This eCookbook collection contains all of the Paleo recipes in my best-selling Freezer Meals eCookbook Bundle. Inside the printable pdf, you’ll find 16 easy and healthy recipes that can be frozen without any cooking ahead of time. Simply combine the meat, vegetables, sauces, and spices in freezer bags and freeze for later. The meals cook for the first time in your crockpot and don’t taste like leftovers at all.
All of the recipes are dairy-free, grain-free, gluten-free, soy-free, sugar-free, free of processed foods, and absolutely delicious. Sweet potatoes, honey, extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil, unsweetened coconut milk, and apple cider vinegar are included in moderation.
I tried to stick to a strict Paleo diet while still creating recipes that taste great and can made with ingredients available at your local grocery store.
Hi! I’m Kelly. I’m a crockpot-loving mom of four living in Pittsburgh, PA. After trying thousands of freezer meals myself, I worked with my husband, Andy, and cousin, Jill, to package the very best recipes into digital eCookbooks. Over the course of four years we created healthy freezer recipes with enough different flavors, textures, and cooking methods for every night of the week. These recipes were taste-tested by our families and thousands of happy customers. I know you’re going to love the recipes in this Paleo Crockpot Freezer Meals eCookbook.
What’s inside this eCookbook?
- 16 delicious Paleo recipes that can be frozen without any cooking ahead of time and then cooked in your crockpot
- Full nutritional information for every recipe
- A printer-friendly format
- A super-organized grocery list
- Freezer meal labels that can be filled out and printed on regular computer paper or Avery water-resistant stickers
- Tips for freezing and cooking freezer meals safely and efficiently
Full List of Paleo Crockpot Freezer Recipes (most have 10 ingredients or less!)
- Thai Chicken
- Chicken Fajita Salads
- Chicken Cheesesteak Lettuce Wraps
- Italian-Style Pot Roast
- Jalapeno Lime Shredded Pork
- Lemon Pepper Chicken
- Mediterranean Shredded Pork
- Orange Ginger Chicken
- Pulled Pork
- Red Pepper Chicken
- Spicy Beef Curry Stew
- “Monster” Burgers
- Grandma’s Beef Stew
- Hamburger Sweet Potato Soup
- Classic Pot Roast
- Chili-Spiced Beef and Carrots
Bonus Recipe: Homemade Beef Broth in the Crockpot
Every recipe cooks for the first time in your crockpot 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 do you consider Paleo?
All of the recipes are dairy-free, grain-free, gluten-free, soy-free, sugar-free, free of processed foods, and absolutely delicious. Sweet potatoes, honey, extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil, unsweetened coconut milk, and apple cider vinegar are included in moderation. The grocery list was reviewed by Paleo and grain-free expert Carol Lovett of Ditch the Wheat.
How many servings are in each recipe?
4-6. If you are only cooking for two people, you can eat the leftovers for lunch the next day (my favorite method) or split each recipe into two freezer bags when you’re freezing it and then cook in a smaller crockpot (2-4 quarts). This is the small crockpot that I personally recommend.
Do the meals need to be thawed?
The USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service recommends thawing frozen meat before placing it in a crockpot, so I thaw my meals overnight in the refrigerator or in the morning in water.
Do I have to freeze the meals before cooking them?
No. You can skip the freezing step altogether and cook the meals fresh in your crockpot instead.
Most of the meals need to cook 6-8 hours. What should I do if I’m out of the house for longer than that?
Most meals will cook perfectly in 6 hours on “low” in a 6-quart crockpot or 8 hours on “low” in a 4-quart crockpot. If you need to be out of the house longer than that, I highly recommend purchasing a crockpot with a timer that you can program to switch to the “warm” setting after a specified amount of time. This is the programmable crockpot that I own and use most often. These meals will save you so much money that they will quickly pay for the cost of a new crockpot.
Are the recipes budget-friendly?
Yes. Most of my recipes are made with 10 ingredients or less and cost less than $10 to make.
How long do the meals last in the freezer?
Most meals will last at least three months in a standard refrigerator/freezer combo.
Can I re-freeze the leftovers?
Yes. Once the meals are cooked they are the same as non-frozen meals.
One last question – What’s an eCookbook?
All of my eCookbooks 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.
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