100 Weight Watchers Crock Pot Recipes with Points Plus

Crock Pot Recipes Weight Watchers Style

Wednesday marked my 100th Day of Weight Watchers Friendly Crock Pot Cooking!

Friday, I woke up and realized that I had been so intent keeping up with this project and looking ahead to all the recipes I still want to make, I hadn’t really allow myself time to celebrate the milestone!

Now Available: Cooking Yourself Slim: 50 of My Favorite Weight Watchers Slow Cooker Recipes!

So, that’s what this post is all about.

I took a few hours to sit with these healthy low calorie crock pot recipes and re-organize them by category so they are (hopefully) more useful.

And I’m giving away  a Hamilton Beach Stay or Go 6-Quart Slow Cooker to TWO lucky individuals. (See the details at the end of this post.)

So, without further adieu, here are my first 100 Days of Crock Pot Recipes: Weight Watchers Style…

Appetizer & Snack Weight Watchers Crock Pot Recipes:

Slow Cooker Artichoke Dip
Slow Cooker Baked Brie
Slow Cooker Chex Party Mix
3-Ingredient Slow Cooker Spicy Nuts

Slow Cooker Chex Party Mix

Slow Cooker Chex Party Mix

Beverage Weight Watches Crock Pot Recipes

Slow Cooker Hot Spiced Cider
Skinny Slow Cooker Pumpkin Spice Latte
Slow Cooker Caramel Apple Cider
Caramel Crock Pot Hot Cocoa
Slow Cooker Cranberry Punch
Skinny Spiced Crock Pot Mocha

Slow Cooker Spiced Mocha Recipe

Crock Pot Spiced Mocha

Breakfast Weight Watchers Crock Pot Recipes

Crock Pot Dried Fruit Compote
Crock Pot Apple Oatmeal
Crock Pot Baked Oatmeal
Slow Cooker Eggnog French Toast
Slow Cooker Eggnog Oatmeal
Easy Healthy Slow Cooker Frittata
Orange-Sauced Slow Cooker Hot Fruit Salad
Slow Cooker Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal
Slow Cooker Peanut Butter Granola
Roasted Pepper Crock Pot Strata

Slow Cooker Baked Oatmeal

Crock Pot Baked Oatmeal

Bread Weight Watchers Crock Pot Recipes

Easy Cranberry Nut Bread in the Slow Cooker
Slow Cooker Cornbread
Healthy Slow Cooker Pumpkin Bread
Slow Cooker Whole Wheat Bread

Easy Cranberry Nut Bread

Crock Pot Cranberry Nut Bread

Weight Watchers Crock Pot Beef Recipes

Frontera Beef Barbacoa Slow Cook Sauce
Slow Cooker Beef with Mushroom Sauce
Slow Cooker Cranberry Meatballs
Classic Homestyle Slow Cooker Meatloaf
Slow Cooker Thai Beef

Slow Cooker Beef with Mushroom Sauce

Crock Pot Beef with Mushroom Sauce

Weight Watches Crock Pot Chicken & Turkey Recipes

Crock Pot Artichoke Chicken
Easy Slow Cooker Chicken and Gravy
Low Fat Slow Cooker Chicken Cacciatore
Slow Cooker 3-Ingredient Chicken
Slow Cooker Chicken Rice and Broccoli
Easy Slow Cooker Chicken a la King
{Simply Filling} Slow Cooker Szechuan Chicken and Broccoli
Slow Cooker Turkey Breast
Slow Cooker Turkey and Wild Rice Casserole

Easy Slow Cooker Chicken & Gravy

Easy Crock Pot Chicken and Gravy

Weight Watchers Fish & Seafood Crock Pot Recipes

Slow Cooker Manhattan Clam Chowder
Crock Pot Salmon Fillets with Asian-Style Vegetables
Easy Slow Cooker Shrimp Curry

Easy Slow Cooker Shrimp Curry

Simple Crock Pot Shrimp Curry

Weight Watchers Pizza Crock Pot Recipes

Slow Cooker Pasta Primavera
Slow Cooker Spinach Lasagna
Vegetable Crock Pot Pizza

Vegetable Crock Pot Pizza

Slow Cooker Vegetable Pizza

Weight Watchers Pork Crock Pot Recipes

Easy Crock Pot Teriyaki Pork Roast
Crock Pot Pork Loin with Apple Butter
Easy Slow Cooker Kielbasa Sauerkraut Potatoes
Slow Cooker Scalloped Potatoes with Ham
Honey Mustard Orange Slow Cooker Spiral Cut Ham

