Hometown Harvest Gooseberry Patch Cookbook Review and Giveaway

Gooseberry Patch has released a tasty cookbook bursting full of over 200 Fall recipes, tips and sweet memories. I'm an early bird reviewer for Gooseberry Patch so this cookbook was given to me to review. My own tasty opinions are shared here. My family has a lot of favorite fall recipes and traditions that we do every year but we also love finding and creating new ones. This Gooseberry Patch cookbook is full of new ideas and we have created a few of recipes for you to try, too.

Here are the tasty chapters in this book and some of the recipes that I want to try. One of the cool things about this cookbook you will find are little video icons next to some of the recipes. If you see that, you go to the Gooseberry Patch youtube page to see the recipe being made!

Hometown Pancake Breakfast-Perfectly Pumpkin Pancakes, Maudeen's Blackberry Gravy, Autumn Morning Smoothie, Breakfast Pumpkin Butter

Church Social Soup Supper-Spicy Meatball Noodle Soup, Skinny Pumpkin Soup, Sesame Skillet Bread, Freezer Onion Soup, Layered Asian Chicken Salad

Thanksgiving Dinner to Remember- Fancy Faux Crab, Lemon Parsley Butter, Honey Mustard Slaw, Make Ahead Turkey Gravy, Maple Whipped Sweet Potatoes, Indiana Corn Pudding, Marinated Green Beans

Game Day Get Together- Fresh Harvest Bruschetta, Pesto Pizza Squares, Petite Calzones, Versatile Herb Dip Mix pg 118 (by my friend Kristi and I will share this soon), No Guilt Mexican Dip, Ranch Cayenne Pretzels

Pumpkin Patch Sweets- Apple Bread & Butter Pudding, Mini Apple Turnovers, Butternut Squash Pie, Coffee Can Pumpkin Cake, No Bake Maple Cookies, S'Morelicious Cookies, Game Day S'Mores Bars

Slow Cooker Potluck Pleasers-Layered Potatoes & Onions, Caramel Pecan Rolls, Hula Hoop Hawaiian Chicken, Golden Roasted Veggies

Over the River & Through the Woods-This chapter is full of stories and wonderful family fall memories.

Run out to the store or check your pantry to get the ingredients together and cook this Gooseberry Patch recipe.

BBQ Chicken Chowdown (slow cooker)

4-6 boneless, skinless chicken breast
24 oz bottle bbq sauce
8 1/2 oz pkg. cornbread mix
14 1/2 oz can corn, drained
8 oz pkg shredded Cheddar cheese
8-10 slices bacon, crisply cooked and crumbled

Place chicken in a slow cooker; top with bbq sauce. Cover and cook on low setting for 6-7 hours, until chicken shreds easily with 2 forks. Meanwhile, prepare and bake cornbread mix according to package directions; set aside. Shortly before serving time, add corn to slow cooker. Turn to high setting and cook for 15 minutes or until warmed through. To serve, spoon chicken mixture over squares of cornbread; top with cheese and bacon. Serves 4-6.

This is a perfect fall recipe to make and take to your next party!

Molasses Baked Beans (slow cooker) pg. 181

2 16 oz pkgs dried navy beans
1/2-1 lb salt pork, cut into strips
3/4 to 1 1/4 c. molasses, divided
3/4 c. dark brown sugar, packed
1 T. dry mustard
salt and pepper to taste
2 onions, chopped
1 whole onion
10 whole cloves

Cover beans with water in a large pot; soak for 2-3 hours. Drain beans, reserving liquid; place beans in a soak cooker. Add salt pork, 3/4 cup molasses, brown sugar, mustard, salt, pepper and chopped onions. Stud whole onion with cloves; add to slow cooker; Pour in enough of reserved liquid to fill half full; stir. Cover and cook on high setting for 4-5 hours, or on low setting for 8-9 hours, until beans are tender. After several hours, if a darker color is desired, stir in remaining molasses; continue cooking as directed. Serves 8.

