Slow Cooker Freezer Meal Plan #10

Published on March 31, 2020 By Lauren

freezer meal plan

I work so hard to make every meal plan better than the last one. That’s why I’m so excited to bring you 20 Slow Cooker Gourmet Freezer Meals! And yes… these are “dump meals” – meaning, you prepping them requires no pre-cooking at all. Just dump the ingredients in freezer bags.

Now this one does require you to spend a bit more on groceries than the previous $150 plans; this plan (#10) cost me about $165 at the store. But for good reason –  here’s why:

  • Bigger Portions!!
  • Easier to halve recipes (if you cut it all in half, it will cost you less than $100)

Every single recipe has more food than the last meal plans. And there’s a reason why I call this meal plan “gourmet”… these are KILLER recipes. I’m amazed at what you can accomplish with the slow cooker. And I pushed it to the limits this time around.

If you’ve never used one of these meal plans before, let me just tell you a little bit about them. This is not simply a cookbook with a shopping list. This is NOT a freezer cooking plan that takes all afternoon and leaves your kitchen a complete mess.


This meal plan is a carefully crafted system designed to save you a ton of money, and a ton of time.

These meals were created and portioned just right so that they all work together. And my “One-Touch Prep System” will ensure that you can prepare these meals in just a few hours, and your kitchen won’t even be that messy. See what I mean below:

freezer meal plan

Here are the recipes (each made twice):

  • Thai Peanut Chicken
  • Spaghetti and Meatballs
  • Korean Beef Tacos
  • Asian-BBQ Fusion Chicken
  • Sweet and Spicy Pineapple Chicken
  • White Chicken Chili
  • BBQ Paprika Chicken
  • Pork Carnitas
  • Cilantro Lime Chicken
  • Pork Loin with Basil Cream Sauce

The goal here is to save you time AND money. This does both

Trust me. You are gonna eat VERY well for the next few weeks with minimal time cooking. Pick it up HERE!


  • I’m due with my first child in less than 2 weeks. We just used this meal plan to make 29 freezer meals for after I give birth. If I can do it 9 months pregnant anyone can do this! Prep went smoothly and I’m so excited to try all the meals. Thanks!!

    • Jamie – congrats on your baby!!!! I am thrilled you were able to make these meals it will make the transition so much better!!! Give that baby kisses for me!

  • I like to shop at Aldi so I’m considering this to keep it as simple as possible, but my husband has Celiac disease and eats mostly dairy free. How much modification would I need to make in this set of meals?

    • Yes, I am wondering this as well. We don’t eat dairy free but we are gluten-free. Just based on the recipes listed, I think these should be fairly easy to convert to gluten free!

  • I made these before and was hoping for some new recipes. They were all good, but there was so much food in each, we had several days worth at a time, so I was really looking forward to new ones.

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