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22 Super Slow Cooker Dessert Recipes

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If desserts aren't something you're used to making in your slow cooker, then you've gotta try one of these scrumptious recipes! These slow-cooked delights will open your eyes to delicious desserts made in a slow cooker. Slow cooker desserts are super easy, making them ideal for any occasion whether it's for a crowd or your own crew at home. The hardest part will be deciding which recipe to choose!


Bread Pudding & Pudding Cake
Rocky Road Pudding Cake   Imagine making an old-fashioned bread pudding in a slow cooker! Talk about an easy way to make a from-scratch favorite, even when you're busy. Or try our heavenly twist on slow cooker desserts: pudding cake, which combines two of our favorites in one!
Brownie Cream Cheese Pudding Cake Chocolate Candy Bar Bread Pudding
Rocky Road Pudding Cake Cinnamon-Raisin Bread Pudding
Slow Cooker Apple Bread Pudding Chocolate Coconut Bread Pudding
Chocolatey Treats
Peanut Butter Chocolate Delight   For chocoholics, the slow cooker is just another avenue toward a rich, decadent end: sinful chocolate desserts! From brownie sundaes to crunchy candies, these easy slow cooker recipes are pure slow cookin' magic.
Chocolate-and-Peppermint-Coated Pretzels Crunchy Peanut Butter and Chocolate Candies
Warm Brownie Sundaes Crispy Chocolate Chip Treats
S'mores Fondue Slow Cooker Brownies
Triple Chocolate Mess Peanut Butter Chocolate Delight
Fudgy S'more Cake  
Fruity Favorites: Cobblers, Crisps & More
Slow Cooker Apple Bread Pudding   Enjoy fruit-filled desserts all year 'round with these sensational slow cooker recipes. Use fresh fruit when in season, or frozen fruit in the off-season for the same fruit-tastic results. From cobbler to dumplings, these treats are sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.
Blueberries 'n' Dumplings Cherry Vanilla Macadamia Nut Clusters
Saucy Apples 'n' Pears Fruity Rice Pudding
Apple Pecan Crisp Apple Crunch Cobbler
Slow Cooker Apple Bread Pudding  


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I am really enjoying this website. So many easy recipes. Just love it !! Judi

also what is great is apple or peach pie filling with spice cake....pour in filling cover with spice cake mix and drizzle with one cup melted butter.....wonderful with ice cream and a little carmel sauce......what do you say "ooh it's so good!!"

sens me reciepe for pumpkin dump cake

oops- forgot to mention, you gotta bake the "pumpkin dump cake" at 350' for an hour!

can you send me the recipe for the pumpkin dump cake. I would like to make it for my boys as they love pumpkin. Thank You

WOW!!! Just made the Pumpkin Dump Cake for supper. Incredibly easy and so delicious! Thank you for sharing your recipe. I'll definitely make this again - Soon!!!

could you share the pumpkin dump cake recipe with me?

I asked for the recipe for making "crisP" as I had always heard of using cake mix and butter for the "crisp" part..whatever the fruit , ie: cherry, apple,,,etc. all I got was a recipe for apple crisp

It sounds like you are describing a "dump cake." To make this you would just dump a can of fruit into the bottom of a greased glass pan and then sprinkle a corresponding flavor of cake over it then drizzle with a cup of butter over the top. Bake till golden brown. Some combinations I've enjoyed are cherries with chocolate cake, pineapples and marichino cherries with yellow cake, or blackberries with white cake.

One very delicious recipe: make filling for pumpkin pie, but pour the batter into a 9 x 13" pan sprayed with non-stick spray. "Dump" a box of dry yellow cake mix on top, spread evenly, then drizzle 1 stick melted margarine (or butter) on top of the cake mix, then sprinkle on about a cup of chopped walnuts. This was always a big hit when I took this into work- it wouldn't last til lunch hour!

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