Plus de 100 repas faciles à préparer dans votre mijoteuse

100+ délicieuses recettes de Crockpot Cétogène https://ketosummit.com/keto-crockpot-recipes/

Imaginez ceci: vous franchissez la porte après une longue journée de travail. Vous êtes fatigué, vous avez faim, peut-être que vos enfants vous demandent ce que vous mangez avant de les emmener au soccer, au ballet ou au violon.

Sauf qu’au lieu d’errer dans le frigo et de regarder à l’intérieur, je me demande ce que tu vas faire…

Vous vous dirigez vers la mijoteuse qui mijote depuis ce matin. Vous soulevez le couvercle et ce délicieux arôme flotte.

En 5 minutes, le dîner est servi et sur la table, les enfants sont heureux et votre estomac est plein de plats céto chauds et délicieux.

C’est la puissance d’une mijoteuse.

Jetez-y votre viande et vos légumes le matin, laissez mijoter et dégustez de délicieux plats plus tard dans la soirée. Il rend le dîner rapide, facile et collant au céto en un clin d’œil. Parce qu’au lieu d’avoir à comprendre le dîner quand vous rentrez chez vous, le dîner est prêt et vous attend pour manger!

Nous avons parcouru Internet pour trouver les meilleures recettes de mijoteuses cétogènes, et cette liste géante est l’aboutissement de notre travail acharné. Toutes les recettes sont en paléo, à faible teneur en glucides, en céto et peuvent être préparées dans votre mijoteuse ou votre mijoteuse préférées, ce qui vous fait gagner du temps et rend le céto beaucoup plus facile à respecter.

Voici quelques-unes des recettes Cétogène Crockpot que nous avons incluses:

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Cétogène Pork Crockpot Recipes

Carnitas de porc céto avec enveloppements de laitue

– Sommet Cétogène

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Ingrédients: huile d’olive, origan séché, jus de citron vert, poudre de cumin, poudre de chili, paprika, oignon, ail, épaule de porc, bouillon de poulet, feuilles de laitue, quartiers de citron vert, persil plat, sel, poivre.

Ces enveloppements à faible teneur en glucides peuvent ne pas offrir une gratification instantanée, mais ils en valent certainement la peine. C’est une bonne chose que cette recette fasse six portions – vous aurez hâte de manger plus!

Côtes de porc asiatiques à la mijoteuse Cétogène

– Sommet Cétogène

Côtes de porc asiatiques à la mijoteuse Cétogène

Ingrédients: carré de côtes de porc de dos de bébé, oignon, pâte d’ail, pâte de gingembre, bouillon de poulet, sauce tamari sans gluten ou aminos de noix de coco, assaisonnement chinois aux cinq épices, oignons verts.

Vous pensez que les côtes sont juste pour l’été? Détrompez-vous. Faites ces côtes tendrement fondantes dans votre mijoteuse à tout moment! La sauce est la vraie star ici.

Porc Kalua à la mijoteuse Cétogène avec enveloppements de laitue

– Sommet Cétogène

Porc Kalua à la mijoteuse Cétogène avec enveloppements de laitue

Ingrédients: Bout de porc ou épaule de porc, fumée liquide, sel de mer, tomates, poivrons, huile d’olive, vinaigre de cidre de pomme, laitue iceberg.

Vous cherchez un repas de semaine rapide et facile qui a le goût d’avoir pris toute la journée? Notre recette de porc kalua à la mijoteuse Cétogène est ce que vous cherchiez! Savoureux, juteux et aucun four souterrain requis.

Jarrets de porc Cétogène Crockpot avec sauce

– Sommet Cétogène

Jarrets de porc Cétogène Crockpot avec sauce

Ingrédients: huile d’olive, jarrets de porc (sur l’os), oignons, gousses d’ail, jus de citron, bouillon de poulet, feuilles de laurier séchées, moutarde de Dijon, ghee.

Une belle recette facile à préparer. Les jarrets de porc sont de délicieuses coupes de viande avec os qui se cuisent bien lentement. Cette recette de jarrets de porc Kock Crockpot est née pour impressionner.

Côtelettes de porc Cétogène Crockpot

– Sommet Cétogène

Côtelettes de porc Cétogène Crockpot

Ingrédients: huile d’olive, côtelettes de porc, oignon, champignons, bouillon chaud de bœuf ou de poulet, sauce tamari sans gluten, sel, poivre noir fraîchement moulu, ciboulette.

Il y a tellement de façons de cuisiner des côtelettes de porc, mais celle-ci est idéale si vous ne voulez pas allumer votre four ou si ce n’est pas la saison des grillades. Préparez cette recette de côtelettes de porc Cétogène chaque fois que vous avez envie des autres viandes blanches!

Porc à la mijoteuse

– Paleo Flourish

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Ingrédients: épaule de porc (ou col d’épaule de porc), sel, poudre de gingembre, grains de poivre du Sichuan.

Je n’avais fait l’épicerie que pour retrouver cette incroyable odeur dans mon appartement. Je me demandais qui cuisinait sur mon sol et si l’arôme coulait à travers mon système de ventilation quand il m’a frappé que c’était MON PORC! Je l’avais mis dans la mijoteuse plus tôt le matin et je l’avais complètement oublié. Bien sûr, c’est la beauté de la mijoteuse – vous pouvez tout simplement tout oublier!

Paleo Slow Cooker Pork

– Paleo Flourish

100+ délicieuses recettes de crêpes Cétogène

Ingrédients: épaule ou croupe de porc, assaisonnement cajun, eau, sel.

Dans cet article, je voulais vous donner un exemple rapide et délicieux de la façon de cuisiner 3 repas super rapidement en utilisant du porc à la mijoteuse + 3 autres repas faciles pour ajouter une certaine variation (donc, déjeuner et dîner pendant 3-4 jours ou dîner pour un toute la semaine)!

Chili au porc effiloché Crockpot

– PaleOMG

Ingrédients: rôti de porc, gousses d’ail, sauce piquante, paprika fumé, poudre d’ail, poudre de chili, cumin, poivre de Cayenne, flocons de poivron rouge, sel, oignons jaunes, poivron rouge, poivron jaune, tomates rôties au feu, sauce tomate, avocat, vert oignons.

Rien ne vous réchauffe comme un bol de piment copieux et épicé. Essayez cette version fraîche du piment classique en utilisant une épaule de porc économique au lieu du bœuf haché. Tous les ingrédients vont directement dans la mijoteuse pour un repas simple et savoureux qui plaira à coup sûr. Avons-nous également mentionné son régime paléo et céto-amical?

