Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Product Review: Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners

Crowdtap sent me a free box of Slow Cooker Liners for me to test and give my opinion of. 

First thing you do is Line a 5-to 6-quart slow cooker with a Reynolds Slow Cooker Liner. Fit liner snugly against the bottom and sides of bowl; pull top of liner over rim of bowl.

I like to add the meat first and then the vegetables. 

I usually add 1/4 cup of my favorite jarred gravy to this along with salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder and seasoned salt. Then cook on high for 6 hours or until everything is cooked. 

This is the first time that I've used a Slow Cooker Liner when using my slow cooker but it sure did make for an easy clean up. Just let the slow cooker cool all the way and slowly pull the liner out and throw it away. The liner didn't leak or tear and it didn't add any sort of plastic taste or smell to my food. I'll definitely use these liners again. 

Disclosure: I was sent a free box of liners for the purpose of testing an an honest review. 


  1. I've noticed those liners and thought about giving them a shot. Good to know they come out without a mess.

  2. They really worked really well.

  3. Easy clean up is sure a win, hate clean up the most.

  4. I don't use one but that does look like a great way to keep them clean

  5. I use my crock pot a lot, but always just spray it with Pam first. Does the trick!

  6. Oh I use these! They're great! Especially when making mac & cheese. That is so hard to clean up on it's own.


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