Cooking on a camping trip can be difficult – you’re limited to what you can bring with you, and you don’t want to spend all your time cooking over a campfire.
That’s why I love using a Crockpot for camping trips – it’s an easy way to have hot meals without spending all your time in the kitchen.
These 43 easy camping crockpot meals are perfect for any outdoor adventure!
43 Best Camping Crockpot Meals
Crockpot meals are my go-to when camping.
They’re easy to prep ahead of time, they cook evenly, and cleanup is a breeze.
Here are 43 of my favorite crockpot camping recipes:
Camping slow cooker meals are a great way to have a hot, delicious, and easy meal without having to spend a lot of time cooking over a campfire.
This Crock Pot Blueberry French Toast recipe is one of my personal favorites.
It’s easy to make and the flavors are amazing.
The texture of the French toast is perfect – not too soggy, and the blueberries add a delicious sweetness.
You can prepare this dish the night before, so all you have to do in the morning is put it in the slow cooker and turn it on.
Here are a few tips for making this dish:
- If you’re using a fresh loaf of bread, cut it into 1-inch slices. If you’re using a day-old loaf, you can cut the slices a little thinner.
- I like to use a mixture of milk and cream for the custard, but you can use all milk if you prefer.
- You can add other fruit to the dish, such as raspberries or strawberries.
- If you want a little bit of a crunch, you can add some chopped nuts to the top of the dish before cooking.
This is a great option for an easy and delicious camping breakfast.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, especially when you’re camping!
This crockpot breakfast casserole is packed with flavor and easy to make.
Simply add eggs, bacon, sausage, and your favorite cheese to the crockpot, and let it cook overnight.
In the morning, you’ll have a delicious and hearty breakfast that will keep you going all day long.
If you’re RV camping, this breakfast casserole is a great option because it’s easy to prepare and doesn’t require any special ingredients.
Plus, it’s a great way to use up any leftover bacon or sausage.
And if you want to add a little something extra, try adding some diced potatoes or onions to the mix.
Quick crockpot camping meals are rarely as delicious as this easy banana bread recipe.
The bread comes out moist and flavorful, with a hint of sweetness from the ripe bananas.
It’s also incredibly easy to make, so it’s perfect for busy campers.
- To prepare, simply combine all of the ingredients in a bowl and mix well.
- Then, pour the batter into a greased and floured loaf pan.
- Place the pan in your crockpot and cook on low for six to eight hours.
One tip: if you want a more decadent banana bread, try adding a handful of chocolate chips to the batter before cooking.
They’ll melt into the bread, creating a delicious and gooey treat.
Serve with a dollop of whipped cream or a scoop of ice cream for an extra special treat.
This is one of my favorite camping meals for a crowd because it’s so easy to make and everyone loves caramel pecan sticky buns.
They’re also great for breakfast or as a dessert.
The buns are soft and fluffy, with a rich caramel flavor and a hint of pecans.
To make them, simply add all of the ingredients to your crock pot and let it cook.
I like to add a little twist by adding some chocolate chips to the batter.
You can also add other ingredients like chopped nuts, dried fruit, or spices.
Serve with a side of fresh fruit or yogurt for a complete meal.
If it happens to be cold outside and you’re looking for a delicious and easy recipe to make, I highly recommend this slow cooker beef vegetable noodle soup.
It’s packed with flavor, and the noodles add a great texture to the dish.
Plus, it’s pretty simple to prepare – just throw everything in the crockpot and let it do its thing.
Here are 3 tips for making this dish even better:
- If you’re using fresh vegetables (speaking of vegetables: check out these Vegetarian Slow Cooker Recipes), chop them up into smaller pieces so they cook evenly.
- Add some extra herbs and spices to taste.
- Try serving it with a side of bread or rolls.
And if you’re feeling adventurous, here’s a twist you can try: Add a can of diced tomatoes or tomato soup to the mix for an extra boost of flavor.
This tortellini sausage potato soup is hearty and filling, but still has a lightness to it that makes it perfect for a summer day.
The best part?
It’s easy to throw together, and can be tailored to your own taste.
I like to add a little bit of spice to mine, but you can leave out the red pepper flakes if you prefer.
I also like to add some chopped kale or spinach for extra greens, but that’s completely up to you.
The great thing about this soup is that it’s pretty forgiving – so if you want to add or subtract something, go for it!
As far as cooking tips go, I would recommend browning the sausage before adding it to the crockpot.
This will give it a little more flavor.
