Do you simply love your slow cooker like I do? Or perhaps you own one and wish you used it more, but just just don’t have any good slow cooker recipes? Thanks to blogger and mom Karen Petersen, now you have plenty of delicious slow cooker recipes to choose from! After her yearlong quest of making 365 different recipes in her slow cooker and documenting her experience and recipes on her blog, she has compiled them all in one tasty cookbook, 365 Days of Slow Cooking.
Thanks to our friends at AllFreeSlowCookerRecipes, this one-of-a-kind cookbook could be yours for FREE for three lucky readers!
Our sister site, AllFreeSlowCookerRecipes, is having it’s first giveaway, and you’re not going to want to miss out on entering, especially if you have a slow cooker at home. In fact, the recipes in 365 Days of Slow Cooking are so easy and delicious, you might just want to go out and buy a slow cooker if you don’t already have one!
From September 11 until October 1, you have the amazing opportunity to win a free copy of this great cookbook. With 12 different sections, including: appetizers, beverages, breads/spreads, breakfast, beef, poultry, pork pasta, sides/salads, soups, vegetarian and desserts, 365 Days of Slow Cooking literally has enough tasty recipes to last you all year! As a mom herself, Karen was of course, attentive to the needs of her family, and most of the recipes featured in her cookbook are very family-friendly.
As the temperatures cool here in Chicago, I find myself wanting to warm up at night with a big bowl of soup. Karen’s Chicken Tortilla Soup slow cooker recipe, featured in her cookbook, sounds delicious, and it is so simple to make! All you do is combine the ingredients in a slow cooker and let cook for 8 hours. Easy, right? Or maybe your family is craving spaghetti for dinner. No sweat; she’s got a recipe for that, too! Check out this Meaty Spaghetti Sauce slow cooker recipe!
For dessert, Karen has come up with a yummy recipe that’s perfect for fall. I can’t think of a better way to end a crisp, autumn day then with her Apple Crisp slow cooker recipe, also a recipe from her incredible cookbook. If you’re brave enough to indulge in a cold ice cream sundae this winter, take a look at this recipe of Karen’s for the Easiest Hot Fudge Recipe Ever. Slow cooker’s work great for dessert, too! Who knew?