Tuesday, 29 January 2008

Slow cooker liners

As you know, I've recently become a fan of slow cookers/crockpots.

Gord got one many many years ago. It sat in our cupboard for more than five years before I took it out in December to try it out.

Since then, I've been using it a lot! Roasts, ribs, cottage roll, chicken and lots more! But since Gord's is so old, there is no separate inside pot ... so cleaning it isn't fun!

We were at the grocery store last week and discovered there are liners for them.

Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners are made of heat resistant nylon and designed to make slow cooker cleanup fast and easy. The liners help you avoid all that soaking and scrubbing that is associated with slow cooking. Simply place the liner in the slow cooker bowl, add ingredients, and cook as you normally would. After cooking, remove meal from the lined-slow cooker, allow to cool, and simply toss the liner. It’s that easy!

Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners are 13"X21" liners, optimally-sized to fit 3 to 6.5 quart round or oval slow cookers. There are 4 liners in each carton, along with timesaving tips and delicious recipes.

They cost about $2.50 for the four liners but are soooo worth it! After we're done, I just lift the bag out, liquid and all, and throw it out. Yes, it is that easy!



Christine said...

Ohhh smartie pants. I truly truly hate with a passion cleaning out that crock pot afterwards! Thanks for sharing.

Isabel said...

Ooo that is awesome. I'm gonna look for those over here. I love the crock pot but I hate cleaning it.

Anonymous said...

Looks good to me as long as you can cook slow food in it :-)

Teena in Toronto said...

I thought I was the only one who hated cleaning it! Ha!

B said...

hey you

I posted my vac pics- finally! hope you like them, it will get you in gear for your trip

Unknown said...

Cool, because I hate cleaning it!

Teresa said...

Crockpots have made a huge come back. Heard they are great. Sounds like these would really speed up the cleaning process. Boiled dinner it is.