Best selling author Kim McCosker continues her quest to make life easier in the kitchen, with over 120 recipes for all taste buds and occasions. The Easiest Slow Cooker Book Ever! uses clever ideas to create beautiful winter warming comfort foods, ready for your return home at the end of a busy day. A collection of recipes including Soups and Stews, Easy Roasts, Beef, Lamb, Entertaining Ideas and Desserts. Try the 4+Ingredient Roast Beef, Amazing Meatballs, Ginger+infused Silverside, French Lamb Casserole, Pulled Pork Burgers, Zucchini Slice, Roasted Almond Fudge and Coconut Brown Rice Pudding.Undeniably convenient, slow cookers save endless hours in the kitchen, but where they really shine is the money they will save you and the marvelous meals they will make. The Easiest Slow Cooker Book Ever! provides families with simple recipes that are easy, economical and effortless.About the Author4 Ingredients author and entrepreneur Kim McCosker loves to inspire readers and audiences with her simple, hard working, and determined recipe for success. As a busy wife and mum to three boys, Kim McCosker holds a Degree in International Finance, trained as a Financial Planner, and is a self-taught cook.Putting into practice her mantra of “Family First,” Kim’s concept created the most successful book title in Australia—4 Ingredients—with cookbook sales now spanning three continents, twenty-six countries, and six foreign languages! As the highest self-published author in Australian history, Kim’s continued aim with 4 Ingredients is to simplify all forms of cooking by creating quick, easy, and delicious recipes. Over twenty 4 Ingredients cookbooks have resulted in many cultural necessities and dietary considerations, often endorsed by recognised associations.The 4 Ingredients phenomenon has taken digital media to heightened levels with one of the fastest-growing Australian-based Facebook pages currently with 540,000 fans and over 60,000 iApp downloads. Traditional media have equally enjoyed Kim's easy, everyday recipes seeing her cooking live on television around the globe, including Australian morning and Current Affair shows, America’s FOX 5 and ABC’s Good Morning America, New Zealand’s TVNZ and UK’s BBC.