15 Easy Slow Cooker Pasta Dinners

With a slow cooker by your side, preparing healthy, mind-blowingly delicious pasta dinners is a breeze.

If you haven’t used a slow cooker to make a nutritious pasta dinner, you’re missing out! Slow cookers allow you to reap the benefits of a delicious meal while saving you time and money. All you have to do is assemble the meal in the morning, go about your daily routine, and allow the cooker to work its magic. Here are 15 Easy Slow Cooker Pasta Dinners that you’ll eagerly run home to eat.

1. Slow Cooker Zucchini Ziti
Zucchini is packed with nutrients and antioxidants. It also releases a ton of flavor when slow cooked. This pasta recipe only takes a short time to prepare, and you’ll be sure to savor each mouth-watering bite. Slow Cooker Zucchini Ziti also makes delicious leftovers!

2. Slow Cooker Macaroni and Cheese
Anyone who claims that you can’t be healthy and enjoy mac and cheese hasn’t had this version. This recipe is perfect for those who want to watch their waistlines without sacrificing their everlasting love for cheese. Best enjoyed in moderation, this protein-packed recipe will leave you feeling full and satisfied without the extra guilt!

3. Slow Cooker Pasta E Fagioli 
This soup is the perfect low-calorie solution to your hunger pains. Its sheer volume fills your stomach and sends receptors to your brain indicating that you’re full. This colorful, hearty soup tastes just as delicious as it looks. Serve this dish simmering hot and sprinkle some parmesan cheese on top. Just don’t forget to save a bowl for tomorrow’s lunch!

4. All-Day Ravioli Stew
This ravioli dish is packed with nutrients, but it won’t pack on the pounds! The key ingredient in this vitamin-rich dish is cannelloni beans. This low-glycemic superfood has a delicious nutty flavor and a detoxifying effect on the body. You’ll be eager to share the All-Day Ravioli Stew with family and friends.

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Ellie Krasner

Ellie is a full-time violinist living in Las Vegas, and a writer with an insatiable appetite for clean eating and fitness! She is a graduate of Binghamton University with degrees in English literature and violin, and loves investigating the world of healthy living.

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