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Dessert can be easy too with these set-it-and-forget-it recipes

Fill your house with the scent of freshly baked cake!

You already know your crock pot is a great way to make an easy slow-cooked dinner, but what about dessert? The crock pot is also a convenient way to make baked fruit desserts, cakes, and custards. If you’re looking for some easy dessert recipes, try the crock pot.

If you like cake, try this tangy cranberry crock pot cake. The ingredients are mixed like any other cake but then they’re cooked for three hours in your crock pot leaving your oven free for whatever you need to bake for dinner.

Who doesn’t love Nutella? This crock pot Nutella pudding cake is decadent, delicious, and perfect with vanilla ice cream. Or better yet, with coconut ice cream. If you're having company, double the recipe.

Use your slow cooker to make a delicious fruit cobbler. Whether you use peaches or a mix of berries, this dessert will turn out perfect every time.

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Kristie Collado is The Daily Meal’s Cook Editor. Follow her on Twitter @KColladoCook.


An easy way to make rice pudding. It calls for white rice, sugar, milk, eggs, vanilla extract, salt, nutmeg or cinnamon.

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

The slow cooker is the perfect tool for getting that ultra-moist bread pudding texture you're after.

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

Everyone will love this easy peach cobbler dessert with its crunchy oat topping

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

A self-frosting crockpot cake sounds like a college student's fantasy, but it's real! Water and chocolate syrup on top of the batter ensure a (literally) effortless frosting.

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

A delicious cake any time of the year. The crock pot makes wonderfully moist cakes since it produces steam vs baking with only dry heat.

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

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Change up your crock pot routine and try making a pineapple upside down cake in your slow cooker!

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

Get the delicious flavor of bananas foster without the flambe! Bananas are slow cooked in a sweet rum sauce and then served over pound cake with a dollop of ice cream.

Method: crock pot
Time: 1-2 hours

Made with chocolate chips, sour cream, oil, eggs, water, chocolate pudding mix, chocolate cake mix

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

Tart apples are mixed with sugar, lemon juice, and cinnamon and then topped with your favorite granola cereal. Slow cook overnight and you will wake up.

Method: crock pot
Time: over 5 hours

Made with nuts, chocolate cake mix, water, peanut butter

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

Made with dry roasted peanuts, white almond bark, German chocolate, semisweet chocolate chips

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

Made with maraschino cherries, pound cake mix, butter, brown sugar, pineapple chunks

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

The absolute easiest, hands-off apple cobbler. You just need three ingredients, a couple hours in the crockpot, and the all-important ice cream on top.

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

Made with raisins, brown sugar, eggs, milk, vanilla extract, ground cinnamon, salt, bread

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

Made with ground cloves, ground ginger, frozen peaches, sugar, lemon juice

Method: crock pot, microwave
Time: over 5 hours

Made with brownie mix, butter or margarine, nuts

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

Combine French bread cubes, white chocolate, egg substitute, and sweetened condensed milk in the slow cooker for a delicious bread pudding.

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

Made with baking powder, flour, butter, unsweetened chocolate, eggs, sugar, raspberry jam, vanilla extract

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

Made with water, vanilla extract, light brown sugar, flour, cocoa powder, baking powder, salt, milk, butter

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

Made with butter, cooking apples, brown sugar, flour, rolled oats, ground ginger, ground nutmeg

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

Made with apricot preserves, cinnamon stick, pears, apple juice, vanilla extract, butter

Method: stovetop, crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

Melting caramel in the crock pot makes these fall favorite treats extra easy. Simply melt, then dip the apples!

Method: crock pot
Time: 1-2 hours

This chocolate cheesecake is hiding a healthy secret in its protein-packed chocolate filling. Tofu helps keep the cheesecake nice and thick without you even knowing it's there.

Method: crock pot
Time: over 5 hours

Made with brown sugar, cinnamon, apples, ginger ale

Method: crock pot
Time: over 5 hours

Made with cinnamon, sugar, apples, water

Method: crock pot
Time: over 5 hours

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I love quick and easy dessert recipes. Some of my favorites are apple dump cake and cherry dump cake. If you have never tried making a crock pot dump cake, you must pay attention to this list. It is so simple and easy, your family is going to love it!

Making dessert in your crockpot is such a great idea, especially in the fall when it fills up the house with amazing smells all day long. Once you get the hang of making a crock pot dump cake, you can adapt your recipe for just about any flavor combination you can think of.

Photo Credit: Kleinworth & Co.

