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Pour cheese over broccoli in slow cooker. Fall in love with these 5+ slow cooker broccoli recipes

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Remember when you were growing up and your mom would always make you eat your broccoli? Some kids really struggled with this, whereas others quite enjoyed filling up on vegetables at dinner time. I was always one of the latter.
I don't know why kids complain about eating broccoli. I love it and I especially love to add it to recipes. If you're like me, then you're going to love these recipes. Check out the videos below before heading to the kitchen for the slow cooker.
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Slow cooker chicken, broccoli and rice
Wouldn't you love to come home after a long day at the office to find a scrumptious dinner ready and waiting? With a few minutes of morning prep, you could arrive home to this comforting, cheesy, rich casserole loaded with chicken, rice and broccoli. This is an easy dump-it-in-the-crock-pot recipe perfect for weeknight dinners.
Cheesy broccoli soup
A few young kids like eating broccoli, even just steamed plain. Others, however, need something else to go with it. The recipe below is inspired by cheesy broccoli.
Beef and broccoli
Beef and broccoli is one of those things that immediately pops to mind when thinking about Chinese takout. You can make an amazing version of this dish right at home in a slow cooker. This recipe features a couple of unconventional veggies – snow peas and red bell peppers – that give this slow-cooked gem a wonderful crunch and yummy flavor. It is sure to earn a place on your weekly dinner rotation.
Slow cooker broccoli alfredo
Pasta Alfredo is one of those meals you probably wish you could eat every night of the week. Silky fettuccine noodles drenched in a rich, flavorful sauce of cream pair with Parmesan cheese and just a hint of spicy nutmeg. Is there a more comforting meal? This simple recipe adds chicken and broccoli to the classic fettuccine Alfredo, making it a satisfying one-pot meal.
Slow cooker chicken teriyaki
Chicken teriyaki is a go-to dish for Japanese food. The recipe below shows how to make a super-tasty and simple chicken teriyaki dish with broccoli. Add the broccoli during the last 40 minutes of cooking so that it holds its texture and doesn't get mushy.
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