Be on your way to an enjoyable Whole30 journey with these Whole30 crockpot recipes!
Thirty days of no alcohol, grains, sugar, legumes, and dairy? Wow… that’s gotta be tough.
But don’t worry, these 32 Whole30 crockpot recipes will make your life a lot easier.
With a wide array of recipes, such as mashed potatoes, chicken fajitas, and BBQ ribs, this selection has you covered.
I’m talking breakfast and Whole30 lunch ideas, all the way to dinner.
Plus, thanks to the Crockpot, these dishes aren’t just Whole30, but fuss-free, too!
Just dump all the ingredients in the pot and forget about it.
You can’t beat that.
1. Pulled Pork
Pulled pork is undeniably one of the most scrumptious pork dishes known to man. Bet you didn’t know it’s actually super easy to make.
In fact, for our first recipe, all you’ll need are a few seasonings and 5 minutes of prep. That has to be a world record, am I right?
But my goodness, the taste is just insane!
It’s seasoned with garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, and chili powder and is slow-cooked for 10 hours. This pork is crazy tender and delicious.
This chicken soup is the perfect dish for rainy or snowy days. Hearty, warming, and simply delish, one spoonful will soothe your heart and soul.
Loaded with chicken, cream cheese, salsa verde, green chilies, and seasonings, this soup has the classic Tex-Mex flavors we all love.
It’s like a giant hug!
If you’re looking for Crockpot chicken breast recipes that are perfect for the summer, you’ve just found the one.
I mean, look at it. This chowder is brighter than the sun! It’s definitely called sunshine lemon chicken for a reason!
With its spicy and lemony broth and hearty toppings, this chowder makes for a fantastic all-in-one meal.
Buffalo chicken in soup form? I won’t say no to that.
This soup has a tremendous base made of almond milk, broth, and buffalo sauce.
Rich, savory, tangy, and spicy, this soup base alone is already phenomenal.
Loaded with shredded chicken, potatoes, and carrots, this soup gets a wonderful combination of tastes and textures. It’s very hearty, to boot.
Here’s another soup that will surely make your taste buds go nuts.
This is a heavenly soup that has all the elements of a lasagna.
I’m talking ground beef, marinara, and even some faux noodles in the form of spiralized zucchini.
The only thing it’s missing is the cheese. But you know what?
With all the terrific things this soup has going on, I’ll bet you won’t even miss the dairy.
A diet that allows you to eat mashed potatoes is a diet that cares about your well-being.
Let’s be honest, life just isn’t as beautiful without mashed potatoes in it!
With this recipe, you can enjoy the ever-so-scrumptious mashed potatoes and stay on track.
And like many dairy-free crockpot recipes, you’ll just need to use almond milk and coconut milk in place of regular.
This creamy ham potato soup is a must-have in your life. It’s thick, creamy, and bursting with flavor.
A mix of ham, potatoes, and vegetables in a creamy broth, this soup is the ultimate comfort food.
It also has all the nutrients you need in a meal, carbs, protein, vegetables, and fat. The fact that it all comes together in one pot is just a plus.
Shredded chicken on its own isn’t that exciting. The same cannot be said about Mississippi chicken, though.
Flavored with pepperoncini, butter, bouillon, and ranch seasoning, this has to be the tastiest shredded chicken on the planet.
It’s savory and buttery with a bit of zest and heat from the ranch and pepperoncini.
Beef and broccoli is one of the things you always order on a Chinese takeout menu.
You don’t even have to think twice about it, as it’s just automatic.
Tender beef, crunchy broccoli, and umami-rich sauce create a simple yet scrumptious dish.
But wouldn’t it be so much better if you just make it at home?
With this recipe, you get the same delicious goodness as the classic Asian dish, but with more yield and at a fraction of the cost.
Plus, you know exactly what goes on in it.
These BBQ chicken wings are seriously the bomb.
What’s not to love? The skins are crispy, the meat is juicy and tender, and that Hawaiian-inspired BBQ glaze is just divine.
Oh, and because it’s cooked in the Crockpot instead of being deep-fried, it’s a lot healthier.
White chicken chili may not be as decadent as classic chili, but it’s also delectable in its own way.
The soup base is made of chicken broth and coconut milk seasoned with herbs and spices.
Loaded with chicken (breasts or thighs – your call), bell peppers, and jalapenos, it’s definitely exploding with flavor.
Garnish the soup with fresh cilantro and sliced avocado for the perfect finish.
It’s so good, you’ll dream of chicken chili for days!
It may not have a crust on top, but this chicken pot pie soup is still pretty epic.
Trust me, the absence of crust here doesn’t take away from the scrumptiousness of this soup.
All the amazing elements are still there. You get chicken, carrots, potatoes, creamy broth, and all that jazz!
Looking for an indulgent dish that still fits your diet? I have two words for you: butter chicken.
I can’t even begin to describe how much I love this dish. How on earth can you go wrong with chicken and butter?
With moist and juicy chicken pieces and an outrageously rich buttery sauce, this dish is a culinary masterpiece.
While you can also make fajitas on the stovetop, I highly urge you to try it on the Crockpot. Here’s why.
When cooked low and slow, the chicken, onions, and bell peppers absorb all the flavors from the spices.
Every bite of these fajitas bursts with flavors from the cumin, garlic, onion, red pepper flakes, and paprika!
