Crock-Pot Essentials Cookbook Review
|Title:|| Crock Pot Essentials: 101 Recipes to Make with Your Slow Cooker Cookbook of Fast and Easy Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Dessert Ideas with Minimal Prep and Quick Clean-Up|
|Published:||August 1, 2023, Fox Chapel Publishing|
|No. of Pages:||168|
|Cover Price:||$14.99 Paperback|
Looking for new recipes to make in your slow cooker? Crock Pot Essentials: 101 Recipes to Make with Your Slow Cooker Cookbook of Fast and Easy Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Dessert Ideas with Minimal Prep and Quick Clean-Up by veteran cookbook writer, Anne Shaeffer, is full of appealing, innovative recipes that will inspire cooks to pull out their slow cookers again and start cooking.
This excellent cookbook covers some of the basics of slow cooking, and includes an excellent chart to customize your recipes to the slow cooker size. Since there are dozens of sizes of slow cookers on the market, this is especially helpful.
There are over a hundred recipes in this book, with several mouthwatering soups, and includes sandwiches and wraps to accompany them. There are also several accompaniments to go with the other recipes such as quick breads. The recipes are written in the traditional manner with the ingredients listed first, followed by easy instructions. Most of the recipes have minimal ingredients to make for minimum hands-on time to put dishes together. There are beautiful, professional photographs of every dish, which makes this a 5-star cookbook for anybody who cooks.
One bonus is a chapter on meals in the slow cooker designed for two; this helps small families, and the recipes, such as Bacon-Apple Chicken and Shrimp Creole are mouthwatering.
This cookbook is highly recommended and will help cooks prepare more innovative and delicious meals.
Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.
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