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Crock-Pot 5025WG 2.5-Quart Slow Cooker

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  • Glass lid.
  • 2-1/2-Quart capacity
  • 2 Settings
  • Rinse-clean stick resistant coating
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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Height 9.1 inches 10.7 inches 11.8 inches 9 inches
Length 10 inches 10.6 inches 14.2 inches 7.4 inches
Width 10.1 inches 8.7 inches 16.5 inches 8.9 inches
Material Stoneware Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stoneware
Color White Silver Silver Black
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  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10.1 x 9.1 inches ; 6.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00006IUXW
  • Item model number: 342416
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
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Product Description

2.5 quart round slow cooker. Ideal for 2 to 3 people. Removable stoneware. Rinse Clean coating for easy cleaning. Glass lid. 2 heat settings. Nonprogrammable. White wrapper with white stoneware. 9.1" H. x 10.1" W. x 10" D.


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Easy clean up.
NanShops
It cooks the best out of all three of my slow cookers as it does not overcook the food as the other two will.
Paula
Perfect size for my small (2 people) family.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

273 of 276 people found the following review helpful By Paula on July 13, 2007
I have this Crock Pot but my crock insert is white instead of black. I bought this slow cooker probably in the late 1990s. I own three slow cookers (the Rival 3-1/2-quart oval and the Rival 6-quart), and this is the best one and the one I use the most. It is 2-1/2 quarts and is perfect for two people. It cooks the best out of all three of my slow cookers as it does not overcook the food as the other two will. I find that the cooking times listed in most slow cooker cookbooks are very accurate for this Crock Pot, but for my other two larger models, I must reduce the cooking time. I have never had overcooked food in this slow cooker. Everything has always cooked to perfection. Most recipes in slow cooker cookbooks are written for 6 to 8 servings. If I cut the recipes in half, they will fit perfectly in this Crock Pot and fill it 3/4 full. That is just enough food for my husband and me and will usually leave leftovers for one or two more meals for one person. This slow cooker also looks very nice as it is all white and matches my kitchen, so it is always out on the counter. I use it many times a week and I am very happy with it. Since it cooks at such a low temperature, whenever I cook meat, I use the high setting for the first hour and then reduce it to low and cook for one hour less than the stated recipe (since one hour on high is equal to two hours on low). Everything turns out perfectly this way. The potatoes and carrots are perfectly tender and have not cooked down to mush as has happened in my larger, more powerful Crock Pots.

I highly recommend this model if the size is big enough for you because it works the way slow cookers are supposed to work - cooking the food slowly and gently.
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100 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Monica S. Holmes on November 29, 2003
Just bought this crockpot this weekend or actually on Black Friday 2003, it was inexpensive and it is a great way for me to learn how to cook for one instead of making large meals and having to freeze a ton of food.
A great crock pot if you are cramped on space i.e. apartment, studio, small townhouse, cape cod living. Doesn't take up much room and can fit a decent size portions of food in the crock pot.
Makes flavorful food...delicious....the toughest of cuts turn out perfection!
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118 of 120 people found the following review helpful By Steph on February 12, 2008
I purchased this small, 2.5 quart crock pot for my college apartment, and am storing a larger one at my parents' house. The larger crock pot of the same brand is extremely useful and has never given me any trouble.

However, this smaller crock pot heats up very quickly, and will usually cook food in half the time the larger crockpot will. Of course this makes sense due to the decreased surface area of ceramic to heat, but I hadn't thought of that, and I wish I had known this before I purchased this product.

When I checked on my first overnight oatmeal in this pot after four hours of cooking (recommended cooking time: 8 hours), all of the liquid was gone. In another hour or two, it would have been burnt. Fortunately, adding more water did the trick and it was able to cook the oatmeal without further incident.

Basically, because of how quickly this pot heats up this is a good product only if you can check on it every three or four hours or so while cooking. Otherwise, purchase a larger model, especially one with a "keep warm" function.
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57 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Scigirl on May 10, 2004
I had one of these for over 10 years and it never gave me a day's trouble. The only reason I purchased a new one was that the old model did not have a removable crock. Fantastic addition to the small family's kitchen.
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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By AAA on July 20, 2009
I will be returning this soon. It cannot be left on while at work or overnight.

I filled it up with bbq sauce and 4 chicken breasts. 8 hours later on "low" the chicken was brown and black, and the sauce was boiling rapidly.

Tried the same thing with ribs, but this time I checked on them. The pot was filled to the top with ribs and sauce, set to low. 4 hours later the ribs were well-done and dry. Any longer would have burned them.

Frozen chicken wings and bbq sauce burned after 4 hours on "high".

Tried leaving pot on "low" while at work. I filled it with frozen vegetables, 2 diced potatoes, and a chopped-up steak. Upon arriving home 10 hours later, the vegetables were fused into a brown mush that did not look like vegetables, the potatoes were brown, and the meat was black. Nothing was edible.
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By P. Mckay on August 17, 2007
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Bought this in mid-90's & used so much (9 yrs) the knob on the lid broke. Researched till I found the newer version (lid knob is completely redesigned)& promptly bought it! Here's why it's a favorite: 1.) Has a removable insert, so easy to serve/clean. Don't buy one w/a permanent insert, you'd be surprised how hard it is to clean. 2.)Has 3 way heat control: high,low,warm, a feature usually only found on larger, more expensive models, so lot's of cooking control options here allowing you to make all crock pot recipes 3.)the smaller size is perfect for sizing down large recipes, cooking smaller amts or cooking for 2-4 people. I can put in some jarred spaghetti sauce, 25-30 frozen bagged meatballs from Costco, turn on low & come back in 7 hrs. to feed 2-4 people, w/leftovers. I also use this as an extra "oven" for entertaining & holiday side dishes (made sweet potato casserole for Thanksgiving). Have not had any issues w/burning or overcooking. Also used for smaller batches of chili, soup, beef stragnoff, really any recipe sized down to a more managable amt. Have a Rival 6 qt crockpot, but only use this for making big amts of food.
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