6 Crock Pot Cookbooks to Make Autumn Easy and Yummy
I love the ease and convenience of using a crock pot. I toss the ingredients in it before I leave in the morning. When I get home, my kitchen smells delicious. Dinner is warm and ready to be served. Plus, no scrambling for ideas about what to cook as everyone gets hungrier.
Explore these six crock pot cookbooks for fantastic recipes.
New Crock Pot Cookbooks
Stock the Crock by Phyllis Pellman Good. Stock the Crock brings together the expertise of America’s most popular slow-cooker authority with a fresh collection of 100 essential, innovative, and easy-to-prepare recipes-each with variations allowing readers to customize the dish according to their dietary needs. You’ll find beloved classics, as well as dishes you might be surprised can be done successfully in a slow cooker. (Hello, slow-cooker creme brulee!) Whether you are looking to accommodate gluten-free, paleo, or vegetarian diets, or prefer slow-cooker meals perfectly sized for one or two people, this cookbook provides smart ideas, more than 100 recipe photos, and cooking hacks that will change the way you use your favorite fuss-free cooking appliance. Learn simple make-ahead tricks, convenient baking tips, and how to make two recipes at once using the same cooker, so you can simplify cooking and spend more time enjoying your family and friends around a wonderful, delicious meal.
Fix-It and Forget-It Lazy and Slow Cookbook by Hope Comerford. For every week of the year, there’s a menu featuring seven dinners, along with a shopping list. The first recipe for the week is a slow cooker meal that’s large enough to yield leftovers that can be incorporated into the recipes for the next 2-3 dinners. Suggestions for side dishes are also included, as well as special menus for the holidays, birthdays, and other celebrations.
Martha Stewart’s Slow Cooker from the kitchens of Martha Stewart Living. 110 recipes for flavorful, foolproof recipes including desserts. Plus kitchen tips and strategies.
The Super Easy Vegan Slow Cooker by Toni Okamoto. By using a slow cooker for both full meals and basic staples, cooking instructor and founder of the popular food blog, Plant Based on a Budget, Toni Okamoto creates simple, healthy meals that are packed full of flavor and nutrients. Toni shows you how to get your money’s worth when making vegan meals at home by: stocking up on vegan slow cooking staples like beans and lentils; enjoying more than 100 healthy, flavorful plant-based meals; creating complete meals with just 15 minutes of active prep time; and, choosing from a range of variations on classic vegan dishes–as well as recommendations for super-simple salads to be served alongside.
The Big Book of One-Pot Dinners by Betty Crocker. Offers two hundred homestyle recipes for main dishes that can serve as a complete meal, with information on equipment and slow cooking techniqes.
Good Housekeeping Slow Cooker Quick-Prep Recipes. Collects slow cooker recipes that require very little preparation, including such offerings as Caribbean chicken thighs, pot roast with red wine sauce, and Thai chicken and noodles.
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