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Reynolds Regular Size Slow Cooker Liner, 6 count (Pack of 2)

Make memorable meals with Reynolds Kitchens Slow Cooker Liners, and save time on cleanup. Grab these slow cooker bags for mess-free slow cooking without dealing with stubborn, baked-on food that’s tough to clean. Simply lift the liner from your slow cooker to take care of the mess. You can use Reynolds slow cooker liners with confidence since they’re BPA-free and made from special heat-resistant nylon. These disposable cooking liners fit 3qt to 8qt slow cookers. Spend more time entertaining family and friends and less time in the kitchen with these FDA-compliant food-safe Reynolds Kitchens Slow Cooker Liners.

Product Features

  • This package contains two packs of six Reynolds Kitchens Slow Cooker Liners, each measuring 13 x 21 inches to fit 3 to 8-quart round or oval slow cookers
  • Nylon pan liners are ideal for cooking chili, pulled pork and other foods
  • Line your slow cooker with these slow cooker bags for mess-free slow cooking without stubborn baked-on food that’s hard to clean
  • These regular size slow cooker liners allow for fast and easy clean up in 8 seconds or less guaranteed without soaking or scrubbing
  • These clear cooking liners fit 3-8 quart oval and round slow cookers

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Anonymous says:

Great for prepping ahead Used the liner to prep my crockpot meal the night before, twisted the top of the liner and secured with a chip clip, and in the morning, I was able to just place it into the crockpot! My mornings are hectic trying to get a 4 month old and 4 year old out the door, so doing all the prep work at night in the liner was a lifesaver. I’ve tried doing this before using the whole ceramic bowl of the crockpot but (a) it took up a lot of room, and (b) my ceramic bowl cracked from going from a cold…

Anonymous says:

Reynolds Kitchens Slow Cooker Liners are Real Winners!!! I just purchased a slow cooker so I ordered these liners. Man, am I glad I did!!. I used one to cook a whole chicken and then filled it with water to make stock once we finished eating the chicken. The liner held up to making the stock, water to the near top of the cooker, for 15 hours. Once I dipped the stock and bones out of it, all I had to do was gather the liner together at the top and throw it away. The cooker was spotless!! I had also cooked the chicken for 8 hours. So, the liner…

Anonymous says:

Despite some occasional mild leakage this vastly simplifies the clean-up process Okay, so these aren’t the most environmentally friendly product, though I suppose an argument can be made that you’ll save the water that would normally be spent on cleaning the crock pot bowl. They have, however, vastly simplified the clean-up that comes after using the slow cooker and that’s what I was after. I was a little worried that I might find melted plastic in my food but after dozens of uses (not the same one, of course!) this has never been an issue.What has been an issue…

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