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Fix-It And Forget-It Slow Cooker Champion Recipes: 450 of the Very Best! - By: Phyllis Good

Fix It And Forget It Slow Cooker by Phyllis Good

Format: Loose-leaf 3 Ring Binder | 604 pages
Publication date: 19 Apr 2016
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing

450 of the best slow cooker recipes from the New York Times bestselling Fix-It and Forget-it series!

Here are the best-loved slow cooker recipes all in one place. These are the champs. These are the ones that surprise you—because you didn’t realize you were cooking when you made them. Because everyone at the table wants more! You can cook with these easy-to-follow, quick-to-prepare taste-stunners. If you already know you can cook, allow yourself to be surprised by the layers of flavors you can make in your slow cooker when you handle it well.

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

As I’ve said many times on this blog, I LOVE my slow cooker. I thought it had bit the dust so my son bought me an Instant Pot which I love, but  he also looked at my SC and it was a simple fix (yea!!!) so now I can use both of them.

When I saw this beautiful hardcover spiral bound cookbook I had to buy it.

This book is big and heavy and shiny and I love it! I’ve already marked a lot of recipes to try like

Herb Roasted Chicken

Bavarian Beef

 There are photos throughout the book and most of the recipes have only a few ingredients and just a few steps.

I can’t wait to start cooking from this cookbook!

Weekend Cooking

  20 Responses to “Cookbook Review:
Fix It And Forget It Slow Cooker by Phyllis Good”

  1. Thanks for the review. I’ve seen these books at Barnes and Nobles and wondered about them. I love my slow cooker too, but now I’ve gotten into my Instant Pot cooking and love that too… visiting from Weekend Cooking

  2. I have an earlier version of this book. I have to check it again as soon I will be off work and can use the slow cooker more. Great recipes, I’m glad you mentioned this book.

  3. The slow cooker can be real life-saver. I like the notebook/binder style of this cookbook — it lays flat and you add to it.

  4. Thanks for the heads up about this book! Will have to look for it.

  5. I’m a big fan of the slow cooker … I am on my second (maybe third) one but when they go it’s really obvious! One think I love it for is to make stock and then (straining out the boiled-to-death cooked solids, making it into soup.

    best… mae at

    • I bought my first slow cooker in ’75 when I first got married, and have gone through a lot of them because it’s always been my favorite kitchen appliance and I’ve used them a lot.

  6. Love my slow cooker! When we first got to Ireland, we went looking for one, and were surprised to find that they were not really popular. We found a lot of deep fat fryers, but no slow cookers at first. We ended up finding one in Tesco and bought that. There was just the one. Now they seem to be slightly more popular than they were 5 1/2 years ago. Anyway, I always cook my whole chickens in the slow cooker. The cookbook looks great!

  7. I need to get my slow cooker mojo back – I think mine actually cooks too fast even on low. Cheers

  8. I don’t use my slow cooker enough. I love spiral bound cookbooks. Let us know how the recipes turn out.

  9. Looks like a beautiful cookbook. And I love that it is spiral bound (as all cookbooks should be!).

  10. I have one of the books from this series of cookbooks but it’s a paperback and not glossy or pretty at all but it has great recipes in it. Easy. Not a lot of ingredients which is a plus. This version would be nice to have. I can make most things gluten free with subs.

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