Owning a slow cooker is basically like employing a private chef. Sure, you do the prepping in the morning by putting all the ingredients into the Crock-Pot or Instant Pot, but when you return home after work, there’s a healthy and delicious meal waiting for you—one you hardly remember putting together. Instead of trying to find the energy to cook yourself something after a long day, dinner is served.
Vegetarian slow cooker recipes are the easiest way to add more plant-based dishes into your routine. When you load it up with veggies and spices and let those flavors get to know each other throughout the day, you’ll be left with a final product that’s just as healthy as it is satisfying. And these cozy meals are a great place to start.
Vegetarian slow cooker recipes that are just as easy as they are healthy
Vegetarian tortilla soup? Count me in. This version contains a wide variety of healthy veggies, including onion, bell peppers, black beans, tomatoes, and corn.
Pro tip: You can make a hearty bolognese sauce using cauliflower. And when you pour it over zucchini noodles, game over.
Loaded with flavor, this lentil soup gets an energizing zest from the addition of lemon for a unique—and a mouth-watering!—twist on the classic.
You won’t miss takeout at all thanks to this slow cooker recipe that swaps chicken for tofu. The Indian dish is spiced to perfection with garam masala.
Stuffed peppers are super easy when you have a slow cooker on hand. This meatless version is loaded with quinoa, black beans, and plenty of flavorful spices.
This is the healthy lasagna dish you’ve been waiting for—just in soup form and completely dairy-free.
It doesn’t take much to put together this curry. After adding in your ingredients—including sweet potato, broccoli, chickpeas, and coconut milk—and letting it cook for just over four hours, it’ll be ready to devour.
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