Crock Pot Teriyaki Pork Roast Recipe

Slow Cooker Teriyaki Pork Roast

Soup, Stew and Chili Weight Watchers Crock Pot Recipes

Slow Cooker Baked Bean Soup
Easy Slow Cooker BBQ Turkey Chili
Slow Cooker Bean Barley Soup
Slow Cooker Chicken and Sausage Gumbo
Italian Slow Cooker Pork and White Bean Stew
Easy Slow Cooker Chicken Posole Soup
Olive Garden Slow Cooker Pasta Fagioli
Slow Cooker Corn and Shrimp Chowder
Caribbean Crock Pot Pepper Pot Soup
Slow Cooker Curried Carrot Soup
Mom’s Crock Pot Chicken Tortilla Soup
Slow Cooker Potato Cauliflower Soup
Slow Cooker Stuffed Pepper Soup
Italian Slow Cooker Pork and White Bean Stew
Slow Cooker Thanksgiving Leftovers Soup
Slow Cooker Manhattan Clam Chowder
Slow Cooker Pumpkin Black Bean Chili
Easy Chai Crock Pot Pumpkin Soup
Slow Cooker Root Vegetables and Sausage Stew
Slow Cooker Squash Apple Soup
Slow Cooker Saint Nicholas Soup
Crock Pot Sweet and Sour Cabbage Soup
Slow Cooker Toscana Soup {Lightened Up}
Crock Pot Turkey Broth
Crock Pot Turkey Vegetable Barley Soup

Slow Cooker Baked Bean Soup

Crock Pot Baked Bean Soup

Vegetable and Side Dish WW Crock Pot Recipes

Slow Cooker Acorn Squash with Mango Chutney and Coconut
Slow Cooker Baked Beans
Cranberry Orange Slow Cooker Beets
Creole-Style Slow Cooker Green Beans
Crock Pot Potatoes Dijonnaise
Crock Pot Wild Rice
Slow Cooker Brussels Sprouts Dijon
Easy Crock Pot Baked Potatoes
Slow Cooker Green Bean Casserole
Slow Cooker Mashed Potatoes with Spinach and Dill
Slow Cooker Mashed Sweet Potatoes
Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Apple Casserole
Slow Cooker Sausage Apple Stuffing

Crock Pot Wild Rice

Weight Watchers Friendly Slow Cooker Wild Rice

Weight Watchers Dessert Crock Pot Recipes

Slow Cooker Apple Cake
Crock Pot Apple Compote
Low Fat Crock Pot Peach Crisp
Slow Cooker Baked Apples with Gingersnaps
Easy Slow Cooker Brownies
Slow Cooker Caramel Mocha Crunch Bars
Slow Cooker Cranberry Caramel Cookie Bars
Cranberry White Chocolate Crock Pot Cookie Bars
Skinny Slow Cooker Chocolate Pudding Cake
Slow Cooker Cranberry Apple Cake
Crock Pot Dried Fruit Compote
Light Creme Brulee Made in the Crock Pot
Slow Cooker Mini Yogurt Bundt Cake
Ninja Cheesecake Recipe
Slow Cooker Pumpkin Pie Pudding
Crock Pot Rice Krispie Treats
Slow Cooker Tapioca Pudding

Slow Cooker Cheesecake

Low Fat Ninja Cheesecake

Thanks for Your Support Slow Cooker Giveaway!


Tuesday, January 21, 2013.  This giveaway is now over.  Thanks so much for your comments!  Reading them makes me realize just how many more recipes I want to try in my slow cookers.  The winner(s) have been randomly chosen and notified by email.  Congratulations Susan, who likes to make Beef/Pork Roasts and Theresa, who left us her yummy sounding meatloaf recipe! I’m going to leave the comments open in case anyone still wants to share their favorite way to use theirs! What a wonderful source of crock pot cooking inspiration :-)

All you need to do is leave a comment here on this post and tell us your favorite thing to make in a Crock Pot and we’ll give away a Hamilton Beach Stay or Go 6-Quart Slow Cooker to TWO randomly selected winners!

The contest starts NOW and ends next Monday (1/20/14) at midnight Pacific time. The winner(s) will be notified by email, so be sure and use an email that you check frequently.  We’ll announce the winner by the following Wednesday (1/22/14), who will have 24 hours to reply, at which point another winner will be selected.

Due to laws and regulations surrounding this kind of thing, the winner must be a resident of the United States and the prize must ship to a U.S. address.

Thanks for all your support since beginning this  crock pot project. I really appreciate it :-)

Good Luck!!

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  1. tracy gonzalez says

    i LOVE making chicken verde…so easy! four frozen chicken breasts, a chopped onion, handful of cilantro a jar of salsa verde and some spices…..shred the chicken just before serving. great on tortialls with a ll the fixins…AND healthy!

