25 Bariatric Friendly Crockpot Recipes

Steph Wagner

October 1, 2015

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25 Bariatric Crockpot Recipes

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High protein, low carb meals ready to eat when you are or batch cook and freeze

Looking for bariatric friendly crockpot recipes? You are in the right place!

This is a recipe roundup that features 25 awesome recipes after bariatric surgery. There are even more recipes in our library of over 600!

While Fall is my favorite time for my crockpot, I really use it year round. Even in the Summer when I don’t feel like heating up my kitchen or standing in front of a hot grill! I have been known to come home from the pool to a meatloaf in my crockpot. 🤓

These meals are perfect for post Gastric Sleeve, Bypass and Band patients because they are focusing primarily on protein. Veggies are used for great flavor, fiber and texture to add to the recipe.

These recipes make a good amount of food which means you can have leftovers for lunches or dinner the next evening. If you’re cooking for the family – involve them in the meal planning process and don’t make two meals! Make something that can make them happy but keep you focused on protein.

I really love my vacuum sealer for freezing leftovers!

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1. Tex Mex Chicken

 

2. Greek Chicken Chili (Premier Access Recipe)

 

3. Pulled BBQ Chicken (Premier Access Recipe)

 

4. Sloppy Joe Bowl

 

5. Everything but the Sink Chili

 

6. Easy BBQ Pulled Pork

 

7. Steak and Tomatoes

 

8. Cheese Steak & Peppers

 

11. Green Chile Chicken (Premier Access Recipe)

 

12. Goat Cheese & Red Pepper Stuffed Chicken Breasts (Premier Access Recipe)

 

13. Pork and Tomatillo Chili (Premier Access Recipe)

 

 

15. Barbecue Turkey Chili

 

16. Cheeseburger Chili (Premier Access Recipe)

 

17. Greek Chicken

 

18. Salsa Verde Chicken Chili (Premier Access Recipe)

 

19. Smokey Chipotle Chicken Chili (Premier Access Recipe)

 

20. Pork Tenderloin with Banana Peppers

 

21. Buffalo Meatballs (Premier Access Recipe)

 

22. Spinach & Turkey Meatballs (Premier Access Recipe)

 

23. Honey Mustard Pork 

 

24. Italian Chicken Thighs with Carrots

 

25. Thick & Hearty Cowboy Stew (Premier Access Recipe)

 

8 thoughts on “25 Bariatric Friendly Crockpot Recipes”

  1. I need help knowing how to do this new lifestyle as a hairdresser. In my job, it’s often difficult to eat at set times, as the daily schedule can make it hard to plan for the day. Any tips or suggestions?

  2. I would eat a protein based meal before work, pack a protein bar for work and another protein based meal after work. I would make drinking water while working as much of a priority as possible, in between clients for sure. Eat your first meal within 60-90 minutes of waking and try not to go more than 5 hours without eating – even if that’s different each day. Don’t drink with your meal and for 60 minutes after and then get going again on fluids to help control your hunger. That’s my best suggestion for now without knowing you better! Good luck!

  3. Hi Debra! The recipes are linked to name of the recipe. Click on the underlined named of the recipe and it will take you to the recipe you are looking for. You can also click the photos!

  4. I understand Uggie! Although having a membership service it what allows me to work from home and create recipes for this website. I certainly wish I could do it all for free! I do not have any ads on my site (you may have noticed not annoying pop up banners!) Membership is free for the first two weeks so you could certainly sign up, take all the recipes you wanted and then cancel. I would hope you enjoyed it enough to stay around but you can cancel no questions asked! Wishing you all my best, Steph :)

  5. Thank you for your comment and for noticing we don’t have ads, Laurie! I’m so glad you’re having a good experience!

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