These healthy Crockpot recipes will take you from breakfast to dinner. From a healthy slow cooker oatmeal recipes to a super easy and healthy dessert recipe for the slow cooker, these healthy Crockpot recipes will keep you cooking effortlessly all day long.
Steel cut oatmeal is heartier than oatmeal made with rolled oats, which allows it to hold up during the long, slow cooking process. This steel cut oatmeal is not only a healthy Crockpot recipe, it's also a super easy way to enjoy a hot breakfast. Just dump everything in the slow cooker at night, and wake up to hot breakfast in the morning.
This split pea soup is loaded with fiber and vitamins, and it's a cinch to prepare in the Crockpot. This healthy recipe is warm and comforting, perfect for cold wintry days.
Don't let the long list of ingredients for this healthy Crockpot recipe stop you. Most are spices and canned pantry ingredients you probably have on hand.
Chicken with 40 cloves of garlic is normally braised, but this recipe is made in the Crockpot, which makes it even easier. I leave the skin on the chicken during cooking to retain moisture, but if you eat the chicken with the skin off, this Crockpot recipe is even healthier.
Extra lean ground beef, ground turkey, oatmeal and chopped vegetables make this a healthy Crockpot meatloaf recipe. But this meatloaf is wonderfully moist and hearty, too.
Pre-cooked frozen meatballs make this healthy Crockpot recipe a snap to prepare. Just dump in the ingredients and come back to a hot meal. Serve with rice.
Lean chicken breasts cook slowly in a sweet and tangy sauce made from lemonade concentrate, brown sugar, balsamic vinegar and ketchup in this healthy Crockpot recipe.
There's no need for a rice cooker when you have this fool-proof rice recipe made for the Crockpot. This is one of my favorite healthy Crockpot recipes, because it's so simple.
Making rice pudding in the slow cooker yields a wonderfully creamy texture with almost no work. This rice pudding is a healthy Crockpot recipe because it's made with brown rice and 2% milk, so it has more fiber and less fat (you can also make this recipe with whole milk if you prefer).