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17 Easy Crock Pot Desserts

Crock-Pot Desserts are the most straightforward and most accessible desserts to make. There’s nothing like these recipes! Let’s admit it, we all love using crockpots for cooking our meals because they do all the work for us.

17 Easy Crock Pot Desserts

We are making our lives much easier in the process. So, why not make your desserts in them too?

Moist, creamy, deliciousness with only half the work on our end! What could be better than that?

There is a dessert here for everyone. You’ll even find Keto-friendly options!

Are you ready for 17 desserts that will change your life forever? If so, let’s get started. I promise they won’t disappoint, and anyone you share them with will be praising your name. These recipes are a dessert game changer!

1. Slow-Cooker Chocolate Lava Cake

This slow-cooker Chocolate Lava Cake is hands down the best chocolate dessert of all time!

The Betty Crocker Super Moist triple chocolate fudge cake mix is the secret ingredient.

You can substitute the chocolate chips for white or even peanut butter to add another flavor if you don’t want pure chocolate.

Moist and gooey with chocolate overflowing your spoon from every side, this dessert will quickly become any chocolate lover’s dream come true! Easy to make with minimal effort, you won’t believe the results!

2. Crock-Pot Cherry Dump Cake Recipe

This crockpot dessert is the easiest to make, so easy it should be illegal!

The flavors mixed with the flaky crust and gooey center make this dish a culinary masterpiece! With only three ingredients to make this culinary miracle, you couldn’t ask for anything better!

The cherry pie filling is the secret ingredient in this recipe. You can substitute the yellow cake for white if you prefer.

Cake and cherry lovers everywhere will, hands down, make this their favorite dessert!

3. Crock Pot Apple Crisp

Are you searching for your next favorite dessert? One that is fruity with a fantastic sauce to wow your tastebuds! Then this crockpot apple crisp dessert with warm vanilla sauce is what your heart has been searching for!

The secret ingredient is the crushed gingersnaps, adding a much-appreciated crunch to the overall soft and juicy dessert.

You can substitute the Granny Smith apples for your favorite kind. Preferably one that is juicy and packed with flavor is best.

4. Peanut Clusters in Crock Pot Recipe

Are you looking for a dessert that doesn’t only taste amazing and quench your pesky sweet tooth but is also healthy? Then this will be your new favorite dessert, hands down!

Having to come up with Keto Dinner Ideas every day and watching your calorie intake can be hard enough as it is, and sometimes you crave something jampacked with dessert goodness.

This dessert will be your saving grace! The secret ingredient is the white chocolate melting block.

You can substitute the German chocolate baking bar for another chocolate baking bar. Slow cooker desserts have never been better!

5. Slow Cooker Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake

Peanut butter and chocolate never tasted so good! Moist, fluffy, creamy, gooey, and packed with mouthwatering goodness that every dessert should have! Devil’s food cake mix is the secret ingredient.

You can substitute the mini Reese’s peanut butter cups for regular Reese’s cups, break them apart, and places them around the top of the cake.

This will quickly become your whole family’s favorite dessert for every occasion! No more searching for a dessert that will satisfy everyone’s cravings!

6. Slow-Cooker Caramel-Toffee Bread Pudding

A sticky, gooey, delectable dessert that is also easy to make! This slow-cooker caramel-toffee bread pudding dessert has something for everyone!

As long as you like dessert, your tastebuds will enjoy this recipe.

The secret ingredient is French bread. You can substitute the brown sugar for white and some maple syrup.

The pudding puts this dish over the top and into the hearts of everyone who dares give it a try!

There’s nothing like a dessert to bring the family together at the end of a long day.

7. Crock-Pot Chocolate Cobbler

Creamy, gooey, sweet, and jampacked with mouthwatering deliciousness!

This crockpot chocolate cobbler is a must-have at the end of a hard long day! Perfect at any time of year for any occasion!

The secret ingredient is cocoa powder. You can substitute the brown sugar for White sugar plus maple syrup.

This dessert will be the talk of your family or guests for days to come.

Give it a try today! You have nothing left to lose and everything to gain!

8. Crockpot Blueberry Peach Cobbler

Blueberries and peaches taste great together! Never tried them together before? Then let’s give it a whirl with this crockpot blueberry peach cobbler!

I promise the soft, sweet, jampacked flavor of this dessert will have you wondering why you didn’t try it sooner.

Blueberries and peaches are the secret ingredients, but they can also be substituted.

If you are allergic or don’t like these fruits try another. Strawberry and blueberries are other fantastic mixes.

The great thing about baking is it’s your dish. Make it whatever you want it to be!

9. Heaven In A Crockpot

This recipe could make a superb cake substitute! The brownie mix gives the overall dish a moist gooeyness that everyone loves and enjoys!

Brownie mix is the secret ingredient. You can substitute the butter for any kind, unsalted if you’re watching your salt intake.

Vanilla ice cream sets off the chocolatey goodness, but I prefer a peanut butter vanilla ice cream or even vanilla fudge as it blends everything perfectly! Jimmies or some chocolate chips on top are an excellent addition as well.

