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Do you know what is the most expensive ingredient in crockpot recipes?  Meat!  (Trust me.  I’ve made hundreds or thousands of meals and have analyzed the costs.) That’s why when I saw epic meat sales at the grocery store last weekend I knew I had to stock up.

I ended up buying 10 packages of all-natural chicken breasts and six boneless pork roasts.  That’s how much I could buy without blowing my food budget.  It also seemed like a good amount to stock our freezer without overflowing it.  Freezer meals are good for at least three months and I knew we’d have no problem eating them during that time.

It only took me an hour to turn the chicken breasts into 10 crockpot freezer meals and then I turned to the pork.  I focused on our favorite recipes and added in two new ones from Six Sisters’ Stuff and Sweet Peas and Saffron (Yum!).

Here’s what I made:

  1. Cranberry Pork Roast (only 4 ingredients!)
  2. Company Pork Roast from Six Sisters’ Stuff
  3. Shredded BBQ Pork
  4. Maple Pulled Pork from Sweet Peas and Saffron
  5. Italian Pork Roast
  6. Cherry Pork Roast with Sweet Potatoes (inspired by a recipe in my Freezer Cooking Cookbook eBooks and shared for free below)


The 6 Best Pork Crockpot Freezer Meals in 35 MinutesWhat’s so great about these meals?

  • They’re all pork recipes, so I made them when boneless pork roasts were buy one, get one free at the grocery store and saved $30!!  (The recipes were pretty simple, and I had almost all of the ingredients on-hand, so I only spent $33 total or $5.50 per meal.)
  • None of the recipes required any cooking ahead of time, so I was able to make all six in 35 minutes (less than 6 minutes/meal).
  • They’re healthy and delicious!

Tips for making this specific group of crockpot freezer meals:

These recipes were very easy and straightforward.  I focused on one freezer bag at a time and filled it with its ingredients.  I used Jokari-Hands Free Baggy Racks to keep the bags from spilling everywhere and bribed my one year old with popsicles, applesauce, and pretty much anything else that he wanted because I knew I could make these meals quickly while he was awake (my daughters were outside playing with friends).

The 6 Best Pork Crockpot Freezer Meals in 35 Minutes

Thoughts or questions?  Leave a comment below and I’ll respond as soon as I can.  I’d love to hear from you.  XO, Kelly

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6 years ago

I’ve followed your blog for a while but never acted on any ideas! Today I made these 6 pork roasts! Super easy! I’m so excited about filling my freezer with your recipes! Thank you! Thank you!


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6 years ago

What kind of Pork Roast are you using in these recipes? My family prefers the darker meat varieties (like Pork Boston, pork shoulder & butt) but they tend to be more fatty. Will those turn out ok with the ingredients of these yummy looking recipes? The very lean Pork Loin & Pork Sirloin always seem too dry in a crock pot recipe and Pork Tenderloin just seems too nice of a cut of meat to put in the crock pot.

Donna Lesser
Donna Lesser
6 years ago

Kelly, I tried to order 3 cook books but I don’t know if my order went through. I placed my order today 8/19/17.