Top 5 Slimming World slow-cooker dump dinners!
Ever wondered what a 'dump dinner' is? It refers to a meal made in a slow-cooker or instant pot where you literally just 'dump' in the prepped ingredients and leave them to cook. These are perfect for busy weeknights where you have no time for cooking, or I often make them at a weekend so I can put them on in the morning, head out for the day, and come back to a meal that is ready to eat.
Don't have a slow-cooker? Mine was a present from my Grandma in 2001! The good news is they are ...
Slow-cooker honey garlic chicken
It just takes 5 minutes to put together the sauce for this easy and delicious honey garlic chicken, a simple combination of ingredients, slow-cooked with chicken breasts which are shredded into sauce at the end of cooking. Perfect served with egg-fried rice, stir-fried vegetables and smothered in spicy sriracha.
Slow-cooked Cuban Pork and sweet potato stew
My method of cooking often tends to be 'what do I have in the cupboard, can I make anything from it'! I had pork loin, lots of sweet potatoes, spring onions and an orange and this recipe came about! I love pork slow cooked, as it takes on such a lovely texture. I also really wanted to make something a bit more experimental to try out on my children, and they both ate this so well I was very pleased! I usually wouldn't cook something like this without spice, but it was lovely just as it was. ...
Slow cooker peanut satay pork
I've always adored peanut satay, unfortunately a really indulgent peanut sauce wouldn't be the best thing for weight-loss, so I have come up with this alternative which still tastes really good, but doesn't have the guilt-factor!
I have used PB2 powdered peanut butter (you can buy it here on Amazon) in this, as it's a lower fat alternative to peanut butter, and actually it blends really nicely into this sauce, but you can use regular peanut butter, it will just be a bit higher in syns if ...
3 ingredient slow cooker balsamic chicken
I have to say, if I didn't know what had gone into this I would have thought someone had spent a lot of time and effort on it! It really is the easiest meal to make and tastes really good!
If you are following Slimming World, salsas do vary in syns, on average they are 0.5 syns per tbsp, but some are more so do check.
Bonfire Night stew
You may have seen the very popular slow-cooker campfire stew- this is a similar idea, but I wanted proper homemade baked beans instead of tinned ones for this. It's so quick to make, with minimal work and produces a rich and hearty stew all on it's own in the slow-cooker!