I’m going to be honest with you: I love Mexican food.
In fact, it might be my favorite type of food.
And fortunately for me (and for you), there are a ton of amazing Mexican recipes that can easily be made in the crockpot.
Whether you’re looking for a slow cooker version of your favorite enchilada recipe or you want to try something new and exciting, I’ve got you covered.
So check out these 46 delicious Mexican Crockpot recipes and get cooking!
46 Best Mexican Crockpot Recipes
I’m a bit of a novice when it comes to Mexican cuisine, but I know that the best way to enjoy it is with a Crockpot!
With 46 different Mexican slow cooker recipes to choose from, you’re sure to find one that satisfies your cravings.
Here are the best Mexican crockpot recipes:
Mexican crockpot meals can be hard to come by, but this taco soup recipe is both delicious and easy to make.
The best part about it is that it can be tailored to your liking – add more or less spice, choose your favorite toppings, and so on.
I like to keep things simple by just topping mine with some shredded cheese and sour cream, but you can really get creative with this dish.
It’s perfect for a quick and easy weeknight meal, or for feeding a crowd at a party or potluck.
And if you’re looking to mix things up, you can also add other ingredients like black beans, corn, or diced avocado.
This list wouldn’t be complete without an enchilada recipe, and this one in particular is delicious and easy to make.
The best part about it is that you can add whatever ingredients you like, so it’s very versatile.
I usually add black beans, corn, and diced tomatoes, but you could also add chicken, ground beef, or even shrimp.
I like to serve this dish on busy weeknights or when I have company over, because it’s simple to make but always a hit.
If you’re looking for a crowd-pleasing Mexican dish, this enchilada stack is it.
Anything with cheese in the name is bound to be delicious, and this Cheesy Chicken Enchilada Soup is no different!
It’s got all the flavors of a classic chicken enchilada, but in a hearty soup form.
Plus, it’s super easy to make in the crockpot – just dump everything in and let it simmer away.
I like to serve this soup on chilly evenings or when I’m craving something hearty and comforting.
It’s also great for feeding a crowd, as you can easily double or triple the recipe.
And if you want to spice things up, you can always add a few extra ingredients like jalapeños, corn, or black beans.
Since chicken is so lean and doesn’t have a lot of fat, it can easily dry out and become tough when cooked.
That’s why this Slow Cooker Chicken Pozole recipe is the perfect way to prepare chicken breasts.
The chicken breasts cook slowly in the crockpot, resulting in juicy, flavorful, and fall-apart-tender meat.
This dish is also very easy to prepare.
Simply add all of the ingredients to the crockpot and let it do its work.
I like to serve this chicken pozole on chilly evenings or when I have guests over, as it’s sure to please everyone.
If you want to change up the recipe, you can easily add different veggies or even some shredded cheese on top.
If you’re a soup kind of person, this Slow Cooker Chicken Fajita Soup is a must-try.
It’s packed with flavor, and the chicken is so tender it practically melts in your mouth.
The best part?
It’s pretty darn easy to make.
I like to add a can of corn and some black beans to mine for extra substance, but you can really add whatever you like.
This soup is also great with some shredded cheese on top.
I like to serve it on cool evenings with a side of warm tortillas.
This is basically just a simple version of fajiitas that you cook in a crockpot instead of on the stove.
It’s easy and effortless, and the results are delicious.
The chicken comes out juicy and flavorful, and the vegetables are perfectly cooked.
I like to add a little bit of cumin and chili powder to the mix, but you can really add whatever spices you like.
This dish is perfect for a weeknight dinner or even a casual get-together with friends.
If you want to, you can also add some chopped onions and peppers to the crockpot, or even some corn or black beans.
Just make sure to adjust the cooking time accordingly.
This dish probably needs no introduction.
It’s a classic Italian dish that can be made in a million different ways.
The great thing about lasagna is that it’s easy to adapt to different flavors and ingredients.
This Crockpot Mexican Lasagna Stack Up is a delicious and easy way to change up your lasagna game.
