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99 Healthy Crock Pot Recipes

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Healthy crock pot recipes - Dr. Axe

For some, the crock pot is just another kitchen tool collecting dust in a cabinet. For others, it’s a great way to make roasts, chili and a whole host of crock pot recipes.

Do you have a crock pot collecting dust in a cabinet? Perhaps you bring out your slow cooker a few times a year to make the same old recipes: a roast or a chili recipe you enjoy.

Well, it’s time to liven things up with some delicious, healthy crock pot recipes.

Crock pots and slow cookers are awesome tools in cooking. The long cooking times allow ingredients to really blend together, producing deep, savory flavors, while the hands-off approach means you have more time to focus on other things.

Plus, these handy kitchen appliances can be used to make healthy versions of your favorite dishes. From breakfast quinoa to pad thai, veggie enchiladas to Greek yogurt, you’ll truly be amazed at what a workhorse the slow cooker can be.

With all these recipes I gathered up, it’ll make it easy to enjoy these healthy crock pot recipes!

So dust off that crock pot or slow cooker (or get a new, top-rated crock pot) or pull it out of the basement, and get to the kitchen to make some of the best-tasting, nutritious meals you’ve ever had with these healthy crock pot recipes.

Breakfast Crock Pot Recipes

1. Apple Cinnamon Steel Cut Oats

Apples and cinnamon are a perfect match in this super-simple oatmeal recipe. Skip the brown sugar, and use maple syrup or honey instead.

Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Photo: Crockpot Apple Cinnamon Steel Cut Oats / Prevention RD

2. Baked Apples

When you want a unique hot breakfast, these baked apples — stuffed with raisins, honey and cinnamon — fit the bill. Use an apple corer to speed up the apple prep, and set these to cook overnight.

3. Blueberry-Lemon Breakfast Quinoa

This alternative to oatmeal is equal parts sweet and tart thanks to antioxidant-rich blueberries and lemons. Added flaxseeds give this morning treat even more staying power.

4. Breakfast Quinoa

Get an early-morning protein blast with this no-sugar added quinoa. Set the crock pot on low before bed to have a hearty breakfast waiting for you when the alarm goes off.

Breakfast Quinoa
Photo: Slow Cooker Breakfast Quinoa / My Whole Food Life

5. Carrot Cake and Zucchini Bread Oatmeal

Carrot cake and zucchini bread for breakfast? The whole family will love this healthy breakfast crock pot recipe!

Steel-cut oats keep you full for hours, and fresh carrot and zucchini give this oatmeal a familiar (and delicious!) taste. Skip the sugar and agave. Instead, use sugar substitutes like maple syrup, and top with your favorite nut.

Carrot Cake Oatmeal
Photo: Carrot Cake and Zucchini Bread Oatmeal / 86 Lemons

6. Frittata With Kale, Roasted Red Pepper and Feta

Get a perfect frittata every time by using your slow cooker. With such a lovely presentation and lots of greens, this is an excellent “breakfast for dinner” dish, too.

7. German Chocolate Oatmeal

Oatmeal gets a chocolatey kick in this overnight recipe. Coconut milk keeps it creamy until morning. Top with pecans, shredded coconut and a dash of coconut sugar if needed.

8. Mexican Breakfast Casserole

Why relegate Mexican dishes to dinner when you can have them for breakfast, too? This casserole uses ingredients you likely have on hand for an easy morning meal. Use turkey or chicken sausage instead of pork, or leave it out completely to make this vegetarian-friendly.

Mexican Breakfast Casserole
Photo: Crockpot Mexican Breakfast / Sugar-Free Mom

9. Overnight Crock Pot Banana Bread Oatmeal

There’s nothing better than waking up to a ready-made breakfast — especially when it takes just a minute or two to prepare. Enjoy the taste of banana bread in a nutritious oatmeal. Skip the brown sugar, and top with maple syrup instead.

10. Overnight Slow Cooker Cherry Almond Steel-Cut Oatmeal

Wake up to the sweet scents of cherries and almonds with this yummy overnight oatmeal. Crispy edges reveal plump and juicy cherries for a dessert-like breakfast.

