Monday, March 17, 2014

4 Crock Pot Recipes, a Cookbook Review & a Giveaway

If you've been following along the past two weeks, then you'd know my oven broke and we've been eating out of our crock pot.  But as fate would have it; Gooseberry Patch sent me a copy of their new Slow Cooker Cookbook to review, so the timing couldn't have been better.  We've been trying out lots of the recipes in this book and now I can give away a copy to one of my readers!!! 
101 Super Easy Slow Cooker Recipes has main entrees, side dishes and desserts.  One thing I really like about this cookbook is that each recipe has a picture right next to it.  The spiral binding makes it easy to open and lay flat on your cabinet.  And, I must say all the recipes look quite tasty.  Another unique feature is that the recipes are broken into chapters by how long they take to cook.  Example: the first chapter is recipes that are 1 to 6 hours and the second chapter is 6 to 8 hours and so forth.
So before we get to our giveaway lets recap some of the recipes I made.  Please feel free to click on the links to be taken to the full recipe and you can always pin the recipe on pinterest so you can make it later.






And now for the giveaway.  Simply click on the Rafflecopter widget below, fill out your information and you'll be all entered.  The Giveway runs from March 17 through April 7th.  The winner will be announced on this blog on April 8th, e-mailed and have 48 hours to claim their prize or risk forfeit.
Big Thanks to Gooseberry Patch for providing this cookbook to giveaway.
a Rafflecopter giveaway

10 comments:

KatiePerk said...

Those carrots look different and tasty!

Jill O. said...

The apple butter BBQ spare ribs sound tasty!

Kim said...

(I deleted the last comment because I misspelled!) Anyway, what I meant to say is: I am a fan of using the Crock Pot, as are both my adult children. I can also relate to not having an oven. We were remodeling during one wheat harvest, so I didn't have a dishwasher either. I made harvest meals with a Crock Pot, skillet and a microwave. It wasn't fun, but I got it done!

Doreen said...

Dijon-Ginger Carrots look good.

StillyBee said...

Love to win this one!! Great post btw 8)

Maggie said...

The Winter BBQ Chicken would prob be a hit in my house...

Melody Baker said...

They all look tasty! Can't wait to try them.

Kristy Jensen said...

Hawaiian ham sandwiches looks very yummy.

carpediem5790 said...

The BBQ Chicken looks and sounds very good to me. It looks like there is plenty of BBQ sauce on the chicken. I hate BBQ anything that is short on the BBQ covering it. The food seems to taste more barbarque than sauce. Thanks for sharingand for this giveaway.

Karen Delaney said...

The dijon carrots look good to me!

 
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