The flavors of Mexican food are layered between sheets of lasagna noodles, making for a dish that’s packed with flavor.
And, because it’s made in the crockpot, it’s also super easy to prepare.
I like to serve this dish on busy weeknights or when I have friends over for dinner.
It’s easy to double (or triple) the recipe if you’re feeding a crowd, and there are always leftovers, which is always a bonus.
If you’re feeling adventurous, you can also add other ingredients to the dish, like ground beef, black beans, or corn.
Just mix and match until you find a combination that you love.
Pie, pie, pie, who doesn’t love pie? This Crockpot Tamale Pie is a delicious Mexican twist on the classic dish that is sure to please everyone at the table.
The best part is that it’s so easy to make, and you can even add in other ingredients to customize it to your liking.
I like to serve this Crockpot Tamale Pie on occasions where I know there will be a lot of people around (see also this post for Crockpot Recipes for Two), like potlucks or family gatherings.
It’s always a big hit, and it’s always one of the first things to disappear.
The great thing about this recipe is that it’s easily adaptable – if you want to add more spice, simply add in more chili powder.
Or, if you want to make it a little heartier, you can add in some ground beef.
Yes, this Mexican-inspired soup is seriously delicious, and it’s easy to make, too.
Just toss all of the ingredients into your crockpot and let it do its thing.
The result is a soup with amazing flavor and a perfect, comforting texture.
I like to serve this soup on chilly evenings or anytime I’m craving something hearty and satisfying.
And, if you want, you can add other ingredients like shredded chicken or cheese.
Just know that the soup is delicious as is and you really don’t need to add anything else.
Mexican crockpot meals are known for their rich, flavorful sauces, and this Slow Cooker Creamy Fiesta Chicken is no different.
The dish is easy to prepare, and the chicken comes out tender and juicy, with a creamy sauce that is full of flavor.
I like to serve this dish on special occasions, or when I have company, as it is always a hit.
You can also add other ingredients to the dish, such as black beans, corn, or diced tomatoes, to make it even more flavorful and hearty.
How about a big portion of Chile Verde Stew in the Slow Cooker for your next Mexican-inspired meal?
This flavor-packed dish is made with stewing beef, tomatillos, green chiles, and plenty of spices.
It’s easy to prepare and can be made in the slow cooker for added convenience.
I like to serve this Chile Verde Stew on special occasions, like when we have company over or when we’re hosting a big family gathering.
It’s also a great dish to make for a weeknight meal since it’s so hearty and filling.
If you want, you can add some additional ingredients to the stew, like corn, black beans, or diced tomatoes.
Just be sure to adjust the cooking time accordingly.
Have you ever taken a bite and thought to yourself, “this is amazing, I can’t believe how delicious this is?”
I’m talking about those moments where the flavors, textures, and overall experience of a dish come together perfectly.
For me, that’s what this Slow Cooker Refried Bean recipe is all about.
These beans have an amazing flavor, thanks to the addition of smoked paprika, cumin, and chili powder.
And they’re incredibly easy to make, which is always a bonus.
The texture is perfect – creamy and smooth, with just the right amount of bite.
I like to serve them as a side dish, but they would also be great as a main course served with some rice and chopped onion on top.
If you’re looking for a bit of extra flavor, you could try adding some shredded cheese to the beans before serving.
Or, for a bit of a crunch, you could top them with some chopped green onions or diced tomatoes.
Either way, I think you’ll find that this is a dish that you’ll want to make again and again.
Meatballs are small, round, bite-sized balls of meat that are cooked in a variety of ways.
They can be cooked in a sauce, baked, fried, or cooked in a crockpot.
Crockpot Mexican Meatballs are a delicious and easy way to enjoy this dish.
The balls are usually made from ground beef, pork, or lamb, and are flavored with a variety of spices.
In this recipe, the balls are cooked in a chipotle sauce, which gives them a delicious smoky flavor.