If your tastebuds are looking for something simple but still flavorful, look no further than this creamy southwest chicken.
Seasoned with a flavorful spice rub and slow-cooked in a creamy broth, this dish is wonderfully savory and earthy with a little bit of a kick.
I’m a sucker for teriyaki chicken. The sweet and umami-rich flavors of the glaze are just irresistible to me!
But as it contains a ton of sugar, it’s not exactly Whole30 compliant. Good thing there’s an easy fix.
All you’ll need is to switch the sugar to coconut aminos and dates. This may not be authentic teriyaki, but it still hits all the right notes.
This beef pot roast is ridiculously tender and juicy, it melts in your mouth.
If this is the kind of thing I’m allowed to eat on a diet, I might just go for it!
The idea of enjoying mouthwatering food and losing weight at the same time sounds good to me.
As an added bonus, expect your entire house to smell amazing when you make this.
This chicken soup has healing properties, literally.
Made with chicken, vegetables, bone broth, herbs, and spices, this soup is nutrient-dense and will boost your immune system.
More importantly, it’s not only nourishing but super tasty, too!
Cacciatore, which is Italian for “hunter-style,” is a chicken dish prepared with tomatoes, garlic, and onions.
It’s traditionally served with pasta, bread, or mashed potatoes.
But in the interest of making a healthier and low-carb dish, you pair it with a simple salad instead.
This fall-apart beef barbacoa will make your taste buds jump up and down for joy.
In case you’re not familiar, barbacoa is a Mexican dish of tender shredded meat flavored with tons of spices.
It sounds like a complex dish to make, but thanks to the crockpot, it couldn’t be any easier.
This Zuppa Toscana (Tuscan soup) swims with sausage, bacon, potatoes, and kale. The broth is flavored with coconut milk.
Together, the broth and mixins create a tremendous soup with tremendous flavors. It’s also healthy and hearty, to boot!
Healthy option: if you want a low-carb version of this dish, swap the potatoes for cauliflower.
Obsessed with curry? I hear you, sister! I’m a sucker for this creamy and spicy stew, too.
It doesn’t matter what kind of curry it is. Indian, Japanese, Cambodian, you name it, I love it.
For this recipe, though, you’ll make a mouthwatering Thai chicken curry made with red curry paste.
Red curry has a moderate spice level that’ll give the stew a punch of flavor, without burning your tongue.
This meatball soup will satisfy your taste buds, warm your heart, and soothe your soul. It’s the perfect rainy-day treat!
Made with either ground turkey or (grass-fed) beef, nutritional yeast, and seasonings, these meatballs are moist, juicy, and packed with flavor.
The soup base is loaded with tons of veggies and seasonings, making it just as scrumptious as the meatballs.
Featuring purple cabbage, sweet potatoes, and sausages, this stew is as colorful as it is flavorful.
The combination of meat and vegetables gives this soup a great balance of flavors. It’s meaty, but not overly rich.
Plus, the sweetness of the potatoes contrasts the savoriness of the meat well.
This is yet another Tex-Mex-inspired soup you’ll crave again and again.
With a perfect mix of savory, creamy, and spicy, it’ll definitely be a challenge to not want seconds.
But you’ve got this! I’m rooting for you.
Slow cook an entire bird for a delightful dish the whole family will enjoy.
Here, the chicken is rubbed with a mix of lemon juice, sea salt, pepper, and thyme.
As you’ll notice, the flavors aren’t too complex, but it’s definitely bold and delicious.
A soup that tastes just like a hamburger? Sounds like heaven to me!
This is for folks who find clear broths and simple vegetable soups way too boring.
If those soups don’t do anything for your taste buds, I bet this one will drive them crazy.
Packed with ground beef, green beans, and hearty vegetables, this soup is absolutely amazing.
28. Greek Chicken
Just looking at the vibrant colors of this dish already makes me hungry!
These are chicken thighs accompanied by kalamata olives, roasted red peppers, artichoke hearts, and red onions.
Oh, and the sauce, which is made of broth, red wine vinegar, herbs, and spices is pretty awesome, too.
With everything going on in this Greek-inspired dish, WOW is clearly an understatement.
Looking for the perfect protein for burritos, tacos, and (cauliflower) rice bowls? This recipe has you covered.
These chicken carnitas are cooked with cumin, chili powder, oregano, chipotle powder, orange juice, and lime juice.
They have a perfect blend of savory, sweet, and spicy. Don’t even try to resist it. All efforts will be futile.
Hosting Thanksgiving for health-conscious relatives and friends? Don’t panic, I have just the recipe for you.
Yes, turkey breast is prone to drying out.
But as long as you stick to this slow cooker method, you’ll get incredibly tender, juicy, and moist meat. It’s perfect for any special occasion.
In the mood for comfort food? Say hello to this creamy tomato soup.
Traditional tomato soup contains dairy, but don’t worry, this one doesn’t have any.
The secret? Pureed cashews! Not only does this alternative make the soup Whole30-compliant, but extra scrumptious, as well.
Capping off this list is a dish that doesn’t seem like something you should eat when you’re trying to lose weight.
But, good news! BBQ ribs are 100% Whole30 compliant. If I were you, I’d eat this melt-in-your-mouth, fall-off-the-bone meat all day, every day!
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