From gorgeous gratin to creamy chowder, these seafood Crockpot recipes are the ultimate in comfort food.
There’s plenty of pescatarian delights on this list of 20 slow cooker meals.
Not only are they easy to make, but they’re also incredibly tasty, even if you’re not generally a fish fan.
If you have picky eaters in the house, convert them to seafood lovers with some slow simmered corn and shrimp chowder or a plate-full of spinach and crab lasagna.
Whether you’re cooking for a crowd, or throwing something together for the family, everyone’s a winner with these delicious dishes.
This rich and tangy stew is a tasty alternative to cream-based chowder.
It’s made with a flavorful tomato broth, and it’s loaded with chunky potatoes, meaty shellfish, and fresh parsley.
The recipe uses shrimp and scallops, but you can always add your own favorites for extra protein and flavor.
This hearty shrimp scampi is a fresh-tasting dish made with lemon chicken broth and delicate angel hair pasta.
It’s perfect for dinner parties and other occasions when you want to impress your guests.
Add a splash of white wine to the sauce before serving, and you’re guaranteed to make everyone’s night.
Smoky bacon, buttery potatoes, and juicy clams – this is a dreamy dish that’ll have you drooling.
If you’re making it for game day, serve in a bread bowl for maximum effect. If you’re just slurping it up for supper, throw some crackers on top.
This stew doesn’t need a lot of fancy accompaniments, as its creamy goodness speaks for itself!
Fish curries are popular in the Indian coastal states of Kerala and Goa.
They’re typically mild, letting the fish soak up a variety of fragrant spices and herbs as it cooks in coconut milk.
You won’t need to serve this thick curry with rice – it’s satisfying enough to eat solo – but it’s always good to have a piece of naan handy to mop up the juice!
Get perfectly cooked salmon every time, with this easy, hands-off recipe.
The fish is cooked low and slow, resting in a citrus-flavored broth as it turns flaky and tender.
Once you nail the technique, you’ll use it for all your fish. Try a cod loin, throw in fresh rosemary or dill, get creative and play with your food!
Silky, smooth, and very rich, this is the kind of show-stopping soup that you make when the in-laws are coming, or your boss drops by.
Everything about this recipe is gorgeously indulgent, from the meaty lobster tails to the heavy cream base.
Flavored with shallots, garlic, parsley, and a dash of paprika, it’s a dish to die for.
This is a classic shrimp boil, bursting with all the traditional flavors of the south.
Potatoes, andouille sausage, shrimp, corn, and Old Bay seasoning come together in a fishy dish that’s a feast for the senses.
Made with loads of vegetables, flaky salmon, and an array of fresh herbs, this is a one-pot meal that hits all the food groups.
Brown rice provides energy-boosting carbs, salmon brings healthy fats, and tender vegetables ensure you get your vitamins and antioxidants.
As an added bonus, it also happens to be pretty darn tasty.
With minimal preparation, zero stove-cooking, and very little clean-up after, this is my kind of mid-week meal.
Simply wrap your halibut in foil with lemon and fresh dill, then place in the slow cooker and walk away. It couldn’t be easier (or more delicious!).
Bubbling lasagna, without even turning on the oven? This dish is a dreamy miracle.
It’s a satisfying casserole made with layers of pasta noodles, spinach, mushrooms, crab, and lots of gooey cheese.
You can use imitation crab for this hearty main or fancy it up with the real thing!
This spicy dip is just hot enough to keep you coming back for more, but not so hot it’ll leave you gasping.
It’s creamy and dense thanks to the large chunks of meaty crab and cream cheese but dotted with pieces of sweet bell pepper for a fresh and juicy bite.
I know what I’m serving on the next game day!
Cajun food has a special place in my heart, and this gumbo has a very special place in my belly.
It’s an insanely irresistible mix of spicy sausage, plump shrimp, bell peppers, tomatoes, and fresh herbs.
Jumbo crab meat and fresh parsley make this hearty tomato bisque something special.
Leave it simmering in the slow cooker all day and come home to a bright and flavorful meal. Isn’t modern technology great?
This dip has a little heat and lots of fish.
It’s made with lobster, crabmeat, and shrimp, all swirled together in a cheesy, creamy sauce.
Comforting casseroles aren’t just for winter.
If you love a tasty heap of soft noodles, creamy sauce, and meaty tuna chunks in the middle of summer, go for it!
This Crockpot recipe doesn’t involve turning on the oven and heating up the kitchen.
Just drop everything into your slow cooker, press a button, and come back a few hours later for dinner. I love it when kitchen equipment does all the work!
You’ll need a firm, white fish for this filling and versatile chowder. Haddock, cod, or pollock would all work well in the creamy soup.
Smoky bacon, tender potatoes, and milk round out the dish, making it deliciously salty and savory.
There are days when you just crave a throw-everything-together kind of meal.
On those days, give this recipe a try. It’s a blend of potatoes, sausage, shrimp, onion, and bell peppers, all flavored with a cajun/creole spice mix.
Flaky fish topped with a thick cheese sauce – this is a quick and easy meal that’s also impressive enough to serve to guests.
If you are planning a party, serve this rich gratin with a side of rice or baked potatoes.
Manhattan clam chowder is made with tomato instead of cream.
This classic isn’t as heavy as its richer cousin, but it’ll still fill you up with flavor.
Use canned tomatoes and canned clams for an economical meal that makes the most of your pantry staples.
Served with warm, crusty bread, this creamy chowder is heaven in a bowl.
It’s bursting with savory flavor, with chunks of potato, salty bacon bits, onion, corn, and chives.
You’ll use cooked shrimp for this dish, adding it right at the end after the vegetables and broth have mingled into delicious goodness.
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