Whether you’re a newcomer to keto, or you’ve been low-carbing for a while, these tasty keto crockpot recipes will give you plenty of ideas for nutritious nibbles.
These healthy and hassle-free meals are a lifesaver for busy cooks, or those of us who can’t be bothered standing over the stove (i.e most adults).
Keto means low-sugar, low-carb and plenty of meaty goodness. It’s a delicious way to eat, and the proof’s in these satisfying recipes.
And this list of 20 keto crockpot recipes isn’t just for dieters, it’s for anyone who loves good food.
Easy for a mid-week dinner, fancy enough for parties, this is a hearty Crockpot meal that turns bland chicken breasts into something special.
Simmered in a thick tomato sauce, the chicken turns wonderfully moist as it soaks up all that lovely seasoning.
Made with fresh tomatoes, peppers, onions, and mushrooms, this is keto dieting at its most delicious.
Queso is a popular South American cheese dip.
This recipe uses just three ingredients (salsa, and two types of cheese) to create a healthier version of the Mexican favorite.
It’s melty, gooey, and all kinds of yum.
Just because you can’t have bread on keto, doesn’t mean you can’t have dip. Especially this warm, gooey spinach artichoke dip which is pretty much heaven in a bowl.
Serve it with veggie sticks to keep things keto. Trust me, you’ll be too busy stuffing it in your mouth to miss grains.
It doesn’t get much better than buffalo chicken dip – the ultimate creamy sauce with a spicy kick.
Made with hot sauce, sour cream, shredded chicken, and plenty of cheese, it’s ooey-gooey and very addictive.
To steal a phrase from a certain fast-food giant, these buffalo wings are finger-licking good.
Have lots of napkins on hand for these sticky, spicy wings which are simmered in a thick tangy sauce until beautifully moist and flavorful.
I love using my slow cooker for soup.
Piling all your ingredients together and putting them on to simmer for hours unlocks a whole new level of flavor without doing any work.
This subtly sweet soup shows off amazing late summer and fall flavors. It’s warm, nourishing, comfort food.
This recipe isn’t just for chicken fajitas. It’s for extra creamy, extra cheesy chicken fajitas.
Throw chicken, paprika, cumin, cream cheese, and salsa into a crockpot and prepare yourself for a sensational South American feast.
Game day isn’t game day without gooey jalapeno dip.
Whip this one up for a crowd, and they’ll be amazed that keto can be so delicious.
No slow cooker? No problem. This versatile dip can be easily adapted for the oven.
Tender flaky fish in a creamy lemon sauce. That’s what’s for dinner with this heavenly recipe that delivers taste and nutrition.
Heart-healthy salmon is simmered in lemon juice and broth until perfectly juicy, then topped with a rich cream sauce.
This is the kind of chunky, hearty stew that’s best enjoyed on cold nights or at the end of a long day.
With only seven ingredients, you can do all the prep in minutes.
Then simply wait a few hours to devour these Italian sausages in a peppery sauce.
Cauliflower is anything but boring in this cheesy casserole.
The humble veg is cooked with bacon, green onions, and shredded cheese to turn it from dreary side into the star of the show.
This juicy pork loin is done with fresh rosemary and fragrant garlic for a delightfully tasty one-pot meal.
Roasts aren’t just for Sunday dinners thanks to this easy low-carb, and family-friendly recipe.
There’s just 4 grams of carbs in his taco casserole. But there’s plenty of spicy, zesty taste.
Ground beef is mixed with taco seasoning, peppers, onions, and tomatoes. Serve with lots of cheese and a fresh green salad.
Or eat it straight from the pot with a spoon.
Keto dieters love cauliflower. The versatile veg stands in for carb-heavy starches, providing a similar texture and taste.
Here, cauliflower becomes an irresistibly creamy mash flavored with garlic and fresh herbs.
Throw ground beef, marinara sauce, fresh herbs, and parmesan into a crockpot and what do you get?
Deliciously juicy meatballs coated with melty cheese. This isn’t a recipe, it’s a little bit of meal-time magic.
Feeding a crowd? You can’t do better than serving up a classic pot roast.
This version lets the slow cooker do all the work, giving you moist and tender meat every time.
Even inexpensive cuts will work here, cooking low and slow in a herby broth.
Beef chili is great, but sometimes you want to mix it up with a lighter version.
This recipe is a creamy chicken stew with just the right amount of spice. HAve veggies lying around the fridge?
Throw them in to make this even more delicious and healthy.
Potato gratin is out, squash gratin is in.
This cheesy, crave-worthy side is a must for holidays, family gatherings or anytime you have a load of squash and no idea what to do with it.
A creamy, thick chowder made from cauliflower and topped with bacon and onion. This is one recipe you’ll want to make again and again.
If you thought your Crockpot was just for dinner, think again.
Dust it off for dessert and you’d be surprised at how easy it is to make beautifully fluffy and light cakes.
And yes, cake is keto. This version uses almond and coconut flour for a grain-free crumb flavored with lots of bright, zesty citrus and natural sweeteners.