Tuesday, February 11, 2014

20 Easy and Amazing Chocolate Desserts in the Slow Cooker

20 Easy and Amazing Chocolate Desserts, made in the slow cooker!
20 Easy and Amazing Chocolate Desserts, made in the slow cooker!

It's Valentine's day and a lot of you are probably thinking about chocolate.  This year the big chocolate-eating day is on Friday, and if you're cooking at home I've got your covered for something chocolatey to end out the meal.  Here are 20 Easy and Amazing Chocolate Desserts to make in the Slow Cooker for Valentine's Day, or any time you want a dessert that you don't have to fuss over.  Just click the link under each photo to see the complete recipe on the original site.

from Mel's Kitchen Cafe


from 365 Days of Slow Cooking


from Eat at Home


from Lyn's Kitchen Adventures


from All Four Burners


from A Year of Slow Cooking


from 365 Days of Slow Cooking


from Skinny Ms.


from Six Sisters' Stuff


from Simple Nourished Living


from The Perfect Pantry


from All Four Burners


Slow Cooker Mexican Chocolate Bread Pudding
from Everyday Southwest


from A Year of Slow Cooking


from Skinny Ms


from 365 Days of Slow Cooking


from Simple Nourished Living


from Hello Little House


from A Year of Slow Cooking


from The Gracious Pantry


What's on the menu at your house for Valentine's Day?  If you're making something good using the slow cooker, share those links with us in the comments.

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2 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing one of my recipes -- one of the few desserts I've ever made in the slow cooker! I love some of the chocolate ideas here and I'm sure one of these recipes will find its way to my Valentine's Day table.

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  2. Lydia, they all look so good, don't they. I have only made apple crisp on the slow cooker, but i can tell I need to branch out!

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