Hi, I’m Kelly! I have five kids and my husband and I run the successful food blog, The Family Freezer. All of our recipes are simple, healthy, and easy to prepare ahead of time and freeze for months. I don’t have a lot of time to cook, so being able to grab a prepared meal from the freezer and cook it in my crockpot is a life-saver. I hope my recipes help you fit fresh and nutritious meals into your busy lifestyle.
My brother was diagnosed with Type I Diabetes in 2017 and he asked me if we could put something together to support Tour de Cure, so we compiled the best diabetic recipes from our blog and cookbooks into this cookbook eBook. All of the proceeds from this cookbook eBook go directly to Tour de Cure. Thank you for helping raise money for diabetes research!
What’s inside this cookbook eBook?
- 32 delicious Diabetic-friendly recipes that can be frozen without any cooking ahead of time
- Full nutritional information for every recipe
- A printer-friendly format
- Freezer meal labels that can be filled out and printed on regular computer paper or Avery water-resistant stickers
- Tips for freezing and cooking the meals safely and efficiently
Full List of Diabetic Crockpot Freezer Recipes (most have 10 ingredients or less!)
- Beef and Cabbage Soup
- Beef and Quinoa Stuffed Peppers
- Beef and Sweet Potato Stew
- Cherry Pot Roast with Sweet Potatoes
- Chili Spiced Beef and Carrots
- Classic Pot Roast
- Japanese Beef Teriyaki
- Stuffed Pepper Soup
- Asian Lettuce Chicken Wraps (click here to see an example recipe)
- Chicken and Wild Rice Soup
- Chicken Tikka Masala
- Chicken Tortilla Soup
- Citrus Chicken
- Korean BBQ Chicken
- Salsa Verde Chicken
- Singaporean Chicken Rice Stew
- White Chicken Chili
- BBQ Maple Ribs
- BBQ Shredded Pork
- Ginger Peach Pork Roast with Green Beans
- Pear Pork Tenderloin
- Pulled Pork
- Sausage Stuffed Mini Sweet Peppers
- Sweet Potato and Pork Burrito Bowl
- Zuppa Toscana with Sweet Potatoes
- Cheesy Eggplant Bake
- Greens and Beans
- Garden Vegetable Soup with Pesto
- Lebanese Sweet Potato Lentil Chili
- Spiced Butternut Squash Soup
- Tomato Basil Soup
Every recipe cooks for the first time out of the freezer so it tastes exactly like a freshly prepared meal (just without all the work!).
Over 35,000 people already bought my eCookbooks and changed the way they cook.
“What really sets your cookbooks aside is the level of organization and planning you put into the meal preparation process. Everything from the grocery lists, nutritional information, and freezer labels was so well thought out I was throughly impressed. It is so nice to come home after working 10-11 hours to have a meal ready to go. I don’t have to look up the directions again on the Internet, I don’t have to guess the calorie count, I don’t have to make a a shopping list. It’s all there.” -Natalie
“I start work at 5:30 a.m. so your freezer meals have saved my life on so many days! They are wonderful!! We’re having guests for a week and I already have super large crockpot meals in the freezer for each day so there’s no stress about how to feed everyone after a day at work.” -Caroline
“My fiance and I decided to try out several of your recipes and just finished up our second batch of bag prepping this weekend! So far everything has been great!” -Stacey
What makes these recipes appropriate for a Diabetic diet?
All of the recipes in this cookbook eBook have less than 30 net carbs per serving. Full nutritional information is provided at the back of the book.
How do I prepare and cook these meals?
All of these recipes can be assembled ahead of time and frozen for up to three months. When you’re ready to eat them, cook them in your crockpot for a fresh, homemade meal!
Do I have to freeze the meals before cooking?
No. You can add them straight to your crockpot instead. The cooking time stays the same.
How long do the meals last in the freezer?
Most meals will last at least three months in a standard refrigerator/freezer combo.
How many servings are in each recipe?
4-6. You can decrease the number of servings by splitting each recipe into two freezer bags and cooking in a smaller slow cooker (2-4 quarts). Serving size is included in the nutritional information labels.
Do the meals need to be thawed?
Do I need to thaw my frozen meals before cooking? If so, how do I do it?
Most of the meals need to be at least partially thawed so you can break them apart and fit them in a crockpot. I thaw my freezer meals overnight in the refrigerator or in the morning in water.
Are the recipes budget-friendly?
One of the best things about my simple freezer meals is how much money they’ll save you. Most of my recipes are made with 10 ingredients or less and cost less than $10 to make.
Can I re-freeze the leftovers?
Once the meals are cooked they are the same as non-frozen meals, so you can the freeze the leftovers (if you have any!).
One last question – What’s an eBook?
All of my cookbooks are PDF eBooks that can be read on computers, tablets, and smartphones. (No special e-reader required!) They are also formatted to print on regular 8.5×11″ computer paper so you’re welcome to print a copy if you want.
After making a purchase, you will be automatically redirected to a page where you can download your copy of the eBook. You will also be emailed a copy to save to your computer.