There are many options for Crock Pot Dump Cakes, from fruity to chocolate and don’t forget the pumpkin and peanut butter!


9 Amazing Chocolate Desserts You Can Make in Your Slow Cooker

Welcome to Slow Cooker Week! We’re sharing all our favorite Crock Pot recipes, tips, tricks, and advice this week—and including the Instant Pot, of course, since it slow cooks too. Here, discover the sweet side of your favorite appliance with the best Crock Pot chocolate desserts.

You can make more than just BBQ in your slow cooker. When you’re filled up and craving something, well, chocolatey, your slow cooker might actually be the best way to go, since it does most of the work for you.

And it turns out there are almost too many chocolate desserts to choose from. Lucky for you, we’ve rounded up nine of our favorite slow cooker dessert recipes starring chocolate:


Easy 3 Ingredient Crock Pot Peach Cobbler with Cake Mix

This recipe is traditionally called a cobbler, but it may be more of a dump cake. There definitely is a lot of cake here so if you want more fruit, you could easily add another can or two of peaches.

You will need exactly three ingredients to make this easy peach cobbler – canned peaches, a cake mix and butter. It’s easy to keep these ingredients on hand in your pantry so you can throw this together at any time for a last minute dessert.

Dump the peaches on the bottom of a slow cooker. I used a 4 quart slow cooker and it was perhaps a bit too big. A 3 quart would be perfect. If you use a larger slow cooker, then add more peaches to keep the cooking even.

You will want to use at least 1 can of peaches in heavy syrup. I used one of those and one in just peach juices. If you add more peaches to the recipe, keep the ratio of 1 can peaches in heavy syrup for every can of peaches in just juice.

Next, spread a cake mix on top of the peaches. I used a white cake mix because that’s what was in my pantry. A yellow cake or butter pecan would be good, too. How about trying a Funfetti cake mix for a little extra fun?! Any cake mix you think goes well with peaches will work.

The final step is to cut up a stick of butter and toss those pieces on top of the cake mix. DO NOT STIR! Resist the urge! Cover the crock pot, set on high and cook.

Start checking the cobbler after 2 hours on high. Slow cookers can be a bit temperamental so it’s best to check on food about 2/3 through the cooking time. I let the cobbler cook for 3 hours, but yours may be done at 2 or even 4 hours.

Insert a toothpick in the cake in the center of the slow cooker to test for doneness. The edges will get done first so don’t rely on that area. Check the center to make sure the cake is cooked through. The top should be browned more toward the center.

I still can’t believe this recipe worked! It was so easy, too. And most of the time I already have the ingredients in my pantry. The cobbler would be good with apples, cherry or any pie filling. You can also add cinnamon, nutmeg, or vanilla extract for a little added flavor.


CrockPot Apple Cobbler

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Ingredients

  • ▢ 40 ounces apple pie filling 2 20-oz cans, 1 can if using a crock smaller than 4.5 quart
  • ▢ 16 ounce box white cake mix
  • ▢ 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • ▢ 6 tablespoons unsalted butter melted
  • ▢ Cinnamon sugar optional
  • ▢ Vanilla ice cream optional

Things You’ll Need

Instructions

Video

Expert Tips & FAQs

  • Use any of fruit pie fillings, home-canned or from the grocery store. Simply substitute the same amount of peach, blackberry, cherry (try our crockpot chocolate cherry cobbler !), or any other pie filling you like.
  • You can change out the cake mix flavor in this recipe. Many have raved about yellow cake instead of white cake mix, while others have used spice cake mix and even caramel apple cake mix. If you use a cake mix that already has spices, you can leave out the cinnamon sugar in this recipe.
  • Using fresh apples in this crockpot apple cobbler instead of pie filling is totally fine. You can make your own apple pie filling using our filling recipe from this apple pie.
  • You can double this recipe, just make sure that you are using a 6-quart slow cooker or larger.
  • You can use either salted or unsalted butter for this recipe.
  • If you would like to keep the calories down, you can use margarine or any other butter substitutes like I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter, Earth Balance, etc.

Nutrition

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Are you looking for some new desserts! Even better are you looking for some desserts that take care of themselves and are ready when you want them to be? Well you came to the right place today because we are serving up some FABULOUS Slow Cooker…aka… Crockpot desserts today. I highly recommend you save this post for the holidays…I think they will come in handy. Let’s see what the incredible chefs throughout blogland have cooking!

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I am so hungry now.

