I love a good, simple crockpot recipe. By good, I mean one that does not contain ninety percent “unreal” foods like canned soups and mixes with MSG. My friend Stacy, from Stacy Makes Cents has just published a new e-book called Crock On. It is a semi-whole foods crock pot cookbook. I reviewed the Spicy Creamed Beef recipe in it, and it was DEE-LISH. The cookbook’s recipe for Cheesy-Sausage Potatoes is available for free by clicking here. It will give you an idea of the comforting, yummy that I’m talking about.
Crock On is only $5, but it is $2.50 for the first 25 buyers.
Click here to buy Crock On.
You know you want it. If only for the name, which is a clear invitation to awesome punning. Crock On, folks.
Oh wait, I have an even better one. Crock on, Crockstars!
PS: Typically, I am not a HUGE fan of excessive reading online, nor do I often recommend e-books. I don’t have a Kindle, Nook, iPad, or other tablet, so the idea of purchasing e-books gives me pause. However, since I end up searching online for and printing out 90% of the recipes that we eat rather than using my print cookbooks, I realized this particular e-cookbook would be awesome to have right there in my PDFs folder.
PPS: This post contains affiliate links. I know that I previously pretended this blog and I were too holy to do affiliate type things, but then my kids said they wanted to go to
Disney and college someday. So there you have it.