And if you’re using an RV or camp stove, make sure to keep the heat on low – you don’t want to overcook the tortellini.
I love wild rice soup, and this slow cooker chicken and wild rice soup recipe is one of my favorites.
It’s packed with flavor, and the chicken and wild rice blend together perfectly.
The soup is also fairly easy to make, and the texture is perfect for a camping trip.
To make this soup, simply combine chicken breasts, wild rice, vegetable broth, onion, celery, and carrots in a slow cooker.
Cook on low for 6-8 hours, or until the chicken is cooked through.
Season to taste with salt and pepper, and serve.
This soup is delicious as is, but you can also add other ingredients to give it a twist.
Try adding some chopped mushrooms, or substituting the chicken for beef or pork.
You can also add some diced potatoes for extra heartiness.
Serve this soup with a crusty loaf of bread and a side salad for a complete meal.
Loaded potato soup has been one of my family’s (speaking of family: check out these slow cooker recipes for toddlers) favorite camping recipes for years.
It’s hearty and flavorful, and relatively easy to make in a crockpot.
Just load up the pot with potatoes, cheese, bacon, and your favorite seasonings, and let it cook while you enjoy the great outdoors.
One of the best things about this recipe is that it’s very versatile.
You can add or omit ingredients to suit your taste, and it’s just as delicious whether you make it in an RV or at home.
If you’re camping in an RV, I recommend cooking the potatoes in advance and bringing them along in a cooler.
This will save you time and hassle when it’s time to make the soup.
No matter how you make it, loaded potato soup is always a hit.
Serve it with a side of bread or crackers for a complete meal, and enjoy!
Another soup? Yeah, I’m sorry, but hear me out on this one.
This crock-pot chicken noodle soup recipe is different.
It’s flavorful, easy to make, and perfect for a camping trip.
Plus, it’s a great way to use up any leftover chicken you might have.
To make this soup, simply combine chicken, noodles, vegetables, and chicken broth in a crockpot.
Set it on low and let it cook for 6-8 hours.
The soup will be nice and thick, with a great chicken flavor.
If you want, you can add some extra vegetables, herbs, or even rice to the soup.
Just make sure to add a little extra chicken broth if you do.
And if you’re feeling really adventurous, you can try adding a can of diced tomatoes or some hot sauce to the soup.
Here’s a meal that is guaranteed to satisfy even the youngest members of your camping crew.
Our four cheese mac and cheese is ooey, gooey, and packed with flavor.
And, it’s easy to prepare in your slow cooker.
Just combine all of the ingredients in your crockpot and let it do its thing.
In a few hours, you’ll have a hot and cheesy dish that everyone will love.
If you’re looking for a little extra something, you can top your mac and cheese with some chopped bacon or green onions.
Or, serve it with a side of steamed broccoli.
No matter how you enjoy it, this four cheese mac and cheese will be a hit on your next trip.
This dish is quite simple honestly, but it’s still delicious.
The lo mein noodles come out perfectly cooked and the flavor is amazing.
I also love how versatile this dish is- you can add any vegetables or protein you want, and it will still taste great.
Yes, you can even make lasagna in your crock pot!
This dish is delicious and easy to prepare, plus it’s a great way to feed a large group.
I like to add extra herbs and spices to my lasagna for extra flavor, and you can also add other ingredients like mushrooms or ground beef.
If you’re looking for a side dish, I recommend a simple salad or some garlic bread.
And for a twist, you can try making a dessert lasagna with chocolate and marshmallows.
What is it about us humans and stuffing things into other things?
We stuff our mattresses, our couches, and even our shell pasta.
And there’s something about the slow cooker that just makes stuffed shells even better.
The flavors have time to mingle and the cheese gets all melty and gooey.
This dish is definitely a crowd-pleaser, and it’s not too difficult to make, even when you’re camping.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- 1 package of jumbo shell pasta
- 1 jar of your favorite marinara sauce
- 1 tub of ricotta cheese
- 1 egg
- 1/2 cup of grated Parmesan cheese
- 1/2 teaspoon of salt
- 1/4 teaspoon of black pepper
- 2 cups of shredded mozzarella cheese
- To make the dish, start by cooking the pasta according to the package directions.
- Drain and set aside. In a bowl, mix together the ricotta, egg, Parmesan, salt, and pepper.
- Grease the bottom of your crockpot with cooking spray.
- Spread a layer of sauce on the bottom, then stuff each shell with the ricotta mixture.
- Place the stuffed shells in the crockpot, and top with the remaining sauce and mozzarella cheese.
