47 AIP Crockpot Recipes [Autoimmune-Friendly, Nut-Free, Nightshade-Free, Egg-Free, Paleo]
When you’re sticking to an AIP diet (Paleo autoimmune protocol), you want to spend your time and energy healing your body rather than cooking all day long. That’s why the crockpot (slow cooker) is an essential device! In fact, if you’re cooking for the entire family, then we suggest you get two slow cookers so you cook multiple dishes at the same time!
If you already have a crockpot, then these AIP crockpot recipes will help you save time in the kitchen. Many of the recipes are just throw into the pot and leave until dinner time recipes, but we’ve also got AIP crockpot desserts and veggie side dishes too. So check out the table of contents below and jump straight to whatever dish you want to get started with today.
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Table Of Contents For AIP Crockpot Recipes
- AIP Crockpot Recipes with Beef
- AIP Crockpot Recipes with Chicken
- AIP Crockpot Recipes with Pork
- AIP Crockpot Recipes with Lamb
- Vegetarian AIP Crockpot Recipes
- AIP Dessert Recipes Made in the Crockpot
- Other AIP Crockpot Recipes
– Whole Life Eating
Ingredients: chuck roast, sweet yellow onions, ground cinnamon, garlic powder, salt.
This super easy chuck roast recipe is not only quick to prepare; it is also delicious. With only five ingredients, you can throw it together in a snap and have a wonderful dinner without a ton of work.
– Phoenix Helix
Ingredients: beef stew meat, radishes, celery root, carrots, bone broth, salt, onions, cloves garlic, fresh rosemary, cranberries.
You know that old-fashioned beef stew recipe that has been passed down through the family for generations? Well this is a more flavorful and healthier version. With cranberries, fresh rosemary, fresh vegetables and beef stew meat, it is an excellent crockpot recipe to start a new tradition with.
– The Real Food Guide
Ingredients: coconut oil, beef, onion, celery, carrots, parsnips, sweet potato, bone broth, coconut milk, turmeric, salt.
Old fashioned beef stew with a twist. Use coconut milk and coconut oil for a thicker and creamier base. Instead of potatoes, this recipe calls for sweet potatoes to create a sweeter flavor. And the best part is that after browning the meat, you can throw it all into the crockpot and forget about it until dinner time.
– Kaiku Lifestyle
Ingredients: beef stew meat, sea salt, honey (optional), full fat coconut milk, mushrooms, carrots, arrowroot starch (optional), broth, thyme (optional).
Another great crockpot beef stew recipe, this beef stroganoff one uses full fat coconut milk and adds in mushrooms and thyme. With the option of adding in honey, you can make it a little sweeter or leave it be for a hearty meal.
– Unbound Wellness
Ingredients: beef bone broth, beef stew meat, Japanese white sweet potato (or parsnips), leeks, rosemary, thyme, sea salt.
Who says you have to wait until winter to eat a hearty beef stew? This recipe makes a wonderful meal for anytime of the year and it’s super easy to make. With Japanese white sweet potato, leeks and rosemary and thyme, it’s a delicious meal to serve for dinner.
– Elana’s Pantry
Ingredients: flank rib (shoulder roast or stew meat), chicken stock, onion, cloves garlic, mushrooms, carrots, garlic powder, onion powder, celtic sea salt.
Beef brisket is one of the easiest meats to cook. It will fall apart in your mouth no matter what you cook it with. This recipe uses onions and mushrooms in a crock pot to make a mouthwatering main dish that will have your family begging for more.
– Eat Heal Thrive
Ingredients: basil leaves, oil, plum vinegar, lemon juice, garlic, lemon zest (optional), beef roast, bone broth.
This lemon and basil shredded beef recipe is a great one to make during the summer or in the middle of the winter. The citrusy flavored meat is excellent when used in leaf wraps or as a main dish served with AIP sides.
– The Paleo Drummer
Ingredients: beef heart, garlic, onion, beef broth, olive oil, bacon, fresh mushrooms.
