Football season is now over and the playoffs are about to begin. The Patriots are once again on their quest to become the Super Bowl Champions. Parties, get togethers and good food are all about to become a big part of the upcoming social calendar.
The Slow Cooker is especially handy tool if you are planning to entertain, or to bring something with you to the next Pot Luck Game Day get-together. Using a slow-cooker makes it very easy to serve a group of people and is nearly foolproof. It allows you to spend more time watching the game rather than working in the kitchen, and preparing for the feast.
Here are 10 of the Best Meat Lovers Slow-Cooker Recipes that I have seen, or tried in the past that would be perfect for your next Game Day get together!
Relax and let your slow-cooker do all the work. Beer tenderizes the meat, and the onion soup gives it sweetness and depth, while the chile sauce gives it a good punch of heat.
For the Slow-Cooker Brisket recipe, click here.
Use your slow-cooker to make super-tender, never-dry chicken wings. Just place the wings in your slow-cooker and cover them with your favorite sauce. Once they are cooked and tantalizingly tender, put the wings in an oven heated to 400 degrees Farenheit or place them under the broiler to give them a crispy exterior.
For the Slow-Cooker Buffalo Wings recipe, click here.
French Dip Sandwich
There is nothing more satisfying than a melt-in-your-mouth sandwich. This shredded beef French dip is savory and succulent after stewing in the slow-cooker all day.
For the Slow-Cooker French Dip Sandwich recipe, click here.
Apple Cider Pulled Pork
This amazing slow-cooker recipe braises pork in a mixture of apple cider, brown sugar, bacon, and apples.
For the Slow-Cooker Apple Cider Pulled Pork recipe, click here.
After their long trip in the slow-cooker, broil the ribs in the oven to accentuate the texture and flavor and give them a barbecued appearance.
For the Slow-Cooker Barbecue Ribs recipe, click here.
Brown Sugar and Honey Ham
The secret ingredient in this recipe is the ground cloves; it really gives the ham a little something extra.
For the Slow-Cooker Brown Sugar and Honey Ham recipe, click here.
Cranberry Citrus Meatballs
These meatballs are the perfect party food. Throw them in the slow-cooker and they’re ready when you are. You can make the meatballs and brown them ahead of time, then just refrigerate or freeze until ready to use.
For the Slow-Cooker Cranberry Citrus Meatballs recipe, click here.
Pork and Sauerkraut
This recipe emanates a heavenly smell thanks to the succulent pork braised with juniper berries and garlic and sauerkraut.
For the Slow-Cooker Pork and Sauerkraut recipe, click here.
Pulled Pork Tacos
What could be easier than throwing some pork, spices, and an onion into a slow cooker? This is also a low-maintenance dish perfect for serving at dinner parties.
For the Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork Tacos recipe, click here.
Buffalo Chicken Dip
Who doesn’t love a delicious Buffalo chicken dip at a party? It’s creamy, delicious, a little spicy, and extremely flavorful. Yet when it is loaded with a few different types of cheese, this dip can get pretty fattening, pretty quickly. We’ve lightened up this recipe for you so you can thoroughly enjoy this essential party food without the guilt.
For the Healthy Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Dip Recipe, click here.