Porc effiloché Cétogène

– Mangez Fat Beat Fat

Ingrédients: poudre de chili, sel, paprika, poudre d’ail, poivre, cumin, cannelle, édulcorant granulé, épaule de porc, oignon, ail, bouillon de volaille, fumée liquide, sauce barbecue céto-amicale.

Cette recette de porc effiloché à la mijoteuse Cétogène est délicieuse. Le rôti de porc est frotté avec un savoureux mélange d’épices et infusé avec de l’ail et des oignons dans la mijoteuse.

Ragoût de porc aux champignons et aux huîtres

– Le gourmet sain

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Crédit photo: Sonia de The Healthy Foodie

Ingrédients: huile de coco, oignon, ail, longe de porc, sel de l’Himalaya, poivre noir, origan, moutarde séchée, muscade, bouillon, vinaigre de vin, pleurotes, lait de coco entier, ghee, câpres.

Un ragoût réchauffant pour une froide nuit d’hiver. Les pleurotes ont une texture moelleuse et soyeuse et peuvent souvent être trouvées dans les épiceries asiatiques. Ils sont un complément parfait au porc riche dans ce plat simple.

Recette de Tacos au porc à la mijoteuse

– Maven au quotidien

Ingrédients: crosse / épaule de porc, poudre de chili, sel casher, cumin, origan, flocons de piment rouge, clou de girofle moulu, bouillon ou bouillon, laurier.

Vous pouvez être cinq minutes, et une journée dans la mijoteuse loin du taco mardi, style céto. Ces tacos faciles et savoureux se préparent parfaitement avec seulement quelques épices et en échangeant dans des tasses de laitue pour les tortillas traditionnelles, ils sont conformes aux céto et aux paléo. Nous recommandons le Boston Bibb ou la laitue au beurre pour vos «coquilles» de tacos. Les feuilles sont assez grosses et solides pour tenir le porc juteux!

Feuilles de Collard faciles au bacon

– Viande

100+ délicieuses recettes de crêpes Cétogène

Crédit photo: Rach de Meatified

Ingrédients: bacon, oignon, graisse de bacon ou huile de noix de coco, oignon, ail, chou vert, bouillon de porc ou de poulet, vinaigre de cidre de pomme.

Un aliment classique de l’âme du Sud, cette recette de légumes verts au kardard est si facile à préparer, ne nécessitant que 15 minutes de préparation. La légère amertume des verts est magnifiquement équilibrée par le vinaigre de cidre de pomme. Et le bacon fait à peu près tout ce qui est bon, et ce plat ne fait pas exception. Le vinaigre de cidre de pomme a ses propres avantages pour la santé – juste une autre raison d’aimer ce plat.

Crockpot Luau Pork Avec Cauli Rice

– Beauté et gourmand

100+ délicieuses recettes de crêpes Cétogène

Crédit photo: Stacey de Beauty and the Foodie

Ingrédients: rôti de porc, bacon, sel de mer de lave noire hawaïenne, ail, fumée liquide de noyer, chou-fleur, bouillon de poulet, poudre d’ail, sel de mer.

Votre soir de semaine est devenu un peu plus festif avec cette recette de porc luau à la mijoteuse facile. L’ingrédient clé pour recréer cette succulente saveur luau? Fumée liquide naturelle. Quelques cuillères à soupe dans cette recette lui donnent cette saveur fumée toute la journée, sans avoir à creuser une fosse dans votre jardin.

Crockpot Chili Verde

– Beauté et gourmand

100+ délicieuses recettes de Crockpot Cétogène

Crédit photo: Stacey de Beauty and the Foodie

Ingrédients: ragoût de viande de porc ou de poulet, beurre, coriandre, salsa verde, ail, sel de mer, coriandre.

Si vous cherchez un plaisir de foule facile et bon marché, cette recette de chili verde Cétogène pourrait être exactement ce dont vous avez besoin. Porc mijoté à l’ail et à la salsa verde – si vous avez le temps, la salsa verde faite à partir de zéro est recommandée. Garnir de sauce à la coriandre et à l’avocat pour une explosion de saveur mexicaine épicée et piquante.

Mijoteuse Paleo Carnitas

– Paleo Betty

Ingrédients: épaule de porc, ail, origan, cumin, vinaigre de xérès, sel casher, poivre moulu, oignon, feuilles de laurier.

Ce plat super simple n’aurait pas pu être plus facile, et c’était délicieux de démarrer! J’adore le fait qu’il fasse une tonne de viande super polyvalente – vous pouvez le jeter sur des feuilles de romaine pour des tacos sans gluten, le mélanger dans une frittata ou simplement le croquer avec de l’avocat frais.

Longe de porc Crockpot

– Maman consciente

Ingrédients: longe de porc, oignons, bouillon de bœuf / poulet, sel, poivre.

C’était trop facile et trop bon pour ne pas passer au cas où vous ne l’auriez jamais fait!

Crockpot Kalua Pig

– L’homme domestique

Ingrédients: épaule de porc, sel de mer, fumée liquide.

Le porc Kalua est l’un des plats les plus connus d’Hawaï et se reproduit facilement à la maison. Traditionnellement, un cochon entier est placé dans une fosse souterraine («imu» en hawaïen) qui est bordée de roches chaudes et enveloppée dans des feuilles de bananier, puis recouverte d’une couche de terre et torréfiée pendant la nuit. Comme nous n’avons pas de place dans notre arrière-cour pour un imu, ni accès à un cochon de lait et à des feuilles de bananier, ni l’envie de passer par un tel tracas, nous utilisons simplement une mijoteuse ou un four français.

Rôti de porc italien à la mijoteuse

– Ingrédients bien nourris de Melissa Joulwan pour une vie heureuse

Ingrédients: rôti de porc, ail, sel, mélange d’herbes italiennes Penzeys.

Je repousse les limites de l’utilisation de ma mijoteuse comme récipient à rôtir. J’ai une aversion passionnée pour les ragoûts et les soupes préparés dans la mijoteuse – ils ne caramélisent tout simplement pas assez pour moi, et j’ai l’impression qu’ils sont toujours trop aqueux – mais j’aime ma mijoteuse comme four de comptoir.

Nouveau-Mexique Carne Adovada

– Elle cuisine, elle nettoie

Ingrédients: épaule de porc, piments nouveau-mexicains, bouillon de poulet ou de bœuf, oignon, ail, origan mexicain, cumin moulu, coriandre moulue, sel casher, vinaigre de cidre de pomme.

C’est un peu désordonné, avec la préparation de la sauce chili… ça prend du temps, avec une marinade nocturne de la viande et une cuisson lente le lendemain. Cependant, le résultat final est de tendres morceaux de porc enveloppés dans une sauce au piment rouge épicée, qui malgré la chaleur, a plusieurs couches de saveur.

