Slow Down to Cook It

Crockpots and slow cookers are a lifesaver for busy cooks. Place ingredients in the cooker and several hours later enjoy the aroma and goodness of a home cooked meal. These titles from our digital collections can help you prepare convenient and tasty meals that everyone will enjoy.

365 Winter Warmer Slow Cooker Recipes by Carol Hildebrand

What could be better than walking in the door after a hard day's work to a hot savory dinner, ready and waiting? A dinner that only requires three ingredients, that's what! With the right high-quality ingredients, you can create delicious meals in a snap with 365 Winter Warmer Slow Cooker Recipes. While most slow cooker recipes require a lot of ingredients and steps before you actually "fix it and forget it," these are truly simple recipes that can be done quickly and affordably. Just put three ingredients in your slow cooker, turn it on, and enjoy recipes such as Rosemary Lamb Stew, Chinese-Style Ribs, Coq au Vin, and Blueberry Cobbler.

Slow Cooker Cookbook by Kathleen Lee

This Slow Cooker Cookbook is all about healthy crock pot and slow cooker recipes. Busy lifestyles of today make it imperative to find better ways of preparing healthy meals. The aim of the slow cooker recipe book is to show how to prepare healthy slow cooker recipes right from home, even if time is a factor. Just follow the easy slow cooker recipes and see how much better you feel for having eaten healthy slow cooker meals. The toughest part of cooking a slow cooker meal is in the preparation. However, because most of the recipes calls for an 8 hour stretch you can easily prepare the meal the night before, right before going to bed and allow it to cook all night. On the other hand, prepare it the morning of and allow it to cook all day. This book contains four different recipe sections, each recipe specifically for the slow cooker or crock pot. There is a Breakfast Recipes section, Snack, Dessert, and Appetizer Recipes section, Soup and Stew Recipes, and a Main Dish and One Dish Meals recipe section.

Art of the Slow Cooker by Andrew Schloss

For the Art of the Slow Cooker, best-selling author Andrew Schloss has developed 80 recipes for soups, stews, succulent braises, vegetarian dishes even desserts that bring slow-cooked meals to new heights. Slow cooking gives a wonderful velvety texture to meatloaf, an incredible richness to Osso Buco Milanese, and bold and complex flavors to Curried Vegetables and Dal simmered in Indian spices. Each chapter offers recipes for both simple everyday meals and spectacular dishes perfect for entertaining. With cooking charts to help with timing, advice on finding the right slow cooker for every kitchen, and glorious color photographs throughout, the Art of the Slow Cooker will delight readers looking for easy and amazing meals.

Crockpot Recipes by Janet Daley

Crockpot Recipes Scrumptious Crock Pot and Slow Cooker Recipes A New Generation of Crock Pot Cooking Creative Crockpot Cookbook and More for Today's Living Discover how good crockpot recipes have been rejuvenated to fit into today's fast pace. Complete meals, snacks, pastries and much more, are presented with step-by-step, easy to read, directions. This book makes the perfect gift for beginner cooks that have little time, but a desire to eat healthy. Simmered to perfection and delicately seasoned in their own natural juices, slow cooking is not only simple, but inexpensive. By using the right crockpot recipes and ingredients, you can fix your favorite foods without fuss, and little mess. A new generation has exploded into healthier eating, but little time for routine hours of prep and cooking. Woven from the old-fashioned crock pot recipes of the early 70s, you will be introduced to exciting ways to cook almost anything well, and still have time for family and friends. The ultimate goal of these crockpot recipes is fresh taste, lots of choices, little work and good nutrition.

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