Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners, 4-Count (Pack of 12)
- 12 packs of 4 count (48 total) slow cooker liners for 3 to 6.5 quart round or oval slow cookers
- Strong and reliable - Holds in the heartiest ingredients without breaking or puncturing in the slow cooker
- Mess free slow cooking - Lines the slow cooker so there's no baked on mess
- Make clean up a snap - No soaking or scrubbing, just throw away the liner once the meal is served
- FDA compliant, BPA Free liners made of high temperature safe materials for cooking in slow cookers
- Every box features one Box Tops for Education coupon. Reynolds Consumer Products has contributed over $3.5 Million to schools through the Box Tops Program.
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Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners
Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners help take the mess out of slow cooking by making clean up a snap. Cook tasty chili, scrumptious game-day meatballs or warm, delicious soups; get adventurous and try making breakfast or dessert in the slow cooker too! Just line the slow cooker before turning it on and putting in the ingredients. The slow cooker safe material does not affect the cook time or taste of the food. Once the food is cooked and served, throw away the liner – no soaking or scrubbing needed!
With hands off cooking and fast, easy clean-up, there’s no reason not to try Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners to make some fun, new delicious recipes!
Make Meal Magic Simple with Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners
- Easy clean up
- No soaking or scrubbing
- Hearty, reliable BPA free material
Fits 3 – 6.5 quart round or oval slow cookers
Liner fits standard sized slow cookers.
Strong, reliable material
The liners are made of a special material suitable for cooking foods in slow cookers on high, low, or keep warm settings. Reynolds has safely used this blend of nylon resins for over 30 years. This material is proven to hold the heartiest of ingredients without breaking or puncturing in the slow cooker.
Slow Cooker Liners are BPA-free and FDA compliant for cooking.
Support for Your Schools
The Box Tops for Education program benefits over 80,000 K-8 schools across the country. Simply clip the Box Top coupons located on every package of Reynolds Parchment Paper and give them to your favorite schools. They’ll receive 10 cents for every coupon turned in!
Try These Delicious Recipes From The Reynolds Kitchens
Sweet & Sour Meatballs
1 Reynolds Slow Cooker Liner
1 jar (9 to 10 ounce) sweet and sour sauce
1/4 cup packed brown sugar
3 tablespoons soy sauce
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon pepper
3 pounds frozen meatballs
1 medium red bell pepper, cubed
1 can (20 ounce) pineapple chunks, drained
Open slow cooker liner and place it inside a 5- or 6 1/2 -quart slow cooker bowl. Fit liner snugly against the bottom and sides of bowl; pull top of liner over rim of bowl.
Place all ingredients in the lined-slow cooker; stir gently. Place lid on slow cooker.
Cook on Low for 7 to 8 hours Or on HIGH for 4 to 5 hours until done.
Carefully remove lid to allow steam to escape. Serve food directly from slow cooker. Do not lift or transport liner with food inside. Cool slow cooker completely; remove liner and toss.
Game Day Chili
1 pound lean ground beef
1 medium green bell pepper, chopped
1 small onion, chopped
2 cans (15 ounce) red kidney beans, undrained
2 packages (1.25 ounce) chili seasoning mix
1 can (15 ounce) tomato sauce
1 can (10 ounce) diced tomatoes and green chiles
Cheese and sour cream (optional)
Open Reynolds Slow Cooker Liner and place it inside a 5- to 6 1/2 -quart slow cooker bowl. Fit liner snugly against the bottom and sides of bowl; pull top of liner over rim of bowl.
Brown ground beef, bell pepper and onion in a large skillet over medium-high heat, stirring occasionally, until beef is no longer pink. Drain well.
Place beef mixture into slow cooker liner. Combine remaining ingredients in a medium bowl. Pour over beef mixture; gently stir with wooden or plastic spoon to combine. Place lid on slow cooker
Cook on Low for 6 to 7 hours Or on High for 3 to 3 1/2 hours until heated through.