  2. Julie Woods says

    I love making pot roast and my spaghetti sauce in the crock pot. Its a godsend for bulk meals to freeze ahead for us ww folks.

  3. Kristy Nordeen says

    Fun giveaway! My favorite crock pot recipe is chicken soup. It is so easy and delicious. Crockpots are awesome!

  4. Laurel says

    I love making mexican fillings (sweet potato tacos, quinoa and black beans, etc) that my family can use for taco salads, burritos, and quesdillas throughout the week. Thanks for your inspiration!!

  5. says

    Crock pot chicken cacciatore is my favorite thing to make. Chicken, onion, jar of spaghetti sauce (I like Bertoli tomato and basil). About an hour before serving I put in fresh sliced mushrooms and green peppers. It is the best and never lasts in my house.

  6. Kari says

    I love making a pot roast complete with veggies in the crockpot…or any other full meal with meat and veggies. Right now one of our favorites is a mushroom beef tip recipe that we eat over noodles or rice.

  7. Jwrichert says

    Like making soups, stews, and/or chili in the crockpot. Roast are wonderful to, matter of fact making stuff in a crockpot makes cooking a whole lot easier.

  8. says

    So many favorites. Currently, though crock pot brisket with veggies is my favorite. Take brisket, remove most of fat, but leave a little. Cut up root veggies and an onion and put in bottom of crock pot. Season brisket (I use shawarma seasoning). Add brisket to pot. Pour in 1/2 cup of red wine. Cook on low all day (6-8 hours).

  9. Lisa A. McGrath says

    Our family is currently obsessed with crock pot buffalo chicken…2 lbs chicken, 12 ounces of hot sauce, 1 package of Good Seasons dry ranch mix. Leave in crock pot on low for 6-8 ours, take chicken out shred, add 2 TBS light butter to mix and add chicken back in. Heat on low for additional hour. Very versatile dish and low in calories!

    • says

      Thanks for sharing you crock pot buffalo chicken recipe, Lisa. I’ve gotta try this soon. I think that’s the same combination my Mom used to make for chicken wings. But this is so very much healthier!!

  10. Stephanie Dunaway says

    One of my favorites is chicken noodle soup. Two large containers of chicken broth; chopped onions, carrots & celery; at least 2 pounds of chicken – frozen chicken breasts is fine; seasoned salt, cracked black pepper, marjoram, italian seasoning, a bay leaf or two. Cook 6 hours or so until the chicken is cooked through. Cook about 6 oz of wide noodles on the stove to add at the end so they don’t get mushy. While the noodles are cooking I remove the chicken breasts and shred them. I love to serve it with some crusty bread. :)

  11. Marie McMahel says

    I love pulled pork, beef or chicken! Really, just walking in the door at the end of the day and smelling dinner cooked is wonderful! Thank you!

  12. Karen Crump says

    Thanks so much for putting this together! I have done WW in the past but struggled to come up with recipes that my family would also eat. I am starting on this journey again beginning this week and am so excited to have a site that has shared so many delicious recipes. Can’t wait to try them! Thanks for supporting those of us out here trying to stay healthy!

    • says

      Thanks Karen. Best of luck with your return to Weight Watchers. Just remember that slow and steady will win the race!! Changing our eating habits takes time and patience and lots and lots of practice :-)

  13. Lynne Ingraham says

    I love reading thru all the WW friendly recipes! Thank you so much! (And I sure could use another crock pot! :)

  14. Lynn Gulkewicz says

    My favorite dish to make in my crock pot is beef stew. Easy, warm, comfort food. Thank you for all of the recipes, looking forward to trying as many of them as I can!

  15. says

    When the family is in the mood for a “comfort food”, I enjoy making Meatloaf in my slow cooker.

    1 – 1 1/2 lbs ground Turkey
    2 beaten eggs
    3/4 cup milk
    1/2 cup breadcrumbs
    1/4 cup onions
    2 Tbsp parsley
    1 tsp salt
    1/2 tsp ground sage
    1/8 tsp pepper

    Spray crock pot with Pam, shape meat mixture into a loaf and place in slow cooker. Cook on Low for 3 – 4 hours.

    I have to admit that some of your recipes are starting to become our family favorite “go to” meals. :)

  16. Kim Martin says

    I love making many things, but one I make repeatedly is White Chicken Chili! If I pre-cook a love of chicken breasts and freeze them 2 cups per bag, it’s an easy throw together recipe during the work week.

  17. Melissa Brown says

    I can’t name one thing that is my favorite to cook in the crock pot because anything anything that can be cooked while I am away if my favorite! I use it for soup and main entrees. I look forward to trying some of these new recipes.

