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- Ceramic, Stainless Steel, Glass
- Serves 3+ people. 3-quart capacity
- High/Low cook settings, and convenient Warm setting
- Crock-Pot features removable, dishwasher-safe stoneware insert, and dishwasher-safe glass lid
- Polished silver, stainless steel exterior with black accents and plastic handles
- Recipes included
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From the manufacturer
The Original Slow Cooker
Over the decades, Crock-Pot, the original slow cooker brand, has evolved from a single bean cooker into a diverse and extensive line of slow cookers and accessories that make meals and entertaining smarter, easier, and more convenient for the many different styles of cooking today. For busy families, Crock-Pot Slow Cookers offer a solution to healthier, more wholesome meals, while slow cookers designed for portability and entertaining provide new and different ways to enjoy slow cooking with the Crock-Pot brand.
Crock-Pot 3-Quart Manual Slow Cooker
An easier way to cook!
A convenient kitchen companion, this Crock-Pot manual slow cooker makes it easy to cook up a wide range of menu items. Use it for everything from appetizers and party dips to hearty soups, savory sauces, vegetarian chili, and more. It'll even hold a 3-pound roast. Its 3-quart capacity nicely accommodates meals for up to four people perfect for smaller-size families or for on-the-go professionals who want easy, healthy meals with leftovers. Plus, the slow cooker features a brushed stainless steel finish that adds a touch of modern elegance to any home kitchen. Best of all, the removable stoneware and glass lid clean up easily by hand or in the dishwasher, and recipes come included.
- Serves 3+ people
- High, low, and warm settings
- Fits a 3-pound roast
- Dishwasher-safe stoneware and lid
Features & Benefits
3 manual heat settings allow you to cook on high or low while the warm setting can be used to keep your dish at an ideal serving temperature.
The removable stoneware doubles as a serving dish so your family and guests can easily serve themselves. When not in use, its sleek design can stay on your countertop without taking up much space.
Once you are done cooking, be sure to unplug and allow your slow cooker to cool before cleaning. The lid and stoneware can be washed in the dishwasher or with hot, soapy water.
As Simple as 1, 2, 3
Place the stoneware into the heating base, add your ingredients, and cover with the lid.
Plug in your Crock-Pot Slow Cooker and select your desired temperature setting.
Once cooking time is complete, enjoy your delicious meal.
This Crock-Pot 3 -Quart Round Manual Slow Cooker provides you the flexibility to prepare a meal early and then have it slow-cook all day, so you can come home to a nutritious, home-cooked meal in the evening. It's a healthier, more cost-efficient and convenient way to cook. This Crock-Pot Manual Slow Cooker cooks on High or Low settings, and the Warm setting can be used to keep your dish at an ideal serving temperature. The trendy hexagon design of this slow cooker is the perfect addition to any modern kitchen.
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|Item Dimensions||9.84 x 11.41 x 10.4 in||11.8 x 11.8 x 9.5 in||8.8 x 8.8 x 6 in||8.8 x 11.9 x 11.8 in||8.7 x 12.2 x 12.2 in||8.6 x 7.4 x 8.7 in|
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No bells or whistles on this machine, and that is really just fine and great.
NOTE: I am all for finding the best prices, and I did find less expensive Crockpot models at the Crockpot website. And, I did buy two from there originally. I never got them, and the parent company of Crockpot kept my money for far too long before refunding me. Shipping is a huge hassle on that website, and customer service is as demeaning to the customer as it can possibly get--especially talking to a supervisor. I vow never again to visit that webiste--it is just not worth the hassle. My advice? Buy from Amazon, pay a few dollars more, get superb service if something goes wrong. Spending a few dollars extra at Amazon is worth avoiding the degradation of dealing with some of the nastiest customer service reps and supervisors I've ever run into, and one of the most poorly run shipping departments--at Crockpot.
OH. That explains why it was so danged delicious!
This is my daughter’s Crock Pot. She left it here when she moved into a place of her own. While she lived with me she prepared small meals just for the two of us. She also made larger meals that easily fed our entire family.
I found this Crock Pot while searching for something in our storage room and immediately thought of the wonderful meals my daughter made using it.
Here are the main benefits of this Crock Pot:
-Perfect for making a small meal for two or larger meals for a family of five.
-It looks great sitting on the kitchen counter, no need to hide it away.
-Easy to lift the stoneware inner bowl out to clean it, it can even be cleaned in the dishwasher.
-It is a nice handy size, not too big and bulky and not too small. It’s just right.
I have no CONS as of this posting. If my daughter should let me know of any, I will up-date and report those for your consideration.
I recommend this Crock Pot based on the many delicious meals my daughter prepared with it.
This one cooks faster and I appreciate the glass lid since the others were a plastic (Lexan) which can crack and cloud over time.
I'm rating this model 3 stars for several reasons: the inability of seeing if it's completely clean until after it's dried; the outside requires constant cleaning due to fingerprints; the cracking or rattling sounds coming from it during cooking; and the necessity of using nylon liners each time which make it difficult to pour off the juices after cooking; and the crock itself has to be cleaned anyway although it's not as time consuming.
The noise is from the lid's components' expanding and contracting due to temp changes when the heat or a/c turns on since it's actually made of at least 3 materials: a metal-banded glass lid and a metal-bolt-secured-plastic knob. The noise of that metal against the crock from steam during cooking on HIgh is much worse.
I was gratified at the manufacturer's lengths in improving their lid design. Unless judiciously tightened though, soapy water gets under the disk portion of that knob, and I was glad I keep my Stanley 68-012 All-in-One Screwdriver nearby.
Update_2017-10-13: The use of nylon Reynolds Small Size Slow Cooker Liners, at less than $3.00/box of 5 in supermarkets, almost but not quite completely eliminates the cleaning difficulty AND the terribly annoying lid clatter. The latter forced me to periodically and tediously dab at the water at the outside edges of the lid with a dry paper towel to siphon it off since lifting the lid frequently is obviously counter-productive.