11. Pumpkin Coffee Cake Oatmeal

If you’ve hopped on the pumpkin bandwagon, this is the oatmeal recipe for you. Almond milk, fresh (or canned!) pumpkin and cinnamon infuse the oatmeal with that flavor you love, and the coffee cake topping makes it feel extra special.

pumpkin-coffee-cake
Photo: Slow Cooker Pumpkin Coffee Cake Oatmeal / Healthy Slow Cooking

12. Quinoa Breakfast Casserole With Tomato and Spinach

This quinoa morning casserole is a great dish to serve when you have company or for keeping extras to eat throughout the week. You get all the nutrition of spinach, plus you can add other healthy ingredients like turkey sausage, too!

13. Quinoa Oatmeal With Apricots and Hazelnuts

Quinoa and oatmeal create a power protein combo in this hot breakfast. Apricots taste great, but sub in your favorite fruit. Freeze in individual portions for a grab-and-go meal for busy mornings.

14. Veggie Omelet

This slow-cooking omelet forms a beautiful crust as it cooks. Filled with colorful veggies and topped with your favorite garnishes, this one’s a hit.

Slow-Cooker-Veggie-Omelettte
Photo: Slow Cooker Veggie Omelette / Diethood

Soups, Stews and Casseroles

15. Beef Bone Broth

I might be biased, but this bone broth recipe is one of the most healing foods you can make. Because it simmers for 48 hours in the crock pot, it’s so easy! Make it today to help treat a leaky gut, improve your skin or just feel better overall!

Beef Bone Broth
Photo: Beef Bone Broth / Dr. Axe

16. Beef Stew

This hearty beef stew is great on a cold winter night. It requires little prep and is filled with nutritious ingredients, like celery, carrots and sweet potatoes. Yum!

17. Beef and Root Veggie Stew

This recipe requires a bit of prep — browning the meat and sautéing the root veggies before adding to the crock pot will add extra flavor — but the end result is worth it. After all, when’s the last time you added rutabaga to a stew?

18. Chicken Pho

Fresh spices and herbs like star anise, ginger, cinnamon and mint really stand out in this chicken version of the Vietnamese favorite — don’t skip them! Sub coconut sugar for brown sugar, and prep ahead to save even more time on busy days.

19. Chipotle Black Bean and Quinoa Crock Pot Stew

Naturally vegan and gluten-free, this healthy crock pot recipe uses dried beans and quinoa for a protein-rich stew that comes together in a flash for a supper that the whole family will enjoy. Note: The fresher your beans, the more quickly they’ll cook.

Chipotle Black Bean and Quinoa Crockpot Stew
Photo: Chipotle Black Bean and Quinoa Crockpot Stew / Tasty Yummies

20. Creamy Crock Pot Wild Mushroom Soup

Mushroom fans, this is the time to get wild. From button to oyster to porcini and shiitake mushrooms, use your favorite varieties in this creamy soup. Skip the refined flour, and opt for gluten-free or coconut flour instead.

21. Easy Springtime Crock Pot Minestrone

A minestrone soup loaded with fresh spring goodies, even vegetable haters will enjoy this one. Use rice or gluten-free pasta.

22. Japanese Onion Soup

Take a break from miso soup, and try this light and easy Japanese onion soup instead. Carrots, celery, garlic and onions cook in a broth to load it with flavor and are removed before eating. Serve them on the side.

Toss in fresh mushrooms and scallions, and enjoy.

Japanese Onion Soup
Photo: Crockpot Japanese Onion Soup / The Skinny Fork

23. Kale Soup

Jump on the kale bandwagon with this healthy soup. It’s easy to alter to your tastes — add or subtract kale, substitute your favorite vegetables or let it simmer overnight. You’ll still get the benefits of the leafy greens.

Kale Soup
Photo: Kale Soup for the Crockpot / Mellie Blossom

24. Lentil Soup

This loaded nutrition-rich lentil soup is anything but boring. It’s full of yummy extras like mushrooms, carrots, fresh herbs and leafy Swiss chard. Skip the bacon, or opt for a turkey or beef version instead.

25. Quinoa, Chicken and Kale Soup

Filling, delicious and good for you, this soup hits all the spots. Chicken, beans, kale and quinoa ensure you’ll be satiated for hours while keeping out of the kitchen.

