Fix-It and Forget-It Cooking for Two: 150 Small-Batch Slow Cooker Recipes

January 9, 2018 - Comment

You want wholesome and delicious meals but you just don’t have the time to prepare them after a long day at work. Most slow cooker cookbooks offer recipes for a crowd and there are only two of you, or maybe the two of you plus a baby or toddler, and you don’t want a whole

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You want wholesome and delicious meals but you just don’t have the time to prepare them after a long day at work. Most slow cooker cookbooks offer recipes for a crowd and there are only two of you, or maybe the two of you plus a baby or toddler, and you don’t want a whole week’s worth of leftovers taking up space in the fridge. This slow cooker cookbook is different. The perfect gift for newlyweds, elderly couples, or anyone who is too busy to spend hours futzing in the kitchen, these recipes will put just the right amount of home-cooked food on your table with shockingly little time and effort on your part.

You can trust these recipes because they are―
• Collected from some of America’s best home cooks
• Tested in real-life settings
• Carefully selected from thousands of recipes

Learn what size slow cooker to purchase, discover tips for easy prep and cleanup, and find scrumptious recipes such as:

• Chicken Parmigiana
• Buttery German Chocolate Fudge
• Taco Bean Soup
• White Bean and Chicken Chili
• Poppy Seed Tea Bread
• And many more!

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Dee Long says:

Easy Preparation for Solos and Empty Nesters If you are a single or couple frustrated with all of the slow cooker recipe suggestions designed to feed an army, “Fix-It and Forget-It” is for you. It features 150 small batch recipes suitable for two, or one serving and a spare for freezing. Author Comerford provides a wide range of comfort food favorites for the crock pot, including Coney Dogs, Mexi Dips, Spinach and Cheese Tortellini, and Amish Shoo Fly Melt. We like that every recipe has gorgeous four-color photography…

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