If you’re looking for ways to get more nutrient-dense foods into your diet, then this bacon, onion and mushroom stuffed beef heart is the one to try. Slow cooking in a crockpot makes the meat super tender and the bacon, onion and mushroom add just the right amount of flavor to make it tasty.
– The Sydney Life
Ingredients: osso buco (veal shanks), onions, carrots, celery, garlic cloves, bacon, fat, fresh rosemary, balsamic vinegar, apple cider vinegar, bone broth (or beef stock), silver beet/swiss chard.
A delicious Australian style meal, this recipe makes osso buco that falls apart and melts in your mouth. With balsamic vinegar, bone broth, silver beets/swiss chard, rosemary, bacon, carrots, garlic, and celery, it is a filling and yummy meal in a slow cooker.
Nothing tastes better than homemade… well, homemade anything. And this homemade Thai chicken soup is no exception. It is not only tastier than what’s served at restaurants, but much better for you. With lemongrass, basil, ginger and lime, it is a wonderful AIP slow cooker recipe that will leave you wanting more.
– A Squirrel in the Kitchen
Ingredients: chicken breasts, carrots, onion, apples, plums, full fat coconut milk, salt, sage.
Fruit in a meat stew? Yes. This chicken stew adds apples and plums to a thick and hearty soup for a flavor that is divine. And the good news is that it’s super easy to make. Save those leftovers for the next day because you will not want to waste a bite.
Bacon, yum! Chicken with bacon and yummy seasonings such as thyme, oregano, rosemary and salt make a super easy and delicious meal. Serve with a side of veggies and you have a really amazing meal that took only a few minutes of prep. It’s a favorite for many of our readers, and we hope this simple AIP crockpot recipe becomes one of yours too.
– Sweet Potato and Social Change
Ingredients: chicken breasts, olive oil, apple cider vinegar, honey, garlic, salt.
There is just something really fantastic about honey and garlic together and this recipe uses them on chicken breasts to make a moist and delicious main dish.
Extra easy and super delicious chicken stock is now at your fingertips. Make this AIP crockpot recipe in large batches and save it for future meals as it’s hard to find packaged chicken stock that’s AIP-friendly.
This recipe is a healthy, delicious, and AIP way to eat chicken drumsticks that uses apples and honey and cooks in your crockpot. It’s so good that it will be hard to stop eating them.
– AIP Lifestyle
Ingredients: chicken, bone broth, kale, lemons, lemon juice, onions, olive oil, salt.
This is a twist on the traditional chicken soup, add in kale and lemon juice with the chicken and bone broth. Delicious and extremely hearty, it will leave you feeling full and super satisfied without a ton of work.
– Beyond the Bite
Ingredients: chicken thighs (or) turkey cutlets, full-fat canned coconut milk, chicken stock, ground turmeric, ground ginger, ground cinnamon, garlic powder, fresh lemongrass, leeks (white parts), sweet potato, baby bok choy, cauliflower, orange juice, coconut aminos, sea salt, fish sauce.
If you love curry but know it’s off the table because you’re on AIP and staying nightshade-free, then you will love this recipe. It avoids all nightshades (including curry powder) but still looks and tastes much like curry. Seasonings like turmeric, ginger, garlic, lemongrass and cinnamon are used instead. Add in leeks, sweet potato, baby bok choy and cauliflower for a full and hearty meal that is super delicious and easy to make.
You can enjoy some Chinese favorites still even if you can’t use soy sauce anymore on AIP. Coconut aminos taste very similar to soy sauce but isn’t made from soy and is completely AIP-friendly! So, add some coconut aminos to your crockpot to make this orange chicken recipe taste extra good.
Pork tenderloin is such a delicious piece of meat if it’s cooked right. This recipe does just that, with black lava sea salt and bacon, how could it be cooked wrong? And the pork comes out so tender.
– Beyond the Bite
Ingredients: boneless pork roast, cabbage, white onions, ginger, pineapple, coconut aminos, sea salt, fish sauce.
This boneless pork roast is divine with cabbage, ginger, onions and pineapple. And to make it even better, use coconut aminos and fish sauce to give the already delicious flavor a extra boost.
