Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down: Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners

So, I tried another product that I wanted to let you in on. It's not new, I'm just cheap and waited until I had a good coupon to give it a whirl! Again, its just my opinion and I am sharing it for FREE!

The Product: Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners

The Pitch: Line your crock pot with the liner, add your ingredients, cook as usual, and throw away the liner when done, no messy clean up.

The Verdict: Crock pot meals are about a twice a week thing at our house, due to the Rev's busy school and evening meeting schedules. Love cooking in them, but no matter how much cooking spray I use, I always end up with stuck on stuff and have to leave it soaking overnight. My crock pot has 3 different sized bowls, but if I want to use the same one the next day I have to wash the crock and that just takes extra time that I don't have. The liner worked just like it said and clean up was a breeze. Without the coupon, the liners are about 50 cents each (4 per box). With the coupon, I paid about 25 cents each--definitely worth it and a thumbs up!

And for our survey this time, what great time saver/cleaning helper have you found to use in the kitchen?


Michel-lee said...

I've been wanting to try these out for a while now. I haven't had too many dishes stick in my crock pot but I love an easy clean up. Have you tried using salt for stuck on food? It helps sometimes.

Yvette said...

Thanks for the info, I wasn't sure if the advertisement was full of "crock" ;) pun intended. My question is what brand of crockpot do you own that has 3 sized pots?

Stacie said...

Yvette--I couldn't find anyway to contact you, so I hope you check back. I have a Hamilton 3-in-1 slow Cooker. It has 2, 4, and 6 quart bowls that fit into the same base, so I can do a big meal or just something for the 2 of us. Here is a link: http://www.amazon.com/Hamilton-Beach-33133H-Cooker-White/dp/B000R8C7TW

Yvette said...

Got it!! Thanks!!!!