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Fix-It and Forget-It Big Cookbook: 1400 Best Slow Cooker Recipes!
Tested in real-life setttingsCollected from some of America's best home cooksconvenient for those who are short on timeMany of the soups and "light" Recipes provide nutritional informationSelected from among thousands of tested recipes
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14 Reddit comments about Fix-It and Forget-It Big Cookbook: 1400 Best Slow Cooker Recipes!:

u/PatrickRsGhost · 16 pointsr/slowcooking

Fix It and Forget It seems to be the usual go-to for most slow cooker enthusiasts. They've been around for possibly 20 years or more. I bought a smaller paperback copy back in 2002 or 2003.

Another good one would have to be the America's Test Kitchen's Slow Cooker Revolution. America's Test Kitchen, produced by the publishers of Cooks Illustrated, tests hundreds or even thousands of recipes for a particular dish and then creates a recipe that is usually 100% foolproof. Not only does it work, but it will taste good. And if it doesn't, it's easy to see where you might have gone wrong, or where the recipe might have gone wrong. In some cases, it's even to tell if the recipe would be good before even trying to cook it. They list the ingredients in the order you'll use them, based on the instructions.

u/piggypudding · 15 pointsr/Cooking

I definitely recommend a crock pot if you don't have one. Recipes can range from very healthy to very decadent, it all depends on what you toss in the pot! It's great because you can throw it all in before leaving for work and then BAM dinner is ready when you get home. I have this cookbook: Fix-It and Forget-It.

u/StrangerMind · 11 pointsr/slowcooking

Fix-It and Forget-It Big Cookbook: 1400 Best Slow Cooker Recipes!

All of the recipes you could ever want in 1 book. I have a copy in a storage building I could send you but I really don't want to go digging for it since the majority is furniture.

u/theicecapsaremelting · 3 pointsr/howto


here are some of the top voted recipes

Keep in mind that reddit works pretty much the same way as pinterest, and a poor recipe that either looks good in pictures or is presented well will receive more votes than a quality recipe with crappy pics and write up.

Or buy this book! Remember cookbooks?

u/EmergencyChocolate · 2 pointsr/SubredditDrama

It's my favorite kitchen appliance, bar none! When you do get one (and after-Christmas sales are right around the corner), and (believe it or not) the food network website have some amazing slow cooker recipes. My go-to cookbooks are

Fix-It and Forget-It Big Cookbook: 1400 Best Slow Cooker Recipes!


Slow Cooker Revolution for when I'm feeling fancier (some of the recipes require more prep and ingredients but are usually worth the effort)

u/edudlive · 2 pointsr/Cooking

I (male college student here) recently got my own crock pot and posted a similar thread, which you can view here and I also got this amazing book for Christmas.

u/Cerena06 · 2 pointsr/recipes

I'm a big fan of Fix-It and Forget-It, but it has no pictures. Most of the recipes are easy enough you wouldn't need them how. I tend to just find recipes online, honestly. Let us know what you end up going with! =)

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

My SO needs a new audiobook

Or this because I just got a crock pot last week and I'm still learning new recipes! :)

Ps. Thanks for this super awesome contest!

u/DioTheory · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

First of all, I'm so sorry for your loss. I had no idea you'd lost someone so tragically. That's got to be hard. But it seems like your family member was a really amazing person, just like you. <3

I'd say my lists are pretty well prioritized. I'm sure I could waste days changing my mind and moving things around, but oh well. Since I have so many different things on there, I'm gonna link a couple different items that would enhance my life it very different ways.

This yoga mat would greatly improve my yoga sessions. Currently, I practice on hardwood floors with no mat, and my knees feel it quite a bit. Some padding would be so nice.

This book would be a major help when it comes to meals. I'm not a gifted cook by any stretch. I mean, I follow a recipe well, but I'm terrible at coming up with things on my own.

This gorgeous ocarina would be such a great addition to my life. Honestly any of them would probably make me happy enough to cry. This one is just so pretty. And it comes with a song book, so I could learn something new as well. ^Don't ^buy ^this ^ocarina ^it's ^way ^too ^expensive...

Thank you so much for such an interesting contest! And because I couldn't think of a clever way to squeeze this in, sort my priorities. Heh.

u/box99 · 1 pointr/Cooking

I suggest you start with the simplest way to cook a complete meal and imo that is a crockpot. Buy a basic version for about $25 and a good crockpot cookbook (links below) for about $15.

Cooking in them amounts to dumping in ingredients, turning it on and walking away. Your one-pot meal or main dish is done in 4-8 hours.