Dump and Go Slow Cooker Freezer Meals

There is nothing better than coming home at the end of a long day to a fully cooked meal.

Put your crockpot slow cooker to work so while you are out and about saving the world, slaying dragons, or making things happen you can come home to a fully cooked meal.

You deserve to relax at the end of a long day --- this is why they invented the slow cooker!

:-)

Freezer meals are wonderful! Here is a collection of tried and true crockpot slow cooker freezer meals with a corresponding grocery list and already-filed out recipe cards. Come home to a fully cooked meal at the end of a long work day!

30 recipes
3 grocery lists
30 individual recipe cards
 Buy once, use forever and ever!



30 Dump and Go Freezer Meals for the CrockPot Slow Cooker

Introducing the...

"Dump and Go" Slow Cooker Freezer Meal Cookbook --- 

---  after answering lots and lots and lots of emails and giving lots and lots of cooking demonstrations it became crystal clear that readers wanted super easy Ready to Go meals they could simply dump right into their slow cooker and be done for the day.

Here you go!

This freezer meal cookbook has dump and go recipes -- 30 of them.

There are 10 Chicken recipes, 10 Beef recipes, and 10 Pork recipes -- all designed to be frozen BEFORE cooking -- simply load the ingredients from the store into zippered freezer bags, and then thaw overnight in the fridge.

In the morning, dump the contents of the bag into your slow cooker, push a button, and walk away.

It truly couldn't be easier.




30 recipes
3 grocery lists
30 individual recipe cards
 Buy once, use forever and ever!




If you don't want to use a certain variety of meat, you can swap it out. The Pork recipes are different than the chicken recipes, but if you'd prefer to use chicken thighs instead of pork chops, go for it!

There are 30 different flavor profiles included but the proteins really can be mixed and matched to your liking --- easy peasy!



Included Recipes:

Applesauce Chicken
Apricot Chicken
Brown Sugar Chicken
Chicken Adobo
Cream Cheese Chicken
Green Pepper Chicken
Honey Garlic Chicken
Lazy Chicken
Margarita Chicken
Vietnamese Chicken
3-Packet Pot Roast
Azorean Spiced Beef Stew
Easy Fajitas
Korean Ribs
Italian Beef Sandwiches
Pomegranate Beef
Ropa Vieja
Super Simple Cranberry Roast
Sweet Mustard Roast
Most Simple Thai Beef in the World
Apple Cinnamon Pork Roast
Carnitas
Cranberry Pork Roast
Hrino Psito
Asian Peanut Butter Pork
Peking Pork Chops
Pineapple Pork
Pulled Pork with Sauerkraut
Rootbeer Pulled Pork
Teriyaki Apricot Pork Chops


Your Slow Cooker Freezer Meal Cookbook Contains:


Your Freezer Meal Cookbook is 47 Pages long and has detailed instructions for all of the above recipes, printable grocery lists for each of the proteins: 1 grocery list for chicken, 1 grocery list for beef, 1 grocery list for pork, and 30 freezer labels with cooking instructions for each individual recipe.

I hope you find it useful! 

Thank you to Lisa Irvine for helping me with this project, I am so happy to have you on my team!

If you have any questions at all, please email me. I am happy to be of help.


Everything is Gluten Free.


As always, all of the recipes in this ebook cookbook, along with ALL of the recipes on the A Year of Slow Cooking site and in the other cookbooks I've written are completely gluten free.

This is due to a family allergy. If you are not gluten free, simply ignore my notes and use your own favorite condiments and pasta varieties.





30 recipes
3 grocery lists
30 individual recipe cards
 Buy once, use forever and ever!




have a great day!! happy slow cooking!!

steph

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Posted by: Stephanie O'Dea | A Year of Slow Cooking at February 27, 2020

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  1. Anonymous9/04/2017

    How many of the recipes include items made from tomato or corn? I am allergic to both and it is very difficult to find good slow cooker recipes that don't contain either. I can switch out tapioca starch for corn starch but can't use pre-made ingredients that contain corn. I also can't use canned cream soups. If I cut all of this out, how many recipes would remain in the book?

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  2. Hi Chris, there aren't any canned cream of soups at all -- it's not something that I cook with. :-)

    I don't use cornstarch as a given in the recipes to thicken sauces -- since this is a dump and go I have tried super hard to limit steps for the included recipes.

    I just went through the shopping lists.

    For chicken, there is 1 jar of pasta sauce, for Lazy Chicken, but you could substitute a bbq sauce or something else that you prefer.

    In beef, there are two recipes that call for canned tomatoes, no corn

    In pork there is a recipe that asks for Ketchup.

    I hope this helps a bit!! I know how tricky it can be to have allergies in the house.

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  3. What is the length of cook time for most of these? I am away from home 8-10 hours, so a 6 hour cook time turns to mush by the time we are ready to eat. This has been my biggest complaint with the "dump and go" meals.

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  4. Hi there, great question and valid point! Beef and large hunks of meat take longer to cook. In general, be sure that your pot is 2/3 to 3/4 of the way full -- chicken will not take as long to cook as a pot roast does.
    BUT. It sounds like perhaps you need a new pot that is programmable? Here are my recommendations on the store page.
    Programmable slow cookers flip over to a "warm" setting -- so even once the cook time has elapsed (6 hours like in your example) the food won't continue to cook and "mush out" -- it'll just be kept hot and ready for up to an additional 20 hours until you get home at the end of a long work day.

    I hope this helps a bit!!

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