The sauce is also made with tomatoes, onions, and garlic, which give it a lot of depth of flavor.
The balls can be served as an appetizer, main dish, or side dish.
They are perfect for a party or potluck, and can be served with rice, potatoes, or bread.
You can also add other ingredients to the balls, such as cheese, vegetables, or herbs.
Crockpot Chile Relleno Dip
I had not even heard of this recipe before I started looking on Pinterest for Mexican crockpot recipes.
Chile Relleno is a dish made of roasted poblano peppers stuffed with cheese and often meat, then dipped in an egg batter and fried.
This Crockpot Chile Relleno Dip is a deconstructed, easier version that still has all the flavor.
It is perfect for a party because it can be made ahead of time and kept warm in the crockpot.
The hardest part of this dish is roasting the peppers, which can be done ahead of time.
I like to add some chopped onions and garlic to the pepper mixture, as well as some cumin and chili powder for extra flavor.
You could also add some cooked ground beef or chicken to make it a heartier dish.
Serve it with tortilla chips, and enjoy!
Although this recipe isn’t as popular as some of the others out there, I think it’s a delicious Mexican crockpot recipe that you should try.
The Caldo de Pollo has a great flavor, and the difficulty level is not too bad.
The texture is also perfect, and the preparation tips are very helpful.
I like to serve this dish on special occasions, and other ingredients you can add include carrots, celery, and potatoes.
If you haven’t been to a Mexican restaurant before, you’re missing out on some of the best food there is.
And if you have been to one, you know how much work goes into making a dish like picadillo.
But what if I told you there was a way to get all that flavor without having to slave over a hot stove?
That’s where this Slow Cooker Mexican Picadillo Recipe comes in.
It’s got all the flavor of a traditional picadillo, but it’s so much easier to make.
Just throw all the ingredients into your crock pot and let it do its thing.
The best part about this recipe is that it’s so versatile.
You can add whatever other ingredients you like and make it your own.
I like to add a bit of chopped onion and green pepper to mine, but you could also add some mushrooms, zucchini, or even broccoli.
And if you’re looking for a bit more of a kick, you could always add some jalapeños.
This dish is perfect for any occasion, from a casual family dinner to a more formal dinner party.
And it’s sure to please everyone, no matter what their dietary restrictions are.
Ah, salsa. Is there anything more delicious?
This Slow Cooker Salsa recipe is the perfect blend of flavorful and easy-to-make.
The best part?
It can be tailored to your liking.
Want it spicier? Add more peppers.
Prefer it chunkier? Throw in some extra tomatoes.
I like to make this dish for parties or potlucks because it’s always a hit.
People are always surprised at how good it is, considering how easy it is to make.
If you’re looking for a dish to impress, this is it.
And trust me, it’s not as difficult as it looks.
Just throw everything in the crockpot and let it do its thing.
In a crock pot?
Yep, it’s a thing, and it’s delicious.
This rich, thick, and flavorful Mexican Hot Chocolate is the perfect winter warmer.
It’s not too sweet, and has just the right amount of spice.
I like to make this recipe on a weekend, when I have more time to let it simmer.
But it’s also easy enough to throw together on a weeknight.
The key is to let it simmer for a while, so the flavors can really meld together.
I like to serve this hot chocolate with a dollop of whipped cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon.
But you could also add a shot of espresso, or even some tequila, for a real grown-up twist.
Pulled pork has become popular in many countries around the world, and for good reason!
It’s flavorful, relatively easy to make, and can be served in a variety of ways.
Carnitas is a Mexican-style pulled pork that is traditionally slow-cooked in lard.
This gives the pork a unique flavor and texture that is both rich and moist.
While carnitas can be a bit of a labor of love, the end result is well worth it.
I like to serve mine with fresh tortillas, salsa, and guacamole.
You can also add other ingredients like beans, rice, or vegetables.
For a twist, try adding some chopped pineapple or other fruit to the carnitas before serving.
Now, before skipping this recipe because you think it’s “too difficult,” let me assure you, it’s not!
