The 50 Best Clean Eating Crock Pot Recipes

The following are 50 clean eating crock pot recipes to help you create a delicious, from-scratch meal with little effort. To me clean eating means to eat what I would call “from scratch”. My mom grew up on a farm in Idaho and grew up eating clean and didn’t even know it; she passed a lot of those clean eating recipes to me. She ate from the garden, killed her own chickens and beef. Drank milk straight from the cow and bought very little from the grocery store.  It’s funny how with all the modern advances in the world, we find that going back to our roots with eating is actually much healthier for us.

Clean eating is a little more involved than just eating homemade, from scratch foods. It’s not eating any processed foods, so no sugar, white flour or food additives.

Eating clean, or “real” really doesn’t have to be difficult and once you get used to it, you start to think that all the processed junk out there in the world looks, smells and tastes disgusting – at least that’s what has happened with my children and me.

My children have become food snobs now that we eat clean. They won’t eat anything frozen and now they don’t even want to eat school lunch. They also think most restaurants aren’t very good. It’s pretty sad when my 10 year-olds can cook food that tastes better than a lot of restaurants out there.

I love to use the crock pot (or slow cooker). It is so easy – throw it in and forget about it for awhile – come back later and dinner is made. I thought it would be fun to find a lot of good crock pot clean eating recipes.

Here is what I came up with – a list of 50 clean eating slow cooker recipes. Which ones are your favorites?

My Top 3 Favorite Clean Eating Crock Pot Recipes

NAME Description Link
Easy Pot Roast Crock Pot Recipe Just throw the ingredients in your slower cooker and make a simple recipe with the liquid from the pot when you are done. Get the recipe
Slow Cooker Clean Eating White Chicken Chili Recipe I love throwing all the ingredients in at once. I especially like the green chilies in it and often substitute them with jalapenos. Get the recipe

Clean Eating Sloppy Joe Recipe

This is one of my children’s favorite meals and one of my favorites for large family parties because I can make it ahead of time and keep it warm in the crock pot and everyone loves it, no matter what their diet is. Get the recipe

Clean Eating Crock Pot Recipes List

1. Easy Clean Eating Pot Roast Crock Pot Recipe

This is a very popular recipe on my blog. It’s really easy and I love how you make your own gravy from the broth left in the crock pot.

Easy Clean Eating Pot Roast Crock Pot Recipe

2. Slow Cooker Clean Eating White Chicken Chili Recipe

Slow Cooker Clean Eating White Chicken Chili Recipe

3. Clean Eating Sloppy Joe Recipe

Crock Pot Sloppy Joe Recipe {Paleo, Clean Eating, Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free}

4. Slow Cooker Beef Stew Recipe

Slow Cooker Beef Stew Recipe

5. Slow Cooker Chicken Tikka Masala Recipe

Slow Cooker Chicken Tikka Masala Recipe

6. Crock Pot Chili Verde Recipe

Crock Pot Chili Verde Recipe

7. Crock Pot Roast Recipe with a Sugar Free Chimichurri Sauce

Crock Pot Roast Recipe with a Sugar Free Sauce - Chimichurri!

8. Slow Cooker Clean Eating Molten Lava Cake Recipe

Slow Cooker Clean Eating Molten Lava Cake Recipe 

9. Overnight Pumpkin Spice Clean Eating Crock Pot Oatmeal Recipe

Overnight Pumpkin Spice Clean Eating Crock Pot Oatmeal Recipe

10. Clean Eating Whole Wheat Crock Pot Bread Recipe

Clean Eating Whole Wheat Crock Pot Bread Recipe

Recipes 13-25

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Comments

  1. Thank you for this. I’m a busy mom looking for some healthy ways to cook in the croc pot! I was dreading going back to boxed food. you saved our gut!

  2. while these recipes look yummy…they aren’t “clean” recipes. The title is a bit deceiving, just sayin’….

      • I think the recipes Tina is referring to are the ones containing added salt, flour, and noodles. Clean eating doesn’t involve the use of either salt or flour, and the noodles in the chicken soup appear to be regular noodles, not whole wheat or brown rice noodles. Though these recipes could easily be modified by most “clean eaters” using what we know is good for us, they wouldn’t necessarily be “clean” without several modifications.

  3. Awesome collection of recipes. Already tried the applesauce one & even my 2yr old ate it! Can’t wait to try the others.

    • We don’t have an ebook out for this but keep an eye out cause we one in the works for some of our recipes.

  4. These all look amazing! Thanks for putting them together. I love a crock pot of cooked food to come home to after a long day at work! I’ve been eating clean for a year now (turns out, I’m allergic to preservatives) and I agree that other food just don’t taste as good.

  5. I am excited to try these out. Any advice for prepping ahead and storing in the freezer? Someone mentioned on a different blog that they don’t freeze potatoes because they aren’t as good. Just seeing if anyone had any special tips for these recipes? 🙂

  6. I’m so happy to find a wonderful collection of healthy crockpot recipes. I was wondering about #13 though. The photo is not of Garlic Honey Chicken. Whatever dish is pictured looks so good and I wanted to know if you can tell me what it is?

  7. Hi! This page is great. I have the same multi-cooker as you, and was just wondering how you go about converting slow cooker recipes to pressure cooker recipes? Thanks 🙂 Can’t wait to try some of these!

    • You have to do a little experimenting, but you can usually just put the ingredients in like you would a slow cooker and then push the appropriate button on your Instant Pot that matches it the best, like Poultry, Soup, etc. The main difference is roasts don’t really work whole in the Instant Pot, so I recommend you cut them in to several pieces and it will cook much faster.

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