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How do you decrease slow cooker recipes for smaller slow cookers?

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The easiest way is to cut the amount called for of each ingredient in half. Thus instead of one cup of chicken broth you would use one half cup of chicken broth. If you have a really small slow cooker you could use one fourth of each ingredient.
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