10 Best Keto Crock-Pot Recipes

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There is nothing more satisfying than coming home to a delicious and hearty meal after a long day at work. It’s even better when that dish happens to be keto friendly! The best part about these is that they are all Keto crock pot recipes.

You can throw them in the crock pot before leaving for the day, come home to your house smelling like a restaurant, and have dinner ready without having to spend an hour in the kitchen!

Plus, you can save those carbs for some low carb dessert! Scroll down for ten of our favorite keto crockpot recipes.

Chicken Crock Pot Recipes:

Here are some great Keto chicken crock pot recipes! Made for any occasion where you don’t feel like turning on an oven or stovetop but still want something tasty when you get home. Perfect for busy weeknights!

1. Low Carb Cashew Chicken

Low Carb Cashew Chicken – Easy Crock Pot Version
This crock pot low carb cashew chicken is so easy and has the take-out taste that you miss. Serve with low carb cauliflower rice or sauteed veggie stir fry.
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Low Carb Cashew Chicken FI

We all know that when it comes to dieting, the hardest part is resisting temptation. But have you ever considered how much sugar is in your favorite take-out dish? With this low carb cashew chicken recipe, you won’t have to worry about breaking your diet!

This delicious dish has just 4 grams of net carbs per serving and only 333 calories. It’s also packed with protein and healthy fats, so you can enjoy guilt-free without any side effects. Now that’s a win/win!

2. Spicy Keto Crack Chicken Dip – Creamy and Delicious

Spicy Crack Chicken Dip – Slow Cooker Recipe
This spicy crack chicken dip is bomb! Everyone, including the non Keto teen loved it and the last serving was won via a spirited game of rock, paper scissors. It's so versitile and the spicy additions make it great for a dip with veggies, wraps, sandwiches, over riced cauliflower and as a pizza topping!
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Slow Cooker Spicy Crack Chicken FI

Looking for a new dip recipe for Sunday Football? Look no further than this Keto Spicy Crack Chicken Dip Crock Pot Recipe. It’s the perfect addition to your parties, potlucks or an easy weeknight meal! You’ll love how spicy and flavorful this dish is with only 2 net carbs.

Beef Recipes:

We all know that feeling when you get home after a long day at work, but there are no leftovers in the fridge. The struggle is REAL! Not to worry because we have got you covered with these easy Keto beef crock pot recipes.

Most of our keto beef crockpot recipes take minutes to throw together and they will keep your family happy while saving you money on eating out. Let’s be honest, who doesn’t love coming home to a warm meal waiting for them?

3. Crock Pot Philly Cheese Steak

Crock Pot Philly Cheese Steak
This tender beef can be served on a low carb roll with melted cheese, in a salad bowl with veggies and lettuce or in a low carb wrap with melted provolone.
This might be the juiciest, melt in your mouth steak you have ever tried.
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crockpot philly Cheese Steak fi

There are a lot of keto dieters out there who have been looking for a way to enjoy the taste and flavor of Philly Cheese Steak without all the carbs.

This recipe is just about as close as you’re going to get with this Crock Pot Keto Philly Cheese Steak Recipe!

4. Slow Cooker Low Carb Mongolian Beef

Slow Cooker Low Carb Mongolian Beef
Sweet and Spicy Slow Cooker Mongolian Beef is one of those simple set and forget type of dinners. This recipe is picky kid approved and you can serve it with stir fried veggies, zoodles or riced cauliflower.
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Low Carb Mongolian Beef FI

It’s been a brutal couple of years and we all need to take care of ourselves. This Slow Cooker Low Carb Mongolian Beef recipe is perfect for beginning Keto Dieters!

It has everything you need for a healthy well-balanced meal, without the guilt. Plus it only takes about 10 minutes to throw together before work or school in the morning.

You can even prep this dish ahead by throwing all of the ingredients into your slow cooker before bedtime and cook on low heat while you sleep if you want to take it to work for lunch.

5. Keto Crock Pot Beef Bourguignon

Crockpot Beef Bourguignon
This rich and hearty take on Julia Child’s Classic Dish is a fantastic celebration of flavor. It’s simple yet elegant and is a wonderful dish that keeps you Keto even if you are having company who isn’t. This is a dish you will make again and again.
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Beef Bourguignon recipe Keto Low Carb gluten free

This dish is perfect for busy parents on the go who still want to provide healthy, home-cooked meals.

It’s not just for keto diets either! The slow cooker does all the work while you’re out making memories with your family. You’re going to love the rich flavors that come from slow cooking this masterpiece. This is perfect for warming you up while keeping your carbs low.

Lamb Recipes:

Keto Lamb slow cooker recipes for busy moms, or anyone trying to eat keto. These recipes are easy to prepare and provide a healthy alternative to typical dinner food. The best part is they don’t require much hands on time and can be made in the morning before work or school! Our hearty Lamb dishes will help you stay warm this winter season.

6. Healthy Keto Lamb Stew

Healthy Lamb Stew – Slow Cooker Recipe
Lamb Stew, also known as Agnello Brasato is a rich and satisfying Italian Peasant Stew. The tender morsels of lamb will melt in your mouth and your family will gobble it up. It's packed with healthy ingredients and some warm spices that make this "peasant" food a feast fit for royalty.
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Healthy Lamb Stew FI

There’s nothing like a warm and hearty meal on a cold winter day. This healthy crock pot keto lamb stew recipe is perfect for anyone on the Keto diet, or anyone who wants to eat healthier!

It’s hearty and filling, but also nutritious. Toss it in the pot in the morning and eat like royalty in the evening. Simple as that.

