Whether you are a novice or consider yourself as a professional chef, having a crockpot is a necessity. There can pretty much cook any type of food and are low maintenance.
For decades, slow cooker meals have been saving us all the time in the kitchen. And if you are on a keto diet, you will surely appreciate the crockpot for giving you time-saving recipes all the time.
Busy schedules prevent us from planning and preparing meals. However, meal planning and prepping are important for a keto diet. Otherwise, you are risking yourself to fall out of ketosis and go straight to carbs-ville!
But with a crockpot, you can just throw out your ingredients together, and at the end of the day, you will have a healthy, keto-friendly meal waiting for you!
So, let the crockpot do the whole cooking while you spend your time doing more important stuff.
Here are seven easy keto crockpot dinner recipes you should try!
Beef. Stew. Winter.
It is no secret that stews taste extra great during the chilly months. And this keto-friendly beef stew recipe is perfect for any weeknights! This would be a great recipe to add to your crockpot on a lazy, winter afternoon and then be able to come home with a ready to eat, hearty meal.
The longer it stews, then better it is, right?
You can serve it as it is or have a bed of cauliflower over it. Whatever you chose, I am pretty sure that you will not be disappointed.
When summer ends and fall comes in waving at you, nothing will taste better than a hearty, warm bowl of chili.
And whether you plan on hauling a batch in your crockpot to your Sunday morning tailgate or just want to enjoy a piping hot and comforting bowl of chili, this recipe will be your favorite fall recipe that will not go away anytime soon!
The classic loaded Texas chili has been replaced with dozens of other variations such as chicken chili, white chili, Whole-30 friendly chili, paleo no-bean chili or vegetarian chili. And with this recipe, highlights the white turkey chili for a complete keto-friendly meal. And if you are busy, you can just throw your ingredients in your crockpot and forget it until dinner.
What is more satisfying than chili on a chilly winter day? Another chili recipe, this keto-friendly chili recipe is the perfect comfort food you need to warm you up every evening.
Ditching the beans and replacing it with nutrient-dense ingredients such as grass-fed ground beef and bone broth, you will enjoy a flavorful dish without the carbs. Yummy and satisfying, you can use your crockpot that will offer you a more flavorful dish for dinner!
The classical roast is usually served with a good side serving of carbs, mostly potatoes. However, if you are on a keto diet, then you already know that potatoes are a big no-no!
So, with this perfect recipe, we removed those carb-laden sides. No one said that you cannot enjoy a pork roast without potatoes! It is low in carb, nutritious and the keto way to enjoy pork roast with an excellent taste profile!
If you do not own an Instant Pot then you can use a crockpot and let it cook by itself, providing you a warm, satisfying pork roast for dinner!
Another recipe that makes use of your crockpot is this crowd-pleasing and comforting taco soup. Perfect for busy days with colder weather or whenever your friends or family request for it, this recipe will easily become a favorite that is very easy to make and will sure to keep you in ketosis.
Not all Italian food is loaded with carbs and meat are all covered with cheese. In the Southern part of Italy, meals are usually light and offer tangy flavors with plenty of good fats.
And this lemon balsamic chicken recipe is borrowed from that Italian region with fresh and convenient flavors that are perfect for a keto-friendly meal. Requires a pressure cooker but can also be thrown in a crockpot, this recipe packs delicious balsamic vinegar and nutrient-dense lemon rind with zesty shredded chicken for the perfect “Buon appetite” meal!
Offering a special twist to the favorite Korean bulgogi, this one is perfect for keto dieters. This Korean marinated beef can be cooked for hours in the crockpot for more flavor and served with cauliflower rice, kimchi, soft-boiled eggs cucumber, for a keto-friendly Korean dish to share!