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5 Ingredient Slow Cooker Cookbook - 100 Easy Crock Pot Recipes For Busy People - cover

5 Ingredient Slow Cooker Cookbook - 100 Easy Crock Pot Recipes For Busy People

Jean Simmons

Publisher: Mayorline

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Summary

We all know how tough it can be preparing your own food after a long day's work. It is even more difficult if you have to use a long list of ingredients to cook food. While eating out may be convenient, this option is not advisable, knowing that some of the ingredients used in preparing the meal may not be healthy for you.  With this book however, you can cook simple and nutritious meals without even trying. All you need is just a good slow cooker in your kitchen, and you can save time, energy and money cooking nutritious and healthy meals that your family and friends will thank you for.
 
There are 100 Nutritious and Delicious slow cooker recipes with only 5 ingredients or even less. These recipes are clearly labeled as ketogenic, low-sodium, low-calorie, gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, low carb and paleo. They also contain nutritional information so you know exactly what you are eating. There are recipes for breakfast, vegan, vegetarian, beef, poultry, pork, seafood, desserts and more. There are also valuable useful tips for slow cooking meats, vegetables and poultry as well as valuable information on your slow cooker and slow cooking in general. Note that water, cooking spray, salt and pepper are not counted as ingredients.
 
It's time to take the hassles off cooking. Let this book serve as your guide to cooking great-tasting and healthy one-pot meals.  

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