies, salads, or sauces is a great way reap the nutritional benefits.
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The easiest one pot recipe ever. Simply throw everything in and that’s it! No cooking, no sauteeing. SO EASY!
Just because summer is quickly approaching in about two weeks does not mean that you need to put your crockpot in storage. Rain or shine, winter or summer, slow cookers are meant to be used 365 days of the year, and it comes in really handy when you move into a new home and you have no idea if the oven/gas range is working yet.
Seriously. We have been living in our new home for less than a week and I have yet to test out the stove. But my slow cooker never fails me, especially in this glorious one pot meal, packed with the most flavor-packed chicken thighs and three different kinds of veggies.
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