The Crock-Pot Casserole Crock Slow Cooker: Slow and Steady Fills My Belly

The Crock-Pot Casserole Crock Slow Cooker: Slow and Steady Fills My Belly

I’ve always fallen for the temptation of quick cooking times. Why would I want to spend hours cooking when I could warm up a frozen dish in minutes? I didn’t think I would be able to change my horrible cooking habits until I tried out Crock-Pot’s new Casserole Crock Slow Cooker. Read more to see how I am became a crockpot believer!

When I opened the box, I was surprised to find that the crockpot didn’t have to be assembled by using complicated directions. The crockpot instead came with three items – a removable lid, oven safe stoneware and a heating base. Thanks to the nifty packet of Campbell’s recipes provided, I decided to make their cheesy chicken rice casserole for dinner.

I mixed all the ingredients into the stoneware before placing it carefully inside the heating base. Next, I locked the top with the secure-fit locking lid. This crock-pot has basic manual controls that were off, high, low, and warm. Honestly, I prefer when controls on a product are simplified for me. I adjusted the crockpot to high and now I had three hours to spare until my casserole was ready.

During that time span, I kept an eye on the crockpot even if there was no need. The dish was securely locked, so there was nothing else I needed to do. I was able to watch TV and even called a friend. There were no worries on thinking if the rice needed to be stir or that the chicken will burn. The Crock-Pot Casserole Crock’s mission is to make making meals easier for everyone.

I could already smell the meal before my timer went off. I unlocked the lid as I slowly lifted the lid to see the casserole. After sprinkling shredded cheese, I locked the lid once again for 30 more minutes to allow the chicken to tenderize even further. 

When the chicken was finished, I turned off the crockpot and let the meal stand for 10 minutes. I stirred the rice before placing the cheesy chicken rice casserole on my plate. I took a bite of the chicken and I have never actually made meat that tasted so moist. I couldn't get enough of it and my family enjoyed it too! 

After making my first slow cooker meal, I would have to say that it’s not as bad as I thought it would be. Yes, it's slow, but the wait is worth it. There are numerous benefits from using crockpots: from easy cleanup to making healthier meals for the family. It really does make a difference when cooking those ingredients for hours instead of a few minutes. 

The Crock-Pot Casserole Crock Slow Cooker is an excellent slow cooker for any beginner or expert with a reasonable price ($49.99). There are a variety of colors to choose instead of purchasing an old-fashioned steel crockpot. Not to mention, the crockpot is the perfect rectangular size to make a casserole and you can have it ready to serve in the white stoneware dish. 

All in all, the product is ideal for any make-ahead meals and relieves any stress when preparing any family dinners or potlucks. I will definitely experiment to see what else I can make next with this handy Crock-Pot Casserole Crock Slow Cooker. 

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