Chili Verde

– Fit et frais

Ingrédients: huile de coco, épaule de porc (crosse), ail, oignon jaune, bouillon de volaille, tomatillos, jalapenos ou autres poivrons, cumin, flocons de piment rouge, sel, poivre, coriandre, limes.

Cette recette fait un peu, donc si vous vous préparez pour 1-2 personnes, transférez la moitié de la viande dans un récipient de stockage au congélateur et congelez jusqu’à ce que vous soyez prêt à en profiter à nouveau.

Paleo Porc effiloché

– Anya’s Eats

Ingrédients: rôti d’épaule de porc, paprika, poudre de chili, cumin, poivre noir, poivre blanc, poivre de Cayenne, moutarde séchée, sel.

Cette recette de porc effiloché est en rotation régulière dans notre maison. Si vous ne l’avez pas encore remarqué, je ne suis pas du genre pour les recettes de fantaisie avec un million d’étapes et une tonne d’ingrédients compliqués. Je suis tout au sujet de la grande saveur simple réalisée de manière minimale mais stratégique. Ce porc effiloché n’est peut-être pas aussi traditionnel que la viande fumée, mais il freine certainement mes envies de barbecue.

Salade de tacos au porc effiloché

– Anya’s Eats

Ingrédients: porc effiloché, laitue romaine, pico de gallo, guacamole, poivron rouge, oignon, assaisonnement Adobo au palais primaire, huile d’avocat, ranch sud-ouest de Tessemae ou vinaigrette de votre choix.

Pendant des années, j’étais obsédé par les salades de chipotle. Et quand je dis obsédé, je le pense vraiment. Pendant un an ou deux, je ne pense pas qu’il y ait eu une semaine où je n’en ai pas pris un pour le dîner. C’était rapide, relativement peu coûteux et par rapport à certains autres endroits de «restauration rapide», Chipotle a des normes de qualité bien meilleures (mais toujours pas excellentes). Cependant, j’ai des problèmes digestifs depuis aussi longtemps que je me souvienne et j’ai un estomac assez sensible

Le rôti de porc Crockpot le plus facile au monde

– La vie est pleine

Ingrédients: rôti de crosse de porc, aminos de noix de coco, mélange d’épices.

Ce rôti de porc est incroyablement simple – il suffit de le jeter dans la mijoteuse et de l’oublier!

Porc au curry et noix de coco à la mijoteuse

– Paléoly

Ingrédients: viande de ragoût de porc, poudre de curry, cumin moulu, curcuma, sel, oignons, ail, gingembre, tomates, lait de coco, bouillon d’os, persil, riz au chou-fleur.

Voici une recette de mijoteuse rapide et facile avec beaucoup de saveurs. Aussi – si vous aimez les bienfaits du curcuma pour la santé mais que vous ne vous voyez pas en manger tous les jours, pensez à essayer notre supplément de curcuma Apaiser.

Cétogène Beef Crockpot Recipes

Cétogène Slow Cooker Brisket Chili

– Sommet Cétogène

Cétogène Slow Cooker Brisket Chili

Ingrédients: poitrine de boeuf, huile d’olive, oignon, ail, champignons, poivron vert, cumin moulu, poudre de chili, bouillon de boeuf, tomates, sel, poivre noir moulu, persil plat.

Suivre un régime céto ne devrait pas signifier que vous avez faim tout le temps. Ce chili riche et profondément parfumé vous laissera rassasié et satisfait. Si vous êtes nouveau sur la poitrine, cette recette est excellente à essayer. C’est une touche amusante au piment de boeuf traditionnel.

Cétogène Crockpot Beef Stroganoff

– Sommet Cétogène

Cétogène Crockpot Beef Stroganoff

Ingrédients: rôti de boeuf, oignon, ail, persil, champignons blancs, bouillon de poulet aux champignons Kettle & Fire, sel, poivre, concombre, lait / crème de coco, moutarde de Dijon, sel, persil.

J’adore utiliser un mijoteuse à tout moment de l’année, mais pendant les mois les plus froids, cela semble particulièrement parfait. Et une copieuse recette de stroganoff au bœuf Cétogène est à la fois chaleureuse et délicieuse. Et il y a l’avantage supplémentaire de rendre cela plus facile dans la mijoteuse.

Rôti de pot Cétogène à la mijoteuse facile

– Sommet Cétogène

Rôti de pot Cétogène à la mijoteuse facile

Ingrédients: rôti de boeuf, branches de céleri, carotte, oignon, gousses d’ail, bouillon de boeuf, assaisonnement à l’italienne.

Cette recette de rôti de pot Cétogène facile à préparer est un excellent dîner en milieu de semaine! Cela ne prendra pas trop de temps dans votre journée et vous fournira un repas copieux pour terminer la semaine de travail.

Ragoût de boeuf instantané Cétogène

– Sommet Cétogène

Cétogène Instant Pot Beef Stew

Ingrédients: morceaux de ragoût de boeuf, carottes, tomates, oignons, bouillon de boeuf, sauce tamari sans gluten ou noix de coco aminos, champignons (facultatifs), persil.

C’est copieux, c’est délicieux, et ça vous réchauffe au cœur. Alors, quel pourrait être le problème avec un petit ragoût de boeuf? Ce ragoût de boeuf instantané Cétogène vous donne exactement ce que vous voulez, sans tous les glucides.

Bœuf râpé à cuisson lente Cétogène

– Sommet Cétogène

Boeuf râpé à cuisson lente Cétogène

Ingrédients: rôti de boeuf, huile d’olive, oignons rouges et verts, gousses d’ail, gingembre frais, vinaigre, bouillon de boeuf, sauce tomate, sauce tamari sans gluten ou amandes de noix de coco, érythritol, feuilles de laitue iceberg.

Cette recette de bœuf râpé à cuisson lente Cétogène est si bonne que vous oublierez que vous suivez un régime.

Cétogène Crockpot Spaghetti and Pesto Meatballs

– Sommet Cétogène

Boulettes de viande au spaghetti et au pesto Cétogène

Ingrédients: ground beef, olive oil, beef broth, basil leaves, pine nuts (or walnuts), garlic cloves, lemon zest and juice, salt, pepper, zucchinis, ground black pepper.

This keto crockpot spaghetti and pesto meatballs recipe has flavor at every turn! The pesto really livens up what might otherwise be an ordinary meatball.

Simple Bone Broth

– Paleo Flourish

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Ingrédients: bones, water, apple cider vinegar.

I spent a large part of the day listening to and discussing natural health through food and nutrition, and bone broth definitely came up several times! So, it seems fitting to share with you my bone broth recipe.

