Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners Review

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Today I am reviewing the Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners in part with Crowdtap. I decided the best way to test these out was to make two recipes in my slow cooker. The first recipe is one that I make fairly often and the second recipe is one that is from the Reynolds website and I decided to give it a try. Keep reading to see if these held up to the test!

Test Recipe #1

The first recipe is a simple pork loin that is seasoned with lime zest, chili powder, cumin, lime juice, salt, and pepper. I figured this one was a great test recipe as it ends up producing a lot of liquid during the cooking process. I began by simply lining my slow cooker with the Reynolds Slow Cooker liner, which wraps around the slow cooker, make sure to make it as tight as you can before closing the lid.

Then add your ingredients as you normally would and let it cook for the normal amount of time. Nothing changes for your recipe, aside from adding the liner first. I cooked this pork loin for about 8 hours.

Once the meat is done cooking, remove carefully from the liner and slice as normal. Now, with the liner be sure to allow the slow cooker to fully cool before removing. Then, lift the liner off and throw away. When my pork was done, all that was left in the crock pot was moisture from the cooking. I experienced no leaks and little to no mess whatsoever. The white marks on my slow cooker are just scratches from my dishwasher, nothing from the liner.

Test Recipe #2

The second recipe I tried out with the liners is Reynolds Slow Cooker Cranberry Apricot Oatmeal. This was a very simple recipe when it came to the ingredients list, and I followed the same method of applying the liner first and then adding all my ingredients into the crock pot.

Once the oatmeal was done cooking, I added some honey to mine as it wasn't as sweet as I prefer. I mixed it in the liner and had no issue with the liner tearing or pulling off the slow cooker when I mixed the honey in.

Not only was the oatmeal very delicious and filling, which made my week of breakfasts a lot easier to have this big batch waiting in the fridge every day for the week but the liner held up yet again. The only thing in the crock pot was minor moisture from cooking and I didn't have to do anything but wash the lid.

Overall, I am very pleased with these liners and feel like I have a new best friend in my kitchen. Not only do they hold up to the test on both of these recipes but they truly made clean up a breeze. I enjoyed how easy they are to use and how I can see these easily fitting a slow cooker of pretty much any size. I highly recommend giving these a try!

Down in the comments, let me know your favorite slow cooker recipe.

As always any requests, questions, or comments are greatly appreciated. Talk to you soon!

Disclaimer: I was sent this product to try for free in part with Crowdtap and Reynolds. All pictures and opinions are my own.

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