The Everything Healthy Slow Cooker Cookbook

The Everything Healthy Slow Cooker Cookbook

by Rachel Rappaport, B.E. Horton


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Slow-cooker meals may save you time and energy, but they can also help you pack on the pounds. Thanks to this clever collection of deliciously good-for-you recipes, you can please your palate without sacrificing nutrition—or your waistline! This cookbook serves up hundreds of mouth-watering recipes, including:
  • Sun-dried tomato and pesto dip
  • Greek-style orzo and spinach soup
  • Red wine pot roast
  • Ginger caramelized chicken
  • Curried lentils
  • Italian meatloaf
  • Chocolate créme brûlée
  • Stewed cinnamon apples
Popular food blogger and cooking instructor Rachel Rappaport provides full nutritional analyses so you can choose recipes based on calories, fat content, fiber, and more. When you save time and produce healthy meals, you'll find you can have your pot roast—and eat it too!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781440502316
Publisher: Adams Media
Publication date: 08/18/2010
Series: Everything® Cookbook Series
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 521,605
Product dimensions: 7.80(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Rachel Rappaport is a recipe creator, cooking teacher, and blogger. Her blog, Coconut & Lime (, was named one of the top fifty food blogs in the world by MSN’s Receiving an average of 100,000 visitors per month, Coconut & Lime is the only blog that features exclusively original recipes. Rappaport writes a column for Taste of the Bay magazine about using local seasonal ingredients, and her recipes (as well as her thoughts on food) have been featured in such diverse outlets as, the Baltimore Sun, the LA Times,, and the New York Sun.

B. E. Horton, MS, RD is a registered dietician with several years of kitchen and foodservice work experience. A graduate of the University of Vermont, she obtained her registered dietician certificate before pursuing a master's degree in nutrition communication at Tufts University's Friedman School of Nutrition and Science Policy.

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