26. Spinach Soup With Cucumber and Basil

This soup has more going for it than just its fun color. It’s also brimming with good-for-you goodness, courtesy of fresh spinach and cucumber. Add quinoa or brown rice to make it even heartier, or enjoy as is.

Spinach Soup With Cucumber and Basil
Photo: Crockpot Spinach Soup With Cucumber and Basil / 365 Days of Slow Cooking

27.Turkey Stew

If turkey makes it onto your menu only around Thanksgiving, this stew will convince you to incorporate it year-round. Use any parts of the bird you’d like for a classic, meaty stew.

28. Vegetable Soup

If vegetable soup gives you flashbacks to the canned versions, it’s time to make a homemade version. With just a little chopping, you can have a fresh batch of veggie goodness — it’s loaded with onions, carrots, celery, tomatoes, green beans, corn and peas — that’ll put the store-bought stuff to shame.

Meat Dishes

29. Beef and Broccoli

Skip the Chinese takeout, and make this homemade version of beef and broccoli instead. It’s healthy, tastes great and is a snap to make. Serve over leafy greens, brown rice or quinoa.

Beef and Broccoli
Photo: Crockpot Beef and Broccoli / Dr. Axe

30. Buffalo Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Get that buffalo flavor you love without all the “extras.” I love this chicken in the lettuce wrap, but you can also use it in sandwiches, on top of pizzas, sautéed with veggies — use your imagination!

31. Buffalo Chili

No matter who scores the winning points, everyone will feel like a winner when you serve this beefy chili during the big game! Serve with rice crackers or gluten-free tortilla chips.

Buffalo Chili
Photo: Buffalo Chili / Dr. Axe

32. Cashew Chicken

This cashew chicken will satisfy your takeout cravings — and it tastes so much better, too! Rice wine vinegar and ginger make a sticky sweet sauce that coats the chicken. Top with cashews before serving and enjoy!

33. Chicken Burrito Bowl

If you’ve been missing Chipotle since eating clean, this slow-cooked chicken will hit the spot. Top with avocado slices and fresh Greek yogurt instead of sour cream.

34. Chicken Pad Thai

Carrot and zucchini “noodles” are nestled atop coconut milk and chicken stock to slowly cook without getting mushy. Chicken and a host of Thai spices turns this dish into a healthy pad Thai you can make without much effort — or icky ingredients.

35. Chicken With Apple and Sweet Potato

Chicken gets an autumn feel with the addition of applesauce and sweet potatoes. This is homey, healthy food at its best.

36. Cilantro Lime Crock Pot Chicken

The marinade in this recipe will leave you with a chicken that’s wonderfully moist and fall-off-the-bone good. This is great for burritos, sandwiches or anything else you need cooked chicken for.

37. Coconut Chicken

A little sweet and super tender, this coconut chicken is a breeze to make — you probably already have soy sauce, coconut milk and cloves! — and makes an excellent main dish. Just be sure to use coconut sugar in place of brown.

38. Garlic Lamb Roast

Perfect for Sunday lunch or supper, this leg of lamb soaks in the rosemary, black pepper, sea salt and garlic flavors it’s cooked in. Add your favorite veggies — like carrots, potatoes, onions or squash — to cook alongside it.

39. Green Chile Shredded Beef Cabbage Bowl

Put oft-forgotten cabbage to work in this shredded beef dish. Browning the beef first adds a ton of flavor, and after it finishes cooking in the slow cooker, you’ll make a delightfully spicy slaw with the cabbage. Use any extra beef in sandwiches, tacos and more!

40. Herb Roasted Turkey Breast

When you have chicken burnout, turn to the other bird. This turkey breast has loads of flavor and is perfect to add to your favorite recipes or to serve with a side of veggies. Use fresh herbs for an even more intense taste.

41. Italian-Style Meatballs

These meatballs are perfect to add to your favorite brown rice noodle dish, in an Italian sandwich or atop a salad. You’ll be surprised at how moist the lean ground turkey stays throughout cooking.

italian-style-slow-cooker-meatballs
Photo: Clean Eating Slow Cooker Italian Style Meatballs / The Gracious Pantry

42. Lemon Rosemary Chicken

This lemon rosemary chicken is simple and delicious. Serve with veggies of your choosing.

