Slow Cooker Triple Chocolate & Peanut Butter Cake & Crock-Pot Giveaway!

Want a classy at home date night for your loved one so you don’t have to deal with the stress of going out and forgetting reservations on Valentine’s day? Want an even easier dessert that you can whip up when you get home from work that will be ready in time to send the night off with some whipped cream on top? (He’ll never know you didn’t spend all day baking). Want a chance to win a cherry red Crock-Pot? Yeah, I thought so.

For my regulars, you know by now how much I love my slow cooker. I am featuring it every Monday in winter, after all. So when Crock-Pot wanted to send me a classy red version of their Cook and Carry, I figured why not share the love with my readers (get it, Valentine’s humor… no? Aw, come on). I love how easy the crock pot is to clean, and the snazzy lock in place lid that makes transport a breeze. Think of how easy bringing a hot dish to parties will be from now on? So, if you are just starting out, a new cook, or a cook who has not investing in the life changing product that is the slow cooker yet, Crock-Pot’s Cook and Carry is a nice starter slow cooker to ease your way into things. It comes very well packed and has a warm, low, and hot setting for various cooking needs. And with 6 quarts to fill you can even shove an entire small bird in the slow cooker for weeknight suppers!  Seriously, I’m slow cooker obsessed this winter – and you should be too!


Now for the fun part:

Crock-Pot® Cook & Carry Slow Cooker Giveaway

To enter to win your own portable cherry red slow cooker – tell me what your favorite slow cooker dish is in the comments section below.

Earn Extra Points by doing the following and leaving me a comment saying you have:

Entrees accepted through midnight Monday February 18th 2013. Winner will be announced on February 20th’s post. Winner must live in the United States.

Slow Cooker Chocolate PB Cake

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  1. Tanya C. says

    Loving these crock-pot recipes! My days go so much smoother when dinner is already fixed and hot when all the family get hungry! It would be hard though spending the day home with this in the pot! Bet it smells wonderful cooking.

  2. Lacey says

    The best thing to make in my slow cooker is HOT CHOCOLATE!! It’s delicious and easy to make for a crowd in the Crock Pot.

  3. says

    Totally not gonna lie…I want that slow cooker. (God, that sounds terrible. I feel like a two-year-old now.) My mom was the slow-cooker queen when I was growing up – she was in the Air Force, had two kids and a husband, and somewhere in there managed her own desktop publishing business. She did a slow cooker ratatouille that would make anyone want to dive face-first into their vegetables. Me? I’m queen of all things involving sugar and vanilla and flour and yeast, though I don’t have a slow cooker to play with! And your selection would look beautiful beside my cherry red Kitchen Aid and bright red VitaMixer. Seriously. Bribe? Shoot. I chose to be a writer and a baker, and have yet to figure out how to strike it rich from either (or the two combined). But if it makes you feel better, I follow you on FB and Twitter, subscribe to your RSS feed and would totally tell everyone how freaking awesome you are if I were to end up with that dang slow cooker!

    Rock on. And thanks for the blog. Digg it.

  4. Anne says

    My favorite slow cooker dish is beef stew. The house smells so good while it’s cooking, and it’s even better the next day.

  5. Anne says

    I pinned the post that came up when I clicked the “pinning this post” in the list of ways to enter, but I couldn’t actually pin THIS post–that link leads to a pin for Chile and Corn Chowder, which looks really good, BTW. (The “pin it” button didn’t yield a result, and I couldn’t find a pin for this post on the Pass the Sushi Pinterest page to repin.) Sorry! But I tried, anyway.

  6. carole says

    My favorite slow cooker recipe is chicken pot pie filling. Just chicken and veggies in the slow cooker, and the cream sauce done on the stove top and added in right at the end when the drop biscuits come out of the oven. yuuuuummmmmm
    I’ve been following your page and love it. Liked the Crockpot page, subscribed to your email, following you on twitter, tweeted about your giveaway and yummy cake recipe, subscribed to your RSS feed, I googled this post, and if you pick me for to win, then I will send you stickers and brownies. 😉

  7. says

    I do a bone in turkey breast in the slow cooker. I was surprised how well it turned out the first time and haven’t done it in the oven since.

  8. Rebecca says

    I don’t have a twitter acct., can’t figure out the RRS feed thing, and don’t know about google ing the post…..
    But I have Pinned this Post. :)

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway and the opportunity to win.

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