Saturday, February 6, 2016

Crowdtap sample and review: Reynolds kitchen Cooker Liners

 Through Crowdtap and Reynolds, I was able to try out the slow cooker liners that Reynolds has been selling. Like anyone whoever spent some time in the Midwest, slow cooker time is starting in November and ending sometime in April and in between there are stews, soups and just about anything else that can be fixed in the slow cooker. Naturally, I was very excited to try out the liners since my slow cooker is making an appearance on the dinner table now several times a week. This weekend it was time for one of our favorites carrots and dumplings. If you cook it nice and slow, the dumplings soak up the carrot flavor and it is was one tasty and healthy dish. So here goes -
copyright Durhamonthecheap - ready to start cooking and looking forward to an easy clean up

copyright Durhamonthecheap - everything assembled and now set it and not worry about, especially clean-up

copyright Durhamonthecheap - looking good, those carrots and dumplings!

copyright Durhamonthecheap - slow cooker liners work on different size pots, including very large ones!

copyright Durhamonthecheap - best part, no clean up - simply lift out the liner and toss - you have NO clean up.

Overall, I loved the experience. While dumplings and carrots are not the messiest meal to cook in a slow cooker, having a large pot to clean is always a chore. Now, simply lift out the liner and you are done. This makes clean up so much easier, more time for the family and the slow cooker will be used more often now in our household. 

Disclaimer: I received a free product in exchange for an honest review. The opinion expressed in this blogpost is solely my own and has not been influenced by any third party.

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