Here are 25 crockpot recipes that you can freeze raw. Simply combine the meats, vegetables, sauces and spices, and freeze!
Since none of these crockpot recipes need to be cooked before freezing them, the prep process is super fast. They’re the perfect recipes for busy moms who struggle to get dinner on the table, let alone stock their freezers too.
Prep a couple of these crockpot freezer recipes while your kids are napping (or watching TV) or set aside a few hours on the weekend to stock your freezer. Whatever works for you.
All of these freezer meals cook for the first time in your crockpot. That means they taste just as good as freshly-prepared meals – not like leftovers at all!
Curious how it all works? Check out the recipes below!
Twenty-Five Crockpot Recipes That You Can Freeze Raw
- Chicken Chili
- Hawaiian Chicken
- Ginger Peach Chicken
- Orange Chicken
- Shredded BBQ Chicken
- Chicken Curry
- Chicken Teriyaki
- Sweet & Spicy BBQ Chicken
- Honey Sesame Chicken
- Honey Bourbon Chicken
- Cranberry Chicken
- Root Beer BBQ Chicken
- Chicken Fajitas
- Party Pork
- Cranberry Pork Roast
- Spicy Dr. Pepper Shredded Pork
- BBQ Pork
- Pork and Sauerkraut
- Curried Pork Chops
- Vegan Sloppy Joes
- Italian Drip Beef
- Spicy Pepper Beef Roast
- Traditional Beef Roast
- Pineapple Beef Teriyaki
- Pineapple BBQ Beef
If the recipe doesn’t contain freezer directions, simply combine all of the ingredients in a gallon-sized plastic freezer bag and lay flat in your freezer. SO EASY.
When you’re ready to eat, thaw the frozen meal in your refrigerator overnight. In the morning, place it in your crockpot and add 1-2 hours of additional cooking time if the meal isn’t totally thawed. Enjoy!
Thanks for sharing our Pineapple Beef Teriyaki in your crockpot recipe roundup! They all look delish!
Every recipe that I’ve tried from your website has been fantastic! Thanks for taking the time to comment!
We bought a crockpot oh like 2 years ago, and it’s never ever been used. I’ve only looked at a few of these recipes so far and I’m already trying to remember where I put that thing. What a neat idea
If you can’t find it, but a new one. They’re cheap and crockpot meals are so delicious!
Can’t wait to try these! So happy there’s a pin it button now, instead of saving to office!
Yay! Thanks, Julz!
Nice meals. I’m a college student and currently cook my lunches in advance for 2 or three days depending on how busy I’m going to be. However, it would be great to have raw meals frozen to use for dinner for the same days. I do have a question, normally crockpot meals take around 8 hours to cook, is it possible (and if so, how) to take this out the fridge, put it in a crockpot or regular pot and eat within an hour (max two)?
Yes, you can cook thawed soups and chilis that way. I’ve also made my crockpot chicken fajitas in a pan on my stovetop.
I would like to know where i can get the book with the shopping list, freezer recipes and the labels for my slow cooker.
Both of these books have those three things (including the labels that you can print on Avery Stickers):