Slow Cooker Desserts (Hardcover)

Oh So Easy, Oh So Delicious!

By Roxanne Wyss, Kathy Moore, Jennifer Davick (Illustrator)

St. Martin's Griffin, 9781250059673, 144pp.

Publication Date: September 1, 2015

List Price: 21.99*
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Description

Think of a slow cooker, and most people think of a simmering soup or stew—the everyday fare of meal time. Now, with more than 50 mouthwatering recipes, color photographs, and endless tips, Slow Cooker Desserts will show you how to make the very best cheesecakes, cakes, puddings, fondues, and more by harnessing the even heat and moist environment of the slow cooker. Say goodbye to constantly checking the oven to make sure your special cake doesn't overbake—the slow cooker does all the work for you at a stress-free pace.

Inside you'll find recipes for all your favorite decadent desserts like German Chocolate Cheesecake, zippy Cappuccino Bread Pudding, sweet and tangy Peach and Mango Cobbler, and even Crispy Peanut Butter Candy—all designed to bake in your slow cooker. Slow Cooker Desserts captures the best of desserts, those special treats that transform meals into extraordinary celebrations, and bakes them to perfection, slowly but sweetly.



About the Author

Roxanne Wyss is a cookbook author, food consultant, cooking teacher and food blogger who shares her test-kitchen expertise through creative recipes and tips that make cooking easier and more fun. With Kathy Moore, she has written many cookbooks including Delicious Poke Cakes and The Newlywed Cookbook, frequently teaches cooking classes, and consults with food and appliance companies.

KATHY MOORE is a cookbook author, food consultant, cooking teacher and food blogger who shares her test-kitchen expertise through creative recipes and tips that make cooking easier and more fun. Together, with Roxanne Wyss, she's written many cookbooks, including Delicious Poke Cakes, and frequently teaches cooking classes, and consults with food and appliance companies. Their professional career in food, spanning almost thirty years, now includes a popular blog, Plugged into Cooking.