Crock Pot Cook & Carry and Multi Cooker

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This post is about two new Crock Pot appliances that you can find in stores now. These will make cooking so much easier.

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Crock Pot Portable Slow Cooker and Multi Cooker

Crock Pot One Handed Portable Slow Cooker

This (above) is the Crock Pot One Handed Portable Slow Cooker. Compared to my old slow cooker (not crock pot brand) this one is amazing. Seriously though it cooks way faster and is easier to use.

I’ve never made a crock pot meal for a potluck yet but now I can and I’ll be able to carry my meal in with ONE hand because this is a portable version with four lid locks that allow you to carry it one handed so you can use your other hand to open the car door for example. There will be NO spills either no matter how crazy you drive.

This Crock Pot is 6-quart so you have plenty of room for most meals. It’s more than enough for my family of 6.

When you are ready to cook, simple choose from low or high and then use the up and down arrows to select how long you want it to cook for (anywhere from 30 minutes to 20 hours!) At the end of the time it will go directly to the keep warm setting so if you will be out when it finishes cooking, no worries. (But be sure to be home soon so your food doesn’t go bad.)

RELATED: How to Choose a Slow Cooker

Crock Pot Express Crock Multi-Cooker

This (below) is the Crock Pot Express Crock Multi Cooker. This is a many function appliance. It cooks food up to 70% faster because it’s a combination pressure cooker and slow cooker so it can make most meals the fast or slow way. Also you can make some new things you could never make in a slow cooker before. This also functions like a steamer and rice cooker. So you can pressure cook, slow cook, saute, brown and steam.

Includes 8 one-touch meal settings: meat/stew, beans/chili, rice/risotto, yogurt, poultry, dessert, soup and multigrain. It comes with a steaming rack, serving spoon and recipe book.

It even has a delayed start timer so if you are leaving for work at 7am but don’t want it to start cooking till later you can set it to do that.

With a SRP at $79.99 it’s quite cheaper than competitive brands.

Crock Pot Express Crock Multi-Cooker

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