This cookbook is full of easy recipe including this dip. I doubled the batch and put it all together in a crockpot for a fall party. I went home with an empty crockpot!

Green Chile Chicken Dip pg. 182

12 1/2 oz can chicken, drained
2 8 oz pkgs. cream cheese, softened and cubed
4 oz can diced jalapeƱo peppers
2 4 oz cans diced green chiles
2 10 3/4 oz cans cream of chicken soup
tortilla chips

In a slow cooker, combine all ingredients except chips; do not drain peppers or chilies. Stir until well blended. Cover and cook on low setting for 3-4 hours, stirring occasionally. Serve warm with tortilla chips. Serves 10-12.

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  1. From the beginning of fall to the beginning of winter I probably make Pumpkin crisp about 4-5 times.

  2. Our favorite recipe atm is the Roast Chicken with Chestnuts and Orange Yam Mash from this site: :)

    Jenna O

  3. Fresh apple cake with brown sugar glaze is my favorite fall recipe. Would love to win. Thanks.

  4. We have a brand-new favorite this year. It is Pumpkin Lentil Soup from Better Homes and Gardens. I don't have a link, but it's in the current magazine and I've already made it three times and shared it with family and friends. I think it is a keeper.

  5. I am subscribed as Beth T* and my email address is wordygirl@earth***

  6. I have made this recipe several times and the family loves it!

  7. I love a big pot of spaghetti and meatballs in the crock pot. Thanks for the chance to enter.

    Andrea D.

  8. My family loves Molasses Cookies in the fall.

  9. I love my crock pot chicken,wild rice and creamy soup....ciao4now64 at yahoo***

  10. My grandma's apple pie recipe - it's just a bit tangy and not too sweet.

  11. My Great Grandma Amos' corn pudding recipe. Mmm mmm good!

  12. Apple pie!

  13. My absolute favorite fall food is my mom's apple crisp recipe. I've had hundreds of apple crisps in my lifetime, but none come even close to comparing to hers! I wish I could share the recipe, but I can't!

    Angela Rhodes Ingles
    nofearpapertiger AT Gmail dot com

  14. Pumpkin Bread and Pumpkin Chocolate Cookies are my favorite fall recipes.

  15. I love autumn & it gives me an excuse to get into the kitchen. I love to bake anything with pumpkin!

  16. The crisp evenings are ripe for our family's favorite dish. Apple and bratwurst chili. The kids want this when the first golden leaf hits the ground. I want it after bagging 20 bags of the once golden leaves

  17. The crisp evenings are ripe for our family's favorite dish. Apple and bratwurst chili. The kids want this when the first golden leaf hits the ground. I want it after bagging 20 bags of the once golden leaves

  18. I love homemade soups and breads during the fall!

  19. I love baking anything pumpkin!

  20. One of our favorites is Arroz con Pollo in the crockpot with fresh tomatoes and cilantro from our garden. Has a spicy kick to it that satisfies our need for heat.

  21. I would love to have this cookbook. I've wanted a Gooseberry Patch Cookbook forever. Just recently found I can purchase at our local Cracker Barrel. Love Gooseberry Batch recipes. I also saw some good ones in your sit(QT).
    Francene Kaufman

  22. I love Fall and I love Gooseberry Patch. This is my favorite time of year that I love to cook.

  23. I have two favorite fall meals. On Sundays we love to have a big pot of chili on the stove and eat from it all day long while watching football. Second is a beer/cider soup with cabbage and Italian sausage. I'm making that today. Hopefully it will help bring my missing voice back!

  24. Goose Berry Patch's recipe for Apple Cake so moist and delicious.
    floridagld at yahoo dot com

  25. My favorite fall recipe is for pumpkin muffins!

  26. Winner notified and claimed! Stay tuned for a new Christmas Book giveaway by GBP in a few weeks! Thanks. Susie


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