Many of us are still digging ourselves out from the holidays. There are still Christmas decorations up in homes. But, most of us have run out of leftovers. While you’ve run out of leftovers and are running low on energy, you may still have a full house. Lots of people still have guests. And, many college kids haven’t gone back to school yet. If you are looking for a delicious dinner that will please everyone but is easy to make, we have you covered.
We love slow cooker meals! They are so easy. You throw things in and let the cooker do its job. It fills your kitchen with delicious smells while you can move on with your day! Today we are sharing low-carb pork slow cooker recipes you’ll love that will help you get dinner on the table without stress and are sure to please whoever is at your table!
We love the flavor profile of Jamaican jerk spices, but they can smoke when you sear the meat. This recipe can be made in an Instant Pot, slow cooker or Dutch oven. It does call for you to sear the pork, so turn on your extractor fan for that step! We suggest serving this either with cauliflower rice or as part of a low-carb taco. While searing adds an extra step to cooking, it’s worth it to get the crust on the meat! A serving has 282 calories and zero net carbs. Get the recipe.
The name of this recipe alone has our mouths watering! There are few things better than a butter sauce. This recipe is perfect for a slow cooker as it’s all about a low, slow heat. You cook the pork until it’s fork-tender, which will take about four hours. There is an extra step of thickening the butter sauce cooks in afterward. That transforms the cooking liquid into a serving sauce! We recommend serving this with mashed cauliflower. A serving has 271 calories, 0.9 grams of carbs and 0.1 grams of fiber. Get the recipe.
When prepared in a slow cooker, pork chops are incredibly tender. These chops, made with Cajun spices, are delicious and will leave everyone raving. While you could use a premade Cajun blend, we don’t recommend that. Those often have sugar and a lot more salt than you would add if you were making it yourself. When you add spices separately, you control what goes into it and skip the sugar altogether. A serving has 355 calories, 1.6 grams of carbs and 0.4 grams of fiber. Get the recipe.
This is an interesting recipe. Not only do you sear the meat, but you also use your slow cooker’s “high” setting. While many recipes give you cooking times for both “high” and “low” temperatures, we can’t remember many that ordered us to use only one option. But, this does make a delicious dinner. As it cooks faster, it almost feels like you’re just substituting the slow cooker for your oven. With a balsamic, garlic spice glaze, this is a tasty dinner. Read it over and decide if it sounds like the right amount of work for you. It’s sort of a pork pot roast, and it might be a perfect fit for your family! A serving has 181 calories, two grams of carbs and one gram of fiber. Get the recipe.