43. Sticky Chicken Drumsticks

Make picture-perfect sticky chicken with this easy recipe. Make the sauce on the stovetop first (use coconut sugar!), and let the drumsticks soak and cook with it slowly. Serve with brown rice or vegetables — yum!

44. Teriyaki Chicken

Get restaurant-worthy teriyaki chicken with little effort and all-natural sweeteners. (Just use arrowroot flour in place of cornstarch.) Whether you put it on a salad, in a sandwich or just devour it solo, it’s a hit!

Slow-Cooker-Teriyaki Chicken
Photo: Slow Cooker Teriyaki Chicken / Gimme Some Oven

45. Two-Ingredient Slow Cooker Salsa Chicken

Just two ingredients cooking for several hours will produce some of the best chicken you’ve had. Make this now!

Veggie and Fish Dishes

46. Black Bean & Corn Enchiladas

These vegetarian homemade enchiladas come together easily. Keep them simple with just beans and corn, or add even more veggies. Use gluten-free or sprouted grain tortillas, and enjoy this classic Mexican dish.

47. Deep Dish Cheese Pizza With Cauliflower Crust

Make a tasty pizza right in your crock pot — plus, there’s no kneading dough or waiting for it to rise with this cauliflower crust. I recommend making your own Alfredo sauce or using your favorite homemade pizza sauce in its place. Forget calling out for pizza!

cauliflower crust
Photo: Crockpot Deep Dish Cheese Pizza With Cauliflower Crust / Crockpot Gourmet

48. Egyptian Lentils and Rice

Cumin and cinnamon lend this dish an exotic flavor. It’s inexpensive, easy to make and, most importantly, tastes amazing.

49. Lentil and Pumpkin Chili

This veggie chili will give meat versions a run for their money. With just a few pantry staples, you’ll have an awesome meal to eat on its own or atop a baked potato. It’s perfect game-day food!

Lentil and Pumpkin Chili
Photo: Slow Cooker Lentil and Pumpkin Chili / Healthy Delicious

50. Mushroom Stroganoff

This stroganoff is comfort food at its finest. Use Greek yogurt in place of sour cream for a creamy sauce that’s awesome over brown rice or gluten-free pasta, quinoa, or rice.

51. Poached Salmon With Lemons & Fresh Herbs

Use your slow cooker for fool-proof salmon every time. Use your favorite fresh herbs, and serve with lemon wedges.

52. Pumpkin Coconut Curry

This dish is packed with savory tastes, and it tastes even better as leftovers. It’s an interesting new way to use pumpkin and jazz up boring old curry. Be sure to use all the spices for the best taste.

pumpkin-coconut-curry
Photo: Slow Cooker Pumpkin Coconut Curry / Table for Two

53. Quinoa and Vegetables

This is truly a dump-and-go recipe. Toss in whatever veggies you have available, add beans for even more protein and let dinner make itself!

54. Quinoa Lentil Taco Meat

Try this unique spin on tacos starring quinoa and lentils. These will fill you right up, and the leftovers are just as good!

55. Red Curry Lentils

Indian dishes are super veggie-friendly, and this one is no exception. Curry paste, garam masala and coconut milk give this a distinctly Indian flavor, and the lentils soak it all up. Use coconut sugar instead of brown, and you’re good to go.

Red Curry Lentils
Photo: Crockpot Red Lentil Curry / Pinch of Yum

56. Salmon Filets and Asian-Style Vegetables

A crazy simple recipe for busy days, this dish is a complete meal that requires no prep — and the sauce is to die for!

57. Spaghetti & Vegetables

This Italian dish is an excellent choice when you want a homemade, hands-off pasta sauce. Tomatoes and veggies cook slowly to make a flavorful sauce, and brown rice spaghetti gets added in toward the end to cook right in the sauce, making this a true one-pot meal!

58. Tex-Mex Quinoa Casserole

A little prep yields a protein-rich, hearty Tex-Mex meal that’s great for serving large groups or eating leftovers. Sweet peppers and poblano chili peppers give this a little extra zest, too! If you eat meat, ground beef would make a nice addition.