Slow Cooker Asian Pot Roast

– Paleo Flourish

Slow Cooker Asian Pot Roast

Ingrédients: beef round roast, coconut aminos, beef broth, salt, onion powder or minced onion, garlic powder, dried or fresh cilantro leaves, star of anise, Szechuan peppercorns.

This is such a versatile pot roast! You can cook it and then freeze it for a few weeks so that it’s available whenever you’re out of food. It’s also great to use in random stir-fries with some vegetables or in a salad.

Paleo Crock Pot Oxtail with Mustard Gravy

– Paleo Flourish

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Ingrédients: oxtail, chicken broth, dijon mustard, salt.

I really love oxtail (it’s so tender and flavorful), and I’ve been lucky that it’s so plentiful in the UK! I see it at the butcher’s all the time, whereas I had to special order it in New York from my local butchers there.

Paleo Slow Cooker Oxtail Stew

– Paleo Flourish

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Ingrédients: oxtail, water, tomatoes, garlic, paprika, salt.

The first time I made oxtail stew, it turned out not that great. It was a similar recipe to the one below, but I put all the ingredients into the slow cooker. And it came out all watery and not very flavorful. I had given up on oxtail stews until my friend in London made me some delicious oxtail stew in the slow cooker!

Paleo Ropa Vieja

– Paleo Flourish

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Ingrédients: flank steak, coconut oil, olive oil, white wine vinegar, sea salt, cilantro, parsley, garlic, tomato paste, peppers, onion flakes (or onion powder), garlic powder, oregano, cumin powder.

Everything is so much easier in the slow cooker. So, I decided to try making ropa vieja in the slow cooker too! In fact, it’s so easy I’ve already made this dish several times over the past few weeks.

Slow Cooked Corned Beef Brisket and Roasted Cabbage

– Slim Palate

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Photo Credit: Josh from Slim Palate

Ingrédients: corned beef brisket, onion, carrot, celery stalk, chicken or beef stock, green cabbage, avocado oil, salt, pepper.

Corned beef is something that is really special when you brine it yourself. Doing the brining yourself can be a bit of a hassle but is incredibly self-satisfying. Something about waiting that long makes it taste so much better, not including the fact that you brined it.

Slow Cooker Beef Stroganoff

– Balancing Paleo

Ingrédients: beef stew meat, salt, pepper, garlic powder, paprika, thyme, onion powder, mushrooms, onion, coconut cream, red wine vinegar.

Beef Stroganoff has been around for 150 years or so. It has stood the test of time for sure, sometimes disappearing for a while but always coming back into vogue. While I prefer other cooking methods for dishes that need to keep their distinct flavors and brightness, I’m a big fan of the slow cooker for cozy dishes like Stroganoff. You can always add some brightness with parsley, lemon zest, or zoodles as your base.

Spicy Beef Curry

– That Paleo Couple

Ingrédients: beef chuck, white onion, curry powder, garlic, ginger, whole fat coconut milk, salt, chili sauce.

This is a really hearty curry that has a nice heat to pair with the winter weather, although I’d eat this year round. Beef chuck is one of the less expensive cuts at our market, and it was great to use it in something that wasn’t another slow cooker pot roast. This takes about an hour to make, but boy is it worth it.

Cétogène Crockpot Pulled Beef Rolls

– Cétogène Summit

Cétogène Crockpot Pulled Beef Rolls

Ingrédients: olive oil, onion, chuck roast, hot beef broth, tomato paste, gluten-free tamari sauce or coconut aminos, erythritol, chives, coconut flour, almond flour, psyllium husks, baking soda, baking powder, garlic powder, salt, eggs, water, ghee.

There may be a lot of effort that goes into these pulled beef rolls, but they are so worth it! Since carbs aren’t something you should be dreaming about on a Cétogène diet, we’ve created these tasty, keto-friendly rolls to enjoy without guilt. The perfect choice for a casual get-together with friends.

Bacon Cabbage Chuck Beef Stew

– The Nourished Caveman

Bacon Cabbage Chuck Roast Stew: Paleo Comfort Food!

Photo Credit: Vivica from The Nourished Caveman

Ingrédients: bacon, chuck roast, red onions, garlic, cabbage, Celtic sea salt, black pepper, thyme, beef bone broth.

Did you know cabbage is one of the healthiest foods you can eat? Just add some delicious bacony flavor, and a nice chunk of grass-finished beef to complete the picture, a perfect beef stew! Beef stew is the perfect combination to come out of a slow-cooker!

How To Make Beef Bone Broth

– Health Starts in the Kitchen

Ingrédients: grass-fed beef bones, apple cider vinegar, salt, pepper, filtered water.

Bone broth is known as a superfood. The cooking process breaks down bones and connective tissues – including proteins, minerals, and fat – that heal the body in various ways. Today, I’m talking specifically about Beef Bone Broth, but the same basic principals apply to the chicken bone broth which I will cover in a separate post soon.

Slow Cooker Middle Eastern Beef

– Craving 4 More

Ingrédients: beef brisket, Sea salt, pepper, fennel seeds, whole cloves, whole peppercorns, cumin powder, cardamom powder, ground cinnamon, tomato paste, onion, bone broth, coconut vinegar or apple cider vinegar.

I don’t have a great deal of experience with slow cooker meals, but savor the warmth and aromatic bliss of the slow-cooked result in the colder months of winter. I also very much enjoy robust flavors, full of intention and dialogue with each forkful.

Cétogène Slow Cooked Beef Casserole

– Cétogène Summit

Cétogène Slow Cooked Beef Casserole

Ingrédients: beef stew cubes, avocado oil, garlic, gluten-free tamari sauce or coconut aminos, bone broth (or beef broth), green bell pepper, zucchini, tomato, red onion, salt and pepper.

This yummy casserole makes a super-rich and hearty meal and it features one of our favorite meats, tender beef. The ideal dinner recipe for the cold winter months – comfort food at it’s finest.

Nose to Tail Slow Cooker Beef Rendang

– Gorgeously Grain Free

Ingrédients: desiccated coconut, dried birds eye chilies, ground cumin, ground coriander, turmeric powder, salt, water, garlic, shallots, red chilies, coconut oil, kafir lime leaves, lemongrass, coconut cream, cinnamon stick, tamarind paste, stevia liquid, beef cheek, oxtail, cilantro leaves.

I wasn’t exactly sure what on earth I was going to make with these random cow parts, so I had a flip through some of my favorite recipe books to get ideas. Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey piqued my interest as I already had some bits and pieces from the Thai supermarket lurking in the fridge. I decided I would make my own take on his Beef Rendang recipe (a Malaysian curry).

Rich Hearty Slow Cooked Oxtail

– Forever Fit

Ingrédients: oxtail, sea salt, black pepper, onions, leeks, celery, carrots, thyme, rosemary, bay leaves, garlic, tomato paste, beef broth.