7. Slow Cooker Mediterranean Lamb Roast- naturally Low Carb

Slow Cooker Mediterranean Lamb Roast – Naturally Low Carb Recipe
Put away the knives because you won't need them if you make this fork tender, juicy lamb recipe. This succulent lamb is not gamey and is easy enough for everyday while still being impressive enough to honor your guests. If you like lamb, I cannot recommend this recipe enough.
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Slow Cooked Mediterranean Lamb Recipe FI

Lamb roast is a great new dish for Fall and Winter. It’s perfect to make on the any day and serve over greens.

The lamb is slow cooked all day and the result is tender meat that falls off the bone and is never gamey.
It also makes your whole house smell like a holiday! This recipe will be sure to please everyone that you share it with.

Pork Keto Crock Pot Recipes:

You know those days where you can’t decide what to make for dinner, and you think about ordering take-out?

Well I’m to tell you that there’s a better alternative: Pork Crock Pot Recipes! These recipes are easy and delicious.

8. Keto Copycat Chili’s Ribs Recipe

Keto Copycat Chili’s Ribs Recipe
Sweet, spicy and smoky, tender baby back ribs. You'll be obsessed with the tender rack and think about it long after the dishes are done.
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Keto Copycat Chilis Ribs Recipes

If you’re a fan of Chili’s ribs, this keto copycat recipe is perfect for you! This sweet and tangy recipe will have your mouth watering after the first bite. The meat falls off the bone and melts in your mouth. You’ll be craving these ribs all day long!

9. Low Carb Colorado Green Chili

Low Carb Colorado Green Chili
If you have never had Famous Colorado Green Chili you are in for a treat. This recipe outlines how to make Keto Colorado Green Chili taste EVEN better than the original recipe. This is a cure all for hangovers and flu in Colorado. And, it's a great make ahead meal.
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Low Carb Colorado Green Chili recipe gluten free low carb

Some people think of green chili as an exclusively New Mexico dish, but it has become popular in Colorado. This low carb recipe will not only show you how to make this traditional dish on a ketogenic diet, but also how to do it without any added carbs!

And, if you love chili, check out this recipe for Keto Chili WITH Beans. Yes, there are low carb beans.

Bowl of Keto Chili with low carb beans

10. Easy Pork Carnitas Recipe – Crock Pot Version

Easy Pork Carnitas Recipe
If you like tacos, you will love this recipe.  
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crock pot carnitas recipe keto gluten free low carb

Don’t you just love the idea of cooking low and slow for hours with all your favorite spices?

You can let this tender pork simmer in a crock pot on low heat, while it fills your home with tantalizing aromas. This recipe is perfect for those who are following keto diets because it’s high in protein but only contains 1 net carb per four oz serving.

Carnitas are traditionally cooked in the oven but this melt in your mouth version is too easy to ignore.

Keto Garnishes for Your Crock Pot Recipes:

We all know that a ketogenic diet is a low-carb, high-fat way of eating.

The idea is to reduce your time in the kitchen, not to make it seem like your meals are on auto pilot. You can keep it fresh by keeping some common garnishes in the fridge to add to your keto crock pot recipes at serving time!

Keto garnishes are a great trick for adding some flavor or color to your dishes, keeping the family excited about dinner and saving you time and money all while still following the “keto” guidelines!

Try these:

  1. Sliced Green onions
  2. Avocado
  3. Cucumber
  4. Radish slices
  5. Grated Parmesan
  6. Red Pepper Flakes
  7. Cilantro
  8. Fresh Chopped Parsley
  9. Chopped Jalapeno
  10. Lemon Zest
  11. Any Fresh Herbs like Thyme, rosemary, etc.
  12. Edible Flowers
  13. Arugula

Adding a Side Dish to Make it a Meal:

If you are new to Keto and trying to go it alone while still cooking for your family, don’t despair. You can easily make meals that your whole family will love without making the dreaded “separate” dinner.

Just make any of these meals and add rice, noodles or breads that your family loves while you eat the lover carb version of that particular side dish.

Green Salads make for an easy side that everyone will like or you can check out any of these Low Carb sides to make your life easier. Most of our recipes are developed with cooking for families in mind.

And trust me when I say, we don’t ever…and I mean never make a separate dinner meal for the teen.

More Easy Keto Recipes:

If you followed these Keto Crock pot recipes, let me know. I want to hear how your meals turned out!

Did any of them turn out like the pictures in this posts? What was your favorite recipe or meal? Feel free to share your keto crock pot recipes with each other in the comments below!



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  1. Hi Sherry! Congratulations on taking charge. I understand the struggle.Sometimes the “blanket” approach doesn’t work for everyone.For instance, I started gaining on Keto and as soon as I cut dairy, the weight fell back off- it was causing inflammation. I hesitate to tell people to try the total carb approach because then you may not get enough fiber. And, fiber is a huge part of keeping your gut biome happy and healthy. Since you are struggling, try cutting out the processed food like Keto treats, tortillas and store bought breads to see if that helps first. This will naturally cut out a lot of carbs but also seems to help people. Also, you could try cutting down or cutting out super calorie rich foods like nut butters and dairy to see if maybe your calorie intake is the culprit. Our calorie needs change with time and activities. Lastly, if the scale still won’t budge try a longer intermittent fasting window combined with one or more of the above approaches and see if that does the trick. Most of all, keep going! Cheers, B

  2. I am struggling to lose this time around on keto. I’m 61 maybe some of it. I’m counting net carbs should I do total carbs?