The classic slow cooker cookbook for diabetics with nearly , copies sold now available in a larger format Millions of home cooks have fallen in love with the Fix It and Forget It cookbooks since the first title was released than a dozen years ago Now, these same beloved cookbooks are available in a larger format, making the recipes easier than ever to follow With diabetes threatening so many of us, a cookbook with reliable recipes is a must have slow cooker resource Fix It and Forget It cookbook maven, Phyllis Good, has teamed with the American Diabetes Association to provide complete Exchange Values and Basic Nutritional Values for each recipe You can use these tasty and trusted recipes to plan your meals safelyIn addition to the Cookbooks scrumptious recipes from home cooks, the ADA has brought these new and helpful features to the book A Week of Menus, using recipes from the Cookbook These show how to use a daily meal plan and stay within your calorie limitClear Tips for planning meals and menus for those with diabetesVisual Clues for learning Portion Control Plus information about how many servings of the various food groups to eat each dayAnswers to Frequently Asked Questions that are easy to understand, absorband live by Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Good Books and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of cookbooks, including books on juicing, grilling, baking, frying, home brewing and winemaking, slow cookers, and cast iron cooking Weve been successful with books on gluten free cooking, vegetarian and vegan cooking, paleo, raw foods, and Our list includes French cooking, Swedish cooking, Austrian and German cooking, Cajun cooking, as well as books on jerky, canning and preserving, peanut butter, meatballs, oil and vinegar, bone broth, and While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home

15 thoughts on “Fix-It and Forget-It Slow Cooker Diabetic Cookbook: 550 Slow Cooker Favorites-to Include Everyone!

  1. Karen Wattie Karen Wattie says:

    This is entirely too repetitive It s like when a group decides to do a fundraiser by publishing a book of recipes collected from it s members but nobody has bothered to sort out the best ones and just printed all of them, even if they just have some tiny difference If I could have picked this up and flipped through it, I would have put it back down.

  2. Tricia Tricia says:

    Good options for better eating here lots of recipes without strange ingredients, comfort food recipes, and lighter choices as well Love this cookbook

  3. Janet Cousineau - London, ON Janet Cousineau - London, ON says:

    I have a hard copy of it but now I have it both ways

  4. M PlT M PlT says:

    Excellent Fast service.

  5. Aryon Elmers Aryon Elmers says:

    Great price and expedient delivery

  6. Gary Gary says:

    Prefer to cook from scratch, not just open packages and dump in a pot.

  7. karen42 karen42 says:

    Dish after dish with the same things in them No pictures in a recipe book doesn t help.Waste of money

  8. Customer Customer says:

    Not too impressed Most of the recipes are diabetic friendly, but a lot of them have a WAY higher carbohydrate content than what I m looking for Carbs shoot my blood sugar levels way too high

  9. Liz Mason Liz Mason says:

    I bought this to fix dinners for my mom after she was released from rehab The recipes so far have been pretty tasteless but ok The main problem with this cookbook is the layout There is no Table of Contents listing individual recipes and no Index It is very difficult to use because of this.

  10. Rachel N. Rachel N. says:

    Very helpful cookbook for a newly diagnosed type 2 diabetic I was having a hard time imagining what I could cook in my crockpot now This gave me some great ideas There are some basic tips in the book as well I spent a lot of time going thru the book and marking the ones I wanted to try with post it notes I am glad I picked this book

  11. Customer Customer says:

    This author knows what she is talking about Very credible So many recipes explained in plain English, nutritional values plainly delineated.Now, if she would only put this same information out for the electric pressure cooker crowd If there was an excuse, I d buy another copy because it is so good.Robert E Clark, Santa Monica, CA 10 20 2017

  12. Max Headspace Max Headspace says:

    I bought this book intending to make some of the recipes myself, but my wife grabbed the book first and started cooking Tried five or six recipes so far and every one was absolutely delicious Very happy.

  13. DC DC says:

    Bought as a gift for my mom to cook for my newly diagnosed diabetic step dad She said it is an awesome and non complicated recipe book She loved it My step dad, however, said It looks like it is full of healthy stuffno fun at all He doesn t get it yet, but he will

  14. Kindle Customer Kindle Customer says:

    This cookbook appears to follow the strict guidelines of the ADA, the way they were written long agowith an excessive amount of carbs for any diabetic AND Learning Portion Control Seriously If I could eat using portion control, I probably wouldn t be a diabetic I find this amazingly IRRESPONSIBLE of the author and publisherpretty much one in the same.This is not a novel it is a cookbook that people with a severe illness are looking to for help If I ate from this cookbook, I would never have my glucose numbers under control, and eventually it would kill me This book belongs in the trash It just irritates me that I didn t keep the box it came in to return easily My opinion.

  15. Average joe Average joe says:

    I love this cookbook Simple recipies and lots of different options I read the reviews before purchasing it and realized people were mostly complaining because it doesn t have pictures I didn t want a picture book, I wanted a recipe book so I am fine with this.People also complained that some recipes are similar to others, but I found the variations to make a big difference, even if they only seem like slight differences.Some people complained that the majority of the recipies are savory or desert recipes, but I m not sure what else they would expect in a book for slow cooker recipes you re supposed to be able to throw it on in the morning and let it go all day so you can focus on other things Granted you can make breakfast in them, it s not most people are using it for.One draw back is that it s not very well organized, but that s due to my personal preferences.