Get all the health benefits of low-carb cooking and all the convenience of the slow cooker with these deliciously simple recipes
Low-carb cooking has never been this easy, or tasted this delicious! The Everyday Low Carb Slow Cooker Cookbook shares how to make nutritious low-carb meals that the whole family will enjoy, with very little effort or attention. Nutritionist Kitty Broihier and chef Kimberly Mayone offer over 120 delectable low-carb recipes that cover everything from breakfast to dessert, family meals to potlucks, comfort food favorites to international cuisine. You'll also find:
Easy-prep entrees using five ingredients or less
Instructions to convert your favorite low-carb recipes for the slow cooker
Delicious side dishes to round out slow-cooked meals
Cooking tips, serving suggestions, and tasty substitutions
Whether you have diabetes, are trying to lose weight, or are just looking to eat healthier, The Everyday Low-Carb Slow Cooker Cookbook is guaranteed to put the fun back into cooking and make life a whole lot easier.
About the Author
Kitty Broihier, MS, RD, is a nutritionist and food consultant and the president of NutriComm, a food and nutrition communications consulting company. She is the author or coauthor of four books, including Everyday Low-Carb Desserts, The Big Book of Low-Carb, and The Everything Vitamins, Minerals, and Nutritional Supplements Book.
Kimberly Mayone is a chef and recipe developer and the owner of WOW Delicious. She is a regular contributor to Fresh Magazine and has written for Health. She is also the author of the coauthor of The Big Book of Low-Carb.
True to its title, offering recipes that can be effortlessly made day after day and are consistent with a low-carb lifestyle. Although there is no doubt this is a cookbook, the surprising amount of useful information it provides for readers who have limited knowledge about how to use a slow cooker and low-carb eating enhances its appeal. This cookbook provides simple and creative ways to prepare a wide variety of food and should be a welcome addition to the cookbook collection of any novice or even more experienced chef.