– Phoenix Helix
Ingredients: apples, onion, water, pork roast, extra virgin olive oil, garlic, sea salt, thyme, rosemary.
Roasts are the perfect food for any slow cooker. In this delicious AIP crockpot recipe, the apples and onions make the gravy taste really good.
– Melissa Joulwan’s Well Fed
Ingredients: pork roast, garlic, salt, oregano, basil, rosemary.
There are so many wonderful ways to season a pork roast that make them taste so divine, and this recipe is no exception. With just garlic, salt, oregano, basil, and rosemary for seasoning, this roast is easy to make and will leave you feeling full and satisfied.
Sometimes getting greens in your diet is hard – they are either bland or just yucky. However, this simple but delicious recipe will change that. Collard greens with bacon, garlic, stock, and apple cider vinegar – these ingredients are a yummy way to get those greens in an enjoyable way.
– Domestic Soul
Ingredients: pork roast, sauerkraut, onion (optional), apples.
This super simple but extremely tasty pork roast recipe will make your taste buds go into overdrive. The flavors from the apples really compliment the pork and sauerkraut. And the wondrous smell during the cooking process will have your neighbors begging for some.
– Nom Nom Paleo
Ingredients: butt roast, bacon, Hawaiian coarse sea salt, garlic cloves.
Another super simple but very delicious pork recipe, this one uses butt roast with bacon, garlic, and Hawaiian sea salt to make a wonderful main dish. Serve with your favorite sides for a great meal.
– The Bacon Mum
Ingredients: pork ribs, salt, garlic salt, apples, beet, onion, maple syrup, apple cider vinegar.
This recipe gives a new twist to BBQ ribs. Not only are they cooked in a slow cooker, but the garlic salt, apples, beet, onion, maple syrup and apple cider vinegar add a ton of flavor to the ribs without the need for tomatoes. This recipe is so easy to make you will be surprised, and it makes a pot full of fall apart ribs that are finger-licking good.
– Beauty and the Foodie
Photo Credit: Stacey from Beauty and the Foodie
Ingredients: pork roast, bacon, Hawaiian black lava salt, garlic, liquid smoke, cauliflower, chicken broth, garlic powder, sea salt.
This delicious roast is super easy to make and is a complete meal with the cauliflower rice. Just rub the meat in the Hawaiian black lava sea salt and set on top of the bacon and garlic, add some smoke flavor if desired and allow to cook. How much easier can it get to make something so mouthwatering?
– The Bacon Mum
Ingredients: pork loin, garlic, coconut aminos, fish sauce, maple syrup, ginger, honey.
This homemade teriyaki sauce is AIP-friendly! And used on a tender pork loin, it is amazing. Serve with a delicious side for a full meal.
– Gutsy By Nature
Ingredients: pork roast, clove garlic, salt, baby turnips, broccoli.
A great pulled pork recipe that is super easy with the baby turnips and broccoli cooking in the same pot and therefore the same juice. The meat falls apart with a delicious flavor to boost.
– Eat Heal Thrive
Ingredients: pork roast, sea salt, oil, onion, garlic cloves, cranberry juice, broth or stock, maple syrup, balsamic vinegar, thyme, cranberries, arrowroot flour.
Cranberries are an excellent fruit to add to almost any meat dish as it adds a bit of sweetness and tartness. With sea salt, onion, garlic, broth or stock and maple syrup, this pork roast tastes absolutely delicious. Cooked in a crockpot, the meat will fall apart with a bare touch.
– Simple & Merry
Ingredients: lemon, rosemary, salt, water, leg of lamb.
Lamb is one of those meats that can be really tough if not cooked right. This recipe takes care of that with lemon and rosemary cooked with it in a slow cooker. Super delicious and tender, this recipe is a must for those who love lamb meat.
– Comfort Bites
Ingredients: lamb shanks, mint, cider vinegar, water, honey, salt.
This is another great AIP crockpot lamb recipe, and this recipe uses mint, cider vinegar, and honey to flavor the lamb shanks in the slow cooker.