- Cover and cook on low for 4-6 hours, or until the cheese is melted and bubbly.
- Serve with a side of garlic bread and a salad, and enjoy!
If you like pork that is sweet, flavorful, and easy to prepare, then you will love this crockpot cafe rio sweet pork recipe!
The pork is tender and juicy, with a slightly crispy outer layer.
The flavor is rich and savory, with a hint of sweetness.
To prepare this dish, simply brown the pork in a skillet and then add it to the crockpot with the other ingredients.
There is no need to precook the pork, as it will cook slowly and evenly in the crockpot.
The dish can be served as is, or with a side of rice or beans.
For a fun twist, try adding some chopped green chilies to the dish.
Speaking of pork, why not try pulled pork?
This dish is not only delicious, but easy to make.
Simply season your pork with salt, pepper, and your favorite BBQ sauce, then cook on low for 6-8 hours.
The result is juicy, flavorful pulled pork that’s perfect for sandwiches, tacos, or even on its own.
For an added twist, try adding some chopped onion, green pepper, and garlic to the mix.
You can also top your pulled pork with coleslaw, pickles, or any other favorite toppings.
And if you’re looking for a crockpot side dish for camping, try serving it with baked beans, corn on the cob, or potato salad.
If you’ve ever been to San Francisco, you know that the city is famous for its delicious food.
And, one of my personal favorite dishes from the Bay Area is the San Francisco chop.
This dish is incredibly flavorful, with a perfect balance of savory and sweet.
The chops themselves are tender and juicy, and the dish as a whole is relatively easy to prepare.
If you’re cooking for a large group, you can easily double or triple the recipe.
And, if you’re looking for a little extra flavor, you can try adding some other ingredients like mushrooms, onions, or garlic.
One of the best things about this dish is that it can be easily adapted to fit your own personal taste.
So, whether you like your food a little more on the sweet side or a little more savory, this dish is sure to please.
Asian cuisine has always impressed me with its unique flavors and fragrant ingredients.
One of my favorite dishes is slow cooker asian short ribs.
The ribs are cooked in a savory sauce made with soy sauce, rice wine, ginger, and garlic.
The result is a tender and juicy piece of meat that is full of flavor.
This dish is not difficult to make, but it does require a bit of prep work.
I recommend browning the ribs in a pan before adding them to the slow cooker.
This will help to lock in the flavor and create a nice crust on the outside of the meat.
I also recommend using bone-in ribs for this recipe, as they will add extra flavor to the dish.
The slow cooker does most of the work for this recipe, so you can sit back and relax while it does its job.
However, I do recommend checking on the ribs periodically to make sure they are not overcooking.
The ribs are done when they are tender and fall off the bone.
There are many different ways you can serve this dish.
I like to serve it over steamed rice with a side of sauteed vegetables.
You can also add a twist to this dish by adding some fresh herbs or other ingredients to the sauce.
Some other great sides to serve with this dish include roasted potatoes or a simple salad.
Is pie your thing?
Then you’ll love this crockpot beef shepherd’s pie recipe!
It’s packed with flavor, and the texture is perfect – not too mushy, and not too firm.
It’s also pretty easy to make, which is always a bonus when you’re camping.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- 1 pound ground beef
- 1 onion, diced
- 1 garlic clove, minced
- 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour
- 1 teaspoon dried thyme
- 1/2 cup beef broth
- 1 (14.5 ounce) can diced tomatoes, undrained
- 1 (10.75 ounce) can condensed cream of mushroom soup
- 1 1/2 cups frozen mixed vegetables
- To make it, simply brown the ground beef in a skillet over medium heat.
- Add the onion and garlic and cook until softened.
- Stir in the flour and thyme, then add the beef broth and diced tomatoes.
- Pour the mixture into a crockpot and stir in the cream of mushroom soup.
- Add the frozen mixed vegetables and stir.
- Cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours, or on high for 3-4 hours.
When it’s done, the beef will be tender and the vegetables will be cooked through.
Serve it up with some mashed potatoes, and you’ve got a delicious and hearty meal that everyone will love.
If there’s one thing that India knows how to do, it’s make chicken taste absolutely incredible.
Indian butter chicken is one of my personal favorite crockpot recipes, and it’s perfect for camping.
The chicken comes out incredibly flavorful and tender, and the sauce is absolutely delicious.
One of the great things about this recipe is that it’s not too difficult to make.
You simply throw all of the ingredients into the crockpot and let it do its thing.