I do love oxtail. When cooked correctly it really is incredible. Absolutely jam-packed with flavor and it gets all gooey and caramelized like making it hard to stop at just one. The key is to cook it slow and cook with simple flavor packed ingredients.

Slow Cooker Mexican Beef Stew

– Craving 4 More

Ingrédients: beef stew meat, red onion, garlic, beefsteak tomatoes, green chiles, chili powder, oregano, cumin, Sea salt, pepper, broth, water.

ATTENTION! This will make your house smell amazing and you may find yourself writhing with desire until the slow cooker completes its task. Oh, and you may not want to stop eating…. In all seriousness, this is pretty amazing.

Slow Cooker Spicy Indian Beef Roast

– My Heart Beets

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Ingrédients: red onions, coconut oil, black mustard seeds, fine sea salt, beef roast, curry leaves, lemon juice, garlic, ginger, serrano pepper, meat masala, coriander powder, Kashmiri chili powder, turmeric powder, black peppercorns, coconut slices or coconut flakes.

This Slow Cooker Spicy Indian Beef Roast recipe is my take on a very popular beef dish served in Kerala (Kerala Beef Fry). It’s flavorful and spicy – made with curry leaves and frozen coconut slices (which can easily be found at any Indian grocery store).

Meaty Paleo Chili

– Swiss Paleo

Ingrédients: ground, chicken sausages, chili powder, cumin, dried oregano, cinnamon, tomatoes, tomato paste, onions, Anaheim peppers, poblano pepper, green olives, garlic, salt, pepper.

Back in my pre-paleo days, we used to make a vegetarian chili full of beans. I don’t know what I was thinking because this meat-filled chili is so much better! And, chili without beans = no chili farts…your friends and family will thank you.

Spaghetti Squash and Meatballs in Marinara Sauce

– Freerange Human

Ingrédients: ground beef, ground pork, eggs, almond flour, onion, garlic powder, oregano, smoked paprika, basil, salt, pepper, marinara sauce, squash.

A classic home-cooked favorite of most people I think is spaghetti and meatballs. The marinara sauce is the easiest thing to convert into a paleo rendition, but the other two are well-known foods that contain flours and other sorts of non-paleo fare. The most common way around the spaghetti (and most kinds of pasta) is using the spaghetti squash. The meatballs can be a little tricky sometimes but when done right, you’d never know the difference.

Paleo Slow Cooker Shin Beef with Celeriac Smash

– Paleo Polly

Ingrédients: shin beef, beef dripping, carrots, onion, celery sticks, beef stock, cumin, salt, pepper, celeriac, mixed winter herbs (thyme/ bay leaf/ parsley).

Here’s a super easy, comforting & warming recipe, perfect for a midweek. Flavorsome, thrifty, gelatinous shin beef and gorgeous beef dripping! Makes everything taste amazing!

Easy Slow Cooker Taco Meat

– Rubies and Radishes

Ingrédients: ground beef, tomato paste, chili powder, cumin, sea salt, black pepper, coriander, dried oregano, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, crushed red pepper.

Here is another easy slow cooker recipe for you – taco meat! Taco meat is a Paleo favorite of ours. We make a big batch and enjoy it throughout the week. Taco salad is one of our favorite ways to eat it, but it’s also really good with eggs or tossed with a bunch of roasted veggies.

Crockpot Ground Beef Minestrone Soup

– Confessions of an Overworked Mom

Ingrédients: beef, zucchini, yellow onion, carrot, celery, vegetable broth, tomatoes, garlic, dried oregano, dried basil.

This Crockpot Ground Beef Minestrone Soup is the perfect meal for a busy fall night. It’s one that I’ve been making for years and taking with me to lunch when I worked in an office. Now that I work at home, I store it in Mason jars in the refrigerator for a healthy, hot meal during the day. For those that follow the Paleo lifestyle, you’ll be happy to learn that this Paleo Minestrone Soup is something you can enjoy as well.

Slow Cooked, Grass Fed Beef Chili

– Frisky Lemon

Ingrédients: beef, onion, carrots, celery stalks, garlic, tomatoes, tomatoes, chili powder, cumin, smoked paprika, cayenne pepper, sea salt.

Let me start by saying M loves chili. I made this recipe for M’s work Christmas party and he’s been asking for it ever since. To make it detox friendly, this chili is sans legumes (no beans, people), and doubly meaty and therefore, doubly delicious.

Spicy Paleo Slow Cooker Chili (without Chili Powder)

– Oh Snap! Let’s Eat

Ingrédients: onion, green pepper, portobello mushrooms, garlic, paprika, cayenne pepper, jalapeños, ground beef, tomatoes, butter or ghee, salt, pepper.

Chili is perfect for a lazy, chilly, rainy day, especially if you can make it in the slow cooker. It was exactly chili weather the other day so I was definitely craving it… the only issue was I didn’t have any chili powder laying around! Doesn’t matter to me, because I can make paleo slow cooker chili without any chili powder!

Easy Meatball Crock Pot Recipe

– Grassfed Girl

Ingrédients: ground beef, cumin, paprika, sea salt, pepper, bone broth, tomato paste, fresh parsley, cauliflower, butter or ghee.

This is perfect for when you are on the go. You can set up the slow cooker with this great Paleo recipe then run to a few shops and come home and they will be ready to eat. I made cauliflower mash to serve them with which is a great low carb, paleo substitute for mashed potatoes.

Triple Meat Chili

– Paleo Dish

Ingrédients: coconut/olive oil, ground beef, ground pork, flank steak, tomatoes, beef broth, garlic, mushroom, carrots, white onion, celery, broccoli, zucchini, red pepper, ground chipotle chilies, chili powder, fresh cilantro, jalapeños.

In true Paleo style, there are no beans in this chili, but I still wanted to give it that thick and chunky texture. To do this, I went crazy with the meat…a TRIFECTA, which included lean ground beef, steak, and sausage. Heaven!

Bone Broth for Bounce

– Cavewoman Cafe

Ingrédients: bones with marrow and joints, apple cider vinegar, onion, carrots, celery ribs, rosemary or other herbs, cold filtered water.

Homemade broths are so much different than the store-bought ones. The most profound difference you will notice is that the store-bought broth is easy to pour out of those neat little containers. Homemade broths take on an interesting metamorphous and are jelly-like, no pouring these broths!

Paleo Pot Roast Recipe

– Paleo On A Budget

Ingrédients: stew meat, onion, carrots, butternut squash, tomatoes, mushrooms, chicken stock, basil, oregano, cumin, apple cider vinegar, salt, pepper.

This is serious as yummy as it sounds! And wicked, wicked easy. And it’s a Slow Cooker Recipe! It’s like an epic win on so many levels.

