21 Easy Keto Crockpot Recipes

Whether you’ve been on a keto diet for years or just getting started, one thing that is super helpful is having keto crockpot recipes that help make dinner time much easier.

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When you’re following a keto way of eating, you’re eating fewer carbs and very little sugar.

Best of all, you get to enjoy plenty of good fats, high-protein foods, and meat.

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Besides being healthy, keto crockpot recipes can save you tons of time, too.

Being able to put some ingredients into a crockpot takes a lot less time than standing over a hot stove.

We scoured the web to find some of our own favorite keto slow cooker recipes.

These 21 low carb crock pot recipes will have something for everyone. Hint: we even included a delicious keto dessert. Enjoy!

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1. Crock Pot Keto Chili Recipe

If you are looking for an excellent no-bean chili recipe, you’ve found it.

Most chili recipes call for beans, but beans are high in carbs, so they’re not the best thing to eat when you’re following a keto way of eating.

The secret to getting chili perfect without beans is being as generous as possible with your chili spices.

This keto chili recipe takes only 15 minutes to prep and cooks in a few hours in your slow cooker. Use chicken broth to give this keto crockpot recipe even more flavor.

You can serve this delicious paleo chili with keto cornbread.

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2. Crockpot Parmesan Meatballs

Everyone loves a delicious spaghetti and meatball dinner, and while keto eaters usually skip the pasta, there’s no reason you can’t enjoy some juicy meatballs.

With this excellent recipe, you can make the perfect keto Italian-style meatballs that are simmered in a low carb marinara sauce.

These meatballs are great served by themselves with a salad. Alternatively, you can enjoy these Parmesan meatballs with some zucchini noodles (zoodles).

To make the meatballs, use ground beef or a combination of ground beef and ground pork. You can also use ground turkey for this recipe.

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3. Slow Cooker Sausage and Peppers

There’s never a bad time for sausage and peppers, and when you use Italian sausage, this tasty dish is like eating a crockpot crustless pizza. This recipe is one of our favorite keto crockpot recipes.

The recipe calls for Italian sausage and marinara sauce. You can make your own sauce or use a high-quality jarred marinara like Classico Riserva, which is low in sugar.

For veggies, you can use both red bell pepper and green bell pepper to make your keto meal even more appealing.

Seasonings for this dish are Italian seasoning, garlic salt (or garlic powder), salt, and black pepper.

Shredded mozzarella cheese finishes this keto crockpot dish off beautifully. This dish makes a great freezer meal that you can pull out on busy weeknights.

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4. Slow Cooker Cauliflower Chowder

If you’ve been doing keto for a while, one of the things you likely miss is the humble potato.

Although full of carbs, the versatility of the potato has a lot of appeal. Fortunately, cauliflower can jump in to fill the void with some great keto slow cooker recipes.

This cauliflower soup is reminiscent of a big old bowl of baked potato soup.

The soup comes complete with all of the fixings you would put on top of a bowl of potato soup, including bacon, green onions, and shredded cheddar cheese.

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5. Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Wings

Do you remember the first time you ate buffalo chicken wings? It was like heaven on a plate!

When you cook your chicken wings in a slow cooker, you don’t have a greasy mess.

The meat on these wings comes out beautifully tender and absolutely loaded with a delicious spicy flavor.

This chicken recipe does call for brown sugar but just eliminate it. You won’t miss it at all and it’s not needed for the flavor.

You can use a store-bought buffalo sauce or make your own buffalo chicken sauce.

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6. Slow Cooker Chicken Cacciatore

This chicken cacciatore is elegant enough to serve to company but easy enough for a healthy dinner on a busy weeknight. If you’re looking for great keto crockpot ideas, this is a great one.

In the slow cooker, your juicy chicken thighs simmer in a thick and rich tomato sauce.

The chicken becomes even moister and soaks up all of the delicious flavor and seasoning.

Specifically, this recipe calls for chicken thighs, but you can use chicken breast if you want.

This chicken recipe is made with bell pepper, mushrooms, onion, diced tomato, and garlic.

The spices in this keto recipe are red wine vinegar and dried oregano.

If you have an Instant Pot, you can use it to cook this dish, too.