In fact, it’s one of the easiest Mexican recipes you’ll ever make.
The shredded beef comes out incredibly flavorful, and the texture is perfect.
Here are a few tips to make sure your dish comes out perfect:
- If you’re using a crock pot, set it to low and cook for 6-8 hours.
- If you’re using an Instant Pot, set it to pressure cook on high for 60 minutes.
- Make sure to use a good quality beef broth. I like to use beef bone broth for added flavor.
- Add a tablespoon of chili powder for a little bit of heat.
- If you want a little bit of sweetness, add a tablespoon of honey.
- I like to serve this dish over rice, but you could also serve it with tortillas or chips.
There are so many ways you can customize this dish to make it your own.
But trust me, even if you make it exactly as I’ve described here, it will be delicious!
Shredded chicken is something my family enjoys often in our Mexican dishes.
I love how easy it is to prepare in the crockpot, and the flavor is always on point.
The chicken comes out nice and moist, with a perfect shred.
I always add a little bit of lime juice and cilantro to brighten up the dish, but you could also add other ingredients like onions, peppers, and garlic.
This dish is perfect for a weeknight meal, but could also be dressed up for guests.
To make it a little more special, I like to serve it with homemade tortillas and a simple avocado salsa.
Now, why not put some of that shredded chicken in a taco?
These Slow Cooker Shredded Chicken Tacos are an easy and delicious meal that the whole family will love.
The chicken is cooked in the crockpot with a few simple seasonings, then shredded and placed in soft tortillas.
I like to top mine with shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes, and a little bit of sour cream.
You could also add avocado, cheese, or any other toppings you like.
If you want a little bit of a kick, you could try adding some diced jalapeños.
This dish is perfect for a weeknight dinner, and can easily be made ahead of time.
Simply cook the chicken in the crockpot, then shred and store in the fridge.
When you’re ready to eat, just assemble the tacos and enjoy!
Sometimes, you just don’t want a ton of ingredients in your meal.
This 6-ingredient slow cooker enchilada chicken is the perfect solution.
It’s packed with flavor, but is still relatively easy to make.
I like to serve this dish on nights when I don’t want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen.
It’s also great for when you’re entertaining guests.
The chicken comes out nice and tender, and the sauce is perfect for dipping.
If you want, you can add some additional ingredients to the dish.
I sometimes like to add a can of black beans. You could also add some chopped onions or green peppers.
For a bit of a twist, you could try using different types of enchilada sauce.
I bet you’re thinking, “That sounds delicious, but how on earth do you make it in a crockpot?”
Well, let me tell you, it’s not as difficult as you might think.
And the results are definitely worth it.
This recipe is packed with flavor, thanks to the BBQ sauce, onion, and garlic.
And it’s nice and easy to make, which is always a bonus.
The chicken comes out nice and tender, with a great BBQ flavor.
I like to serve this dish on special occasions, like game day or when we have friends over for dinner.
But it’s also perfect for a weeknight meal.
And if you’re feeling adventurous, you can always add some other ingredients to the mix.
Try adding some chopped veggies, or even some bacon.
Trust me, it’s delicious.
I don’t have much to say about this simple but delicious crockpot Mexican chicken recipe, except that you should definitely try it!
The chicken comes out flavorful and tender, and the dish is easy to prepare.
I like to serve it over rice or quinoa, with a side of sautéed veggies.
You could also add some black beans to the crockpot, or top the chicken with avocado slices or shredded cheese.
For a little extra flavor, try adding a tablespoon or two of chili powder to the crockpot.
I still remember the first time my mom made cochinita pibil for me.
I was in college, and she came to visit me for a weekend.
I was so excited to finally get to try her famous dish.
The cochinita pibil tacos were everything I hoped for and more.
They were so flavorful, and the pork was so tender. I was surprised at how easy they were to make, too.
Since then, I’ve made cochinita pibil tacos for many different occasions.
They’re always a hit, no matter who I’m serving them to.
