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Monday, November 8, 2010

Kitchen Tips Tuesday: Crockpot liners

Today I discover the wonder invention of crock pot liners. Not like crock pots aren't a wonderful invention to begin with. Then Reynolds has to take the next best step by making a liner to help with the tedious clean up! Click here to find out more: Reynolds Crock pot Liners
I made Cheesy Broccoli Chicken Soup. After dinner I pulled out the bag, poured the leftover soup into a plastic container and threw away the liner. Then I stored the crock pot away. NO MESSY CLEAN UP! So I recommend this product to all who love the convince of the crock pot and the luxury of not cleaning one :-)

Cheesy Broccoli Chicken Soup (from the cookbook Cynthia's Mom compiled)
3 cups of chicken broth (or 1 can)
1lb. cut up chicken (I used raw, but I'm sure you could use already cooked)
2 cans of Cheddar Cheese Soup
14 oz. bag of frozen Broccoli
1 cup of water

Mix together, pour in crock pot, and cook on low all day (6-8hours)

I added 2 cups of cooked macaroni before serving. I also thought about adding rice or the church's soup mix (because it has alphabet pasta and the kids get a kick out of that!).


Sara said...

I love slow cooker liners! Especially when I make something notorious for baking onto the sides of the pot. That is the worst to clean up!

Hilary said...

I just wish I could find them cheaper.
I'm always thinking if my time is worth that much.
IT probably is... but... well, you know. :)

Five Wahlquist's said...

I love the lineres as well. They also many liners for dutch ovens.. I am in love with them (both the liners and the ovens)!

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