The chicken will cook slowly and develop a beautiful flavor.
The texture of the chicken is also worth mentioning.
It’s incredibly tender and juicy, and the sauce is rich and creamy.
You can serve this chicken over rice or quinoa, and it’s also great with some naan bread.
The best crock pot camping recipes are the onest that are easy to make and packed with flavor.
This slow cooker creamy garlic chicken and veggies recipe is both of those things.
It’s also relatively low-maintenance, so you can spend more time enjoying the great outdoors.
And, it’s versatile too – if you want to add some extra herbs or spices, go for it.
Just know that this dish is delicious as is.
One of the reasons that people struggle with RV slow cooker recipes is that they try to cook the same foods they would at home.
This usually leads to disappointment because the flavors and textures just don’t work the same way when you’re cooking in a tiny space.
However, there are some recipes that are specifically designed for the slow cooker and work perfectly in an RV.
One of my personal favorites is the slow cooker chicken Caesar wraps.
The great thing about this recipe is that it’s packed with flavor, but it’s also relatively easy to make.
You just need to cook the chicken in the slow cooker with some Caesar dressing, and then wrap it up in a tortilla with some shredded lettuce.
The result is a delicious and satisfying meal that’s perfect for lunch or dinner.
If you’re looking for a little bit of a twist on this recipe, you can try adding some other ingredients to the wraps.
I like to add some grilled vegetables, or even some crumbled bacon.
You can also experiment with different types of tortillas.
If you’re feeling really adventurous, you can even try making your own Caesar dressing.
No matter how you make it, this recipe is a great option for a delicious and easy meal when you’re camping in your RV.
I know it sounds complicated, but trust me when I say this dish is worth the extra effort.
The shrimp boil is a delicious, hearty meal that is perfect for trips.
The shrimp is cooked in a flavorful broth with potatoes, corn, and sausage.
The dish is then finished with a buttery garlic sauce.
The difficulty level of this dish is moderate.
The shrimp only takes a few minutes to cook, but the potatoes and corn will take longer.
I suggest precooking the potatoes and corn before adding them to the slow cooker. This will help them to retain their texture and flavor.
- To prepare this dish, simply add the shrimp, potatoes, corn, and sausage to the slow cooker.
- Pour in the broth and season with Old Bay seasoning.
- Cook on low for 6-8 hours.
- Before serving, make the garlic sauce by melting butter in a pan and adding garlic.
- Pour the sauce over the shrimp boil and enjoy!
Here are 3 tips for making this dish while camping:
- Precook the potatoes and corn before adding them to the slow cooker. This will help them to retain their texture and flavor.
- Make the garlic sauce in a pan on the stove.
- Serve the shrimp boil with a side of rice or bread.
If fish is your thing and you’re lucky enough to be camping near a body of water, then I have the perfect crock pot recipe for you.
Maple salmon is not only delicious, but it’s also easy to make.
- Simply place the salmon fillets in the crock pot, skin side down, and cover with a Maple syrup glaze.
- Cook on low for 3-4 hours, or until the salmon is cooked through.
The great thing about this recipe is that it’s versatile.
If you’re not a fan of Maple syrup, you can substitute it with honey or brown sugar.
You can also add other ingredients to the mix, such as garlic, onion, or lemon.
And, if you’re feeling adventurous, you can even try cooking the salmon on a cedar plank.
As for side dishes, I would recommend something simple, like rice or quinoa.
And, if you’re looking to add some extra flavor, try adding some herbs or spices to the mix.
Rosemary, thyme, and dill all go well with salmon.
So, get creative and experiment with different flavors.
I had to include some desserts and this caramel cake is one of my favorites. It’s easy to make and so delicious.
The cake is moist and has a great flavor.
You can add other ingredients to the cake, like nuts or chocolate chips.
I also like to serve it with a scoop of ice cream.
If you like peaches and you like cake, then you’ll love this Crock-Pot Peach Dump Cake recipe!
It’s easy to make and the peaches give it a delicious, summery flavor.
The cake is moist and has a great texture – perfect for eating around the campfire!
- To make this dish, simply combine a can of peach pie filling with a box of yellow cake mix.
- Then dump it all into your Crock-Pot and cook on low for 4 hours.
If you’re RVing, this is a great dish to make ahead of time and then reheat later.
And if you’re looking for a little something extra, you can top the cake with ice cream or whipped cream.
Yes, you read that right. Root beer and baked beans together.
These are not your average baked beans, friends.