Tex-Mex Quinoa Casserole
Photo: Slow Cooker Tex-Mex Quinoa Casserole / Chelsea’s Messy Apron

59. Vegetarian Chili With Butternut Squash

Butternut squash gives some heft to this vegetarian chili, while chipotle peppers, chili powder and cumin add a spicy, smoky taste. Don’t be surprised if there aren’t any leftovers!

60. Vegetable Parmesan Quinoa

This meatless main dish is perfect for sneaking in extra veggies among picky eaters. It tastes so good that the kids will never guess that it’s hiding broccoli, zucchini and mushrooms!

Vegetable Parmesan Quinoa
Photo: Vegetable Parmesan Quinoa in the Slow Cooker / Cupcakes and Kale Chips

61. Vegetarian Stuffed Bell Peppers

Stuffed peppers make eating your vegetables fun! Plus, it’s super easy. Fill them with brown rice or quinoa to keep them filling and healthy.

62. Vegetarian Stuffed Cabbage

This isn’t your grandmother’s cabbage! These cabbage pockets are loaded with ground portobellos, onion, rice (make it brown) and seasonings. The ‘shrooms add a meaty texture — try fooling the meat eaters!

Sides

63. Artichokes

Cook artichokes in the crock pot easily. With olive oil and lemon juice (to prevent browning) drizzled over them and garlic added in, you’ll have a tasty side with little effort.

64. Baked Beans

Skip unhealthy canned baked beans, and make your own! Dried beans soak overnight right in the crock pot and then simmer the next day until they’re tender and full of flavor. Perfect for your next barbecue!

Baked Beans
Photo: Crockpot Baked Beans / Practical Stewardship

65. Black Beans and Rice

Use brown rice to make this simple side when you serve tacos, burritos or other Mexican favorites. You can add corn, bell peppers and avocado for a whole meal!

66. Brown Rice Mushroom Risotto

A healthier version of traditional risotto, this recipe uses brown rice to speed up the process. Serve this as a side for your favorite roast.

67. Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts will move to the top of your “favorite vegetable” list after you make them in the crock pot. Just a few ingredients give this green a savory taste you’ll love.

68. Butternut Squash Puree

Whether you want an easy side dish or need it for another recipe, this is the simplest — and cheapest — way to get a puree.

69. Cauliflower Garlic Mashed Potatoes

When you need an alternative to mashed potatoes, subbing in cauliflower is tasty and lightens things up. Try these at your next holiday meal!

70. Chipotle-Style Black Beans

Whole black beans soak overnight in the crock pot and then cook slowly throughout the day for a yummy bean side. Serve these alongside your favorite Tex-Mex dishes!

Chipotle-Style Black Beans
Photo: Slow Cooker Chipotle-Style Black Beans / Jeanette’s Healthy Living

71. Corn on the Cob

Too cold to bust out the grill? Make corn on the cob right in the slow cooker to enjoy any time of year.

72. Edamame Succotash

This succotash uses trendy — with good reason! — edamame for a hearty side dish. Make an extra batch, and freeze for future use.

73. Garlic Green Beans

Crisp, seasoned and good for you, these green beans are a hit. Serve them with your favorite roasted main.

74. Garlic, Parmesan and Rosemary Slow Cooker Mashed Potatoes

Make a large batch of garlicky, herby mashed potatoes while keeping your stovetop free. They’re so good, you won’t miss the gravy!

75. Mashed Sweet Potatoes

Get a vitamin boost with this sweet potato mashed. It’s meant as a side, but it’s so good you might want to eat it solo! It freezes well for busy weekdays, too.

76. Mushrooms

While including a mushroom recipe might seem odd, slow cooking mushrooms gives them a rich taste that makes a wonderful addition to your favorite meals. Sprinkle with fresh parsley before serving.

77. “Refried” Beans

Using dried beans makes this side cheap and easy without the strange preservatives that canned versions use. And there’s no frying!

78. Rice

Save time and money by cooking rice in bulk in the crock pot! You can easily freeze it to always have rice on hand for your favorite recipes.

79. Roasted Vegetables

Save space in the oven by roasting vegetables in your crock pot! They’ll have even more flavor than their oven counterparts and cook without the risk of burning.