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7. Crockpot Loaded Cauliflower Casserole

When you’re living the keto way, cauliflower is one of your best friends.

For us, there’s no better way to enjoy cauliflower than with lots of melty, gooey cheese.

This recipe is made with both frozen cauliflower and cauliflower rice.

The creaminess of this casserole is delivered by heavy whipping cream and cream cheese.

Shredded cheddar cheese is the star of the show in this cauliflower casserole.

To season this dish, use bacon and Tony Chachere’s seasoning blend. It delivers tons of spiciness that is just right.

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8. Slow Cooker Butternut Squash Soup

Slow cookers are great for cooking so many things, but it seems like they were born for keto crockpot soup.

When it comes to keto slow cooker recipes, there are few that are creamier and healthier than butternut squash soup.

This hearty but simple soup has a velvety texture that is absolutely to die for.

Also, it doesn’t get much healthier than this. This recipe is gluten-free and vegan as it’s written.

If you have leftovers, you can freeze this soup in single-serving portions for up to three months.

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9. Slow Cooker Pot Roast

A good pot roast keto dinner is usually welcomed by every member of the family, and it’s one of our favorite keto slow cooker recipes.

Also, there is no better way to cook this cut of meat than in the crockpot.

When you cook a pot roast for your keto diet, you will probably skip the root veggies that normally come with this dish.

However, you can always serve this delicious roast atop some mashed cauliflower. The gravy with this roast is absolutely wonderful.

For seasoning, this roast uses black pepper, garlic, onion, and parsley. You can use beef broth or bone broth to make an even tastier sauce. This dish is equally delicious cooked in the Instant Pot.

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10. Keto Queso Dip

Who doesn’t love queso dip? Even in Congress, there are contests as to who can make the best queso.

The best queso crockpot recipe is rich and creamy, and getting that with a keto queso recipe is easy as pie (without all of the sugar that’s in a pie!).

This queso recipe uses three types of cheese: shredded cheddar cheese, shredded Monterey jack cheese, and cream cheese.

Adding heavy cream to this recipe gives it even more creaminess.

For flavor, this queso brings it home with jalapeno pepper, butter, onion, and cumin.

If you want to really get the party going, stir some ground beef into your queso.

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11. Slow Cooker Pork Loin

The best way to cook pork loin is to slowly cook it in a crock pot.

Slow cooking a pork loin brings out all of the juiciness and wonderful flavor of the pork, and this slow cooker recipe is perfect for that.

For this recipe, the secret is in the sauce that you make after the pork loin is finished cooking. The garlic herb sauce is made in a skillet with the cooking juices from your pork loin.

The only seasoning in this delicious meat dish is dried parsley and black pepper. The five garlic cloves do the rest.

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12. Crockpot Chicken Fajitas

Chicken fajitas are one of the most popular Tex-Mex foods, and fortunately, fajitas are naturally low carb.

To make these low carb chicken fajitas, you’re going to be able to use some frozen, canned, and pre-mixed seasonings, so this is one of the easy keto crockpot recipes.

Besides chicken breast, you will need frozen fajita vegetables. If you don’t have those, you can cut up some onion and bell bell peppers.

For seasoning your chicken fajitas, you can use a packet of fajita seasoning mix or taco seasoning mix.

Canned tomatoes add tons of flavor, or you can use a jar of low carb salsa.

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13. Keto White Chicken Chili

Chili is a family favorite, and white chicken chili is right behind traditional tomato-based chili in flavor and wholesomeness.

This white chicken chili recipe is a low carb recipe with loads of flavor. If you want a lighter dinner, this chili is the perfect dish to make.

The flavoring for this white chicken chili comes from the chopped green chiles, bell pepper, ground cumin, adobo seasoning, sriracha seasoning, and cayenne pepper.

The dish is super creamy thanks to the sour cream. Cooking this white chicken chili with chicken broth makes it even more nutritious and flavorful.

Be sure to top your steaming bowls of chicken chili with some shredded Monterey Jack cheese.

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14. Keto Spinach Artichoke Dip

When it comes to dips, one of the most popular in recent years has been spinach artichoke dip.

Now, this dip is usually served with bread, and you’re probably not eating much bread on your keto diet unless it’s keto bread.