They are slow cooked in a crockpot with root beer, bacon, and a variety of other delicious ingredients to give them a unique and unforgettable flavor.
They’re also incredibly easy to make.
Simply mix everything together in the crockpot and let it cook for a few hours.
The result is a rich, creamy, and slightly sweet dish that is perfect for any camping trip (or any other time, really).
One of the best things about this dish is its versatility.
You can add other ingredients to give it a different flavor or texture.
For example, you could add some chopped onions or green peppers for a bit of crunch.
Or, if you want a heartier dish, you could add some ground beef or sausage.
You need something starchy for energy and to soak up all the amazing flavors of the outdoors.
These “campfire” potatoes are cooked in a slow cooker with foil packets of baby potatoes, onions, garlic, and herbs.
They get their name from being cooked over a campfire, but you can also cook them on a gas or charcoal grill.
These potatoes are the perfect side dish for any grilled meats or vegetables.
They have a great flavor from the onions and garlic, and the herbs add a nice touch.
The potatoes are cooked through, but still have a bit of a bite to them.
To make this dish, you will need:
- 1 1/2 pounds of baby potatoes
- 1/2 onion, chopped
- 3 cloves of garlic, minced
- 1 tablespoon of fresh rosemary, chopped
- 1 tablespoon of fresh thyme, chopped
- 1/4 teaspoon of salt
- 1/4 teaspoon of black pepper
- Preheat your grill, or build a campfire.
- In a large bowl, mix together the potatoes, onion, garlic, rosemary, thyme, salt, and pepper.
- Divide the mixture evenly between two pieces of foil.
- Fold up the foil around the potatoes, making sure to seal the edges well.
- Place the foil packets on the grill or campfire and cook for 25-30 minutes, or until the potatoes are cooked through.
- Carefully open the foil packets and enjoy!
You can also add other ingredients to the foil packets, such as carrots, mushrooms, or peppers.
For a little bit of a twist, you could try using sweet potatoes instead of baby potatoes.
And, if you’re looking for more side dish ideas, try serving these potatoes with grilled corn on the cob or a simple salad.
Don’t forget your veggies when you’re packing for a trip!
This easy, flavorful green bean casserole can be made in your crockpot, so all you have to do is throw it in and let it cook.
It’s a great side dish to any meal, and it’s packed with nutrients to keep you feeling your best while you’re enjoying the great outdoors.
- To make this dish, simply combine a can of green beans, a can of cream of mushroom soup, and a half cup of milk in your crockpot.
- Then, add in a cup of shredded cheese, some diced onion, and a tablespoon of soy sauce.
- Mix everything together, set the crockpot to low, and let it cook for four hours.
When it’s finished, you’ll have a rich, creamy casserole that’s full of flavor.
The beans will be tender but still have a little bite, and the cheese will be melted and bubbly.
If you want, you can top it with a little more cheese or some chopped green onions before serving.
This dish is easy to make, but it’s also pretty versatile.
If you want, you can add some other vegetables to the casserole, like diced carrots or sliced mushrooms.
Or, for a little bit of a crunch, you could top it with some chopped bacon or crumbled up crackers.
Whatever you decide to do, this dish is sure to be a hit with everyone at your campsite.
Nothing says camping like a good, old-fashioned baked potato.
And there’s no need to preheat the oven or even fire up the grill when you can cook them right in your crock pot.
All you need are some potatoes, butter, foil and a little bit of time.
I like to add a little garlic and onion powder to my potatoes for extra flavor, but you can really add whatever spices you like.
Just wrap them in foil, toss them in the crock pot and let them cook away.
In a few hours, you’ll have perfectly cooked potatoes that are fluffy on the inside and crispy on the outside.
One thing to keep in mind when cooking in an RV is that you may not have a lot of space to spare.
So, a crock pot is a great way to save space and still be able to cook a delicious meal.
Plus, it’s one less dish to wash!
If you’re looking for a side dish to go with your baked potatoes, I would recommend some roasted veggies or a simple salad.
And for a little something extra, top your potatoes with some shredded cheese or sour cream.
No matter what you do with shredded beef, it’s going to taste delicious.
That’s because this cut of meat is packed with flavor.
And, when you cook it in a slow cooker, the beef shreds easily, making it the perfect camping food.
Now, some people might say that cooking beef in a crockpot is too difficult.
But, I beg to differ.
If you have access to electricity, then all you need to do is set the slow cooker to low and let the beef cook for six to eight hours.
The slow cooker will do all the work for you.
