Everything Gluten-Free Slow Cooker Cookbook Giveaway

I’m hoping by now you’ve gotten word of the new Everything Gluten Free Slow Cooker cookbook by Carrie Forbes (AKA Ginger Lemon Girl). You know you want one…

First, I must say, Carrie is fantastic. I’ve made so many of her recipes over the years, and her chocolate chip cookies are an absolute favorite and necessity at our parties. I’ve also made her cornbread, which E loved, and used her Master Mix.

So I had no doubt that Carrie’s book would be marvelous as well. And of course it is.

It has everything from baked goods, to 5 ingredient wonders to drinks! Did you know that you can make baked goods in a crock pot?  And GLUTEN FREE baked goods?  Yep, really. I didn’t know either. I’m also super honored that Carrie crockpot-ified a millet recipe that I’ve been making for ages…check it out!

I decided to make the applesauce, or, really, life decided for me. I adore applesauce, and I’ve made applesauce on the stovetop for years. It’s one of my favorite things this time of year. Mr. Dude and I were at the Farmers’ market and I spied Empress apples. Now, I figure that since my cat, Genghis, is the Emperor, I must be an Imperial mama, if not an empress. So I asked, and she said they weren’t really eating apples, but that they made the best applesauce ever. I’m an apple connoisseur and so I was intrigued.

She did not lie.

Problem was, we gobbled it down so quickly there was no photographic evidence! So I was clearly compelled to make another batch of applesauce. It is so much easier in the crockpot.

And, Carrie’s Moroccan chicken is on the menu for next week. I can’t wait!

So, I am giving away 2 copies of this book. One is signed by the lovely Ms. Forbes herself. One isn’t. (sorry! If you want I can scribble in Carrie’s name, and we can pretend, but it’s just not the same, ya know?  ;-) ) These books are a gift from me, not the publisher.

Each of the below is one entry:

  1. Leave a comment of why Carrie is simply awesome. Feel free to do this even if you don’t want to enter.
  2. Follow Carrie on Facebook and leave me a comment letting me know.
  3. Follow Carrie on Twitter https://twitter.com/GingerLemonGirl and leave me a comment letting me know
  4. Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/CherylharrisRD and leave me a comment letting me know

This contest will close Sunday, Oct 21st at 8pm EST. Contest is open to the US 48. Sorry Canadian peeps.

And go BUY the cookbook! At less than $10, this is a heck of a bargain.

About Cheryl Harris

Life played a funny trick on me. I've studied nutrition for years, and much to my surprise, found out that I could manage many of my health issues via diet. I've been GF for years, and I've got a bunch of allergies and sensitivities. But it definitely doesn't keep me from cooking, baking and enjoying my food. Thanks for stopping by.
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34 Responses to Everything Gluten-Free Slow Cooker Cookbook Giveaway

  1. Holly Hill says:

    I think Carrie is one of the kindest people! She just seems like the kind of person who would welcome you with open arms! :) Although we have not met in person, I would love to have her cookbook and feel a little more connected! :)

  2. Holly Hill says:

    I like Ginger Lemon Girl on Facebook. :)

  3. Vanessa parks says:

    Following you on fb!

  4. Vanessa parks says:

    Carrie is awesome to cook GF!!!

  5. Tracy says:

    Carrie has wonderful recipes and I would love to own her crockpot cookbook. Fall is here and this is when I really use the crockpot!

  6. Tracy says:

    I follow Ginger Lemon Girl on FB!

  7. Kim L says:

    Carrie is awesome for putting this book together so I had some resources to get some great GF recipes….thank you thank you!

  8. Kim L says:

    I follow Carrie on facebook

  9. Kim L says:

    I follow Carrie on twitter as kledford65

  10. Kim L says:

    I follow /CherylharrisRD on twitter as kledford65

  11. Janis S says:

    Carrie is great because she shares great recipes with the world!

  12. Donna says:

    I follow Carrie on facebook. Her book sounds amazing!

  13. TreeHgnMmma says:

    I have been looking for some decent GF Crockpot recipes, so Carrie ROCKS!

  14. TreeHgnMmma says:

    I just followed her on Facebook. So excited to find people who do Gluten Free well!

  15. Deborah says:

    Carrie is wonderful for creating and sharing her recipes.

  16. Lori Novara says:

    Following Carrie has really changed my life, I had to totally change my diet to gluten free due to illness and when I found her on fb I started following her and her post for recipes and her support has been totally life changing. I would love to own her new book. I believe that it would a great addition to my new life style change. Thank you so much for Carrie for all you do. I also want would like to thank you Cheryl for the wonderful opportunity to win show support Carrie and a chance to win her new book. Your both awesome.

  17. Carrie is one of the kindest most generous bloggers. I am so excited for her and this awesome book! Woo-hoo! You know I love a good crock pot recipe. Based on her blog recipes, this has got to be filled with deliciousness. :)

    My family and I love her real Russian tea made with real oranges. Yum! And the oatmeal millet bread is delicious.

  18. Melissa C. says:

    I have made several of Carrie’s recipes as I am subscribed to her blog, so I would love to win her crockpot recipe book. Love to use my crockpot this time of year!

  19. Chris villa says:

    Anyone with good GF recipes is awesome! Glad to see Carrie has a great following.

  20. Mary R says:

    Any combination of GF recipes and crockpots has got to be awesome! Still learning what is GF and what isn’t (usually the food/drink I adore).

  21. Nicole says:

    I’ve followed Carrie’s blog for a long while. She has amazing recipes!

  22. Nicole says:

    I follow Carrie on Twitter as @Nicoles_SDC

  23. Nicole says:

    I follow you on Twitter as @Nicoles_SDC

  24. Sheila K. says:

    Carrie is awesome for putting together these recipes for those of use who need to eat gluten-free—THANKS!

  25. Sheila K. says:

    I follow Carrie on Facebook (Sheila Korman)!

  26. Sheila K. says:

    I follow Carrie on Twitter (@skkorman)!

  27. Sheila K. says:

    I follow you on Twitter (@skkorman)!

  28. Holly Hill says:

    I follow Ginger Lemon Girl on Twitter as @hollyjhill

  29. Holly Hill says:

    And, I am following you as @hollyjhill as well on Twitter. :)

  30. Claire says:

    She’s awesome cause she gave us all these great-looking recipes. :D

  31. Kelly in DC says:

    Since I’m only in my second week of living gluten free, I actually hadn’t heard of the lovely Carrie before this contest. I’m so excited to read to book and follow her to get to know this amazing lady better! Thanks for writing a book of recipes I can try while putting the new slow cooker my husband and I just received for our wedding to good use!

  32. Kelly in DC says:

    I’m following gingerlemongirl on twitter!

  33. Kelly in DC says:

    I’m following Cheryl on twitter– thanks for making my new #glutenfree life easier!

  34. Jenny Weiand says:

    Wow, this cookbook is amazing. I can say that I have owned at least two crock pots my entire adult life…and until I bought this book a couple of months ago, I’d only ever used a crock pot for chili or cheese dips. I didn’t have a clue about all of the amazing things you can use one for. I now use a crock pot for one of Carrie’s recipes every single weekend. Most recently I made the rotisserie style chicken and gravy. AMAZING. I honestly had no idea you could cook a whole chicken in a crock pot like that. Her recipe for butternut squash with walnuts, brown sugar, butter, and a few other ingredients even got my mom to eat it, and she has despised butternut squash forever. I thought it was amazing and plan to make it again and again. I can’t wait to try even more of her recipes. Thanks so much Carrie for publishing this book!

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