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Desserts You Can Make In Your Crock-Pot

Slow cookers can make more than just yummy dinners. Give one of these treats a try.


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Who has time to make complicated desserts? Not us. But if we can throw a bunch of stuff in our Crock-Pot before we leave the house, our kids might have a chance at eating something really delicious. And these are guaranteed to impress the next time you have to bring something to a potluck.

 

Hot Fudge Peanut Butter Pudding Cake

Hot fudge. Peanut butter. Pudding. Cake. There are a whole lot of reasons that we love this one. Pair this ooey-gooey treat with some vanilla ice cream for any special occasion, or just a Wednesday.

For the complete recipe: Mel's Kitchen Cafe 

 

Crock-Pot Cheesecake

If the idea of cheesecake seen overly complicated, try this one, where you basically set it and forget it. Just think of the light and fluffy goodness you can have. We'd recommend topping with some strawberries and maybe hot fudge.

For the complete recipe: Crock Pot Ladies 

 

Banana Nutella Bread

Tired of plain old banana bread? Put those brown bananas to better use with this Nutella infused concoction. And yes, you have to share with the kids.

For the complete recipe: 365 Days of Crockpot 

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