6 Delish Dinner Recipes for Feeding a Crowd
One of the biggest challenges of planning a bachelorette party? Figuring out how to feed a small army without being stuck in the kitchen 24x7!
Below are some of our favorite, easy recipes that you can make-ahead and freeze or toss in a slow cooker, meaning you spend less time cooking, and more time celebrating.
5-Ingredient Slow Cooker Fajita Chicken
Great for making nachos, burrito bowls or chicken tacos this super easy (and healthy) slow cooker fajita chicken from realfoodwholelife.com is a fantastic recipe for avoiding a hangry I Do Crew. We're hungry just thinking about it!
Classic Beef & Bean Chili
The dish that actually gets better when made ahead, chili is a fantastic and easy way to feed a crowd. Make this classic Beef and Bean Chili from Epicurious up to two days before party time. Great for winter or fall bachelorette parties!
Slow-Cooker Pork Carnitas
This recipe from SkinnyTaste is SUCH a crowd-pleaser and so so easy. Simply brown the pork, season it, and toss in a slow cooker for eight hours. Serve with corn tortillas, avocado, and a creamy cilantro dressing and you've got a great, low-cal main dish that the whole bride tribe will love.
Skinny Chicken Enchiladas
Looking for a main dish that everyone will love? You can't go wrong with these Skinny Chicken Enchiladas from SkinnyTaste. Super easy to make ahead and heat up when the I Do Crew gets hungry, this meal is perfect for feeding a crowd. And at only 194 calories per enchilada, the Bride To Be will thank you for a wedding diet friendly dish!
Crockpot BBQ Chicken
Another crowd-pleasing meal, this Crockpot BBQ Chicken from Natasha's Kitchen served with buns, dill pickle slices and coleslaw makes one heck of a sandwich. Heat up some frozen sweet potato fries for a side and you've got a classic meal guests will love.
Chicken Parmesan Casserole
We LOVE this freezer-friendly Chicken Parmesan Casserole from the Recipe Critic. Complete with crispy chicken, marinara sauce and pasta, the Bride To Be and I Do Crew will love this comfort-food-turned-casserole dish.
What are some of your favorite easy recipes for feeding a big group?