  18. Karrie says

    Love coming home after working all day to a crockpot full of hot chicken & rice. Not only taste so good but makes house smell great when you open the door.

  19. Linda Myers says

    We’ve recently moved and in trying to cut back on the going out to eat bc I don’t have time/energy to cook, I’ve started using the CP a lot more. So for a dinner food, especially when it’s just dreary or cold, is a nice, thick, beef stew. If we are just sitting around on a Saturday being lazy, we will throw in a pizza dip and dip garlic bread in it and call it pizza night!

  20. says

    Just started recieving emails from this site. I made the chili and my husband and I just about ate the whole thing. It was awesome. Great comfort food especailly since I work all day. Love this site. and a new crock pot would be just awesome.. thank you for providing this site

  21. apryl barnes says

    Theresa thanks for sharing that recipe!! will have to try it too! My very favorite thing to make is a pork roast. it is sooo good and moist after cooking for 6 hours. i just put two packs of onion soup mix in it and let it cook. love love love it!!

  22. Babs says

    Pork Chile Verde, which I am actually making for dinner tomorrow! Could not be easier. Serve with some rice, beans and tortillas and I’m in heaven.

  23. Mariola says

    Love using the crock pot to make life easier! My family’s crock pot favorite meal is pulled pork – 5 minutes of prep and it’s a huge hit with everyone.

  24. Jennifer Isitt-Jackson says

    I love to make beef stroganoff in the crockpot. My husband loves it. Its one of his favorite meals.

  25. Belinda Griego says

    I love cooking in a crockpot!! With two little guys and a husband it saves so much time. I have tried several of your crockpot recipes and they have been so GOOD! Our household fav is the chicken and gravy… And like you we did left over open face sandwiches the following night.. With cranberry sauce.. SO GOOD!

  26. Glenda says

    It’s so great to have access to all the different types of recipes that work well in a slow cooker. It’s not just for chili anymore! :-) Thanks for all the good recipes and ideas.

  27. Carla says

    I’ve only used the crock pot sporadically but am going to try and use it more with my maintenance program. I was so excited when my Weight Watchers Leader told me about this blog and I can’t wait to try some of these amazing recipes. The only thing I normally cook in the crock pot is a roast or a whole chicken which we all love, but now, with the help of this blog, the possibilities are endless! Thanks for the inspiration!

  28. Cheryl Current says

    I LOVE the Chicken and gravy! We had it for Thanksgiving and it was a hit! All your recipes have turned out yummy…Thank you for the hard work :)

  29. Paris Weiland says

    Love your recipes! I love meat dishes in the crockpot because they are always moist and tender. Your recipes will take me further into crockpot cooking. Thanks for the inspiration.

  30. Rita Ward says

    I have 2 favorite crock pot meals: pot roast with veggies and BBQ pulled pork. I am looking forward to trying a bunch of your 100 recipes in 2014. Thank you for giving everyone a chance to win a new crock pot!!

  31. Rhonda Mesnick says

    I love making soups in the crockpot Also turkey breast and pork and sauerkraut. Just about anything is great.

  32. wendy says

    I love your crockpot chiken cacciatori. Thanks for all of your GREAT RECIPES! You have made such a great contributions to weight watchers, health and easy cooking.
    I love your site!

  33. Patti says

    I love making steel cut oats in my crockpot, and do so about once a week. I also like to try different types of chili, and can’t wait to try the scalloped potatoes with ham recipe. Gotta love a crockpot!

  34. Carly says

    I love to make French dip. It is so easy and delicious. 2-3 lb chuck roast, add two cans of beef consume. Cook on low 8 hrs. Shred roast and pile on sub buns, dip in liquid from the crockpot.

  35. says

    Discovered cooking in crockpot recently and have made and we love Meatloaf, Chicken rice and broccoli,Turkey and wild rice casserole,Manhattan clam chowder,Turkey Barley vegetable soup There are so many more I am going to try and I am sure eating like this is healthy and helping in losing weight This blog is full of interesting things Also have been sick so rather than standing it is so much easier to put it all in one pot Success to all

  36. Stacy T. says

    I love to make shredded buffalo chicken in the crock-pot. Just put some chicken breasts in there with some Franks Red Hot and a little BBQ sauce, cook until done and shred. Great on some crusty rolls with a little blue cheese and some celery on the side.

  37. Jeanette says

    I usually LOVE making soups, but this fall I made a pumpkin bread & it was to die for. It is probably now my most favorite thing to make in my crock pot, even though it isn’t practical for a meal.

