7-Day 1400 Calorie Crock-Pot Meal Plan

There's no need to spend hours in the kitchen when you can get fit with these simple recipes!

4-week meal plan

This Crock-Pot meal plan was designed for all of you busy, health-conscious ladies out there! I for one cherish my slow cooker above all other kitchen appliances. I’m not sure what I love more: Knowing that I can set it and forget it, or simply the fact that the meals always turn out perfectly! 

What I do know is that most of us want to eat healthily but have a hard time finding the time. It’s hard to prepare tasty and nutritious dishes. Fortunately, the Crock-Pot is a simple solution!

Not only do slow cookers make preparing healthy and delicious meals simpler than ever, but they also help to free up your valuable time. All you have to do is dump the ingredients into the pot, set it, and forget it! Within a few hours, you’ll have a yummy and filling meal ready to go.

You can take your meal prep a step further and prepare multiple meals at once. While you can only cook one thing at a time, that doesn’t mean you can’t wash, cut, slice, and dice the other ingredients beforehand. Furthermore, feel free to pre-mix the ingredients for the next recipe. That way, when the first meal is finished, you can immediately begin cooking the next!

Related: Busy Woman’s Guide to Meal Prepping

7-Day 1400 Calorie Crock-Pot Meal Plan

Each day this week includes a recipe for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. These meals average out to about 1400 calories per day, which is great for those of you with a weight-loss goal. Keep in mind that we will utilize leftovers, so if you’re cooking for more than just yourself, make sure you buy extra ingredients! 

Day 1

Breakfast: Slow Cooker Nutty Blueberry Banana Oatmeal (1 serving)

Lunch: Slow Cooker Chicken and Black Bean Chowder (2 servings)

Dinner: Slow Cooker Cheesy Spaghetti with Turkey Sausage (1 serving)

Day 2 

healthy meals

Breakfast: leftover Slow Cooker Nutty Blueberry Banana Oatmeal (1 serving)

Lunch: leftover Slow Cooker Chicken and Black Bean Chowder (2 servings)

Dinner: leftover Slow Cooker Cheesy Spaghetti with Turkey Sausage (1 serving)

Day 3 

Breakfast:  leftover Slow Cooker Nutty Blueberry Banana Oatmeal (1 serving)

Lunch: leftover Slow Cooker Chicken and Black Bean Chowder (2 servings)

Dinner: leftover Slow Cooker Cheesy Spaghetti with Turkey Sausage (1 serving)

Day 4

Breakfast: Slow Cooker Spinach and Mozzarella Frittata (2 servings) and an Apple

Lunch: Crock-Pot Sausage, White Bean, and Kale Stew (1 serving)

Dinner: Slow Cooker Chicken Enchiladas (2 servings)

Day 5

4-week meal plan

Breakfast: leftover Slow Cooker Spinach and Mozzarella Frittata (2 servings) and an Apple

Lunch: leftover Crock-Pot Sausage, White Bean, and Kale Stew (1 serving)

Dinner: leftover Slow Cooker Chicken Enchiladas (2 servings)

Day 6

14-day clean eating meal plan

Breakfast: leftover Slow Cooker Spinach and Mozzarella Frittata (2 servings) and an Apple

Lunch: leftover Crock-Pot Sausage, White Bean, and Kale Stew (1 serving)

Dinner: leftover Slow Cooker Chicken Enchiladas (2 servings) 

Day 7

Breakfast: Slow Cooker Breakfast Casserole (2 servings) and a Banana

Lunch: Honey Chicken and Vegetables (2 servings)

Dinner: Slow Cooker Roadhouse Chili (1 serving)

We hope that this Crock-Pot meal plan has given you a few new recipes to add to your “make again” list! If you enjoyed these slow cooker meals, we think you’ll love this 7-Day Busy Woman’s Clean-Eating Meal Plan.

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Erin Miller

Erin is an NASM Certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist. She’s a Florida girl, currently living in Colorado. Some of her favorite hobbies include hiking, snowboarding, and hanging out at the beach, although weight lifting is her greatest passion. Erin believes that sustainability is the single most important factor to a successful fitness routine. She says, “If you can find a form of exercise that you truly enjoy, there will never be a fitness goal that you can’t achieve!"

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