56 Days Of Clean Eating Slow Cooker Meals

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The simple truth is, you can never have enough clean eating slow cooker meals. It’s true.

I’ve been cooking in my slow cooker for several weeks now because I just haven’t had the energy with everything going on around here to actually get into the kitchen for more than the 10 minutes it takes me to throw everything in the crock.

56 Days Of Clean Eating Slow Cooker Meals

Mostly, I’ve been cooking the recipes below. But I’m also getting some ideas for new clean eating recipes as I go along. I’m really starting to daydream a lot about my kitchen once it’s finished. I’m really looking forward to that. But during the process of remodeling, I have a feeling I’ll be using my slow cooker even more than I already am. Gotta get dinner on the table somehow! And since this Mama is extra tired these days taking care of Mini Chef and my mom, I’m reaching a new level of slow cooker commitment.

It truly is a fabulous contraption for anybody with a busy schedule. I mean, life is hectic. So why not make it a little bit easier? I come home, toss everything in the crock and walk away for a few hours to finish other tasks around the house or even run a few, quick errands. And when I’m done, so is dinner. Easy!!

And if you’re wondering about the size of your slow cooker, keep in mind that the only thing that matter with slow cooking is that your crock is at least half full. If you put anything less then that in the crock, your food is far more likely to dry out. So if you find that a lot of the recipes you use your slow cooker for don’t fill the crock up at least half way, it might be time to move to a smaller crock for the sake of a tasty meal.

And remember, don’t lift the lid during cooking! But if you do, add on another 15 minutes of total cooking time for each time you’ve opened it.

Hope that helps!

56 Days Of Clean Eating Slow Cooker Meals:

Here are 56 recipes to carry you through the next 2 months or so.

  1. Middle-Eastern Style Cornish Game Hens
  2. Black Bean Mexican Chicken
  3. 2 Ingredient Taco Chicken
  4. Italian Stuffed Chicken Breasts
  5. Overnight Apple Butter
  6. Pumpkin Banana Bread
  7. Hot Cashew & Apple Pie Dip
  8. Turmeric Chicken
  9. Pumpkin Chicken Curry
  10. Irish Soda Bread & Buttermilk French Toast Casserole
  11. Cream of Chicken Soup
  12. Creole Chicken Stew
  13. Lentil Sloppy Joes
  14. Hawaiian Barbecue Chicken Sandwiches
  15. Dump Chicken & Vegetables
  16. Balsamic Pear & Cherry Chicken
  17. Low Carb Tacos
  18. Mexican Chicken Lettuce Cups with Mango Salsa
  19. Leftover Rotisserie Chicken Soup
  20. Mexican Style Chili Mac
  21. Apricot Salsa Chicken
  22. Lentil Soup
  23. Pork Provencal
  24. Tortilla Chicken Stew
  25. 10 Hour Curry Lentil Soup
  26. Rosemary Balsamic Blackberry Chicken
  27. Italian-Style Meatballs
  28. Sweet Potato Curry
  29. Chicken Stock Concentrate
  30. Pineapple Chicken Verde
  31. Rosemary “Rotisserie” Chicken
  32. Thai Chicken Massaman Curry
  33. Balsamic Pear & Portobello Mushroom Chicken
  34. Overnight Oatmeal
  35. Chicken Veggie Stew
  36. Pork Ragout
  37. White Chicken Chili
  38. Southwestern 2 Bean Chicken
  39. Pork & Kale
  40. Turkey Meatloaf
  41. Plum & Raisin Chicken
  42. Brownies
  43. Cinnamon Chicken
  44. Spinach & Chicken
  45. Curry Chicken
  46. Black Bean Pumpkin Chili
  47. Easy Mexican Chicken
  48. Chicken Masala
  49. Pineapple Chicken
  50. Curried Millet Stew
  51. Black Bean Soup
  52. Chicken Cacciatore
  53. Split Pea Soup
  54. Chicken & Dumplings
  55. Bison Stew
  56. Minestrone Soup

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2 Comments

  1. Terry McClendon says:

    How do I print your recipes for my own use?

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Terry – There is a green print button and the bottom of every recipe.

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