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Everyday Gluten-Free Slow Cooking: More Than 140 Delicious Recipes Hardcover – March 6, 2012
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There's a lot of variety here, so if you enjoy browsing through cookbooks, you'll probably find at least a few recipes you want to try. The book contains well over a hundred slow cooker recipes - breakfast recipes (hot cereals, granola, egg dishes that take 3-4 hours), a dozen appetizer and snack recipes (6 dips, plus a party mix, spiced nuts, and some kielbasa appetizers), 17 soup recipes, 18 vegetarian recipes (11 of them soups or stews, the rest mostly side dishes and sauces), 6 seafood main dishes (three of them for salmon), 13 poultry main dishes, 10 pork main dishes, 10 beef main dishes, 11 recipes that use leftovers from previous recipes, and 15 recipes for sweets (candied nuts, a lot of puddings, some fruit dishes), not to mention a few recipes for side dishes that don't require a slow cooker, and some GF seasonings (seasoning salt, chili powder, barbeque seasoning).Read more ›
Overall, a very handy book to have on the kitchen shelf!
It's pretty easy to create a recipe book that takes basic slow-cooker recipes like 'chicken noodle soup' or 'lasagna' and modifies them to be gluten-free, but this book actually contains some unique recipes that aren't just adaptations of classic recipes. Take for example: Curried cauliflower white bean soup, Indian-spiced carrot ginger soup, Greek chickpea soup, Apple and thyme roasted chicken with apple gravy, or potato ham leek casserole.
This is a great book and I'd encourage both GF and non-GF crock-pot lovers to give it a try.
With this basic information, you can make up your own recipes...but I highly suggest that you try the recipes in the book! No family will think it's a sacrifice to eat gluten free for one member, once they try these recipes out!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great cookbook to have on those cold winter nights. Lots of delicious recipes.Published 2 months ago by Julia's Happy Tails
Good selection of recipes
I am new to using my slow cooker for a gluten free diet
Many wonderful gluten free recipes for the slow cooker. Even our gluten eating family members like these dishes. Can't wait to try them all!Published on October 21, 2013 by A. Thomas Rochfort
I haven't been thrilled with recipes I've tried in the book. They've all been a bit bland. However, I've been able to use the basic instructions and add my own tweaks with some... Read morePublished on May 7, 2013 by Lisa
My husband went gluten free, and so I had to find ways to cook for him, this book fit the bill nicely. The dishes are very good too!Published on March 30, 2013 by David Garcia
I love this book! It is so nice to have a gluten free cookbook for slow cookers. It is also very easy to make these recipes dairy free if you need to.Published on February 8, 2013 by Kristen
As a single, working mom, I use my crockpot often to save time after a long day at the office. Nothing better than coming home to a meal that's already cooked! Read morePublished on September 24, 2012 by Curlyque