Here are 9 Dairy-Free Crock Pot Recipes – No Milk or Cream Here! Cooking with a crock pot can be a lot of fun and way easy too. Finding recipes that are dairy-free can be a little more difficult.
I have taken all the work out of it for you. I have 9 different dairy-free crock pot recipes for you to browse and choose which ones you think look good. You might even want to make one of these recipes for dinner tonight.
Many different kinds of dairy-free recipes can be made in the crock pot. Milk or cream can get nasty if it’s cooked that long anyway.
I hope you enjoy the recipes and I hope you find several that you will come back to time and time again.
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Dairy-Free Crock Pot Recipes
1. Crock Pot Chicken Tortilla Soup – Gluten Free Daddy
Onion – Red Bell Pepper – Zucchini – Green Chilis – Chicken Tenderloins – Tomatoes – Black Beans
This soup is a staple for our family. I love the flavors but I also love how it is all made in one pot and how quick and easy it is to make. I also like how each member of our family can add their favorite toppings and make it the way they like it.
2. Crock Pot Roast Recipe with a Sugar Free Chimichurri Sauce – My Natural Family
This is my favorite way to make pot roast for three reasons. I cook it in the crockpot which always means it’s easy to make. I start cooking it just before I go to bed or low and it’s done for dinner the next evening. I always do this with a frozen roast because if you use a thawed out roast it will be cooked too much. The best reason I like this is that of the chimichurri sauce. It’s divine, I could eat it on almost anything. In fact, I have tried it on a lot of things and it never fails. Don’t add the veggies the night before though. Sometimes I like my vegetables steamed and I don’t put them in the crock pot at all. It’s just personal preference but it’s really hard to get veggies in the crock pot at the right time and not cook them too much. My advice is “do it your way”.
3. Slow Cooker Beef Stew – My Natural Family
Stew Meat – Parsnips – Carrots – Onion – Beef Stock – Tapioca Starch
You can easily replace the parsnips with potatoes and the tapioca starch with flour. I like making stew now because I always make it in the crockpot. I can cook it all day while I do other things. Then I can have a fantastic meal when it’s dinner time. You can either cook it on low for 8-9 hours or on high for 6 hours. That gives you flexibility but I have to admit that I prefer cooking my on low for longer. It turns out more tender and I can start it first thing in the morning and get it over with. It’s a great one-pot meal.
4. Crock Pot Chili Verde – My Natural Family
Tomatillos – Poblano – Pork Roast – Onions – Cilantro – Green Chilis – Avocado – Lime
This is the best soup to make and eat on a cold winter day. The meat is easy because all you do is cut a pork roast into pieces. This is made in a crock pot but you could easily simmer this in a covered pot on the stove top for about 2 hours. You may need to add more chicken broth of too much of the liquid boils off.
5. Slow Cooker White Chicken Chili– Clean Eating Recipes
White chicken chili is really popular, there’s a good reason for that. It’s flavorful, light and healthy. It’s particularly easy and more flavorful when made in a slow cooker. I make this for a large group quite often. It’s easy to just throw everything into the slow cooker and let it cook while I’m getting ready. Whether I’m taking it to someone else’s house or having company come to my house. My slow cooker has handles on it with clips that hold the lid on real tight. That makes it especially easy to carry it to someone else’s house.
6. Crockpot Garlic Honey Chicken – My Natural Family
I like this because it has the veggies, meat, and sauce all in one pot. It is so easy to make and ends up having a tangy and sweet flavor. It has good wholesome ingredients. I like to change it up sometimes and add different vegetables. Almost any veggie will work but my favorites are green beans, snap peas, sweet potatoes, and butternut squash. You may want to serve it over cauliflower or something like that.
7. Crock Pot Chicken Fajitas – My Natural Family
This chicken in this recipe is really good and really simple, especially if you use pre-made salsa. It’s so easy to make and you can choose how long to cook it and what to ingredients to use. You can either cook it on high for 8 hours or low for 4-5 hours. It comes out great either way. It’s a personal preference. It just depends on your time and circumstances.
8. Easy Pot Roast Crock Pot – My Natural Family
Replace the parsnips with potatoes if you would like. Cooking a pot roast in the crock pot really is the way to go. It makes the roast so tender and it just melts in your mouth if it’s cooked right. You could make this with any kind of potato you want or you could even use parsnips instead. I cut the vegetables into big chunks so they don’t go as mushy. Actually, sometimes I don’t even put the vegetables in the crockpot until there are only a couple hours left for the roast to cook. I recommend you make the gravy. I have the most success with this method of making gravy, it prevents clumps.
9. Split Pea Soup – Great Food and Lifestyle
I love split pea soup. My mom made it a lot growing up. In my opinion it tastes way tons better than lentil soup. Lentils and split peas look a lot alike except for the color but they sure don’t taste alike at all. So if you think that you don’t like split peas but you’ve never tried them, you really should try this soup. I like mine with Italian Sausage and I don’t put potatoes in it. That’s way too many carbs for me.
Which is these Dairy-Free Crock Pot Recipes is your favorite? My favorite Dairy-Free Crock Pot Recipes are #’s 2 and 5.