10 Easy Fall Crockpot Recipes for Busy Nurses

oct-2016_crockpot-recipes-002Working long shifts leaves you exhausted and hungry. And sometimes the last thing you want to do after your shift is spend hours in the kitchen cooking.

Good news: Fall is soup season, the perfect time to bust out your crock pot and make a nice hot meal.  We understand your work schedule is demanding, and so does a crockpot. So for minimal effort and high reward, here is a list of 10 fabulous fall crockpot recipes you can throw together before heading to work and feast on when you get home.

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  1. Orange-Sage Sweet Potatoes with Bacon

You can easily add chicken or turkey to this recipe!

  1. Corn and Potato Chowder

Bad weather? Warm up with this delicious chowder!

  1. Pumpkin Chili

A fun spin on traditional chili.

  1. Chicken Burrito Bowls

Take leftovers and wrap it in a tortilla for a burrito for the next day.

  1. Tomato Basil Parmesan Tortellini Soup

Talk about hearty. You can have soup, pasta, and crackers all in one.

  1. Pepperoni Chicken

Craving pizza? Here is a healthier alternative.

  1. Beef Stew

Don’t forget about this oldie but goodie!

  1. Pumpkin Soup

This soup will change your life!

  1. Pulled Pork with Caramelized Onions

Eat it alone or add a bun!

  1. Vegetable Lasagna

Crockpots aren’t just for soups and stews; you can have pasta too.

 

Get your crockpot on. You are the click of a button and an automatic timer away from an effortless meal.

What is your favorite crockpot recipe? What meal prep tips do you have for other busy medical professionals?  Make sure to share with us (and fellow fans) on Facebook!

On a final, more personal note, I’d like to thank you, crockpot, for all that you have given us.

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