Cétogène Chicken Crockpot Recipes

Cétogène Crockpot Garlic Chicken

– Cétogène Summit

Cétogène Crockpot Garlic Chicken

Ingrédients: olive oil, chicken thighs (with skin on), garlic, chicken broth, salt, freshly ground black pepper, chives.

No excuses! This Cétogène crockpot garlic chicken recipe is so simple and delicious that everyone should try it! It’s the perfect starter recipe for your ketogenic diet.

Cétogène Crockpot Shredded Chicken

– Cétogène Summit

Cétogène Crockpot Shredded Chicken

Ingrédients: chicken breasts, chicken broth, garlic cloves, onion, salt, pepper, Italian seasoning.

A tasty Cétogène dinner with only minutes of prep time? You got it! This slow cooker shredded chicken is perfect for busy days when you have no time for cooking.

Asian Cétogène Crockpot Chicken Thighs

– Cétogène Summit

Asian Cétogène Crockpot Chicken Thighs

Ingrédients: chicken thighs (with skin on), onion, tamari sauce, water, garlic cloves, salt, pepper, green onion, sesame seeds.

Many Chinese food recipes include sugar, especially in making the sauce. This Cétogène version is sugar-free, and you won’t miss it, at all!

Cétogène Slow Cooker Chicken Enchilada Soup

– Cétogène Summit

Cétogène Slow Cooker Chicken Enchilada Soup

Ingrédients: olive oil, red onion, cumin powder, cayenne pepper, garlic cloves, chicken breasts, dried oregano, chicken broth, diced tomatoes, yellow bell pepper, salt, pepper, tomato, avocado, cilantro, red chili pepper.

If you’ve been missing Mexican food while on a Cétogène diet, diet, this soup is a must! It’s rich, warm, and extremely satisfying- with all those great enchilada flavors!

Milky Cétogène Chicken Feet Stock

– Cétogène Summit

Milky Cétogène Chicken Feet Stock

Ingrédients: chicken feet, ginger, carrots, onions, ribs of celery, garlic cloves, salt, pepper.

While chicken feet is not your typical Cétogène ingredient, it does make amazing stock! With this recipe, you’ll create a gelatinous milky stock that you can use as a base for all your soups and stews.

Slow Cooker Chicken Adobo

– Paleo Flourish

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Ingrédients: chicken drumsticks, onion, garlic, gluten-free tamari soy sauce, apple cider vinegar, green onion, cauliflower rice.

If you haven’t come across this dish, then you have to give it a try! Adobo is considered to be (unofficially) the Philippines’ national dish. Although the word adobo comes originally from the Spanish word ‘adobar’, which means to marinade, the recipe dates back to before the Philippines was colonized by the Spanish.

Cétogène Slow Cooker Lemon Chicken and Mushrooms

– Cétogène Summit

Cétogène Slow Cooker Lemon Chicken and Mushrooms Recipe #keto https://ketosummit.com/keto-slow-cooker-lemon-chicken-mushrooms-recipe

Ingrédients: lemons, chicken thighs, salt, olive oil, white button mushrooms, chicken stock, fresh thyme, ground black pepper.

Here’s a delicious recipe for fresh lemon chicken with a glaze, perfect for spring and summer. To be honest, any time of year is a great time to try this recipe – it’s super yummy!

Slow Cooker Paleo Chicken Broth

– Paleo Flourish

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Ingrédients: whole chicken, salt, black pepper.

I was at Butcher Bar a few days ago perusing their selection of grass fed beef when I spied some pasture-raised chicken on the top shelf. It came to $12 for the chicken, but it’s worth it to know where the meat came from!

Homemade Thai Chicken Soup

– Paleo Flourish

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Ingrédients: whole chicken, lemongrass, basil leaves, ginger, lime, salt.

I love making chicken broth in the slow cooker and after having some amazing Thai Chicken and Rice with Chicken Soup in Portland, I had to go make a Paleo version to enjoy at home! It’s a simple process – place everything into the slow cooker and leave overnight.

Slow Cooker Paleo Jerk Chicken

– Paleo Flourish

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Ingrédients: chicken, salt, paprika, cayenne pepper, onion powder, thyme, white, pepper, garlic powder, black pepper.

The word, “jerk” originates from Spanish words meaning dried meat (hence the food beef jerky). So jerk chicken, which is a popular dish in Jamaica (see photo above), is made with a spicy, dry rub. Although this dish is traditionally grilled, it’s actually much easier in the slow cooker! Just rub the spices on the chicken and cook away.

Slow Cooker Bacon Chicken

– Paleo Flourish

Slow Cooker Bacon & Chicken

Ingrédients: chicken, bacon, thyme (dried), oregano, rosemary, olive oil, salt.

I had a bunch of uncooked bacon left over and I wanted to use it in a dish that didn’t involve frying more bacon! And so I turned to the slow cooker. But what would it go well within the slow cooker, I pondered…chicken!

Easy Slow Cooker Curry – 2 Ways

– Rubies and Radishes

Ingrédients: chicken thighs, coconut milk or homemade coconut milk, green curry paste.

Today I am going to share with you a couple of “recipes” that we rely on when life gets hectic. When I have the time, I love taking the extra few minutes to do things like brown the meat and saute the vegetables before adding them to the slow cooker. Having some ideas for really easy slow-cooker meals can make all the difference in keeping you on track with your healthy Paleo lifestyle.

Slow Cooker Lemongrass and Coconut Chicken Drumsticks

– Nom Nom Paleo

Ingrédients: chicken drumsticks, lemongrass, garlic, ginger, coconut milk, Red Boat fish sauce, coconut aminos, five-spice powder, onion, scallions, Kosher salt, black pepper.

If you have leftover lemongrass and coconut milk in the pantry, you can make a slow cooker chicken drumstick dish with these ingredients. Add some five-spice powder and throw the ingredients in the slow cooker instead of the oven.

Crockpot Chicken Yellow Curry

– Steph Gaudreau

Ingrédients: boneless chicken breasts or thighs, onion, carrots, green beans, broccoli, tomatoes, and red bell pepper, full-fat coconut milk, tomatoes, cumin, coriander, ginger, garlic powder, cinnamon, cayenne pepper, water, salt.

Crockpots do everything for you…except clean up. Put it in and walk away…What resulted was a warm, filling, and savory curry that’s not at all spicy hot. Best part, it’s free from the weird ingredients found in most premixed curry pastes. and you don’t have to worry about that lonesome jar of rarely used curry powder getting stale because you’ve made it fresh.

When shopping for green beans, take a tip from Registered Dietitian Natalie Butler, RD. “Fresh green beans are the healthiest option. Look for beans that are bright green and free of black spots and blemishes. The beans should not be flimsy. For the most nutritional benefits, eat fresh green beans as soon as possible after harvesting or purchasing.”

