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Seven Meat Free Slow Cooker Freezer Meals with 10 Ingredients or Less

My only goal for the weekend was to make seven slow cooker freezer meals, and I did it!  It took me less than 90 minutes to assemble the meals and clean up my kitchen, and now we’re stocked with meals for busy weeknights.  Here’s what I made, including my full grocery list.

Seven Meat Free Slow Cooker Freezer Meals with 10 Ingredients or Less

Here are the seven meat-free slow cooker freezer meals that I made:

  1. Black Bean Enchilada Stack
  2. Cheesy Eggplant Bake
  3. Mexican Stuffed Peppers
  4. Potato Corn Chowder
  5. Thai Pineapple Curry
  6. Three Bean Chili
  7. Tuscan Tortellini Soup

The recipes are from my new Meat Free Slow Cooker Freezer Meals mini eCookbook.  All of the recipes include a “meat option” if you want to add it, but I decided to omit the meat to save money.

7 Meat Free Slow Cooker Freezer Meals

The eCookbook contains a printable grocery list, which is the best thing ever.  I ordered my groceries online and it took me less than 15 minutes to pick out what I needed.

Here’s a copy of the free printable grocery list:

FREE PRINTABLE GROCERY LIST

The eCookbook also contains labels that you can print on Avery Water-Resistant Sticker Labels.  They include the ingredient list, cooking instructions, and use-by date, and are so easy to use!

7 Meat Free Slow Cooker Freezer Meals

I love that the meals are delicious, simple (every recipe has 10 ingredients or less), and full of fresh vegetables.  Every recipe has six servings, so they’re easy to cut in half if you’re cooking for less people.  (I made 20 mini meals for my grandparents last month and they’re loving them!)

Since I made my meals without meat, they don’t have be thawed before cooking.  If I forget to thaw them in the refrigerator I can run them under water in the morning, break them apart, and add right to the crockpot.  Yay!

7 Meat Free Slow Cooker Freezer Meals

If you’re new to slow cooker freezer meals, here’s how to master a freezer meal prep session like this one:

  1. Print your recipes ahead of time so you don’t have to look for them on your computer/tablet/iPhone.
  2. Label your freezer bags.
  3. Fill your bags like this: vegetables and beans at the bottom, sauces and spices in the middle (so they don’t end up stuck to the bag), and meat on the top (optional).  You want the meat on the top so it’s the first ingredient dumped into the slow cooker.

Most freezer meals will last at least three months, so we’ll eat one of these meat-free meals every week or two to keep our grocery budget down.

7 Meat Free Slow Cooker Freezer Meals

Here are some pics of the finished dishes.  YUM.

Three Bean Chili

Mexican Stuffed Peppers

Freezer to Slow Cooker Thai Pineapple Curry

Cheesy Eggplant Bake

Potato Corn Chowder

Tuscan Tortellini Soup

Black Bean Enchilada Stack

Are you hungry yet?!?

Meat Free Slow Cooker Freezer Meals eCookbook

I’m so excited to share my new Meat Free Slow Cooker Freezer Meals mini eCookbook.  It includes:

  • Seven simple slow cooker freezer recipes that can be made with or without meat (each one has 10 ingredients or less)
  • A full grocery list if you want to prep all seven meals at once
  • Full nutritional info for every recipe
  • Freezer labels that can be printed on Avery sticker labels or regular computer paper and taped to bags
  • Freezer cooking tips
  • Color photos of the finished meals
  • A hundred dollar bill (KIDDING!  But, I think that’s the only thing that could make this eCookbook any better than it already is.)

Get your copy today for only $9.99.

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Many thanks for your on-going support!!

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

12 Comments

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  • joyce says:

    I was just wondering if there was a way to have these amazing freezer crockpot meals in paper copy form? I do not always have access to the internet to be reading up on the recipes, I love how many you have done all are really simple and big hit with my kids. thank you for the blogs. keep them coming.

    • Kelly says:

      I always print my recipes. I printed the meat-free book and put it in a small binder with clear page covers. Only cost about $1! 🙂

  • joanna says:

    probably a silly question, but how do you stick the labels to the bags? do you buy giant avery labels? I’m probably overthinking this one, but I’m stumped

    • Kelly says:

      The stickers in the eBook are formatted to print on Avery water-resistant labels. They can also be printed on regular computer paper and stuck to the bags with clear shipping tape.

  • Heather says:

    I’ve bought many of your cookbooks and I love them all, especially the chicken recipes! I just bought your meat free cookbook with the intention of sometimes going meat free and sometimes adding the suggested meat option. For the Black Bean Enchilada Stack, if I add one pound of ground beef, would I still include 4 cans of black beans or cut back? I’m just wondering if it will all fit in the freezer bag.

  • Victoria I Costa says:

    I can’t find the recipes for this. The link does not have that information in the pack. Am I looking in the wrong place?

  • Amy says:

    Am I missing something? It says you can buy it for $2.99, but when you click on it the price is $9.99? That seems a little steap for an ebook I need to print myself for 7 recipes. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

    • Kelly McNelis says:

      Hi Amy! Sorry for any confusion. Because of demand, we were able to increase all of our eBooks to $9.99-$12.99 (the bundle with all of the books is only $29.97). The price isn’t only for the recipes, it’s for the shopping list, full nutritional info, photos, labels, etc. Thank you for your interest!

  • Mia says:

    I was going to buy until the price increase too. Maybe it’s paying off for you but you’re definitely losing some potential customers too…

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