  38. Mary-Ellen Hutter says

    A big thankyou to you for all your efforts and should I be so lucky to win,….. I will gladly pay the shipping to Canada…I have so many recipes to try now…..enjoy a wonderful week!

  39. Liz says

    Anything chicken but more often a whole roast chicken with lots of vegetables because of all the leftovers. And my latest, big batch chocolate candy!

  40. Kathi Perkins says

    I am just starting using the crockpot but I guess the only think I have made in my crock pot is cheese dip. I am just starting back at WW and found your sight on pinterest and love it.

  41. Jackie P says

    Congratulations! I had followed Stephanie O’Dea’s Crockpot365 blog just as it was ending. This has been so great for me to follow you from the beginning of your year long quest. We celebrate with you. :)
    Thanks for sharing. Slower-cookers are a wonderful thing!

  42. MK says

    Thank YOU! I just discovered your site a couple of weeks ago and have made your Olive Garden Pasta Fagioli – it got a thumbs up from everyone in the family! Healthy food + Crockpot = Good Eating in the winter in Vermont! If I win a crockpot, I plan on donating it to our local homeless family shelter – either for them to use at the shelter or for them to send along with the next family they get back on their feet. I look forward to trying more of your recipes over the coming year. Thanks again.

  43. Sherri says

    Pot roast with onions, potatoes, & carrots is my favorite crockpot meal. It is so easy, makes the house smell great, and I have never had a roast be dry in the crockpot.

  44. Laurie Gathje says

    I love to make Italian Beef sandwiches. A beef roast, package of dry Italian dressing mix, and a package of dry brown gravy package. Add a scant 1/4 cup water and let cook on low all day! Shred the beef and serve on buns or eat by itself!

  45. Emma Benjamin says

    Congrats! I love seeing your emails. I need all the inspiration I can get. So far, my favorite crock pot recipe is buffalo chicken dip. Crossing my fingers I win! Thank you.

  46. Alice says

    Going to try your pumpkin bread in the crock pot recipe and use some leftover cooked butternut squash instead of pumpkin. Great recipes, thank you.

  47. says

    Great list of recipes! I’m going to share at my WW class. I appreciate all the work you’ve done in gathering the recipes and getting the points calculated.
    Thank you!

  48. Julie Norman says

    I love making anything chicken in my crock pot… chicken and dumplings, bbq chicken, chicken soup, chicken stew, salsa chicken, etc. I am sure to use frozen chicken and cook on low all day so that it doesn’t dry out.

    Thanks for the recipes! Love them!!!

  49. Ann Murphy says

    I tried your turkey soup (December 3rd) and it was delicious!! My husband loved it too! My favorite recipe to make in the crockpot is Chicken Taco Stew. Very versatile – a nice low-fat, low-cal dinner or great for a crowd with tortilla chips.

  50. Cheryl says

    Thank you so much for these great crock pot recipes with the WW points!! This is really helpful as I maintain my goal weight. It was fun getting your crock pot tapioca recipe AFTER I had just made some on the stove top.. next time I am using your recipe!! Maybe in the new crock pot I might win :)

  51. Megan says

    My favorite thing to make in the crock pot is the slow cooker chicken and gravy recipe that you posted a while back. So delish and I love that it’s ww friendly. I make some green beans and rice with it and I can’t get enough. :-)

  52. Jill says

    I recently learned how to make apple butter in the crock pot. My kids and husband love it, as do I, and it is so easy.

  53. says

    I love anything made in the crockpot, italian beef, roast with carrots and potatoes, chicken and dressing. It is such a comfort to walk in after a long work day to the aroma of a meal that is ready!!

  54. Jill Nelsen says

    I absolutely love the idea that you have done something like this. I spent the last week writing them all down in a notebook to have for a life time. I’m probably one of your favorite fans for I look forward everyday to see what you have posted. I’m a big soup maker when it comes to a crock pot and meat cooker. Probably cowboy chili is my favorite soup and beef and noodles my second. Thank you again for all you are doing!!

  55. Nita Simmons says

    Love making pulled pork. I joined Weight Watchers in October and have loved checking out your recipes. So many things I can’t wait to try.

  56. Julie says

    At the end of a busy winter day, it is wonderful to walk in the door a smell of a yummy beef stew or potato soup just waiting to warm me up!

  57. Loni H says

    I am learning how to cook and I am busy single mom. So far, my favorite thing to cook in crock pot is BBQ pull pork. I am always looking up healthy meals to make in crock pot.

  58. Cyndi says

    I LOVE your blog and so many of your recipes. I pinned (Pinterest) ~ 85 of your crock pot recipes last week before I realized that I could pin all 100 at once. LOL. I am especially thankful for the WW pp being included with the nutritional info. I will be sharing this post on my FB page and with 4 of my wt loss support groups on FB. Thank you again for all of your recipes and now for this give-away too.

