Fall is coming! And that means back to the work and school routines, sometimes leaving little to no time to cook dinner after a busy day. That’s why we love slow cooker meals – just set it and forget it. And today we’re sharing a recipe made for fall. It’s packed with hearty vegetables, sweet and savory spices and can be served as a side dish or with some greens and grains as a main entree.
Slow Cooker Moroccan Vegetable Tagine
Combine all of the ingredients, except raisins and apricots in a slow cooker.
Cover and cook on high for 4 hours, or low for 6 hours.
Open the top and add the raisins and apricots. Cook for 30 more minutes at desired heat.
Serve with cauliflower rice, rice, couscous, zoodles or salad!
This post was created by Leslie with Balanced Life Leslie! I'm Leslie - a Certified Health Coach after receiving training from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. I am also certified Reiki II and hold a BA and MSPC degrees from Clark University. I believe that living a balanced life is not just focused on the foods you eat, but also on the relationships you have, your career choices and physical activity. You can find me most mornings before the sun rises at working out, at home cooking with my husband, Ryan, at the dog park with our rescue dog, Sadie, or starting the day with a green smoothie in one hand and dark chocolate in the other.