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29 Summer Dinners You Can Make In The Crock Pot

Just set it and forget it.

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6. Cuban Shredded Beef

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This Cuban staple called ropa vieja is a slow-cooked mixture of tomato sauce, green chilis and a whole lot of spices. Serve it over rice and beans for a meal you'll want to make time and time again. Get the recipe.

7. Shrimp and Crab Bisque

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If your slow-cooker has a heat/sauté option, you can save the first few steps on the stove and make this hearty bisque completely in the Crock Pot. Get the recipe.


8. Chicken Caesar Sandwiches

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From the kids to the grandparents, there's no one who doesn't love a good old fashioned chicken Caesar sandwich. Toss this mixture into a pita or a wrap and call it lunch. Get the recipe.


14. Clam Chowder

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Transport yourself to a New England seafood shack over a bowl of this luscious chowder. Making it is as simple as tossing your ingredients into the slow cooker and waiting. Get the recipe.

17. Thai Steak Salad with Peanut Hoisin Sauce

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As if this boneless steak marinated in honey and soy sauce weren't flavorful enough, just wait until you try the sweet and savory peanut-ginger hoisin dressing. Get the recipe.


19. Eggplant Lasagna

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Juicy eggplant takes the place of lasagna noodles in this light and refreshing Italian dish. Baked with mozzarella and cottage cheese, it's still seriously cheesy. Get the recipe.

20. Salmon with Lemon and Dill

If you're afraid of cooking fish, this foolproof Crock Pot recipe is for you. All you need are five ingredients and five minutes of prep time for perfectly cooked salmon. Get the recipe.

22. Slow Cooker Stuffed Peppers

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This effortless meal is light enough to make all summer long, but satisfying enough to fill you up. Top these beef and brown rice stuffed peppers with a drizzle of sour cream or a dab of guacamole. Get the recipe.


26. Peach Crisp

This delicious summer dessert tastes like a cross between peach cobbler and oatmeal cookies...only you don't have to turn on the oven. Just don't forget the scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. Get the recipe.


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