We couldn’t survive our busy lives without one-pot wonders. That’s why we’ve got an entire repertoire of one-pot pasta dishes, and our All-Clad crock pot is our best friend. But let’s add more slow-cooker recipes to our arsenal, shall we? With soups, dips, pastas, roasts and even some desserts, these recipes will make “lazy cooking” much easier (and tastier). Let the slow-cooker revolution continue.

1. Spinach Feta Crock Pot Lasagna: This is hands-down the easiest lasagna you’ll ever make. Just layer, cover and cook. (via Diethood)

2. Mozzarella-Stuffed Meatballs: Serve these scrumptious hors d’oeuvres with marinara or alfredo dipping sauce. (via Creme de la Crumb)

3. Chicken Noodle Soup: Chicken soup really does warm the soul, especially when it’s this easy to cook up. (via Cooking Classy)

4. Spinach and Artichoke Dip: Use three different cheeses to make this dip extra, extra decadent. (via Home Cooking Memories)

5. Teriyaki Chicken: Spend 10 minutes prepping this yummy teriyaki dish, and let it slow cook it for 4+ hours. It is well worth the wait. (via Gimme Some Oven)

6. Pork Roast With Apples, Carrots and Rosemary: Who says cooking pork roast is hard? They’ve obviously never done it using a crock pot. (via Everyday Good Thinking)

7. Italian Beef: Chicago has bangin’ Italian beef, but we’ll settle for this mouthwatering crock pot version. Make sure to stock up on Worcestershire sauce. (via A Spicy Perspective)

8. Honey-Glazed Chicken Adobo: Serve this sweet and savory adobo chicken with white rice and a squeeze of lime. Craving a healthier meal? Opt for brown rice instead. (via A Pinch of Yum)

9. Chicken Enchilada Soup: Break into your stock of canned food to whip up this easy chicken enchilada soup. Top with cilantro, sour cream and avocado slices — the sky’s the limit. (via Gimme Some Oven)

10. Cheesy Buffalo Chicken Pasta: Do our eyes deceive us??? Buffalo chicken PASTA?! (via Crockpot Gourmet)

11. Broccoli Cheese Soup: Next time you need some good ol’ fashioned comfort food to turn that bad day on its head, break out your crock pot and whip up this creamy soup. (via Cooking Classy)

12. Rosemary Olive Oil Bread: Bread in the slow cooker… how is this possible? (via Host the Toast)

13. Vegan Butternut Squash Chili: This chili is loaded with squash, kidney beans, tomatoes and green peppers. You can also toss in some corn for good measure. (via Sensual Appeal)

14. Cheesy Bacon Ranch Potatoes: These slow-cooked cheesy potatoes are PERFECTION. (via Damn Delicious)

15. Chicken Parmesan Soup: Use dry gemelli or penne pasta for this soup version of chicken Parm. (via Foxes Love Lemons)

16. Kung Pao Chicken: It’s actually shockingly easy to make your own kung pao chicken. The secret: red chili paste. (via Le Creme de la Crumb)

17. Pulled Pork Gyros: This recipe comes complete with a cabbage slaw, too. Now if only we could make our own pita… (via Damn Delicious)

18. Roasted Sweet Potatoes: Butter, brown sugar and marshmallows for toppings? Yes, please. (via The Magical Slow Cooker)

19. BBQ Ribs: We’ve never made ribs in a crock pot before, but we can’t wait to try. Next step: Pick a finger-lickin’ good BBQ sauce. (via No. 2 Pencil)

20. Tuscan Kale and White Bean Soup: This hearty soup is about to become a weekday staple. Be generous with the garlic… and the cheese. (via My Humble Kitchen)

21. Pear Butter: This pear butter is totally spoon-licking good thanks to those fresh pears, orange juice and pumpkin pie spice. (via Tammilee Tips)

22. Peach Dump Dessert: Finally, you can use that white cake mix that’s been sitting in your pantry for months. You’ll thank us later. (via Kitchme)

23. Chex Mix: Never buy Chex Mix again — this recipe is definitely better than the store-bought kind. (via Gimme Some Oven)

24. Cinnamon Roll Monkey Bread: Oh yeah. This is a Grands! Cinnamon Rolls recipe, and it’s AWESOME. (via Crazy for Crust)

25. Chocolate Turtle Bread Pudding: There are only good things in this bread pudding — like French bread, chocolate chips, coffee, caramel bits and pecans. Oh, and the ice cream on top doesn’t hurt things either. (via The Gunny Sack)

What crock pot recipe are you most excited to try? Tell us in the comments!