Simple One-Pot Dinners

I love to cook all things quick, easy and tasty. I also love finding ways to shake up my usual dinner menus and try out new ingredients, new tools or new tips. Although the slow-cooker has been around for years, I’ve recently rediscovered it as a totally useful kitchen appliance for days of anticipated hustle and bustle. It’s the perfect trick to have up my sleeve when I know I’ll want to get dinner on the table quickly.

One-pot dinners are a great way to go for wintertime meals- whether it’s using a slow-cooker and simmering your dinner throughout the day, or just throwing all your ingredients into a single pot or pan and cooking in minutes. With very little fuss, you can come home after jam-packed day and serve up a flavorful meal in no time. These one-pot dinner recipes I’ve rounded up look juicy and delicious…the perfect antidote to busy days and hearty appetites!

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One-Pot Bacon-Wrapped Pork Tenderloin

Slow-Cooker Latin Chicken with Black Beans and Sweet Potatoes

One-Pot Coconut Chicken Curry

Roast Pork Loin with Apples, Potatoes and Sage

Crockpot Pasta E Fagioli

Do you have one-pot dinner successes I need to know about? Please fill me in!

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  1. […] One-pot meals seem to be a wintertime trend: I guess the thought of having a big pot steaming and simmering on a warm stove isn’t so appealing in muggy July! Now take this recipe for Pizza Pot Pie (via oh joy!)- it’s a one bowl recipe that I think would be perfect for a quick summer meal. I might not bring out the crockpot as much in June and July, but cooking dinner doesn’t have to be any more complicated than throwing the ingredients in a bowl, cooking, and eating! […]

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