Most times, when I ask my readers if they like healthy slow cooker recipes, they their response usually is, “What’s not to like?”
Those are my sentiments exactly.
One of the biggest complaints I hear about eating healthy is the actual cooking process. So many people either don’t like to cook, or don’t have enough time to cook what they like … or both.
When you just want a nice, warm bowl of stew, there is nothing better than knowing you don’t have to stand over a stove all day. Am I right, or am I right?
We’ve asked you, our readers, how they feel about their slow cookers at home. Check out what they had to say below:
“I don’t know what I’d do without my slow cooker. I hate to cook, but I love to eat. This helps me enjoy my favorite recipes without the stove suffering.” -Shannon M.
“I work 12-hour shifts. Without the slow cooker, I’d never have a home-cooked meal.” -Debbie D.
“With 6 grand-babies, I just don’t have the time to cook anymore. I’d rather be playing with them. But, I’ve also spoiled myself with good cooking for the past 62 years, so I still need to eat my cooking. My slow cooker lets me enjoy my grand-babies and my cooking each day. God bless the slow cooker.” -June B.
“When I was pregnant last summer, all I wanted was soup. I don’t know what I would have done if I didn’t have my slow cooker. There was no way I was standing over a hot stove in 100-degree weather, 7 months pregnant.” -Amy Z.
“Two words. Homemade fondue.” -Stacey J.
The comments received on social media went on and on. See for yourself how the slow cooker can improve your dining lifestyle and download a copy of 10 Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes Free eCookbook today.
If you don’t have a slow cooker at home, but are interested in learning more about how they work, what sizes are available for purchase, which slow cooker is right for you, and for a plethora of slow cooker recipes of all kinds, check out our sister site AllFreeSlowCookerRecipes.com.