Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Slow Cooker Tips: Low-Carb (and gluten-free) Ways to Thicken Soups and Stews from Ask Georgie

Low Carb Ways to Thicken Slow Cooker Soups or Stews
Tips for thickening slow cooker soups and stews without using flour or cornstarch!  (Photo from

When I launched Slow Cooker from Scratch, I wanted it to be a resource for people who were just learning to use a slow cooker as well as experienced slow cooker users.  You may have noticed there's a section above with Reviews and Tips where I've linked to a few posts about basic tips for using the slow cooker.  As I add new links to this page, I'm going to feature them as a daily post, and today's tip is How to Thicken Slow Cooker Soups and Stews with Low-Carb Ingredients from nutrition coach Georgie Fear at  Her ideas also work well for gluten-free eating.

I hope you enjoy using this slow cooker tip!   Use this link to read How to Thicken Slow Cooker Soups and Stews with Low-Carb Ingredients from

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  1. These kinds of tips are great for me, as I consider myself a slow cooker newbie and haven't ventured all that far beyond the basics. Keep 'em coming, please.

  2. Thanks Lydia! I'm on the hunt for more tips.


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