I honestly don’t use my slow cooker as much as I should because it’s such a pain to soak and clean cooked-on food that has solidified due to the heat. So, Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners is a product that I really enjoyed testing out. To use, you simply open up your slow cooker liner and fit it inside the slow cooker. Spread the liner around it at the bottom, and then pull the top of the liner over the rim of the cooker. Place your ingredients in the slow cooker before turning it on. Put the lid on the slow cooker, and you’re good to go.
For my first time using a Reynolds Slow Cooker Liner, I decided to make White Chicken Chili, which is deliciously creamy…and messy.
When your food is cooked and ready, remove the lid and allow steam to escape, and then serve the meal directly from the slow cooker. At first, I worried that the ingredients would really stick to the liner, but when I was ready to serve, the bag was non-stick, and I encountered no issues scooping out the chili. In my case, I served myself a bowl and then measured out the remaining chili in containers for the rest of the week.
When I was done, I pulled the bag up and out, and just as promised, not one drop of food to clean. These slow cooker liners are worth it!
Reynolds Slow Cooker Liner definitely makes me want to use my slow cooker more.
Disclosure: I received a #Sponsored free sample of Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners, in exchange for my honest opinion.