Roasted Vegetables
Photo: How to Roast Vegetables in the Slow Cooker / Chocolate-Covered Katie

80. Saag Aloo

This spinach and potato-based side dish goes well with your favorite Indian curries.

Easy-slow-cooker-saag-aloo
Photo: Easy Slow Cooker Saag Aloo / Amuse Your Bouche

81. Spaghetti Squash Curry

This coconut “spaghetti” is wonderful served alongside Thai dishes — or on its own!

82. Sweet Potatoes

Give new life to boring sweet potatoes with this recipe. Honey and allspice give this a warm, sweet taste — it just might be your new sweet potato go-to!

Desserts, Sweets, Drinks and Sauces

83. Applesauce

Why buy expensive applesauce when you can make your own? Try this anytime you have an abundance of apples around!

homemade-apple-sauce
Photo: Crockpot Applesauce / Skinny Taste

84. Blueberry Crisp

If you want a sweet treat that’s good for you too, get to the crock pot and make this blueberry crisp. It’s crazy simple and tasty. Serve with a dollop of fresh yogurt.

85. Brownie Bites

Brownie balls are even more fun than regular brownies, and there’s no risk of burning! Make these in the afternoon so they’re ready for dessert.

86. Chocolate Fondue

Use your slow cooker to make the easiest dessert ever. Use this fondue to dip fruits in for a “decadent” treat.

87. Cinnamon and Honey Nuts

If the scent of roasted nuts from street vendors has ever tantalized you, make this now! It’s full of healthy fats and a hint of honey sweetness.

88. Slow Cooker Apple Butter

Homemade apple butter is simpler than you think when you do it in the crock pot! Put it on toast, dip crackers into it or slather it on fruits.

89. Cranberry Sauce

If you’ve never had cranberry sauce without a jiggle, it’s time to make your own. Luckily, with just four ingredients, it’s a snap. Serve this alongside your turkey around the holidays or with any roast!

90. Fig Apple Butter

Haven’t cooked with figs very much? This is an easy way to introduce them to the family. Bonus: Make extra, store in mason jars, and gift to friends and family!

91. Fruit and Berry Cobbler

An oven-free cobbler is possible! Pomegranate juice gives it some extra “oomph,” and it’s super easy to make in the slow cooker. Be sure to substitute coconut sugar for brown and arrowroot flour for cornstarch.

Fruit and Berry Cobbler
Photo: Fruit and Berry Cobbler / Stephie Cooks

92. Greek Yogurt

With just milk and plain yogurt, you can make your very own Greek yogurt! If your family eats a lot of it, this is a great way to save money and involve the kids.

93. Paleo Slow Cooker Ketchup

Skip the preservatives and refined sugar by making your own ketchup. Serve this alongside roasted potatoes or grass-fed burgers for a taste you won’t find in the supermarket’s condiment aisle!

94. Pumpkin Butter

When pumpkin’s on the brain, make this pumpkin butter to dip, well, everything into — plus, this keeps for up to three months in the refrigerator.

Slow-Cooker-Pumpkin-Butter
Photo: Crockpot Pumpkin Butter / Practical Stewardship

95. Pumpkin Pie Pudding

This healthy dessert can also masquerade as a sweet weekend brunch dish. Top with chopped nuts for extra crunch and nutrients.

96. Spiced Hot Apple Cider

This is one of my favorite cold weather drinks. It’ll warm you right up and satisfy a craving for sweets!

97. Strawberry Applesauce

Plain applesauce tastes great, but adding strawberries to the mix pushes it over the edge. It’s good enough to eat on its own, but it’s also yummy topped on toast. Use coconut or palm sugar in this to taste.

Strawberry Applesauce
Photo: Slow Cooker Strawberry Applesauce / The Magical Slow Cooker

98. Vanilla Bean Honeycrisp Applesauce

You won’t believe this is absent of added sugar! Instead, fresh apples, lemon, cinnamon and vanilla give it all its flavor.

99. Yogurt

This yogurt is perfect for kids and adults on the go. Plus, it’s fun to make! Mix it with fruit or granola to turn it into a healthy breakfast or snack.

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