I don’t know about you or your family, but we LOVE Mexican food in our house!
One of our favorite recipes is crock pot Birria tacos.
They are so flavorful and the perfect mix of tender and crispy.
The best part is, they’re actually pretty easy to make!
To jazz it up, we like to add a variety of toppings, like sour cream, cheese, and avocado.
You can really add whatever you like, though.
Another great thing about this recipe is that it’s pretty versatile.
If you want to make it a little more hearty, you can add some rice or beans.
It’s really up to you!
This casserole can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
It’s a great dish to take to a potluck because it’s hearty and filling, and can easily be made ahead of time.
The best part about this recipe is that it’s packed with flavor, but isn’t too difficult to make.
I like to add a bit of chopped green chilies to the casserole for a bit of a spicy kick.
You could also add some shredded cheese on top, or even some chopped onions.
If you’re looking for a heartier dish, you could add some ground beef or chicken to the mix.
This casserole is a great way to use up leftover rice, or you could even make it ahead of time and reheat it later.
It’s a versatile dish that can be easily customized to your liking.
Street tacos and tacos actually aren’t the same thing.
Street tacos are smaller, and they’re made with soft tortillas.
They’re also usually served with just meat and cilantro, without all the other toppings you might find on a taco.
As for the flavor, it’s all about the meat.
I like to use a skirt steak or flank steak for my street tacos, but you could also use chicken, pork, or even shrimp.
The difficulty level of this dish is pretty easy.
The only thing that might take some time is marinating the meat, but other than that, it’s just a matter of cooking the meat and assembling the tacos.
The texture is going to be mostly determined by the meat you use.
If you use a skirt or flank steak, it’s going to be a little chewy.
Chicken and pork will be more tender, and shrimp will be the most tender of all.
As for preparation tips, I would recommend marinating the meat for at least a couple of hours, or even overnight.
This will help to tenderize the meat and give it lots of flavor.
When you’re ready to cook, just put everything in the slow cooker and let it do its thing.
I like to serve these tacos with a simple salsa or guacamole, and maybe some sour cream.
They’re also great with a little bit of lime juice squeezed over them.
If you want to change things up, you could try using a different kind of meat.
I’ve used chicken, pork, and shrimp in my street tacos, and they’ve all been delicious.
You could also add some other toppings to the tacos, like cheese, lettuce, or tomatoes.
And if you’re feeling really adventurous, you could try making your own tortillas.
These famous beans are often served as a side dish in Mexico, but they can also be enjoyed as a main course or as part of a larger feast.
The key to their delicious flavor is in the slow cooking process, which allows all of the spices and aromatics to infuse into the beans.
There are different ways you can prepare these beans, but I find the easiest way is in a crockpot.
Simply add all of the ingredients to the pot and let it cook on low for 6-8 hours.
The beans will become nice and tender, and they will absorb all of the flavors from the other ingredients.
One of the best things about this dish is that it is very versatile.
You can add other ingredients to the pot, such as chopped tomatoes, corn, or chiles.
You can also change up the spices to suit your taste.
I like to add a little cumin and chili powder to mine.
If you want to make a heartier meal out of this, you can serve the beans over rice or quinoa.
You can also add some shredded cheese on top.
Whatever you do, I guarantee that you will love these flavorful and satisfying beans.
Yes, even though it may seem like a lot of work, making barbacoa at home is not only possible, but also delicious!
The key is to get the right mix of spices, and to cook the beef slowly so that it retains all its juices.
I like to serve this dish on special occasions, or when I have friends over for dinner.
It is also a great dish to take to potlucks or picnics.
To add a bit of extra flavor, you can try adding some chopped onions, garlic, or cilantro to the beef before cooking it.
For a bit of a twist, you can also add a can of chipotles in adobo sauce.
This will give the dish a bit of a kick.
Mexican rice, Spanish rice, or arroz rojo is a delicious, flavor-packed dish that is perfect for any Mexican-inspired meal.