Easy Crock Pot Roasted Chicken With Lemon Parsley Butter

– I Breathe I’m Hungry

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Ingrédients: chicken, water, kosher salt, black pepper, lemon, butter or ghee, parsley.

So, you’ve got your crock pot – now what? This is the perfect recipe for the newbie because you don’t have to do anything but put the ingredients into the pot and set it. Cooking the chicken this way results in the most meltingly tender and juicy meat ever!

Crockpot Kalua Chicken Tacos (omit the Mango Salsa)

– So Let’s Hang Out

Ingrédients: chicken thighs, Hawaiian sea salt, liquid smoke, guacamole, butter lettuce leaves or a leaf of your choice.

I threw some chicken thighs into a slow cooker with some Hawaiian sea salt and some liquid smoke. This is going to make Kalua Chicken.

Slow Cooker Split Chicken Breast with Onions and Mushrooms

– The B Keeps Us Honest

Ingrédients: onions, mushrooms, chicken breasts, chicken broth, thyme, salt, pepper.

I found a really great deal on some Split Chicken Breasts the other day so I bought them not really know how I was going to use them. With most bone-in meats I prefer to use the slow cooker so I started my online research for slow cooker split chicken breasts to see how long I needed to cook them. Then I checked out the fridge to see what we had available and voila this recipe was born.

Slow Cooker Chicken Stock

– Everyday Maven

Ingrédients: chicken carcasses from roasted chicken, raw backs, necks and wings, apple cider vinegar, water, kosher salt.

I’ll be the first to admit that I used to buy chicken stock (or broth or whatever you want to call it) almost as often as I made it. I’ve mentioned some of my favorite brands before and while I do still keep a carton or two in the pantry for emergencies, it is now rare that I use a store-bought stock of any kind in most of my cooking.

Crockpot Chicken Stock

– Cook Eat Paleo

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Ingrédients: chicken carcass, onion, carrots, celery stalks, apple cider vinegar, water.

Crockpot chicken stock is unbelievably simple. Just put chicken bones, some vegetables and water in the slow cooker and turn it on. You really can’t do it wrong. It’s the easiest way to make chicken stock, and it’s so much better than store-bought.

Summer Slow Cooker Lemon Chicken With Rosemary

– The Organic Kitchen

Ingrédients: olive oil, butter, ghee or coconut oil, chicken thighs, sea salt, black pepper, coconut or almond flour, onions, carrots, garlic, rosemary, lemon juice, chicken broth, lemon.

I adapted this recipe from the Cuisinart Multi-Cooker Cookbook. It is a light but savory summer crockpot dish. If you are using a regular slow cooker you will need to brown the chicken and sauté the onions and garlic in a separate pan.

Crockpot Chicken Stock

– Life Made Full

Ingrédients: chicken carcass, onion, bay leaves, salt, ground pepper, water.

I love having homemade chicken stock in my freezer. Any time someone in our family starts getting the sniffles or feels under the weather, I whip out a jar of it and watch as they slowly savor each sip. I decided to try making some crockpot chicken stock so that I could just put it in overnight and not have to think about it until the next morning. I’ll never go back to using the stovetop for stock again!

Slow Cooker Salsa Chicken (Contains Dairy)

– AIP Sisterhood

Ingrédients: chicken thighs, salsa or pico de gallo, salad greens, shredded cheese.

This is a slow cooker recipe, and anyone who has known me long enough to have one conversation on the topic of convenience cooking knows that I have a deep love affair with my crock-pot. Especially when I used to teach daycare full time.

Slow Cooker Mexican Chicken Soup

– Once a Month Meals

Ingrédients: chicken broth/stock, carrot, onion, garlic, Roma tomato, jalapeño, tomato juice, cumin, coriander, chili powder, sea salt, cilantro, chicken, lime, avocado.

With plenty of protein, vegetables, and spice, Slow Cooker Mexican Chicken Soup makes a tasty paleo dinner easy to come by on busy days.

Slow Cooker Chocolate Chicken Mole

– A Girl Worth Saving

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Ingrédients: chicken, salt, pepper, ghee, onion, garlic, tomatoes, New Mexico chili, almond butter, dark chocolate, sea salt, cumin powder, cinnamon powder, guajillo chili powder, avocado, cilantro, and jalapeño.

When this recipe for Chocolate Chicken Mole was bubbling away in the slow cooker, my stomach would not stop constantly screaming to eat. I felt like it had turned into a toddler having a temper tantrum over some candy. I could not wait to inhale this deliciousness that my friend Arsy, from Rubies and Radishes, had created for her cookbook The Paleo Foodie Cookbook. It was so stinking good, I ate seconds.

Slow Cooker Coconut Curried Chicken

– Real Food Forager

Ingrédients: chicken, onion, carrots, garlic, curry powder, mustard, coconut cream, chicken stock, ghee or butter, salt.

I’m in love with my slow cooker and I’ve lately been in love with curry. This recipe for Slow Cooker Coconut Curried Chicken is one of my favorites!

Healthy Buffalo Chicken Dip (Contains Dairy)

– Delicious By Dre

Ingrédients: cream cheese, Greek yogurt, ranch dips seasoning, frank’s red hot, chicken, mozzarella cheese.

Last year, my husband and I attended a super bowl Sunday party and I was introduced to buffalo chicken dip for the first time, ever. (i know, I’m a little behind.) I was so delighted at this new “high protein” dip that I asked for the recipe. It was appalling. I couldn’t believe I had even eaten it! So this year, I’m taking control by hosting my own super bowl party and making my own healthy version of this delicious buffalo chicken dip. It’s amazing. And totally not healthy tasting!

2 – Ingredient Paleo Crockpot Chicken

– Bravo For Paleo

Ingrédients: chicken breasts, salsa verde.

Crockpots are the BEST! It takes only 5 minutes to assemble this recipe. Then I can leave it cooking while I run errands, go to class, or workout, and it’s ready by dinner time. It’s so simple, just chicken breasts and salsa verde.

Nutrient Dense Bone Broth

– The Coconut Mama

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Ingrédients: chicken bones, carrots, onions, celery, sea salt, vinegar, water.

Bone broth is one of the healthiest foods we can consume. If made properly, it will be rich in minerals like calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium. Bone broth is also a great source of gelatin.

Crockpot Thai Chicken Curry

– Sarah Lynn Smile

Ingrédients: coconut milk, chicken stock, chicken thighs, red curry paste, coconut aminos, fish sauce, garlic cloves, salt, pepper, red pepper flakes, frozen mixed veggies.

