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7 Whole30 Crockpot Freezer Meals in 1 Hour with Free Recipes and Shopping List

My Whole30 Crockpot Freezer Meal Plan is so popular that I decided to pick some of the recipes and freeze them myself. It only took me an hour to make them, and the meals were DELICIOUS, so I’m sharing the free printable recipes and shopping list below.  Enjoy, Friends!

7 Whole30 Crockpot Freezer Meals in 1 Hour with Free Recipes and Shopping List

Here’s what I made:

  1. Cool Ranch Shredded Chicken Tacos (YUM)
  2. Turkey Bolognese Sauce from Cook Eat Paleo
  3. Mediterranean Shredded Pork Pockets from my Freezer Cookbook eBooks and shared for free below
  4. Sweet Potato Chipotle Chili from Cotter Crunch
  5. Mexican Pot Roast with Carrots
  6. Southwestern Shredded Pork from Plaid and Paleo
  7. Chicken Cacciatore (only 6 ingredients!)


7 Whole30 Crockpot Freezer Meals in 1 Hour with Free Recipes and Shopping List

What’s so great about these Whole30 crockpot freezer meals?

  • None of the recipes required any cooking ahead of time so I was able to make all seven in an hour (less than 9 minutes per meal).
  • I bought the ingredients at ALDI and a local grocery store for a total of $73 (only $10.43 per meal!).
  • They’re healthy and delicious!

We already ate the three recipes that were from other blogs and loved them so I know that you’ll love them too.  The other four recipes are ones that I’ve shared before and make over and over again.  I like to try all of the recipes before creating the printable recipe doc.  These were all winners for sure.

7 Whole30 Crockpot Freezer Meals in 1 Hour with Free Recipes and Shopping List

If you’re new to crockpot freezer meals, here are some tips:

  1. Print the recipes and shopping list and go shopping a day or two ahead of time.
  2. Label the bags with a Sharpie marker or the free labels included with the recipes above.
  3. Make the meals in an assembly line with veggies at the bottom, sauces and spices in the middle (so they don’t stick to the bags), and meat at the top (so it’s the first ingredient dumped into the crockpot).
  4. Seal the bags and stack them in the freezer for up to three months.
  5. When you’re ready to cook, thaw overnight in the refrigerator or in the morning in water.  Cook in the crockpot like normal.  So easy!!!

You don’t need any fancy tools, but people always ask me what I use, so here are some Amazon Affiliate links: baggy stands, onion chopper, and programmable crockpot.

Thoughts or questions?  Please leave a comment below and I’ll respond as soon as I can.  Crockpot freezer meals have been a game-changer for my family so I’m happy to help however I can.  X+O, Kelly


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  • Viviana Sherman says:

    Can any of these be used with the instant pot?

  • Carey says:

    Are these scalable? I have a family of 7 and am Head of School at a small-mid sized Montessori school. Not only am I simply busy (like everyone else), but I need to be able to pack lunch each day for 5 kids. They won’t eat leftovers necessarily – they are happy to make their own sandwiches – but I wouldn’t mind packing leftovers so at least I can eat at my desk if no time for a lunch break.

  • Renee says:

    How many people does each feed?

  • Nina says:

    I have always had a concern with putting raw meat in with raw vegetables and other ingredients. Do you put each ingredient in its own bag ?

  • Kirsten says:

    Does each recipe have a photo of thr meal and macros ie cal/kj etc?

  • Lisa says:

    Love this – but you lost me at the disposable baggies!! Reusable containers would be so much better for the environment.

    • Kelly says:

      Large glass containers will work too – they just take longer to thaw and take up more room in the freezer.

    • Bee Nice says:

      You are such a bully. Until your whole life is re-usable, then you can critisize other people for using a stupid baggie. I bet you use toilet paper only once, and how about your car, what kind of fuel do you use? How about your toothbrush, I bet you throw it away every 30 days and your baby diapers, I am SURE you used pampers or some other paper diaper, when we moms of the 70s and 80s used cloth diapers, I bet you use paper towels sometimes and just remember we all do what we can. I use re-cycled milk bottles and sometimes I use the tupperware and pyrex freezer dishes, sometimes I don’t. I used to use only paper bags and re-use them at home, now people use those useless non-compostable plastic grocery bags. I bet your washing machine water goes right down the drain, I bet you use a dishwasher, one of the most useless water-wasting machines known to man, hand-washing is better and uses less water. You are such a bully.

  • Tamara says:

    What size Crockpot do you typically use?

    • Kelly says:

      I own several, but use my 6-quart most often because it has a programmable timer.

      • Pauline Lucas says:

        Do you need to use crockpot or could you do on stove top thinking when I’m in the caravan thanks

        • Kelly says:

          I think the bolognese and chili will work, but the other ones are large cuts of meat that need to cook down in the slow cooker.

  • […] week’s meals planned out. I also prepped and froze the 7 Whole30™  slow cooker meals from New Leaf Wellness. I plan to keep these in the freezer for those times when we simply do not feel like cooking. Since […]

  • Cindy Arnold says:

    So far I have had 3 of the 7 meals — and these are amazing. So far, I especially love the Mediterranean Pork Roast.

  • Jennifer Downs says:

    Thank you so much! Putting all this together is a lot of effort to provide at no cost.
    You are appreciated!

  • Yasmin says:

    Do you that these out first or place them in the crock pot frozen?

  • Rebecca says:

    These are great! I don’t eat pork – could I easily replace the pork in those recipes with chicken?

  • Amber says:

    Kelly, thank you for taking the time to put these crock-pot meals together and post them. I learned about you through the your week with Whole 30 on Instagram. Your guest appearance gave me motivation and courage to start another Whole 30 back up. As a military spouse who works full-time with three kiddos, it can feel very intimidating to try to tackle all the food prep. Blessings to you and your beautiful family!!

  • Pam says:

    This is very cool and I am so excited to try these. As a working mom with picky eaters, it’s really hard to find time to cook meals that I need and like and please my kids….hopefully they will like these. I am so sorry about the person above who had a tantrum!

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