CrockPot Low Country Boil from Family Fresh Meals is a classic summer meal that’s made a bit more convenient using the slow cooker. Be sure to spread newspapers out on the table like they do in the low country!
This CrockPot Low Country Boil from Family Fresh Meals has to be one of the most fun-to-eat meals you could make in the crockpot! If you’ve never experienced a “boil” before, it’s a Louisiana-style meal where corn, shrimp, potatoes and sausage are cooked together and then served on a newspaper covered table. In this recipe it’s all cooked together in your slow cooker, making an easy meal even easier! Does it really get any better than that for a Summer Dinner?
CrockPot Low Country Boil sounds like a perfect recipe for a party this summer with family or friends. Just make sure you have lots of newspaper, shrimp sauce, and lemons and you’re all set to have a blast!
Ingredients for this CrockPot Recipe:
- small red potatoes
- beer or broth
- Old Bay Seasoning
- clove garlic
- kielbasa sausage
- cobs of corn
- uncooked large shrimp
- Optional: cocktail sauce, fresh lemon, Cajun seasoning
Get complete instructions for CrockPot Low Country Boil from Family Fresh Meals
Recommended Slow Cooker Size:
Corey recommends a 6 or 7 Quart Slow Cooker for this recipe.
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