St. Pete mom, Christie Bruner is always on the go. That's why she volunteered to test out Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners in this week's Try It Before You Buy It.
Here's her review:
Ideally, I would like to serve my family healthy and well balanced meals every night. However, I do not have the time to prepare, cook, serve and clean up big dinners every night. I have started to use my slow cooker frequently so I can prepare meals ahead of time and I love how convenient it is!However, after a long day and spending dinner time with my family - the last thing I want to do is clean up a food that has been burned and crusted on to the slow cooker.
The Slow Cooker Liners are a great idea for busy families. I love how it speeds up clean up, and it was nice that the liner would fit many different size cookers. However, since I have a small cooker - the liner was a bit big and kind of awkward to put food into. It seemed like a big plastic bag and didn't really shrink to fit the slow cooker as it looked like in the picture on the box. Despite how it looked while cooking, it was very easy to take the dinner out of the cooker and remove the liner to throw away.
My only reservation in buying this product would be the fact that it is creating unnecessary waste for the environment. I do my best to reduce, reuse and recycle and this product is something that has to be thrown in the trash. I would use it for the very messiest dishes that I prepare to save me cleaning the worst messes! I give the Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners a thumbs up.
Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners sell for $3 at Publix.
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