When it comes to texture, shredded beef is tender and juicy.
And, because it’s been cooked in a flavorful broth, it’s also packed with flavor.
To prepare this dish, simply brown the beef in a pan, then add it to the slow cooker along with some beef broth and your favorite seasonings.
I like to add a bit of garlic and onion powder, as well as some salt and pepper.
If you’re RV camping, then you can easily prepare this dish ahead of time and then reheat it when you’re ready to eat.
And, if you’re cooking for a large group, you can easily double or triple the recipe.
Mexican cuisine has taught me a lot of things over the years.
One important lesson is that food tastes better when it’s cooked slowly.
That’s why I love this crock pot recipe for steak fajitas.
The flavor is amazing, and the texture is perfect.
The dish is not difficult to prepare, but there are a few tips I can share to make sure it turns out perfectly:
- First, make sure to use good quality steak. I like to use flank steak or skirt steak.
- Second, don’t skimp on the spices. I like to use a combination of cumin, chili powder, garlic powder, and paprika.
- Third, cook the steak on low for 6-8 hours, or until it is tender.
To make this dish extra special, I like to add a few other ingredients.
I add a can of black beans, a can of corn, and some chopped tomatoes.
I also like to add some chopped onions and peppers.
You can really add any other ingredients that you like.
Just be sure to add them at the beginning so they have time to cook.
This dish is perfect for camping because it is so easy to make.
Just throw everything in the crock pot and let it cook while you enjoy the great outdoors.
Serve with some tortillas and enjoy!
If you’ve ever been to a roast, you know how delicious prime rib can be.
What you may not know is that this dish is actually quite easy to make in a crockpot – and it’s the perfect dish to take camping.
The key to a good prime rib is all in the seasoning, so be sure to use plenty of salt, pepper, and garlic.
I like to add a few herbs as well, such as rosemary and thyme.
As for the cooking, you’ll want to set your crockpot to low and cook for about eight hours.
This will give you a nice, tender roast that’s full of flavor.
And if you’re worried about the fat content, don’t be – the fat will render down and you’ll be left with a delicious, juicy roast.
There are a few things to keep in mind when cooking in an RV, however:
- First, you’ll want to make sure your crockpot is big enough to accommodate the roast.
- Second, you’ll want to be sure to have enough propane to cook the roast all the way through.
- And finally, you’ll want to be sure to keep the crockpot covered so the juices don’t evaporate.
As for sides, I like to serve this roast with mashed potatoes, green beans, and a nice, crusty baguette.
And if you want to get really fancy, you can make a gravy out of the drippings.
Just be sure to add a little bit of flour to thicken it up.
So there you have it – a delicious, easy-to-make prime rib roast that’s perfect for camping.
Just be sure to follow the tips above and you’ll be sure to impress your camping buddies.
43 Easy Camping Crockpot Meals
- Crock Pot Blueberry French Toast
- Crockpot Breakfast Casserole
- Easy Crock Pot Banana Bread
- Crock Pot Caramel Pecan Sticky Buns
- Slow Cooker Beef Vegetable Noodle Soup
- Slow Cooker Tortellini Sausage Potato Soup
- Slow Cooker Chicken and Wild Rice Soup
- Slow Cooker Loaded Potato Soup
- Crock-Pot Chicken Noodle Soup
- Slow Cooker Four Cheese Mac and Cheese
- Slow Cooker Lo Mein
- Crock Pot Lasagna
- Crockpot Stuffed Shells
- Slow Cooker Cafe Rio Sweet Pork
- Slow Cooker Texas Pulled Pork
- San Francisco Chops in the Slow Cooker
- Slow Cooker Asian Short Ribs
- Crockpot Beef Shepherds Pie Recipe
- Slow Cooker Indian Butter Chicken
- Slow Cooker Creamy Garlic Chicken and Veggies
- Slow Cooker Chicken Caesar Wraps
- Slow Cooker Shrimp Boil
- Crock Pot Maple Salmon
- Slow Cooker Caramel Cake
- Crock-Pot Peach Dump Cake
- Slow Cooker Root Beer Baked Beans
- Slow Cooker "Campfire" Potatoes
- Slow Cooker Green Bean Casserole
- Crock Pot Baked Potatoes
- Slow Cooker Shredded Beef
- Crock Pot Steak Fajitas
- Slow-Cooker Prime Rib Roast
- Pick your favorite recipe from this list to serve during your camping trip.
- Prepare the ingredients according to the recipe.
- Enjoy in no time!