How to Make Certified Low Carb Slow Cooker Recipes You’ll LOVE!

 






I absolutely love my Hamilton Beach Stay or Go 6-Qt slow cooker!  It cooks like a dream and it’s lid clamps on tight to keep the heat (and steam) in to keep my kitchen cool in warm-weather months and for taking dishes to family and friend’s homes for picnics and parties!  

Mine has a heat probe that I can hook up but I have to admit I usually fly by the seat of my pants and skip it. The crock is super heavy duty and cleans up easily. There’s nothing not to like about it!

I got mine at Kohl’s since they always run sales and will allow you to stack coupons. So be sure to Google search for promo codes before you place your order! As a credit card holder I never even pay for shipping so I order it right online! If you aren’t lucky enough to be near a Kohl’s and they don’t ship to your country be sure to check Amazon.  No matter where you order yours from I know you’ll love it!  

Just like I know you are going to love these low-carb slow cooker recipes! Every one comes from a great online cook!  Please be sure to take the time to stroll around their sites while there because you will find other amazing recipes, crockpot or not, that are every bit as good! If you happen to leave a comment please be sure to tell them that Marge of Skinny on Low Carb sent you!

In the meantime if you’d like to leave a comment here I would love to hear from you! Which recipes are your favorites? Do you have one we need to see?  I would love to check it out so leave a link in your comment below!

Ciao for now!
Ciao! ~Marge Burkell






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