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Fix-It and Forget-It Cooking for Two Cookbook


Fix-It and Forget-It Cooking for Two Cookbook


Since I’m recently moved out of my parents house, it gets hard for me to make my own meals most of the time since either me or my boyfriend or at work. With the Fix-It and Forget-It Cooking for Two cookbook, I can put slow cooker meals in the crock pot and it will be done by the time I get home from work. This cookbook has been my saving grace because the recipes are so easy even my boyfriend can throw it in while I’m at work and he won’t even have to worry about having to stir it or anything, the crock pot does it all on its own.

I have tried quite a few recipes from this cook book but we have a few favorites already; Poor Man’s Steak (recipe below), Chicken Meal-in-a-Crock, and Easy Parmesan Chicken. We are looking forward to trying all of the recipes in this book. I did learn a lot of cooking from my mom but to be able to have this cook book will make things a lot easier in my busy early adult life. I know I’m going to be using this cook book a lot more and it’s very easy to just multiply the recipe for a bigger family or even just for a date night. I highly recommend this cook book to anyone with a crock pot looking for good and easy slow cooker meals.

‘Poor Man’s Steak’


  • 1 lb Ground Beef

  • 1/2 cup Saltines

  • 1/2 cup Milk

  • 1 onion

  • Salt and Pepper

  • 1/4 cup Flour

  • Can Cream of Mushroom Soup

  • 1 cup Milk


  • Mix beef, saltines, 1/2 cup milk, onion, salt and pepper.

  • Form mixture into patties.

  • Brown the patties.

  • Place patties into crock pot.

  • Cover patties with soup and 1 cup milk.

  • Cover and cook for 3-4 hours on high or 6-8 hours on low.

About taken from website: Hope Comerford is a mom, wife, elementary music teacher, blogger, recipe developer, public speaker, ALM Zone fit leader, Young Living Essential Oils essential oil enthusiast/educator, and published author. Growing up, Hope spent many hours in the kitchen with her Meme (grandmother) and her love for cooking grew from there. While working on her master’s degree when her daughter was young, Hope turned to her slow cookers for some salvation and sanity. It was from there she began truly experimenting with recipes and quickly learned she had the ability to get a little more creative in the kitchen and develop her own recipes.

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