Join The 30 Day Crock Pot Challenge
At Free Stuff 4 Daily Needs we are always looking for ways to help EMPOWER you towards a HOPE and a FUTURE. One of those ways is to encourage you to join the 30 Day Crock Pot Challenge.
You’ve probably seen other challenges and maybe you’ve wondered, why should I do this?
Rethinking your life in more than one area is always a good idea. Because if you are not completely happy with the way things are now, you need to find ways to move in a different direction.
As for meal preparation, perhaps you always find yourself:
- financially struggling
- lacking inspiration
- in need of new recipes
- no time to cook
- working long hours
- tripping over young children in the kitchen
- and the list goes on.
Using a Crock Pot might be just the kitchen tool you need to be using more often to reduce the stress in your life, home, and finances.
Since The 1970’s
The electric Crock Pot or Slow Cooker has been around since the 1970’s. They were available in many varieties, sizes, and features even then. Kitchens worldwide started discovering this new way of cooking. A way of cooking that freed them up from having to slave for hours in a kitchen.
This new method of cooking allowed women to be able to make delicious, nutritious, and economical meals. Using even the toughest cuts of economy meats, by simmering for hours in these new crock pots, families could eat, feeling like royalty. The meals that could be served were wide ranging from:
- to yes, even desserts.
Crock Pots and Slow Cookers gained in popularity as it was realized, evidenced by actual utility bills, that this new method of cooking saved money. You can cook all day in a Crock Pot for mere pennies a day in comparison to even using your traditional oven for a few hours. A Crock Pot is cheaper to use than even the top burners on your stove.
Today, Even More Reasons To Use
It seems like today we have even less time to be concerning ourselves over the job of meal making. In these hard economic times, mom and dad both need to have full time jobs. Many times additional part time jobs as well. So when do you make meals?
Going out and buying fast food or processed microwave foods is both not healthy or cost efficient.
Suddenly, the stress of your food budget is having you trying to figure out where the money is going to come from to pay the rent, hydro and eat too.
You don’t need to despair. That is why we are encouraging you to join the 30 Day Crock Pot Challenge. We are going to demonstrate how versatile a Crock Pot is.
What Do You Need?
To get you started and for you to determine if Crock Pot cooking is for you and your family, we have set out some simple guidelines.
- I don’t want you rushing out and buying the most expensive Crock Pot on the market with all the bells and whistles. That might be what you need and it might not be. Only you will be able to determine exactly what features you truly need after doing this 30 Day Crock Pot Challenge.
Instead, I want you to start off more economical.
- If you don’t already personally own a Crock Pot, perhaps you can borrow one from your mother, aunt, or grandmother for the purposes of this challenge. Chances are, you know somebody who has one stashed in a cupboard.
After checking it out for safety issues such as not having a cracked liner, worn or cracked electrical cord, give it a wash and get ready.
- Alternatively, you might be able to pick up a Crock Pot or Slow Cooker for under $10 at a local thrift store too.
So, at this point, do not spend a lot of money on the actual Crock Pot itself. Some of you will fall in love with this kind of cooking like myself. However, I realize that others, might find it isn’t for you. And that is okay too.
So, don’t overly invest your hard earned money into a fancy Crock Pot at this time. This way you won’t have lost anything by giving this a try.
Remember, we want to EMPOWER you towards a HOPE and a FUTURE.
But if you are wanting to go out and purchase a new Crock Pot right away, stop for a minute. Check out this ebook that I’ve written to help you figure out what you actually need in a Crock Pot for you and your family. You might find that the $35 version is just perfect, so don’t be swayed by the high ticket ones.
You Will Learn
Some of the things you will learn to make is a wide variety of meals. From roast beef to dessert to overnight oatmeal. Thirty (30) different recipes in fact.
Recipes such as:
- Roast Beef Dinner
- Corn On The Cob
- Newfoundland Figgy Duff Pudding
- New Brunswick Blueberry Grunt
- Chicken Alfredo
- and many more.
And as a member of the 30 Day Crock Pot Challenge, in your daily emails will receive the daily recipe in a pdf downloadable format. This way you can print off the ones you like.
Why not start a binder of your own favorite recipes?
We even have a special Facebook group set up for those participating in the Challenge. A place to share additional tips, ideas, recipes, and helps. A great place to ask questions.
So if you would like to learn more about making your Crock Pot your new best friend in the kitchen, join us! Just fill out the form below and within minutes the first email will be sent to you.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO CONFIRM—in order to receive additional emails in this challenge, you need to confirm receipt of the first email I send you. In Canada it is part of the anti-spam laws. So if you do want to participate, you must confirm to continue.
Here is the simple form to complete, and I look forward to getting to know you through email and our special invitation only Facebook group.
Join the 30 Day Crock Pot Challenge and I’ll talk to you soon!