Cooking Light has some incredible looking Tropical Bananas Foster. Who wouldn’t want to be served this bowl of total yummy goodness.

Check out this scrumptious Brownie Pudding Cake. It is rich and decadent and just waiting to please your family or guests.

Did someone say Apple Crisp. The Crockin Girls have whipped up this delicious dessert of fall in their slow cooker…can’t you just smell that cinnamon and apple smell in the air!

Caramel Pear and Cranberry Pudding Cake is about to be served from the recipe collection of my recipes…now this looks like it should be served on Thanksgiving for sure!

Now speaking of Pear goodness…how about some Spiced Poached Pears! An easy to create dessert and so nice and light and fresh!

YUM…BHG is serving up some Nutty Pumpkin Pie Pudding. This pudding cake is loaded with Fall Spices and crunchy walnuts!

How about some Slow Cooker Applesauce Spice Cake! Sounds like a great way to celebrate Fall.

There is also some scrumptious Chocolate-Walnut Bread Pudding…so fudgy and it is topped with a warm coffee cream sauce…I think I need some of this now!

Nothing says Autumn like the smell of Apple Butter Cooking…well this recipe from Martha goes one step further by adding pears! I know you will want to put this
Slow-Cooker Pear and Apple Butter on your list of things to do!

Now this should “perk” you up. Smashed Peas and Carrots is serving up a Glazed Cinnamon Coffee Cake…yes…IN A CROCKPOT.

The Frugal Girls are whipping up some incredible Slow Cooker/ Crockpot Chocolate Mud Cake!

Who knew you could make a Red Velvet Bread Pudding in a Crock Pot. Looks like ooey gooey fun!

Taste of Home is featuring some fabulous Slow Cooker Berry Cobbler…sure looks YUMMY!

I love Pecan Pie (by the way…I am from New Jersey…so I love “PEE” Cans : ) skinnyms. has a slow cooker – Pecan Pie

Slava’s Recipes is featuring some delicious Slow Cooker Orange Pudding Cake with Caramel Sauce…sounds pretty good.

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Stephanie O’Dea has whipped up a batch of CrockPot Peanut Candy! Looks crunch and delicious!

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Now I am all over this one…if there is one cake I totally love it is this one…so here is a great recipe for Slow Cooker Pineapple Upside Down Cake...all gooey with melter brown sugar and butter…caramelized pineapples…fabulous!

Yummy Recipes World has a great treat for us…Crockpot Baked Apples with Caramel …all nice and warm with a sticky oat middle…I can taste it now! Like a giant warm apple oatmeal cookie…but better.

Chow is cooking up a real natural for the Slow Cooker…Rice Pudding…they are a match made in heaven! Oh I can taste it now.

With the Holidays upon us…here is one that I think would be perfect for the kids and the whole family during the Ho Ho Ho season…
Gingerbread Spoon Cake from Paula Deen

Tropical Apricot Crisp sounds really good! Better Homes and gardens shows us HOW.

Chocolate Covered Buttons has created a Chocolate Cherry Dump Cake…it’s so easy and looks delish!

Now here is a show stopper� days of Slow Cooking…a Slow Cooker’s dream site! I am focusing on this luscious crock-pot Pina Colada Lava Cake…how great does that sound.

Miss Information is showing us her great version of a Crockpot Chocolate Cake!

Well…did you see one that you want to try? I have seen many. I love the idea of having a warm dessert waiting for whenever we are ready to partake in a treat! I would love to hear about the ones that you try! I will be putting another Holiday Dessert and Slow Cooker Holiday Dessert post out…variety is the spice of life!
ENJOY.


Crock Pot Cakes From Mixes

A self-frosting crockpot cake sounds like a college student's fantasy, but it's real! Water and chocolate syrup on top of the batter ensure a (literally) effortless frosting.

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

A delicious cake any time of the year. The crock pot makes wonderfully moist cakes since it produces steam vs baking with only dry heat.

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

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Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

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Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

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Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

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This simple dessert is made with blueberry pie filling, yellow cake mix, butter, and walnuts.

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

Made with ground cinnamon, pound cake mix, flour, brown sugar, nuts

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

Made with semisweet chocolate chips, eggs, vegetable oil, flour, pound cake mix, water

Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

Made with chocolate flavor instant pudding & pie filling mix, chocolate cake mix, sour cream, chocolate chips, water, eggs, vegetable oil

Method: crock pot
Time: over 5 hours

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Method: crock pot
Time: 2-5 hours

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Time: 2-5 hours

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