*This is an eBook, suitable for iPad and other eReaders.
We also have the Slow Cooker Cookbook available as a print book.
With more than 85 sugar-free slow cooker recipes, this is your go-to cookbook for when those winter chills hit. Learn how to enjoy cooking again in an electric slow cooker with hearty classics like Hungarian Goulash, Lamb Shanks 3 Ways and Thai Pumpkin Soup. Better yet, show off to friends and family with crowd pleasers like Barbecued Pulled Pork, Char Sui Pork Ribs and Spiced Lamb Shoulder. Slow cooking sums up the IQS philosophy completely.
With easy recipes for both foodie novices and slow-cooker aficionados, this book also provides tips and tricks on how to rework your leftovers into new and delicious meals, information on the cheapest and most sustainable cuts of meat for slow cooking, as well as handy conversion and allergy substitution charts.
"I quit sugar... and fell in love with my slow cooker. Seriously, slow cooking is my answer to eating well. I'm all about dense nutrition. A slow-cooker extracts the best of my food without destroying the enzymes. It also extracts maximum flavour - particularly good when trying to convert friends or family to a more nutrient-dense way of eating."
"The Lemon and Cinnamon Lamb Shank recipe is a delicious, nutrient-dense pot of yumminess and flavour." - Lee Holmes
"Oh, my gosh! Sarah's mum's Hungarian Goulash - one word - AMAZING!!" - Emma
"Made the Roo Rogan Josh tonight and it was awesome! Tick of approval from hubby and kids so thank you!" - Annette
Posted by Lauren on 13th Jun 2015
I bought a total of five ebooks last week after missing out on the 8 week program that started the other week. Being a busy Mum I ran out of time to download a few of the PDF's or any of the mob formats but I was pleased to download all five ebooks within ibooks on my iPad. My first experience with purchasing ebooks...
All in all, I'm really enjoying my IQS experience and 'getting my ducks in a row' as I slowly but severely tweak my cooking and shopping behaviour. After almost a week I finally cracked open my new Vitamix today...and the first thing I blended up - cashew nut butter! OMG! Now it's time to begin pulled pork prep tonight and I look forward to the smell of the slow cooker 'warmth' throughout my home tomorrow...and my family tasting our first IQS Pulled Pork recipe.
A little bit of 'post purchase dissonance' this week when I heard that you've brought out a print version of the Slow Cooking cookbook with a bonus chapter less than a week after I'd invested in the ebook version. I didn't know it was in the pipeline... Cést la vie.
Posted by Liz on 27th May 2015
I bought this book in a bundle of 3 and thought it may be the one I used the least but the slow cooker has had quite a workout and hasn't been off the bench all week. I have managed to use it day and night to get ahead, cooking meals while I'm asleep, then stashing them away and cooking up something else while I'm at work. Although I've always been a stock maker, for some reason I never thought of cooking it up while I'm asleep. I've never made a cake or slice in a crock pot either but both the muesli slice and brownie have been a hit. I'm a fan.
Posted by Unknown on 24th May 2015
have fallen in love with my slow cooker again using these recipes, tasty wholesome & healthy!
Posted by Melita on 21st May 2015
I just bought this eBook online and cannot believe how many delicious recipes there are - usually I would in reality cook only 30% or so of dishes in a book, but I can safely say that I have already earmarked 85% that I intend to cook! The Curry that Made Sarah Cry was the first to be attempted. It was indeed worthy of tears.
I love that all the IQS books (and I now have and use most of them) are based on recipes that use simple, no-fuss ingredients that don't require me buying 20 specialised products from a health store that I'm never going to use again. And so many vegetables - Sarah is clearly a girl after my own heart in the philosophy of 'crowding' out the crap and amping up the vitamins and minerals!
A great buy heading into Winter - would recommend to anybody who owns (or is thinking of purchasing) a slow cooker as a great, general cookbook, without the perils of added sugar.
Posted by Unknown on 21st May 2015
Some amazing recipes I can do then go to work and dinner is all done when we get home xx
Posted by Anne on 20th May 2015
The Easy Beef Curry is a quick easy dinner for any night of the week. I cooked it in the pressure cooker so it didn't take as long. Everyone loved it. I served it with basmati rice and added more veggies and some chick peas to make go further for the next night. Will make this a regular on our menu for sure.
Posted by Ali on 21st Apr 2015
My favourite recipe of the whole book is Sarah's Lemony Picnic Chicken!! Yum-o! I have made it a few times it is a winner and are so surprised when I tell them it was made in a slow cooker. I can't wait to sink my teeth in some more recipes
Posted by Carmel Murray on 10th Mar 2015
This is a practical guide to nutritious, slow-cooked meals. There is variety in the menus, and the directions are easy to follow.
Posted by Sally Stewart on 9th Mar 2015
I am very pleased with the book but would have liked to see more vegetarian recipes. I am doing the IQS Vegetarian 8 week programme and absolutely love the vegetarian recipes. It would have been great to see more in the Slow Cooker book. I also would have much preferred a hard copy rather than an ebook.
Posted by Leslie on 27th Feb 2015
I was a bit unsure about this book, thinking maybe it would be full of weird 'trendy' kooky recipes I wouldn't actually want to eat. But to my surprise and relief there is a great mix of the familiar and unfamiliar - of which most look totally appetising. I can't wait to give them all a good go when I'm done with the 8WP. Slow cooking is the way forward!!