  59. Cyndi says

    Oh, sorry, forgot to add that my favorite thing to cook in my crock pot is port loin with potatoes and sauerkraut. But I believe that will change as I cook from the recipes in this post.

  60. Amanda says

    My favorite thing to make in a crock pot is chicken breasts with salsa. That’s it! I buy salsa at the store, and let the chicken cook for 6 hours. It comes out tasting like chicken tinga and the prep time is about 2 seconds.

  61. jacque says

    My favorite recipe is too simple. It’s italian cheese steak- with chicken. Just chicken breasts, italian seasoning and peppers looked on low for 6 hours. Then add low fat provolone, jarred giarddinara ( pickled veggies) on a good crusty roll. O M G its so good you’ll think you’re on the boardwalk in atlantic city!

  62. Monica A says

    I have a great recipe for buffalo chicken breast that my fiancé loves. It can be used on salads, in sandwiches, in wraps, etc. it also freezes very well so I can make a bunch & heat up some out of the freezer on busy days.

  63. Amanda B says

    I love to make potato soup in my slow cooker! To come home on a cold day and have a warm bowl of soup waiting for me is wonderful!

  64. Carol Wilson says

    I like making pulled pork and chicken chili in my crock pot. They are so easy, delish, and make enough for more than one meal. thank you for all the work you put in on your blog.

  65. Carmen says

    I mostly use my crock pot for chili and stew. But, after finding your website I’m using it more for other things.

  66. Karen Nelson says

    Thank you for all the WW recipes. I love making beef stew and pot roast in the crock pot. I am so excited to try some of the wonderful recipes you’ve provided.
    Gotta love a crock pot!!

  67. Rhonda says

    My favorite thing to make in the crockpot is Beef Stew. I believe that will change with all these great recipes to try from you. Excited to have all the WW friendly recipes. I’m looking through the list to decide which one to do tonight so when we come home from Saturday night Church dinner is ready. Thank you.

  68. Kathy Crosby says

    I love making chicken or turkey stock in my crockpot. After a meal of whole chicken, I take the bones (breaking when possible for extra calcium), skin, an onion (with skin), peppercorns, 3 cloves garlic, chopped. I cover with water and cook on low overnight. In the morning I strain into lg. bowl and leave in refrigerator until the next day. The next day I skim off any fat and it’s ready to use.

  69. Amy Bower says

    I love making crock pot Chilli while skiing. Coming off the mountain to the smell of hearty wholesome dinner can’t be beat!

  70. Janis Stasiak says

    I love my crockpots!!! Small one for desserts, love apple crisp. Big one, Beef roast and veggies and dumplings.

  71. anissa says

    tough to narrow down to just ONE thing – i adore cooking in my crockpot! i make chili and spaghetti sauce, and i make chicken or pork chops with gravy/sauce & am looking to expand my slow cooking horizons, finding lots of new crockpot recipes on pinterest! would love to add a new cooker to my family :)

  72. Wendy Wilson says

    I love to make a “rotisserie” chicken in the crock pot . Once I learned the secret of crumpled up aluminum balls under the chicken to allow the fat to drip to the bottom I loved it even more. A convenient way to make a healthy meal that can be used for days.

  73. Janice Moody says

    I love making pot roast with carrots, potatoes, and onions in the crock pot. I also love making any kind of soup – chicken and noodle – vegetable – etc.

  74. Amy says

    I make chicken and gnocchi soup! Great after a long, cold day at work. I also make my chicken filling for enchiladas.

  75. Martha says

    We love red beans and rice….I put the beans, turkey sausage, onions, peppers, and all the spices in first thing in the morning, then put on a pot of rice before dinner. Perfect for this time of year!

  76. Allison says

    We make cool ranch chicken to use in soft and hard shell tacos and enchiladas. My husband and I each want to be the one to get home first and shred the chicken breasts after they’ve been cooking all day!

  77. Lisa LaPree says

    I love making spicy chicken in the crockpot. 4 chicken breast and hot wing sauce makes great sliders, use in burritos or tacos, on salads.

  78. Carol says

    Thanks to my Sister I connected to this site. Can’t wait to try some of the delicious sounding recipes. Have a great day.

  79. Colleen Hayden says

    I like to make my meat loaf in my crock pot — layer on some potatoes on top to cook right along with the meat loaf. Sometimes put carrots on top also so I have a complete meal cooking at one time. In another I put my baked beans. No fuss and no muss.

