The Floral Slow Cookers from the Pioneer Woman Are a Dream

A quality slow cooker is worth its weight in gold. Whether you’re simply whipping up a weeknight dinner the night before or planning on taking your slow cooker to the tailgate in the morning, no kitchen should be without an appliance this reliable. The new portable slow cookers from the Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond, are the perfect combination of function and beauty. A collaboration with Hamilton Beach, these slow cookers will change the way you transport to potlucks and tailgates.

Available only at Walmart, the four new portable slow cookers feature different floral patterns and colors. Each model holds 6 quarts, making it easy to entertain for the whole family in one pot. What does that equal exactly? Well, one 4-pound roast or one 6-pound chicken will fit seamlessly inside this basin.

With High, Low, and Warm heat settings, you can rest assured your slow cooker meals will stay the right temperature as long as you need them. Each model also comes equipped with full-grip handles that also seal the lid in place for easy travel. These were made to be carried, and they stand up to the test. The Pioneer Woman just knows what we need.

The stoneware pot and glass lid are both dishwasher safe, making cleanup a snap. So let’s take a look at the different floral patterns!

1. Vintage Floral

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The background of this beautiful slow cooker is a striking teal, while the flowers pop against it in shades of red, color, and light blue. The touches of green and butter yellow are simply gorgeous.

Find the model here for $24.96.

2. Flea Market

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This pattern isn’t as bold as Vintage Floral with a white background. The watercolor flowers, though, are the stunning part of this otherwise simple slow cooker.

Find the model here for $24.96.

3. Country Garden

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This pattern, even more minimalist and dainty than Flea Market, features a white background with a smattering of smaller flower buds and blooming blossoms.

Find the model here for $24.96.

4. Rose Shadow

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Rose Shadow features a dainty blue background with beautiful deep blue and yellow flower blooms on it. There’s something especially whimsical about this pattern over the others, but all that matters is which tickles your fancy!

Find the model here for $24.96.

Our Favorite Pioneer Woman Slow Cooker Recipes

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Whether you know her from the Food Network or you’ve been a longtime fan of her lifestyle and cooking blog, chances are you know who Ree Drummond is. The real question is, which recipes from her vast archives have you tried?

These are the three best slow cooker recipes we swear by, perfect for making in one of those pretty floral portable slow cookers above.

1. Slow Cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup

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This slow cooker soup is absolutely everything. Cozy and filling, diced tomatoes and tomato paste form the tangy tomato base of this soup that’s accented with low-sodium chicken broth, black beans, bell peppers, and chipotle peppers in adobo.

Top with fresh cilantro leaves. Find the recipe for this delicious variation here.

2. Slow Cooker Caramelized Onions

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Haven’t you always wanted a big-batch, hands-off way to caramelize onions? This is such a pure delight, you’ll start whipping up big batches of onions on Sundays so you can use them throughout the week.

The best part? As they cook, they’ll make your tasty kitchen smell even tastier. Find the tutorial here.

3. Fall-Off-the-Bone Slow Cooker Glazed Ribs

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The secret ingredient to this recipe isn’t one cup ketchup, though you might think it would be. Nope, the secret is plum preserves! Ribs never tasted so good with so little work than when you let your slow cooker do all the work for you.

Find the recipe here.

Watch: Did You Know Ree Drummond Was Once a City Girl?