It is simple to make, and can be easily customized to your liking.
I like to make my Mexican rice in the slow cooker, as it cooks evenly and comes out perfectly fluffy every time.
To make it, simply add rice, tomatoes, onions, garlic, chicken broth, and spices to your slow cooker and let it do its thing.
One of the great things about this dish is that it can be customized to your liking.
Feel free to add in other ingredients like black beans, corn, or peppers.
You can also switch up the spices to suit your taste.
I like to add a little bit of cumin and chili powder to mine for an extra kick.
This dish is perfect for serving at parties or large gatherings, as it can be easily made in advance and kept warm in the slow cooker.
It also reheats well, so leftovers are never a problem.
Since soup can be so versatile, I think a green enchilada chicken soup would be perfect for those chilly nights.
This dish is not only delicious, but it’s also relatively easy to make.
The chicken soup is packed with flavor and has a great texture.
I like to add a little bit of sour cream to mine, but you could also add some shredded cheese, diced avocado, or even some chopped cilantro.
This soup is perfect for a weeknight meal or even for entertaining.
If you’re looking for a little something different, you could try adding some chopped jalapeño peppers to the soup.
Yes, cream cheese is not only used in American food.
It also has a place in Mexican cuisine!
This rich and creamy chicken dish is full of flavor, and relatively easy to prepare.
The chicken breasts come out incredibly tender, and the sauce is simply delicious.
I like to serve this dish on nights when I want something a little more special than your average weeknight meal.
It’s also great for entertaining, as it can be made ahead of time and then just reheated before serving.
If you want to give the dish a little extra flavor, try adding some chopped green chilies to the sauce.
You could also top it with some shredded cheese and/or sour cream before serving.
Chicken and rice is usually what fitness enthusiasts would call a “clean” meal.
It’s not very high in fat or calories, and it’s packed with protein.
But that doesn’t mean it can’t be delicious!
This slow cooker Mexican chicken and rice recipe is full of flavor, and the rice comes out perfectly cooked every time.
This dish is also very easy to prepare.
Simply add all of the ingredients to the slow cooker and let it do its work.
I like to serve this dish on busy weeknights or when I have company over, as it’s always a hit.
You can also experiment with other ingredients, such as adding black beans or corn.
And for a little extra flavor, try using fire-roasted tomatoes instead of regular diced tomatoes.
Grab your chicken! Grab your spices!
It’s time to get cooking with this delicious slow cooker Mexican chicken casserole recipe.
This dish is full of amazing flavor, and the best part is that it’s not too difficult to make.
You’ll love the creamy, cheesy texture of this casserole, and the preparation is pretty simple.
Just throw everything into the slow cooker and let it do its thing!
I like to serve this dish on occasions when I know I’ll be pretty busy and won’t have time to cook a big meal.
It’s also great for feeding a crowd.
You can add some extra veggies to the casserole if you like, or even switch up the chicken for another protein.
And if you’re feeling a little adventurous, you can try adding a different cheese to the mix.
There’s a big difference between authentic pork carnitas and the imitation versions you’ll find at most Mexican restaurants.
If you’ve never had the real deal, you’re in for a treat!
These carnitas are melt-in-your-mouth tender, with a deep, rich flavor that comes from slow-cooking the pork in its own fat.
Don’t be intimidated by the long cooking time – this dish is actually quite easy to make.
Once you’ve browned the pork, all you need to do is let it simmer away in the crockpot until it’s ready.
I like to serve carnitas on soft flour tortillas, topped with a little fresh salsa and a squeeze of lime.
If you want to give your carnitas an extra flavor boost, try adding a few cloves of garlic or a teaspoon of cumin to the cooking liquid.
And for a fun twist, try serving carnitas tacos with a pineapple salsa.
Pork tenderloin is usually used in tacos, and it’s a delicious Mexican recipe that’s not too difficult to make.
The pork is usually cooked with onions and garlic, and it has a great flavor.