  80. maryanne dudley says

    I love to make cheese dip for the football games
    1 pound ground beef
    3 lbs of cheddar cheese
    2 cans rotell

  81. Kim R says

    Crock pots are the working woman’s best friend! I do a pulled pork that people seem to really enjoy. Layer a sliced onion in the bottom of your Crock Pot, add your pork roast, add about a cup of soy sauce, a can of NON DIET Coke or Root Beer (something with dark color/sugar), 1 1/2 T. garlic salt and pepper. Quarter and orange and squeeze the juice onto the roast and drop in crock. Add enough water to cover up to 1/2 of the roast and cook 10-12 hours. Remove the contents of the crock including the liquid and pull the pork with two forks. Add back to crock pot and add enough cooking liquid to keep the meat moist and enjoy!

    Easy to serve large crowds!!

    • says

      Kim, you are so right, crock pots are the working woman’s best friend! Thanks for sharing your pork roast recipe. It sounds absolutely delicious. I look forward to trying it soon.

  82. Melissa Hernandez says

    I just joined Weight Watchers and my sister sent me a link to this site…LOVE IT! I will be trying these out for myself and family. My favorite thing to make in the crock pot is Weight Watchers Taco Soup which my mom starting making years ago and my family just loves it during this time of year when its cold. Thank you for sharing these recipes!!!

  83. Anne M says

    I have a large family (6 kids), so I use mine most for big batches of stew or soup. Our latest favorite is Pork Carnitas. Thanks so much for your new ideas, as it’s not easy to cook healthy and still save time!

  84. Melanie J McCall says

    Have enjoyed reading your many recipes. Would love to be entered for the crock pot. Thanks, and I look forward to trying the many recipes.

  85. Jean Ramirez says

    I would never in my wildest dreams think about making Pizza in a slow cooker! You better believe I will be making that, many times since you can do so many varieties. Thank you

  86. Kimberly Johnson says

    Chili! My kids love crock pot chili. Also vegetable beef soup. Either one is great for those cool nights or just some feel good food.

  87. Amy Clark says

    I like a good chili or soup on a cold winters day. Just come in the door and the smell of a hot delicious meal waiting for you… Awesome ! Looking forward to trying the cheesecake ( my husbands favorite dessert)

  88. Janelle Nunes says

    I’m new to using a crock pot. Just started using it in the past 6 months. I’ve tried pork, chicken, pot roast and stew. I love making a whole chicken! It comes out so moist.

  89. phyllis ireland says

    My granddaughter and I make award winning chilli in my crockpot. We won the Regina Red Sox Chill Challenge last summer with our recipe. We are making it again on Sat for friends and family who have been craving it since last summer. Because we have a large family we need more than one crockpot. Would love to win!

  90. Judy Varney says

    Hi, my name is Judy. I found your site by chance, I was very excited to find it. My hope is to use this site often and what I have seem already I know I will. Crockpot recipes are a blessing for everyone. Thank you, and keep them coming.

  91. Mom of six says

    Shredded pork sandwiches are what I like to make in the crock pot. You put the pork in overnight, then shred and cook until suppertime. Very tasty, very easy.

  92. Linda Mullins says

    YUM, YUM, YUM!! I recently made the Southwestern Slow Cooker Chicken AND the Crock Pot Corn Dip. My husband, brother and neighbors were MORE than delighted (since I don’t cook ~ or “didn’t”). Now, my husband is having a “love affair” with YOUR Crock Pot Recipes (and me, of course). So, guess it’s time to cook again. It really would be nice to have a new Crock Pot ~ LOL!!! Thanks, Martha!!

    • says

      Hi Linda,

      So glad you are discovering the joys of crockpot cooking! The Southwestern Chicken and Corn Dip are two of my favorites too! Would love to hear more about your cooking adventures!!

  93. Renee McCrory says

    I need a crockpot so bad, my DH found out last week he has a heart blockage and he’s REALLY working hard to get healthy(and it wouldn’t hurt the rest of us either!)

  94. says

    I have become obsessed with finding recipes for the slow cooker! It has become my go-to for making meals.
    It seems like I am always on the go or in a hurry and my slow cooker makes it easier to have a ‘home-cooked’ meal rather than grab fast food because it is too convenient.
    The Weight Watcher friendly meals that are posted here sound wonderful and I cannot wait to try some of them!!
    Thanks for posting them. :)

  95. Alh1203 says

    Love to make pretty much anything in the crockpot. My go to recipes are pork tenderloin with veggies, chili and spaghetti sauce. Loving all your recipes, thank you for all the effort you have put forth!

  96. Judith says

    I love crockpot cooking! I cannot wait to try the yummy recipes. You can never have too many crockpots! Would be nice to win. Good Luck to all entrants.