10.  Rock-pot Cheesecake

Crockpot magic at its best! Everyone loves Cheesecake, so now’s the time to learn how to make it in the comfort of your own home in the easiest way possible.

The crockpot does all the work for you and doesn’t warm up your house in the process like an oven would when baking.

The smooth cheesy taste is perfect for any time of year! Cream cheese is the secret ingredient.

The graham cracker crust can be substituted with Nilla wafers. It’s time to give your tastebuds what they’ve been begging for!

11. Crock Pot Cinnamon Roll Casserole

This recipe is perfect for breakfast, snack, or dessert dishes! Super easy to make and even better to devour!

This Crock Pot Cinnamon Roll Casserole is one the whole family can enjoy at any time in the day at any time of the year!

The secret ingredient is Maple Syrup. You can substitute the cans of cinnamon rolls.

The brand name doesn’t matter. You decide which one you would instead use—family movie night coming up? Wipe this up for a snack, and you’ll have them in the palm of your hands!

12. Crockpot Lemon Burst Cake Recipe

This Crockpot Lemon Burst Cake only requires five ingredients. That’s right, five! It’s simple and easy to make and tastes heavenly! The secret ingredient is the apple sauce.

You can substitute the Betty Crocker Lemon Cake Mix for another Lemon cake mix. Light, fluffy, and delicious! Crockpot dessert recipes have never tasted so elegant!

This dish is perfect for everyone at any time of the year. Give it a whirl at your next family gathering, and I promise it will be the talk of the night!

13. The Best Crock Pot Pecan Pie

Need an easy holiday dessert! What if I had a pie recipe that would save you time, energy and leave extra space in the oven for your dinner dishes?

This crockpot pecan pie has everything you’ll need to put the holiday meal over the top!

The secret recipe is the light and crunchy pecans. You can substitute the pie crust for another form of crust you might enjoy more.

Get ready to be amazed by how much your family enjoys this new dessert.

14. Slow-Cooker Chocolate Chip Cookie

This slow-cooker chocolate chip cookie recipe will have you wondering how a slow-cooker could make something taste so good!

Moist, soft, and jam-packed with all your favorite dessert flavors and features!

This will hand down become your favorite way to make cookies from now on!

The secret ingredient is packed brown sugar. You can substitute the chocolate chips for white chocolate or even peanut butter chips.

Time to fall head over heels for a new way of cooking your favorite desserts!

15. Slow Cooker Chocolate Pudding Cake

Chocolate never tasted this good! If you’re a chocolate lover like me, then this is something you are going to want to try right away.

The slow cooker chocolate pudding cake is good for the days you need that chocolate fix and fast!

This recipe will leave you amazed that there was no fussing, no prepping, and no cake fails involved.

Let’s face it, and those are a regular thing for us in the kitchen most of the time.

Chocolate chips are the secret ingredient. I don’t have brown sugar around. No problem, you can substitute it for white and some maple syrup.

16. Slow Cooker Chocolate Peanut Candy

Perfect for the holidays, parties, or just a nice side dessert to munch on whenever the occasion arises!

This slow-cooker chocolate peanut candy will have your mouth exploding from the delicious flavors!

White chocolate chips are the secret ingredient and saving grace of this dessert.

You can substitute the salted peanuts for a nut you prefer if you are not a fan of peanuts. I can’t remember when candy tasted this good!

17. Crockpot Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake

In need of a chocolate attack? I have just the thing.

This Crockpot Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake will leave your tastebuds satisfied and your eyes wide at how good it tastes! Peanut butter is the secret ingredient.

You can substitute the whole milk for skim or 2%. The cake never tasted so fabulous! From the moist softness to the chocolate peanut butter taste, nothing is lacking in this dessert!

Try it today, perfect for any occasion, even a simple family dinner. You can’t have dinner without dessert.

17 Easy Crock Pot Desserts

17 Easy Crock Pot Desserts

Yield: 12
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 3 hours
Total Time: 3 hours 5 minutes


  • 1/2 cup. (1 stick) butter softened
  • 1/2 cup. granulated sugar
  • 1/3 cup. packed brown sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon. pure vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2 cup. all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon. baking soda
  • Large pinch salt
  • 1 1/2 cup. chocolate chips


    1. Spray the inside of your slow cooker with cooking spray. Line the bowl in an “x” using two 4” to 5” strips of parchment paper. Beat the butter and sugars with an electric mixer until light and fluffy, about 2 minutes. Then add in egg and vanilla extract and mix thoroughly.
    2. Add flour, baking soda, and salt and mix until combined perfectly. Mix in the chocolate chips. Pour cookie dough into the slow cooker and smooth down the top with a spatula.
    3. Cover with the lid and cook on low for 5 to 6 hours (or high for 2 1/2 to 3 hours), until the center of the cookie is slightly soft. You can leave the cookie in the slow-cooker to keep warm for up to 3 hours. Remove the cookie container from the slow cooker and place it on a cooling rack. Let sit till cool enough to eat. Use the parchment paper to remove the cookie then slice, and serve and enjoy.

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