Gooseberry Patch Slow Cooking All Year Long Giveaway

I am not sure how people function without a crock pot. Let’s be honest, I am not sure how people function with just one crock pot. I have several. Cabinets full of small ones and large ones and medium ones and oval ones and round ones and digital timer ones. I have a broken one too. Imagine my horror when my friend, Jent, informed me she doesn’t own a crock pot. So, I guess she won’t be needing this Slow Cooking All Year ‘Round Cookbook. But I know you all do!!

Slow Cooking All Year RoundThis cookbook has a variety of slow cooking recipes that are ready in an hour or in 10 hours. It is broken down into four main chapters that follow the seasons to help all of us utilize what we have in season. Each chapter includes breakfasts, appetizers, main dishes , sides and even desserts. And luckily it also has an index to help this girl find the right recipe by type of food.

So far I have made a spicy shredded beef for tostadas that of course got my attention when I saw a can of chipotles peppers in adobo sauce in the ingredients.

Slow cooked spicy beefIn the matter of one meal, we were able to form several different creations with the spicy beef. We even topped it on our Mexican mashed potatoes.

Spicy Shredded Beef Mexican CreationsBut the favorite so far might be the last-resort chicken legs. The kids loved the chicken legs. Loved them. And of course with butter, hot sauce and barbecue sauce in the recipe, it was just spicy enough for all of us.

Slow Cooker Chicken LegsI don’t know why, but I feel like I have to eat macaroni and cheese with chicken legs, even if they aren’t fried. And the creamy macaroni and cheese recipe is the perfect recipe for a family on the go all the time. It only takes an hour to make. Perfect to through in the crock pot before you take the kids to practice and is ready when you get home. Be still my heart…

Slow Cooked Macaroni and CheeseExcited about this book yet? Well if you aren’t, check out the easy taco soup my friend, Cris made. Or better yet, the very first recipe in the book is Christmas Egg Brunch from Amy over at a latte with Ott, A.

So, what are you waiting for now? Register to win the Slow Cooking All Year ‘Round Cookbook already!
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Gooseberry Patch sent me two copies of this cookbook to cook out of one and share one with my readers. Affiliate links were also used.

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  1. Jenny Vandeburg says

    I am trying to test a new crock recipe every week to build up a repretoire of menu options, because frankly, I am sick, sick, sick, of derving the same 5 meals. At least that’s what it feels like! This would be a perfect way to help with this project!

  2. Wenndy says

    I also have about 5 crock pots of different sizes and I’m always looking for new ideas. Mac & Cheese looks really yummy!

  3. Debbie Caraballo says

    I also love my crockpots! I have 3 and continually find more I want. Also LOVE the GBP cookbooks, and it would be so awesome to win this one.

  4. Jessica W says

    I love throwing frozenchicken in the crockpot in the morning to use that evening to make chicken casseroles, pot pie, tacos, or chicken and dumplings. The crockpot does most of the work!

  5. Pattie says

    I have several crock pot of various sizes that I use. I make beef stew, breakfast oatmeal , corn on the cob and desserts.

  6. Cristi says

    I love to make spaghetti sacue in the crock pot…but I really like to make anything that will work. Life is SO much easier using it.

  7. says

    Right now it is brown sugar carrots-so easy and I don’t know why I haven’t done it before. Cut up carrots, throw a little brown sugar on top, a little water, and cook until soft-so yummy.

  8. Lisa says

    I love these cookbooks! Have several in print and several on my Kindle Fire! Slow cooking is the best way to get dinner ready and get lots more done every day!!

  9. Katherine Oliveira says

    I am in the market for a crock pot! Hopefully this cookbook will give me a favorite recipe when I get a crock pot! :)

  10. Marla says

    My favorite thing to make in the crock pot? Oh my! That is a hard question to answer! Spicy Chicken wings. Shredded BBQ Chicken for sandwiches. Shredded chicken for tacos. Chicken and Dumplings. The list goes on and on!

  11. Ilene Cento says

    I love making baby back ribs in my slow cooker. My family loves it and is always asking when I will make it again!

  12. Deb says

    Use my slow cooker LOTS! The last thing I made, just this week, was a big ole pot of Chix Tortilla Soup…we ate on it for 3 cold days! YUM!

  13. Annette Ceravolo says

    My daughter and I have been using my slow cooker more often lately. This cookbook would be a wonderful addition to my slow cooker cookbook collection. I LOVE GOOSEBERRY PATCH!!!

  14. Michelle says

    That mac & cheese looks delicious! I need more inspiration on using my Crockpot & would love to win a copy of your book. I only use it for the standard stuff now: chili, roast, bbq, but not much more. My family’s favorite is when I make bbq :)

  15. millie juenger says

    Need to use my slow cooker more. My onions are sitting in the upside down lid on top of it in the pantry now. lol

  16. Megan says

    I have been looking for recipes that use the slow cooker I recieved as a wedding present. Right now my favorite thing to make in it is overnight oatmeal.

  17. Tari Millis says

    My favorite thing to cook in a crockpot would have to be chili. So tasty! Also, I love Gooseberry Patch cookbooks and would love to win this one!

  18. Amy Radlein says

    My favorite is pot roast with onion soup mix and cream of mushroom soup or a can of beef gravy. The absolute best roast!

  19. says

    Now that I am a retired homeschool mom and new grandma who works full time + most weeks, I have bought my third crock pot. To think I felt a little over the top about having three! I guess I have a ways to go to pass you up! ;-)

    I can use as many ideas as possible, particularly things I can make ahead on Saturday or before for Sunday dinner when some family and friends are usually here for dinner. The leftovers make packing lunches for dh and me pretty easy; then I need more inspiration midweek!

  20. says

    With our crazy schedules the crockpot is the way to go. This way I can ensure everyone has a hot meal when they come home whether they come through the door at 5pm or 7pm. I have loved everything that Gooseberry Patch has put out and I’m excited to enter to win this one!

  21. Susan VanDeWalker says

    My sons wrestle, and we have a team table at the big meets for the boys and families. We share duties and one or 2 crockpot items are always there. I love Gooseberry Patch and think this would be a great cookbook to get some new ideas!!

  22. Monica says

    My favorite thing to make in a crock-pot is pepper roast. My family loves it and my son, who lives away, has learned to make it, too.

  23. Rhonda Arwood says

    I have 2 crockpots and just ordered a third! I love them and they sure make life a lot easier! I would love to win the Gooseberry Patch Slow Cooking All Year Round Cookbook!

  24. Katy Miles says

    School Night tator tot casserole sounds yummy.

    I’m starting back to work full time starting Feb 4th after being a stay at home Mom for 8 years, and I will need all the help I can get! This book would be perfect for me since I won’t have time to cook anymore.

  25. Jennifer Hawkins says

    I would be glad to get some more good crockpot recipes. They are so helpful since you don’t have to hover over them.

  26. Merrilyn R says

    A pot roast rubbed with garlic powder and then wrapped in aluminum foil is always a crockpot winner in our family

  27. Lillian Lane says

    I love to put something in the slow cooker and have dinner ready when we are ready for it. I’d love to add to my collectio of slow cooker recipes.

  28. Sharon Young says

    BBQ pulled pork turns out great in the slow cooker–would love to have a great slow cooker cookbook to try some new recipes!

  29. says

    Working 3 part time jobs leaves little time for home cooking. I rely on quick recipes and mostly slow cooker recipes. This would be a blessing!

  30. Susan says

    I’ve never cooked in a crockpot, but I sure do want to start – right after I win this book I so desperately need.

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