50 Paleo AIP Slow Cooker Recipes

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“The table is a meeting place, a gathering ground, the source of sustenance and nourishment, festivity, safety, and satisfaction. A person cooking is a person giving: Even the simplest food is a gift.”
~ Laurie Colwin

Crushing on My Crockpot

If you’ve followed my blog for a while, you know I’m a big fan of the crockpot (aka slow cooker). There’s nothing quite so satisfying as throwing a few things in a pot, leaving the house, and coming home from work to delicious aromas and dinner ready! It’s the closest I’ll come to having a person chef.

This blog is all about reversing autoimmune disease through diet and lifestyle, and that means home cooking, baby! And when it’s every single meal, every single day, that can take a whole lot of time. I’m all for making things easier, and that’s what slow cookers do. So, today, I have a roundup of delicious recipes, to do some of that cooking for you.

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AIP Slow Cooker Bone Broth

AIP Slow Cooker Beef Recipes

AIP Slow Cooker Pork Recipes

AIP Slow Cooker Chicken Recipes

AIP Slow Cooker Lamb Recipes

AIP Slow Cooker Sauces and Side Dishes

AIP Slow Cooker Beverages

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This recipe roundup was first published in 2014 but is updated annually. Last update 1/9/24.

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22 comments on “50 Paleo AIP Slow Cooker Recipes”

  1. Hey, Eileen! I have all the AIP cookbooks (including all 4 of yours). I’ve also done AIP/Low FODMAP. Now I’m looking for some cookbooks that are GAPS/AIP. Do you know of anyone who has one, listing meal plans, recipes, etc.? (Or does anyone here know of any?)

    1. Hi Loretta. The only resource that comes close is the 30-Day Gut Healing Diet Plan by Michelle Hoover. It’s an ebook that includes meal plans and recipes. Every recipe is AIP, but then she also includes low-FODMAP and GAPS modifications, so people can personalize the meal plan for their needs.

      1. Thank you very much! I will go ahead and get that one. I tend to do very well with the structure of meal plans with recipes. I appreciate you! :O)

  2. Hi, Eileen,
    My husband and I raise meat rabbits. Do you have any thoughts on recipes or is making bone broth is just as good as chicken for aip? We find it a lot cheaper to raise. Thank you Marcia

  3. I’m considering getting an Instapot for cooking meat. I wouldn’t be without my crockpot for broth but since the FDA regulations raising the temperature settings, I’m finding that meat gets overdone too quickly. Have you noticed this change in your cooking times?

    1. Hmmm. I haven’t but I do tend to prefer using the crockpot for cuts of meat that do well with long cooking times, like roasts and stews (things you can’t overcook). For boneless chicken, I always shorten the cooking time to 3-4 hours on low. As for the Instant Pot, it makes great broth in just 2 hours so I love it for that function alone. I also gave away my separate slow cooker and now use the slow cooker function on the Instant Pot instead (saving room on my kitchen counter).

  4. Thanks for doing all the searching and collecting. It saves me lots of time. I follow the roundtable every week.

  5. So thankful to have found this website. My husband has all sorts of auto immune health issues. I don’t know for a fact yet but my 7 year old seem to show some of my husbands health concern. I’m hoping she doesn’t but I will try and put her in the same diet anyway in hopes of not ever having the same degree of difficulty as her dad. Thank you so much for your site. It gives me hope.

  6. We recently found out our 10 year old son has auto immunity and he has been hurting. I refuse to put him on medications and was so, so thankful to find this site. God bless you for sharing. The thought of a complete lifestyle change for a family of 6 was so overwhelming. I so appreciate your help.

    1. I’m so sorry to hear about your son, Tifanni. You sound like a wonderful mother. I’m glad you found this site, too! If you want some help making the lifestyle change, there’s an online group coaching class starting on 1/5, taught by my friend Angie. She’s wonderful and provides so much support for the process. Instead of going cold-turkey, she guides you through a six-week transition from your current diet to t he AIP. It’s called SAD to AIP in SIX. Here’s a link to more information: http://bit.ly/1rnigCj

  7. Thanks so much for this! One thing I really need to do is stop spending so much time cooking, really. If I make 2 crockpot meals a week…I think that will free up a lot of time (I’m alone so just need to learn to eat left overs). Your blog is the best resource available to us and I am so thankful for you.

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