The texture of the pork is also important, and it should be tender and juicy.
If you’re making tacos, you can also add other ingredients like cheese, lettuce, and tomatoes.
You can also make a twist on this dish by adding some chipotle peppers to the pork while it’s cooking.
This dish is perfect for parties or large gatherings.
If you love beef, and you love burritos, then you’ll love this delicious Mexican Crockpot recipe.
The beef is cooked to perfection, and the burritos are packed with flavor.
The dish is easy to prepare, and is perfect for any occasion.
You can also add other ingredients to the dish, such as cheese, sour cream, or salsa.
For a twist, you can try adding a bit of cumin to the beef before cooking.
Slow Cooker Chuck Roast Tacos
The difference between chuck roast tacos and other tacos is the flavor.
Chuck roast is a tougher cut of meat, so it requires a longer cooking time to become tender.
This also means that it absorbs flavors well, making it the perfect candidate for a flavorful taco filling.
I like to add a variety of spices to my chuck roast tacos, including chili powder, cumin, garlic powder, and smoked paprika.
I find that these spices give the meat a deep, rich flavor that is perfect for tacos.
To make the tacos, I simply slow cook the chuck roast in a crockpot with the spices and some beef broth.
Once the meat is cooked, I shred it and then assemble the tacos with my favorite toppings.
I like to serve these tacos on soft tortillas with shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes, and sour cream.
They are also great with a side of rice and beans.
If you want to try something a little different, you can add some chopped chipotle peppers to the beef before cooking.
This will give the tacos a smoky, spicy flavor that is irresistible.
Mexican lasagna is different from regular lasagna in a few key ways.
- First, it uses corn tortillas instead of noodles. This gives it a lighter, more delicate flavor.
- Second, it is usually made with a red enchilada sauce, which gives it a bit of a kick.
- Finally, it is often made with ground beef, but you could also use shredded chicken.
This dish is not difficult to make, but it does require a bit of time to assemble.
I like to make it on weekends when I have more time to cook.
You can also make it ahead of time and reheat it later.
The tortillas can sometimes get a little soggy, so I like to put them in the microwave for a few seconds before adding them to the dish.
This helps them to keep their shape and not fall apart.
There are a few other ingredients you can add to this dish to change it up.
For example, you could add some chopped green onions or diced tomatoes.
You could also make a vegetarian version by leaving out the meat and adding more vegetables.
Finally, you could make a spicy version by using a hot enchilada sauce.
I know I’ve mentioned tacos a couple of times on this list, but lamb meat just lends itself so well to Mexican spices.
And these Slow Roasted Lamb Tacos are no different – they’re absolutely delicious.
The lamb is slow-roasted with a blend of chili powder, cumin, smoked paprika, and garlic, resulting in a flavor that is simply out of this world.
The tacos are then topped with a simple cabbage slaw and a creamy cilantro lime sauce, making them the perfect meal for any occasion.
If you’re feeling adventurous, you can even add a few other ingredients to the mix, like chopped onions, diced tomatoes, or even some crumbled feta cheese.
And if you really want to spice things up, try using ground lamb instead of the slow-roasted variety.
Pork in a stew?
Yep, and it’s delicious!
This Crock-Pot Mexican Pork Stew Recipe is full of flavor, and the pork is so tender it melts in your mouth.
The dish is not difficult to make, and the texture is amazing.
I like to serve this dish on special occasions, like when we have company for dinner.
It’s also great for a weekday meal, because it’s so easy to prepare.
You can add other ingredients to the stew, like carrots or potatoes, and they will absorb all the delicious flavors.
For a twist on this dish, you can try using pork tenderloin instead of pork shoulder.
The tenderloin will cook faster, so you’ll need to adjust the cooking time.
But it’s worth it, because the tenderloin is so juicy and flavorful.
Chicken mole is known for being a rich, flavorful dish, and this slow cooker version does not disappoint.
The chicken comes out tender and juicy, and the mole sauce is packed with complex flavor.
