Sharing is caring!

This post contains affiliate links. Click here to read my affiliate policy.

Last Updated on October 25, 2020

Looking for simple AIP Slow Cooker recipes that for your Autoimmune diet? You are in luck! Here is a list of 20 fun recipes like AIP Chili, AIP Soup and more!

AIP Slow Cooker Recipes

Raise your hand if you love your slow cooker! As someone who makes more of her family’s food from scratch, there is nothing better than dumping a bunch of ingredients in a pot, hitting a button and then walking away.

A couple of hours later the fragrant smell of dinner will fill my house and dinner will be done with only a few minutes of thought on my part.

For anyone who is on or just starting the diet, you know that AIP is the most hardcore of all the diet.

Forget about eating out. It’s impossible.

When you take into account all of the foods you can not eat – dairy, eggs, nuts, seeds, nightshades, grains, and gluten – there is no way you can guarantee your food was not cross contaminated at a restaurant.

So that means more time in the kitchen cooking and well, using your slow cooker is almost as good as a personal chef (almost).

Recommended AIP Cookbooks

No products found.

Here is a list of 20 AIP recipes that can whipped up with less work than you thought possible.

20 AIP Slow Cooker Recipes

Here's a list of easy slow cooker recipes for the autoimmune paleo diet.

aip slow cooker recipes

If you liked this post, check out my Paleo Autoimmune recipes!

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


  1. Hi Kelly! Thank you so much for including my Creamy Crockpot Lemon Chicken Kale Soup in your post. What a fabulous lineup of recipes you have in this post! Using the slow cooker (especially when starting out on AIP) makes things so easy. Wishing you the best as you embark on your own AIP journey!! xo-jessica

  2. Kelly- I hope you can jump into AIP with tons of great resources and support! Its not easy, but I would not change a thing about my AIP journey. It truly helped me to find things that were truly causing issues for my body and allowed my body to heal A LOT. Meal planning has been the real key for me. If I have a plan and stick to it, I always have something for myself to eat. I always take something with me when I head out anywhere, especially when there will be food served. Good luck and if you ever need any help, support, or just want to vent about it (it happens!) shoot me a message!

  3. Hey Kelly! Thanks so much for your post. I feel for you, with your long work days and just starting AIP. Wishing you well and hoping you get some rest! Take care and thanks again for all you do!

  4. Thank-you for including my “Nomato” Chilli.

    I wish you success with your AIP journey. The first couple of weeks can be tough but it is so worth it!

  5. Thank you for putting this together! I have had this on my “wish list” for a long time, and it’ll make my life easier!! Cannot wait to try them all, and be able to feed my family on those busy days!!

  6. Thanks so much for including my Slow-Cooker Beef Short Ribs with Mushrooms! I shared this with my peeps and I know I will come back to it over and over. It’s a fantastic list!

  7. Hi Kelly – Cheers for the link to my wee AIP Osso Buco recipe (Its one of my favourites!)

    Would you believe I gave my slow cooker away to my neighbour? I thought I just preferred to use my Le Creuset… and then I tried my Mum’s slow-cooker pulled pork over the weekend while on a trip home – I may be investing in a new slow cooker!

    Best of luck on your AIP journey.


  8. I tried two of the recipes from this list – Creamy Crockpot Lemon Chicken Kale Soup and the AIP Beef Chili and both were fabulous! Thanks for the links 🙂

  9. Super random question, I’ve had the AIP beef chili by cakescookglutenfree before and loved it. I can’t access her website anymore to get the receipe, can you? Or do you have the receipe or know where I can find it?? Thanks for your help, I have benefitted so much from your blog!!

  10. Awww, the link to SLOW-COOKER BEEF SHORT RIBS WITH MUSHROOMS leads to a dead end. And I was looking forward to the recipe. Oh well, thanks for all the other links!