You can use veggie sticks to dip into this yummy dip.

With shredded Parmesan cheese, shredded Mozzarella cheese, and cream cheese, this dip is super creamy. The mayo helps with creaminess, too!

This dip is full of artichokes and spinach, both of which are keto-friendly.

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15. Crockpot Keto Taco Casserole

Tex-Mex and Mexican food are beloved by almost everyone, and there are plenty of great taco casserole recipes out there, including keto crockpot meals.

However, this recipe for taco casserole is a keto recipe and it’s bursting with flavor.

The recipe calls for ground beef, but technically, you could use any ground meat. Moreover, you can even use chicken breast or chicken thigh in this recipe.

The veggies in this casserole are bell pepper and cauliflower. This casserole’s creaminess comes from cream cheese that’s mixed with a low carb marinara sauce.

The spices are what make this casserole so special, and they include paprika, cumin, chili powder, onion powder, and garlic powder.

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16. Crockpot Squash Au Gratin

Yellow squash and zucchini both have so much wonderful flavor.

One of the highlights of summertime is having an abundance of these two wonderful veggies. And in the summer, the prices for them are so low.

Why not make a delightful squash casserole?

The casserole itself is quite simple. Seasonings for this dish include black pepper, Italian seasoning, garlic powder, and sea salt.

A little bit of Asiago or Parmesan cheese gives this casserole tons of flavor.

However, feel free to layer this in the crock pot with a lot of shredded cheddar cheese or Mozzarella cheese on top so that you’ve got an au gratin dish that will make your family swoon.

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17. Jalapeno Popper Dip

Everyone loves dip and this is a really special one because it’s so creamy and cheesy.

One of the best benefits of the keto lifestyle is being able to enjoy cheese, and this dip delivers the cheese.

With shredded Parmesan cheese, shredded cheddar cheese, and cream cheese, you’re going to be in a cheese-lovers paradise when you serve this dip.

Crumbled bacon adds so much flavor to this dip, and the topping is made of pork rinds that have been finely crushed.

Want to make this dip even more hearty? Stir in some shredded chicken.

For seasoning, the jalapenos are the star of the show.

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18. Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Dip

If you love buffalo chicken wings, you’re going to adore crockpot buffalo chicken dip.

Our favorite way to eat this yummy and spicy dip is with the veggies we’re accustomed to seeing with buffalo wings. Think celery sticks, carrots, and even cauliflower.

This chicken recipe calls for a specific seasoning mix, but there’s no reason you can’t use your own spices.

What makes one of the creamiest keto crock pot meals is the cream cheese and Greek yogurt. If you don’t have Greek yogurt, you can use sour cream instead.

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19. Slow Cooker Mashed Cauliflower

If you’ve not yet tried mashed cauliflower, you’re going to be astonished at how delicious it is.

This recipe has only five ingredients and takes just 10 minutes of prep work.

The best part about this recipe is that it’s both keto-friendly and ideal for paleo diets. For paleo diets, you will need to go easy on dairy products.

This recipe calls for a whopping six cloves of garlic, so you know it delivers all of the good flavor.

You can cook your cauliflower in vegetable broth, beef broth, or chicken broth for more flavor. We love this keto crock pot recipe.

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20. Slow Cooker Salmon

It seems like there’s no wrong way to cook salmon.

You can grill salmon, bake it, steam it, and yes, even cook it in the crockpot.

When you cook salmon in your crockpot, you get perfect salmon with very little effort.

This recipe is keto-friendly, low carb, and even great for Whole30.

All you need to season this salmon recipe is a sliced lemon, garlic, salt and pepper, and fresh dill.

Serve this salmon with a side salad or some grilled asparagus and you’re good to go!

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21. Crockpot Keto Lemon Cake

We promised you a delicious dessert and here it is.

Yes, you absolutely can bake a cake in your crockpot, and in this case, it can even be a keto dessert.

This lemon cake is made with coconut flour and almond flour. The sweetness comes from your Swerve or Pyure.

You even get a topping with this cake, also made from Pyure. The lemon flavor in this cake is divine and it comes from freshly squeezed lemon juice.

Watch the video below for even more great low carb crock pot recipes.

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