– Enjoying This Journey
Ingredients: fat of choice, onions, turmeric, ginger, butternut squash, apples, bone broth, sea salt, green onions or apples (garnish).
This delicious and heartwarming AIP soup makes a great winter dish, but don’t let the summer heat stop you from giving it a try. Filling and super satisfying with onions, turmeric, ginger, butternut squash, apples, bone broth and sea salt. Make sure to save the leftovers for another day.
– The Bacon Mum
Ingredients: red cabbage, cinnamon, maple syrup, cranberries, apple cider vinegar, apples, rock salt.
There is something about red cabbage that is so enticing – maybe it’s the color, maybe it’s the flavor. Either way, red cabbage cooked in a slow cooker with cinnamon, maple syrup, cranberries, and apples is a delicious way to enjoy it. After you try this recipe, you may never want to eat red cabbage any other way.
– The Domestic Man
Ingredients: sweet potatoes, coconut milk, water, salt.
This super creamy AIP soup is delicious and simple. It very easy to make and tastes really good with a pork roast.
– Money Saving Mom
Ingredients: veggie scraps, bay leaves, water.
This super easy veggie broth can simmer and cook while you are busy and can be kept to use in a variety of dishes later.
Ingredients: sweet potatoes.
You can’t make cooking sweet potatoes any easier than this. Wrap and stick in the crockpot.
– Phoenix Helix
Ingredients: onions, extra virgin olive oil.
Super easy and so simple, yet so good! The name says it all.
– The Primordial Table
Ingredients: beets, coconut oil, onion, celery, carrots, pumpkin puree, chicken broth, lemon juice, apple cider vinegar, dried savory, sea salt.
Avoiding tomatoes is just one of the things that make sticking to AIP difficult, but this recipe solves some of the problem. Now you can enjoy tomato soup without the tomatoes with this AIP tomatoless soup recipe! It’s not the easiest recipe ever, but it’s also not super complicated. And it’s definitely worth the extra bit of work.
Applesauce that tastes just like apple pie… yum. And it’s easy to make in a slow cooker. That famous saying, set it and forget it, was made just for this recipe. Although you may not be able to forget as the wondrous smell will fill your whole house – better than a scented candle.
– Paleo Cajun Lady
Ingredients: apples, cranberries, ginger, lemon, maple syrup, vanilla extract, cinnamon, salt, water.
If you want a slightly different version of applesauce, then give this cranberry-applesauce recipe a try. It’s a delicious dessert that will please even the pickiest of eaters.
– Seasonal and Savory
Ingredients: apples, honey, vanilla bean, salt.
And if you’re looking for a super simple applesauce recipe, then this one only uses 4 ingredients that are all pretty easy to find.
– The Domestic Man
Ingredients: bison fat, water.
An easy to follow recipe for making your own tallow fat for cooking with.
– Koko Paleo
Ingredients: turkey breast, apples, raw cranberries, salt, apple cider vinegar, maple syrup.
If you are looking for a great recipe to replace traditional turkey for the holidays, then look no further. This turkey recipe uses apples and raw cranberries with maple syrup and apple cider vinegar to give your turkey a wonderful flavor that will have your family drooling at the smell.
– The Primordial Table
Ingredients: bacon, onion, celery, leek, parsnips, clams, clam broth, bay leaf, thyme, pumpkin, coconut milk, salt.
This delightful pumpkin clam chowder is a great way to use some pumpkin in a flavorful AIP soup. With bacon, onion, celery, leek, parsnips, clams and seasonings like thyme, bay leaf, and salt, this recipe will be not only delicious but filling.
– A Clean Plate
Ingredients: ground beef, oregano, parsley, basil, ginger, sea salt, spinach, spaghetti squash, carrots, garlic, onions, beets, bay leaves, broth, dried basil, thyme, rosemary, parsley, oregano, sea salt.
A Paleo and AIP-friendly version of spaghetti, this recipe uses no tomatoes in it whatsoever. Spices such as oregano, parsley, basil, ginger, garlic, bay leaves, and oregano are used with spaghetti squash and ground beef to make this fantastic recipe.