10 Vegetarian Slow-Cooker Meals for Meatless Dinners

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While slow-cookers are traditionally used for braising meat — pork shoulder, short ribs, or pot roast, they can also be used for hearty vegetarian meals. This Meatless Monday use your slow-cooker to make delicious meals loaded with vegetables that will make you consider becoming a vegetarian.CHEESY SCALLOPED POTATOES
Thin slices of potato smothered in creamy, delicious Gruyère cheese — there’s no way that could be bad. This is the perfect dish to serve on a cool fall night. — Carly Goldsmith
For the Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes recipe, click here.

Everyone loves spinach dip, and this version is as easy as it is delicious. Just mix the ingredients together in the slow cooker for a savory and creamy dip. — Michaela Debelius
For the Crock-Pot Jalapeno Spinach Dip recipe, click here.

If you’re skeptical about cooking lasagna in a slow cooker, have no fear — it’s as easy as layering the ingredients and setting the timer. This recipe will have your lasagna pan gathering dust says special contributor Marlene Koch. Layer the cheese and marinara sauce in between the noodles for a hearty and delicious vegetarian meal.
For the Slow-Cooker Lazy Day Lasagna recipe, click here.

Mac and cheese is the homiest, most delicious comfort food you can treat yourself too. Now imagine being able to come home to freshly baked, always delicious mac and cheese that comes straight from a slow-cooker? You’ll be in heaven, we promise! — Lauren Gordon
For the Slow-Cooker Mac and Cheese recipe, click here.

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Source: The Daily Meal | Milagros Cruz

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