Get ready to savor our favorite desserts from the slow cooker. From Tiramisu Bread Pudding to Amaretti Cheesecake, you can indulge in our sweetest treats with minimal preparation and receive maximal flavor.
Freshly-sliced bananas and pineapple meet soft vanilla ice cream and a savory cinnamon-flavored sauce in one decadent dessert.
Fresh fruit is always best, but for the sake of convenience, precut pineapple is also worth reaching for.
View Recipe: Tropical Bananas Foster
If you’re an apple lover, look no further than this tasty cake recipe that boasts a double helping of applesauce and dried
apples in its batter. With only 1 to 1-1/2 hours in the slow cooker, this apple cake is the perfect ending to a fall feast.
View Recipe: Double Apple Cake
Drizzled with a rich mascarpone sauce, this moist, coffee- and Kahlúa-infused bread pudding offers the flavors of a favorite
View Recipe: Tiramisu Bread Pudding
Rich and decadent from both Dutch process cocoa and bittersweet chocolate, this dessert is part cake and part pudding. Top
with light vanilla ice cream, if desired.
View Recipe: Brownie Pudding Cake
This elegant but yummy sweet treat is a slow cooker sensation that is sure to be one of your all-time favorite desserts. Top
with crème fraîche and cinnamon, if desired.
View Recipe: Spiced Poached Pears
Cheesecake in a slow cooker is a brilliant idea for a heavenly special-occasion dessert that will keep your oven free. Top
with fresh raspberries to complete your sweet treat.
View Recipe: Amaretti Cheesecake
Brandy-spiked dried plums bejewel this delicious vanilla-infused bread pudding, putting a decadent spin on comfort.
View Recipe: Brandied Plum-Vanilla Bread Pudding
This creamy custard is about as simply delicious as it gets. Using evaporated milk helps the custard stabilize and not curdle.
View Recipe: Vanilla Bean Baked Custard
Slow-cooked sauce made from three types of berries dresses up store-bought pound cake.
View Recipe: Angel Food Cake with Mixed Berry Compote
Small pearl tapioca combined with coconut milk and fresh pineapple makes a simple tropics-inspired treat. The key to success
is using small pearl tapioca, not instant or minute tapioca. Fresh mango or papaya works equally well as a substitute for
the fresh pineapple.
View Recipe: Pineapple-Coconut Tapioca
Soaking the raisins in rum allows them to absorb the flavor and plump up before you stir them into the pudding.
View Recipe: Rum-Raisin Arborio Pudding
Nothing says "autumn" like the fragrance and flavor of cooked apples, especially when they're filled with a mixture of sweetened
currants and walnuts and spiced with cinnamon. Serve these apples warm from the crockpot with low-fat frozen yogurt.
View Recipe: Walnut-Stuffed Apples