While the dish does take some time to prepare, it is well worth the effort.
I like to serve chicken mole on special occasions, or when I have guests over for dinner.
It pairs well with rice and beans, and a simple green salad.
You can also add other ingredients to the dish, such as chopped onions or garlic, to give it more depth of flavor.
For a twist, you can try using different types of mole sauce.
If you love nachos, you’ll love this delicious nacho chicken dip!
It’s packed with flavor, and the chicken is so tender it practically melts in your mouth.
The best part is, it’s easy to make!
Just throw everything in the crock pot and let it cook.
I like to serve this dish at parties, or anytime I have company over.
It’s always a hit!
You can add other ingredients to the dip, like black beans, corn, or diced tomatoes.
Or, for a twist, try using ground turkey instead of chicken.
Mexican street corn are often grilled or roasted, but this slow cooker casserole gives the dish a delicious twist.
The corn is cooked in a creamy cheese sauce, making it rich and flavorful.
While the dish is fairly easy to make, there are a few tips to follow to ensure the perfect texture.
- Firstly, be sure to cook the corn on high heat to get that slightly charred flavor.
- Secondly, add the corn to the cheese sauce gradually, stirring well between each addition. This will help to thicken the sauce and prevent the corn from becoming mushy.
- Finally, don’t be afraid to experiment with other ingredients. I like to add a bit of diced jalapeno for a bit of heat, but you could also add diced green chilies or even crumbled bacon.
Serve this casserole on its own or with a side of rice and beans for a complete meal.
46 Best Mexican Crockpot Recipes
- Easy Crockpot Taco Soup Recipe
- Slow Cooker Enchilada Stack
- Cheesy Chicken Enchilada Soup
- Slow Cooker Chicken Pozole
- Slow Cooker Chicken Fajita Soup
- Crockpot Chicken Fajitas
- Crockpot Mexican Lasagna Stack Up
- Crockpot Tamale Pie
- Crockpot Tortilla Soup
- Slow Cooker Creamy Fiesta Chicken
- Chile Verde Stew in the Slow Cooker
- Slow Cooker Refried Beans
- Crockpot Mexican Meatballs in Chipotle Sauce
- Crockpot Chile Relleno Dip
- Slow Cooker Caldo de Pollo
- Slow Cooker Mexican Picadillo Recipe
- Slow Cooker Salsa
- Mexican Hot Chocolate
- Carnitas (Mexican Slow Cooker Pulled Pork)
- Mexican Shredded Beef (Easy, Crock Pot or Instant Pot Recipe)
- Slow Cooker Shredded Mexican Chicken
- Slow Cooker Shredded Chicken Tacos Recipe
- 6-Ingredient Slow Cooker Enchilada Chicken
- Slow Cooker BBQ Chicken
- Crockpot Mexican Chicken
- Slow Cooker Cochinita Pibil Tacos (Yucatan Pulled Pork)
- Crock Pot Birria Tacos Recipe
- Crockpot Mexican Casserole
- Slow Cooker Street Tacos
- Slow Cooker Mexican Pinto Beans
- Slow Cooker Beef Barbacoa
- Slow Cooker Mexican Rice (Spanish Rice)
- Green Enchiladas Chicken Soup
- Crockpot Cream Cheese Mexican Chicken
- Slow Cooker Mexican Chicken and Rice
- Slow Cooker Mexican Chicken Casserole
- Authentic Pork Carnitas
- Pork Tenderloin for Tacos in the Crock Pot
- Slow Cooker Beef Burritos
- Slow Cooker Chuck Roast Tacos
- Slow Cooker Mexican Lasagna
- Slow Roasted Lamb Tacos
- Crock-Pot Mexican Pork Stew Recipe
- Slow Cooker Chicken Mole
- Crock Pot Nacho Chicken Dip
- Slow Cooker Mexican Street Corn Casserole
- Pick your favorite recipe from this list to serve for dinner.
- Prepare the ingredients according to the recipe.
- Enjoy in no time!