On chilly winter days I really like coming residence to a heat home and the aroma of a dinner that’s been simmering all day lengthy. It’s really easy to throw the substances into the sluggish cooker in the morning and let it do all of the work.
Here are some nice soups, predominant dishes, and even a custard dessert that may all be made in your Crock-Pot.
From Sugar Free Mom: “On a cold winter’s day there is nothing like a warm bowl of chili served up with a side of corn bread! This comforting meal is amazing whether you’re on a low-carb diet or not! Even if you’re a die hard bean lover when it comes to enjoying your favorite chili, I can almost guarantee, you won’t miss the beans here. It’s filling, satisfying, and delicious!”
Beef and Broccoli
From Low Carb Yum: “This crock pot beef and broccoli is a comfort food that reminds me of the meals I had growing up. I’m sure my father would approve even though he has never cooked anything in a slow cooker.”
Carnitas and Tortillas
See the mouth-watering picture at the high!
From Butter is Not a Carb: “Taco night is here to stay with today’s low carb recipe. The slow cooked pork makes the perfect tender filling for keto-friendly tortillas that your family will enjoy. The best part of these tacos is how easy it will be to customize the filling to your preferred taste. Use pulled chicken instead of pork, or even ground beef, and add any toppings you’d like!”
Mississippi’s Cousin Roast Beef
From 24-7 Low Carb Diner: “My family really liked this roast, but then, we never met a slow cooker roast we didn’t like. It made fantastic leftovers too. It is good at any temperature. I loved the bit of a vinegary bite as part of a salad later in the week. Decidedly, this will be made again and again.”
White Chicken Chili
From Diabetes Strong: “If it was socially acceptable to hibernate all winter and watch Netflix all day I would. Especially if we had an unlimited supply of this healthy Slow Cooker White Chicken Chili. The day I made this chili was the best day of the week. It’s hearty, zippy and feel-good, but healthy at the same time. And it’s bursting at the seams with comforting flavor.”
Chicken Lo Mein
From Low Carb Yum: “Using your slow cooker makes this low carb crock pot chicken lo mein a breeze to make on a busy day. Even the chicken pieces brown up in the crock pot!”
From Butter is Not a Carb: “One of the most comforting meals in autumn and winter is a hearty soup. I’ve grown to love my slow cooker especially when it comes to soup recipes. Learning to make soup from scratch, without any carby fillers, has been a fun process, and today I present my favorite creation to date.”
Chicken in Mole Sauce
From 24-7 Low Carb Diner: “The sauce is complex, for sure, but not at all hard to put together. If you have never made or enjoyed a Mole sauce, you may be surprised to learn that chocolate is an important ingredient. The sauce is a little sweet, and a little spicy. Both hot spicy and cinnamon and clove spicy.”
From Sugar-Free Mom: “Flavors of Fall always include some maple and cinnamon and that’s exactly what you’ll find in this creamy custard! Made with a secret ingredient to keep this beauty of a dessert low-carb you won’t care or notice it’s made minus real maple syrup! The smooth texture goes on for days with each spoonful and the maple and cinnamon linger on your taste buds making this the best combination in the world!”
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