Fix-It and Forget-It Family Vacation Cookbook: Slow Cooker Meals for Your RV, Boat, Cabin, or Beach House (Paperback)
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150 Slow Cooker Recipes for Dining Away from Home, from the New York Times bestselling Fix-It and Forget-It series
When you're away from home but still want a delicious home-cooked meal, the slow cooker is the way to go! Using one pot (who wants to do dishes on vacation?) and minimal ingredients (we're assuming you're not packing your entire spice shelf), these recipes are super easy and super yummy. Whether you're vacationing on a boat, at the cabin, in your RV, or at the beach house, don't let limited space or time stop you from gathering around the table to share a meal. Bring your slow cooker and this book along for simple, economical dining. Find recipes that are:
- Quick to fix
- Healthy for you and your family
- Delicious and satisfying
Sounds pretty good, right? Wait until you see the recipes. Selected from some of the best home cooks across the country, these are a few of the family-friendly meals you’ll be serving up in no time:
- Southwest Hot Chip Dip
- Turkey Chili
- Beef Barley Soup
- Brocolli Cheese Soup
- Chicken Enchiladas
- Creamy Baked Chicken with Stuffing
- Cozy Cabin Casserole
- Honey Barbecue Pork Chops
- Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirl Dump Cake
- And more!
About the Author
Hope Comerford is the blogger behind A Busy Mom’s Slow Cooker Adventures and is the author of The Gluten-Free Slow Cooker and editor or author of several Fix-It and Forget-It books including Fix-It and Forget-It Lazy and Slow Cookbook, Fix-It and Forget-It Cooking for Two, and Welcome Home Cookbook. She is passionate about slow-cooking and writing easy, delicious recipes. She lives in Clinton Township, Michigan.
"The slow cooker’s ease of use—the very definition of 'fix-it and forget-it'—makes it a terrific choice for preparing dishes while traveling, as Comerford’s followers show time and again with dishes that often call for fewer than five ingredients, among them honey chicken thighs, chili-lime corn on the cob, sloppy joes, pulled pork, and a chocolate peanut butter swirl dump cake." —Publishers Weekly