Carefully remove lid to allow steam to escape. Serve food directly from slow cooker liner. Do not lift or transport liner with food inside. Cool slow cooker completely; remove liner and toss.
|What are Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners made of?||The liners are made of a special material suitable for cooking foods in slow cookers on high, low, or keep warm settings. Reynolds has safely used this blend of nylon resins for over 30 years.|
|Are Reynolds Slow Cooker liners BPA free?||Yes. Slow Cooker Liners are BPA-free and are FDA compliant for cooking.|
|Does the cooking time change if I use a Slow Cooker Liner?||No, the cooking time would remain the same when using a Slow Cooker Liner.|
|Are slow cooker liners recyclable?||The paperboard carton that the liners are packaged in is recyclable.|
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Top Customer Reviews
They work every bit as well as advertised. A Slow Cooker Must Have.
Pot needs very little cleaning, if any.
If water is added to the pot, the sides of the food in the bag do not get crusty.
Multiple items can be cooked separately in the same pot.
Rubberband can be used to hold bag shut, trapping in extra moisture.
Bag stays well, and can be use to store leftovers.
Cons (all are only slight):
Shaking or otherwise stressing the full bag can cause rips.
Bag is mildly porous, allowing traces of food out.
Bag is wide on bottom, making it slightly inconvenient for the average crock pot.
No tie or band provided to close bag. Though, from the picture, it does not seem to be the intended use.
I use this every week to keep my cholent from burning and saving my pot from requiring heavy cleaning. It also allows me to store and even give away leftovers easily. The pot gets filled with water, and often i put other foods (chicken, rice, potatoes, soup, etc) in other bags in the same pot, keeping everything warm and moist for later. This is especially good with dry chicken (white meat) where it will become juicy and tender inside the bag.
I have had the bags rip on me in the past, and i doubled them for a while. Though, since then i have learnt to be more careful, and i haven't had a rip since. Indeed, i pre-make the cholent (everything but the water) and store them in the freezer for weeks at a time in the bag. When it comes time, just pop the bag out of the freezer and defrost in the fridge overnight, or straight into the pot. The temperature change does not seem to harm these bags one bit.
I do wish there were thicker bags so even a big of rough handling wouldn't rip them. But, these are pretty good and, they're perhaps the best brand on the market.
This particular package is a case of 12 boxes and each box contains 4 bags, for a total of 48 bags.
I have not had to soak or scrub my crock for the past 3 years thanks to these liners. They are perfect in preventing the heartache of burnt on crusty nastiness.
The liners are a different type of plastic that I assume is "oven" safe. It is a little more durable and will hold up to the heat of the slow cooker.
If there is a tip to give buyers it would be that this liner does not mean that you don't have to wash your slow cooker crock. After the liner is removed, the crock will still have a smell of the product you cooked in it.
Is it worth it? Absolutely. Two weekends ago I made very fancy macaroni and cheese for a going away party. The hostess forgot to put my slow cooker out for service. My friends were having another get together the following day and asked if they could serve the mac and cheese then. She wasn't familiar with slow cookers and she took my crock out of the fridge and put it on high 2 hours before the party. Needless to say, there was crusty, burn, scorched mac and cheese in every direction. The middle was the only salvageable part of it. Was I upset that my $60 mac and cheese was ruined? A little. But, the small amount of sadness will never trump the relief and giddiness I felt knowing that I can grab that bag and dump the remains in the garbage. No soaking, no scouring, no cussing. Just a small lift of a bag and that burnt on mess was no longer my problem.
If you are on the fence about these bags, I ask you to remember a time that you spent at the sink scrubbing out dried, crusty goo from your crock. How much would you have paid someone to be doing that job for you? $10? $20? These liners vary from $0.50 to $1.50 each.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wife couldn't be happier. With the price, they easily pay for themselves.Published 3 days ago by terry roberts
can use the crock pot so much more when clean up is almost no timePublished 4 days ago by Jared Tennyson
This is good for home use. They are durable and doesn't easily get broken. I got what I have paid for.Published 6 days ago by Adrienne
When they don't have holes in the bags these are perfect and work terrific, so far 1/2 of them we have used have had holes in them or when you are pulling out your roast the bag... Read morePublished 11 days ago by trainersteven
Leaked a little, but that was still easier to clean than the dried ring around the top when the slow cooker doesn't have a linerPublished 13 days ago by J. Campagna
What's not to love about having a clean slow cooker after cooking in it. Just pour off any liquids left in the bag and toss in the trash.Published 21 days ago by Cookie
This product is fantastic it will save you time and work, you don't have to wash your slow cooker ! and the price is perfect.Published 25 days ago by TV-MAN
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