So I’m a huge fan of Thai curries and I’m a little picky when it comes to it. I’ve tried a lot of recipes and FINALLY put together one I could get excited about!

Other Cétogène Crockpot Recipes

Cétogène Slow Cooker Rosemary Lamb Meatballs

– Cétogène Summit

Cétogène Slow Cooker Rosemary Lamb Meatballs

Ingrédients: ground lamb, olive oil, onion, white button mushrooms, diced tomatoes, sprigs of thyme, sprigs of rosemary, beef broth, salt, pepper, Cauliflower mash (to serve).

This delicious lamb dish features a subtle hint of rosemary. Serve it over cauliflower mash or cauliflower rice to soak up all its delicious juices!

Slow Cooker Spaghetti Squash Shrimp Scampi

– Fit Slow Cooker Queen

Ingrédients: spaghetti squash, shrimp, broth, onion, lemon-garlic seasoning, ghee.

Spaghetti squash and shrimp cook together in the slow cooker for this healthy & delicious low-carb alternative to shrimp scampi!

Onion & Bison Soup

– Life as a Dreger

Ingrédients: red onions, bison roast, beef stock, sherry, thyme, bay leaf, olive oil, salt, pepper.

One of our favorite pre-Primal/Paleo soups was a good homemade French Onion soup served with a couple of slices of toasted baguette topped with broiled Provolone cheese. By removing the bread and cheese and adding in some great protein, in this case, bison, we have transformed a soup that was previously an excuse to eat cheese toast into a hearty Paleo meal.

Rabbit and Andouille Sausage Stew

– Life as a Dreger

Ingrédients: rabbit, Andouille sausage or other spicy smoked sausages, onion, carrots, mushrooms, chicken stock, red pepper flakes, cayenne, black pepper, paprika, coconut oil or ghee.

This is a very easy slow cooker recipe that produces a very tender and succulent rabbit. The flavor of the andouille sausage is a great feature in this otherwise very basic stew recipe.

Attukal Paya (Lamb’s Feet Soup)

– The Domestic Man

Ingrédients: lamb’s feet, onion, tomatoes, coriander, black peppercorns, cayenne pepper, turmeric, ginger, garlic, bay leaf, water, salt, cilantro.

Attukal Paya (sometimes spelled as Aattukaal Paya or just Paya) is a hearty soup made with lamb, sheep, or goat feet served in South India. What fascinates me about this dish is that it’s often served for breakfast – initially this sounded strange to me, but the more I thought about it, the more it made sense; why not start your day out with some nutritious bone broth soup?

Slow Cooker Sausage and Vegetable Ratatouille

– Everyday Maven

Ingrédients: spicy Italian sausage, red bell pepper, eggplant, zucchini, yellow onion, garlic, pasta sauce, kosher salt, fresh basil.

This Slow Cooker Sausage and Vegetable Ratatouille are ridiculously easy, loaded with vegetables, dairy free, paleo and can be served alongside a simple side salad, over cauliflower rice, regular rice or even some zucchini noodles!

Slow Cooker Sausage and Peppers

– Everyday Maven

Ingrédients: garlic, yellow onions, green bell peppers, kosher salt, Italian seasoning, dried oregano, red pepper flakes, tomatoes, cold water, bay leaf, Italian sausage links (mild or spicy), Italian parsley.

Traditionally, this is a dish I make on the stove top, slowly cooking down the onions and peppers and then the sausage. I would make a homemade red sauce in another pot and serve everything together with the sauce spooned over-top.

Slow Cooker Breakfast Frittata

– Once a Month Meals

Ingrédients: spinach, bell pepper, onion, egg, black pepper, sea salt, sausage.

This Paleo Slow Cooker Breakfast Frittata is another triumph of the slow cooker freezer meal! Packed with vegetables and homemade sausage, it makes a satisfying and healthy breakfast effortless.

Shrimp Fra Diavolo Slow Cooker

– Cavegirl Cuisine

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Ingrédients: avocado oil, onion, garlic, red pepper flakes, roasted tomatoes, parsley, pepper, shrimp.

This paleo Shrimp Fra Diavolo recipe is from page 208 of The Everything Weeknight Paleo Cookbook, edited by Michelle Fagone (Cavegirl Cuisine). Serve this spicy sauce over hot “Paleo pasta,” that is, spaghetti squash.

Slow-Cooker Garlicky Shrimp

– The Washington Post

Ingrédients: olive oil, garlic, paprika, salt, black pepper, crushed red pepper flakes, raw shrimp, flat-leaf parsley.

The gentle heat of the slow cooker is terrific for producing shrimp that are not overcooked. The poaching oil gets a 30-minute head start to develop flavor and soften the raw garlic. For easy, hands-on eating, leave the tails on the shrimp.

The Best Homemade Stock

– This is so good…

Ingrédients: water, apple cider vinegar, onion, carrots, celery, garlic, peppercorns, bay leaves.

I can think of nothing more comforting, more nutritious, or more versatile then homemade stock. Learning to make your own stock is essential (in my opinion) to preparing truly healthful meals. The benefits of homemade stock are so numerous! Here are just a few reasons to want to make and consume some ASAP!

Slow Cooker Summer Veggies

– Once a Month Meals

Ingrédients: okra, grape tomatoes, onion, bell pepper, zucchini, mushrooms, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, basil, thyme.

These Slow Cooker Summer Veggies simmer in a balsamic marinade to make a fresh and tasty compliment for an Italian feast or evening at the grill.

Slow Cooker Curried Tomato Soup

– Seasonal & Savory

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Ingrédients: tomatoes, water, full-fat coconut milk, salt, curry powder, garlic, onion.

This soup is the perfect blend of late summer/early fall: loaded with ripe, garden tomatoes, but warming, easy, and full of flavor. This is a really lazy soup because during the semester the weekends are the only time I can really cook with leisure.

Cream of Celery Soup

– Forest and Fauna

Ingrédients: celery, yellow onion, coconut milk, water, dill, sea salt.

This cream of celery soup is a tribute to the vegan cream of potato soup that used to be a staple in my diet when I was in my 20’s and living on a teeny tiny budget. But this soup is full paleo, starch-free, and alkalizing too! It’s also super affordable to make. And it is super easy, especially if you got an Instant Pot for Christmas!!

15 Minute Tomato Basil Soup (Contains Dairy)

– Satisfying Eats

Ingrédients: whole tomatoes, garlic, basil leaves, dried thyme, onion powder, red pepper flakes, Kal Stevia, heavy cream, parmesan cheese.

Who says you can’t have soup in the summer (or when it is May and 90 something degrees outside!) I just love tomatoes and fresh basil I love making Tomato Bail Soup. I usually serve it warm but for tonight, I think I will serve it chilled.

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