Everyday Gluten-Free Slow Cooking: Cookbook Review and Giveaway | Rachel Begun, MS, RD

With the holidays behind us and (for most of the country) cold winter months ahead, it’s time to pull out the slow cooker to make warm, comforting foods.

Thankfully, there’s Everyday Gluten-Free Slow Cooking, by Kimberly Mayone and Kitty Broihier, MS,RD, as this collection of slow-cooked recipes will make it easier to get through the long winter.

Here’s what I love about this cookbook:

  • with the Breakfast and Brunch recipes, spend a few minutes at night putting the ingredients into a slow-cooker and voila…wake-up to a warm meal that is ready to go.  No more excuses for not getting the most important meal of the day in.  This chapter includes hot cereals, granolas, frittatas and other egg dishes, and delicious spreads for gluten free breads
  • the Appetizers and Snacks recipes can be enjoyed by all, so there is no need to make separate gluten free dishes when entertaining a crowd. These recipes will carry you through Sunday afternoons of football and warm nights in front of the fire

Parmesan Chex Mix

  • it wouldn’t be winter without Soups, Stews and Chili, and here there are 17 recipes to choose from
  • many don’t equate vegetarian fare with comfort food, but in the Vegetarian chapter that’s exactly what you’ll find, from black bean and lentil soups to chili, baked beans, risotto and polenta dishes
  • whole chapters are dedicated to Seafood, Poultry, Pork and Beef dishes that incorporate the flavors and traditions of a variety of ethnic cuisines

New England Fish Chowder

  • the Sweets chapter includes a unique selection of recipes, and several are made from healthful ingredients.  Some of the recipes that stand out to me include: vanilla poached pears, cinnamon-walnut stuffed apples, coconut rice pudding, and almond and amaranth pudding
  • the Quick and Easy Sides for Slow Cooking chapter is a great way to get your veggies in without long preparation time

As you know, I love sharing my favorite gluten-free cookbooks with you.  To enter to win a free copy of Everyday Gluten-Free Slow Cooking, all you have to do is submit a response in the comment box below telling me how you plan to use some of the recipes in this cookbook.

Please read the Contest Rules below before providing your response.

(Disclosure: I was not paid to write this review or conduct this giveaway)

Official Rules: NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Participants must be 18 years or older to enter and live within the continental United States. Contest will start on Monday, January 7, 2013 and will end on Monday, January 14, 2013 at 12:00 pm EST. In the comments section below, provide a response showing your interest in this resourceOne (1) winner will be randomly selected using Random.org to receive a copy of Everyday Gluten-Free Slow Cooking (pictured above). Approximate retail value of the prize is $22.95 + shipping and handling. The odds of winning are determined by the number of eligible entries. The winner will be selected by Monday, January 21, 2013 and will be announced in a comment on this blog post. The winner’s name can be obtained by visiting the comments section of this post after the winner has been announced. The winner will be notified by email. In the case that the prize is not claimed within one week of the winner being notified, the prize will be forfeited. Rachel Begun Nutrition Communications, The Gluten Free RD and its associates are held harmless in the event that the prize or sweepstakes in some way negatively impacts the winner or recipient. This contest is being regulated in the state of New York. Void where prohibited by law. By entering the contest, you are agreeing to the Official Rules. Sponsored by http://www.glutenfreeslowcooking.com.

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14 Responses to Everyday Gluten-Free Slow Cooking: Cookbook Review and Giveaway

  1. Cheri Gwinn says:

    I would love to win the book Everyday Gluten-Free Slow Cooking. I purchased a new crock pot for my daughter and received one myself for Christmas. I eat gluten free and we are both determined to eat healthier and cook more at home. She has never used a crock pot and would appreciate the cookbook to cook main dish meals to share with her friends.

  2. Laurie Klein says:

    I would love the Cookbook. I am 51 years old and have been having problems with Abdominal pains and nausea. I have decided to go gluten free to see if this helps with my pain. Also after researching about gluten and wheat, I realize this it the way to go. I have a slow cooker that I really don’t know what to make in it. THis way I can eat gluten free with the slow cooker and eliminate my abdominal pains.

  3. Laurie Klein says:

    I would love the cookbook. I have been reseaching gluten free foods since I have been getting abdominal pains and nausea. I have slow cooker that I’m not sure how to use being gluten free. I am 51 yrs old and this will help me make gluten free meals not only for me but for my family as well.

  4. Penny says:

    I would love to win the cookbook! Pick me! Pick me, please! ;) I have a gluten free girl at home and am always looking for more recipes that all of us can enjoy together, recipes she can enjoy with us.

  5. Karol says:

    I love using the crockpot to make delicious gf meals, but am in a bit of a rut lol. I need some good new gf crockpot recipes. This would be awesome to win. Thanks!

  6. Karol says:

    I love making delicious gf crockpot recipes, but am in a bit of a rut lol. I would love to get some new gf crockpot recipes. This would be awesome to win. Thanks!

  7. Heather says:

    My sister-in-law was recently diagnosed as gluten sensitive and is a full-time nurse, so this would be a perfect gift for her!

  8. Carolsue says:

    I’d use it a lot for breakfast. I love the idea of waking up and having breakfast all ready for me! I make mostly gluten free recipes, so that’s a double bonus!

  9. Melissa says:

    I would love to add this gluten-free cookbook to my collection. As a Celiac sufferer and aspiring dietician wishing to specialize in food allergies and autoimmune diseases, this would be a great book to offer clients.

  10. kathy says:

    I would love to share these recipes with a family meber who has celiac’s disease and to be able to cook some dffernet dishes w/little fuss1

  11. Jeannet says:

    I would use this book to give my slow cooker a lot of loving use and to come home to great gluten free goodness.

  12. Shirley Franklin says:

    I’d use this cookbook to expand my desert gluten-free offerings!

  13. Alexandra Lautenschlaeger says:

    I would love to win this book for my brother-in-law who has to transition to Gluten Free. It has not been easy and this would help him cook.

  14. Rachel Begun says:

    Drum roll please….

    Heather, your are the lucky winner of the Everyday Gluten-Free Slow Cooking Cookbook! Please look out for the email in which you can respond with your mailing address.

    Enjoy it!

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