  97. Stuart says

    With a family of 8 we use our crock pot a lot. Some nights we are using 2 to make a great meal that is ready when we all gather to eat it.

  98. Jamie says

    My favorite thing to make in the crockpot is good old fashioned chili. Yum!
    P.S. Love your crockpot meal a day recipes!! I’m a weight watchers lifetime member and these are fantastic! Thank you!!

  99. Rita says

    Cooking a whole chicken overnight to give me delicious chicken for sandwiches or casserole dishes is my favorite way to use my crockpot. It only takes minutes to put it in with whatever spices you like (I just did one with lots of curry) and the meat falls off the bone and skin falls off the chicken in the morning. You also then have chicken stock for soup if you want it.

  100. Becky Schneider says

    I hope it’s not too late to win the crock pot! I could really use a new one. Thanks for the recipes. I am lifetime, but then gained a few pounds back….have 5.4 to go to be lifetime again! Good luck! Thanks for the recipes!

    • says

      Hi Becky, unfortunately the giveaway is over, but I wanted to leave the comments open in case anyone wants to share more of their favorite recipes! I’ve loved reading all the great ideas and want to try many of the dishes that were suggested. Best of luck with your return to goal! It’s always so much easier when you only have a few pounds to lose!!

  101. Tzinorah Goldberg says

    My favorite dis so far has ben BBG ribs…. done right the meal is so tender it falls away from the bones, and the non-existent basting is a blessing! ;D I’m OK that I missed this contest because I already own this slow-cooker and LOVE IT!!! ;D I am thankful to have found your site to add to my variety of choices and thank you heartily for offering so many alternatives!

    • says

      Hi Diana,

      Thanks for your comment. I guess that all depends on how you are managing your diabetes. I include carb counts with all the nutritional estimates which should help. I know many people have lost weight and decreased and/or eliminated their diabetes medications by following the Weight Watchers plan. I would suggest you talk to your doctor and/or nutritionist for guidance. Hope this helps.

  102. Jill says

    My new favorite crockpot soup recipe I made up and it takes literally five minutes to put in the crockpot so yummy. Beef Stew Soup

    1lb beef stew meat (I use the diet lean that is cut in small pieces already)

    1 package Mrs. Grass Beef Stew Mix by the soup mixes (Schnuck’s has it)

    2 cups water

    32 oz of beef stock

    1 can petite diced tomatoes undrained and one can rotel if you like spicy

    1 tablespoon Jamison’s soup base or beef better than bouillon in a jar (if you don’t have these no big deal

    Put in crockpot for 4 hours on low or 8 on high stir to mix together

    Before you are ready to serve cook one cup mini pasta shells, penne, or macaroni whatever you might have cook as directed mix into soup. We like mini penne the best.

  103. Susan Steinke says

    Martha, I am thankful to have won the giveaway,I received the crockpot today. Thank you so much. Now I need to see what recipe I will make 1st with it. It will definitely be 1 from here, as I need it to be WW friendly.

    • says

      Hi Serra,

      I’m not huge into freezer meals, but I’ve frozen some of the leftovers from these recipes from time to time with good success: Baked oatmeal, Chicken and gravy, Teriyaki pork roast, baked bean soup, bean barley soup, BBQ turkey chili and pork and white bean stew. Hope this helps!

      Do you prep the raw ingredients and then freeze them till you are ready to cook or cook and then portion out and freeze for quick easy meals later???

  104. says

    I have just started WW and am in a bit of a daze. I stumbled onto your site and am I glad I did. You are one generous soul! To put this amount of recipes together, with the points plus, AND sooooo organized making it easy to use, I have to tip my hat to you!!

    Thank you sooooooo much for helping me get a good start and stay with it!

    • says

      Thanks Karen. I appreciate your kind words more than you know!! I’m a big believer in WW and realize just how hard it is in the beginning. Learning to figure out points plus gets easier with time and practice. All you need to do is stick with it. And in the meantime I’m here to help :-)

  105. Sherri LaFever says

    I LOVE to use my crockpots (notice that was with an s as I have 5 crockpots of different sizes and features). Thanks so much for all your yummy sounding recipes, I can’t wait to try them. I’ve already printed several off to start using next week. When I first started cooking with crockpots, I had to let them soak in the sink after using them. Then, I started using cooking spray, but since the invention of the crockpot liners, I’ve never used anything else. They are WONDERFUL and save so much time in clean up. The only thing I usually have to wash is the lid, and occasionally wipe out the condensation from the crock. I buy the bags online (50 bags for $25) instead of the ones in the stores (4 bags for $2.58)

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