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Gluten Free Crock Pot Recipes: Your Ultimate Guide


Welcome to Curry Girls Kitchen! After many requests from our friends and clients, we are excited to share our gluten-free crock pot recipes with you!

Crock pot recipes are an easy way to get your family eating healthier and still enjoy delicious meals. With our recipes, you can prepare meals quickly and easily without sacrificing flavor or nutrition. Whether you’re looking for sweet potato, chicken, vegetarian, or dairy-free recipes, we have something for everyone. Plus, with the convenience of an Instant Pot, you can get dinner on the table in a snap!

So let’s get cooking!

Gluten Free Crock Pot Recipes

Cooking with a crock pot is an easy and delicious way to make all kinds of gluten-free meals. At Curry Girls Kitchen, we have created a variety of recipes to fit a range of dietary needs. Their gluten-free crock pot recipes are perfect for those looking for an autoimmune-friendly diet and for those who want to maintain a healthy lifestyle. There are all kinds of gluten-free recipes to choose from. All of these meals are quick and easy to prepare, require minimal cleanup, and will keep your taste buds satisfied.

Transforming Traditional Recipes into Crock Pot Creations

Alright, before we dive deeper into our culinary adventure, have you ever thought about the flexibility of that crock pot sitting in your kitchen? Believe it or not, a ton of your favorite recipes can be revamped into slow-cooker masterpieces with just a few tweaks. It’s like giving your dishes a comfy, slow-cooked makeover. If you’re scratching your head wondering how, no worries! We’ve whipped up a nifty guide to get you started on this crock pot journey. Ready to turn some heads (and pots)? Let’s roll!

  1. Seek Out a Slow Cooker Sibling
    Instead of navigating the crock pot universe without a map, first identify a similar slow cooker recipe to illuminate your path. Use this as a reference for meat and vegetable quantities, liquid volumes, and the all-important cooking time and temperature nuances.
  2. Decode the Crock Pot Chronology
    Slow cookers are all about the endurance race, not the sprint. They warm to approximately 190º on ‘Low’ and soar to 300º on ‘High’. To adapt conventional recipes for slow cooking, embrace this principle:
    • 1 hour of stovetop simmering or oven baking at 350º translates to 8-10 hours on ‘Low’ or 4-6 hours on ‘High’ in a slow cooker.
    This timing ensures that meats reach a safe-to-eat temperature. So, if your pork tenderloin would usually roast for 30 minutes in the oven, you’d adjust to a 4-5 hour cook time in your crock pot.
  3. Adjust Ingredients Thoughtfully
    Slow cookers are pros at retaining moisture. As such, you might need to dial back on the liquid in your adapted recipe. If, for instance, your original dish asks for 6-8 cups of water, consider commencing with 5 cups. But don’t go to the other extreme and eliminate liquid completely! For recipes that don’t specify any liquid, introduce 1/2 cup of water or broth to facilitate steam creation within the pot. A word to the wise: If you’re tempted to try baking your favorite chocolate chip cookies in a slow cooker, reconsider. Many baked goods lose their charm without the precise heat of an oven. There are exceptions, of course (like a certain vanilla cheesecake), but for optimal results, direct your enthusiasm towards main courses, soul-warming soups, and saucy appetizers.

Armed with these insights, you’re poised to expand your culinary repertoire with a multitude of slow-cooked delights. Happy cooking!

Sweet Potato Recipes

When it comes to gluten-free cooking, sweet potatoes are a great option! We havea variety of delicious gluten-free recipes using sweet potatoes that you could easily convert to a crock pot. From Mushroom and White Bean Stew to Thai Green Lentil Curry with weet Potatoes, there’s something to please everyone’s taste buds. Not only are these recipes delicious, but they also offer nutritional benefits— sweet potatoes are a great source of fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, and potassium. So, if you’re looking for a gluten-free and nutritious meal, try one of Curry Girls’ sweet potato-based gluten-free recipes. Your taste buds won’t be disappointed.

Chicken Recipes

Chicken is a great option for gluten-free cooking and can be prepared in a variety of ways. With a crock pot, you can make anything from a classic chicken stew to a Tuscan Chicken Soup. The slow cooking process of the crock pot helps to lock in all the delicious flavors and make the chicken tender and juicy. Plus, chicken is packed with essential vitamins and minerals, making it a great choice for a healthy meal.

At Curry Girls Kitchen, we offer a variety of delicious and nutritious gluten-free chicken recipes! Whether you’re a beginner cook or a seasoned pro, these recipes are sure to please the entire family!

Vegetarian Recipes

If you’re looking for gluten-free plant-based options, then look no further than these delicious vegetarian recipes. With these recipes, you can enjoy all the health benefits of a vegetarian diet, without having to worry about gluten contamination. We have a variety of recipes for you to choose from, including a Cauliflower White Bean Soup, an Asparagus Soup, and even a Pumpkin Red Lentil Soup. All of these recipes are designed to be easy to make. Plus, they are packed with protein, vitamins, and minerals to keep your health in check. So if you’re looking for an easy and healthy way to enjoy a vegetarian meal, look no further than these delicious gluten-free vegetarian recipes.

Dairy Free Recipes

Going dairy free can be a great way to reduce inflammation and boost digestion. Luckily, there are plenty of delicious and easy to make dairy free gluten-free crock pot recipes. From creamy curries to comforting stews, there are dairy-free recipes to suit everyone’s tastes.

Try out Curry Girls’ Buffalo Cauliflower Dip, which is full of zesty flavor and packed with healthy ingredients. Or, make our Green Potato Leek Soup and enjoy the rich and creamy texture without the dairy. For a sweet treat, try out our Rhubarb Crisp, which is sweetened with honey and coconut oil. All of these recipes can be made in the crock pot and are allergy-friendly and full of flavor.

Instant Pot Recipes

Using an Instant Pot is a great way to prepare gluten-free dishes quickly and easily. Instant Pots have become increasingly popular and offer a variety of recipes for those looking for tasty, gluten-free dishes. From breakfast meals to dinner dishes like brisket and artichokes, there are plenty of Instant Pot recipes to choose from. These recipes also offer a wide range of nutritional benefits. For example, gluten-free Instant Pot recipes are often high in protein and filled with fresh vegetables, making them an ideal choice for those looking to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Plus, preparing these recipes in an Instant Pot means that you can have a delicious meal on the table in minutes. Whether you’re looking for a quick and easy weeknight dinner or a delicious brunch recipe, there are plenty of gluten-free recipes that can be made Instant Pot friendly to choose from at Curry Girls.


Cooking healthy meals with a crock pot is a great way to make sure you and your family are eating nutritious food without having to spend too much time in the kitchen. The beauty of cooking with a crock pot is that you can easily adjust the ingredients to suit your dietary needs while still enjoying flavorful meals.

At Curry Girls Kitchen, we understand the importance of healthy eating and we strive to offer delicious and easy-to-make gluten-free recipes that are tailored to the needs of those with autoimmune diseases and can be customized to YOUR preferences! Our recipes are designed to help you stay on track with your healthy eating goals while still being able to whip up a tasty meal.

We invite you to explore our selection of gluten-free crock pot recipes and see how cooking can bring people and family together. Sign up for our email newsletter for more healthy living tips and recipes from Pegs and Megs.

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