If you have a crockpot in your kitchen, you are officially set for the life of that crockpot. I’m being dead serious. It’s tough to beat awesome crockpot recipes. If you can combine the crockpot with keto then you are good to go.

You can cook anything you want. The limits of a crockpot are endless.

If you for some reason don’t have a crockpot, you need to get one ASAP.

This can probably be one of the most important cooking items anybody can have in their kitchen because of their versatility. Anything you can think of, soup, meats, vegetables, desserts, can be cooked in a crockpot.

Using one is very simple as well. There isn’t much finesse that has to go into using a crockpot, which is great news for all of you mediocre chefs out there.

11 Easy Keto Crockpot Recipes You’ll Love

The recipes you are about to see are simple and delicious.

What more could you want out of a recipe? Everyone wants something that’s easy to make but tastes like it came out of a fancy kitchen.

All you need to do is follow the instructions and you’ll see that the ease and convenience of a crockpot is something you’ll never get tired of.

Crockpot Shrimp Scampi

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If you enjoy seafood, then I’m sure you love the taste of shrimp.

Any seafood meal that includes shrimp is probably a favorite amongst all seafood lovers. Shrimp never seems to take away from a dish, no matter what the ingredients are.

Have a good time eating this scampi before other people can get their forks on it.

Fats: 14.7g
Proteins: 23.3g
Net Carbs: 2g

Pork Roast

Chimichurri pork roast crockpot keto recipe

Any kind of roast made in a crockpot is delicious regardless of the meat that’s used.

You always get a great blend of flavors since all of the ingredients cook together for so long.

The anticipation of eating this meal will become more and more intense because the smell will instantly make you hungry.

When you get to finally eat this pork roast, everything will just melt in your mouth. It’s something that gives you such a satisfied and relieved feeling. Your stomach and taste buds are sure to thank you for the service you have provided them.

Fats: 8g
Proteins: 17g
Net Carbs: 4g

Crockpot Chicken Lo Mein

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If you enjoy the occasional taste of Asian cuisine then you won’t be disappointed with this option.

Traditionally, lo mein is not a keto dish, but there is always some kind of keto alternative to almost any meal. That is what’s going on in this recipe.

If this wasn’t a keto friendly dish then there would be no way it makes this list.

You are guaranteed to like this dish if you are a person that usually goes for the lo mein option at any Chinese restaurant.

Fats: 8.1g
Proteins: 24.5g
Net Carbs: 1.5g

Crockpot Buffalo Chicken

Buffalo chicken has become a classic flavor that nearly everyone enjoys at least a little bit.

You may have never had this kind of flavor come out of a crockpot though.

Crockpots do an amazing job of holding all the juiciness and flavor of whatever is has in it. That’s what it’s doing with this recipe.

The chicken is going to be extremely juicy and adding that buffalo flavor might make this the best buffalo chicken you’ve ever had.

You will be all smiles with this recipe.

Fats: 8g
Proteins: 52g
Net Carbs: 1g

Cheese Stuffed Turkey Meatballs

Cheese stuffed turkey meatballs keto crockpot recipe

When you take a traditional meat and say that you’re stuffing it, the expectations for it automatically go up.

With this recipe, you’re taking traditional turkey meatballs and stuffing them with cheese. It may not sound like it’ll change much about the meatballs, but wait to be surprised.

After completing this recipe, you’ll be surprised by how much better these meatballs are just from the simple addition of adding cheese.

This is completely different than adding cheese on top of the meatballs. With the stuffed meatballs, you have a bit of cheese in each and every bite you take. You are going to love each bite of every meatball.

Macros (per 3 meatballs):
Fats: 18.3g
Proteins: 35.2g
Net Carbs: 3.9g

Crockpot Taco Soup

Who said Taco Tuesday actually had to have real tacos?

On a keto diet, tacos aren’t usually on the menu. Luckily for you, there is an alternative out there.

You aren’t going to get the crunch from a hard shell but you’ll still get all the flavors you know and love from a taco in soup form.

Real tacos are great, but have you ever had a taco that helps you lose weight?

Fats: 43g
Proteins: 33g
Net Carbs: 4g

Balsalmic Chicken Thighs

Balsamic chicken keto crockpot recipe

It’s a guarantee that this recipe will taste as good as it looks. Your mouth is probably watering already and that’s okay.

Having the chicken with the bone-in is going to give it that tiny bit of extra flavor that is crucial to the overall taste of the dish.

Although you should be careful, the meat is more than likely going to just fall off the bone. That’s just a sign that you made the chicken to perfection. So, expect the taste to be perfect as well.

Fats: 4g
Proteins: 20.1g
Net Carbs: 5.5g

Crock Pot Chicken Soup

This chicken soup can help get you through any sick day. Even when you aren’t sick, this can help get you through those cold and icy days that chill you to your core.

Most people love a good chicken soup and this is no exception. You’ll be enjoying every bite.

Yes, it’s okay to slurp something that tastes like this. All proper eating etiquette can go out the window.

Fats: 20g
Proteins: 22g
Net Carbs: 8g

Crockpot Ground Beef Eggplant Casserole

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Eggplant isn’t usually the first choice for anybody. When it’s not cooked properly eggplant just isn’t pleasant to eat.

The good thing is that the crockpot is going to soften up the eggplant significantly. So, when the food is done cooking, you’re not going to have a hard time eating this. You’ll actually be able to enjoy the eggplant.

Make sure you cook everything thoroughly so you can get the best experience possible when eating this meal.

Fats: 12.8g
Proteins: 15.9g
Net Carbs: 5.7g

Crockpot Chicken Bacon Chowder

Another soup recipe that is going to make your heart feel warm.

Chowder is a bit different than the other soup recipe on this list, but the flavor is going to be just as good.

There are numerous chowders out there and I’ve even heard a number of debates about what the best chowder is.

Well, to settle all arguments now and in the future, this chicken bacon chowder is the best out there.

If you don’t believe me, make it and try it for yourself. You won’t be disappointed.

Fats: 28g
Proteins: 21g
Net Carbs: 5.8g

BBQ Pulled Pork

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BBQ anything is always a personal favorite of mine. Something about the smokiness of the food just works so well with my taste buds.

This pulled pork recipe is no exception. You get all the delicious, amazing BBQ flavor without having to worry about falling off the keto diet.

This is something you can actually enjoy while keeping your body in ketosis.

Follow the recipe exactly and there will be nothing to worry about. Although, it may be tempting to want to add your own sauce.

Fats: 36.6g
Proteins: 35g
Net Carbs: 3.8g

Crockpot Heaven

When you have a crockpot, you can’t go wrong. Don’t be one of those people that don’t use a crockpot because you are severely missing out.

Cooking can be easy and when that happens, any diet becomes that much easier to follow. This is what a crockpot can do for you.

If you still don’t believe me, check out Keto Dash and see how hundreds of others have changed their lives with simple crockpot recipes like these.


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