Crock-Pot® Express Crock Multi-Cooker
Crock-Pot® Express Crock Multi-Cooker
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Make meal time even easier with the Crock-Pot® Express Crock Multi-Cooker, an all-in-one appliance that’s always ready when you are. Whether you're prepping your meal in the morning to let it cook all day, or you need an instant, healthy, home-cooked dish in under an hour—this one-pot pressure cooker does it all!
- Dimensions: 13.6”H x 13.6”W x 11.9”L
- Weight: 12.8 lbs.
- Eight one-touch digital meal settings make it easy to create meats and stews, beans and chili, rice and risotto, poultry, dessert, soups, yogurts, and multi-grains..
- Four one-touch cook functions allow you to slow cook, pressure cook, brown and sauté, or steam
- In addition to pressure cooking, select brown/sauté, slow cook, or steam for even more versatility
- Six-quart non-stick cooking pot is dishwasher safe
- Additional features: Airtight locking lid, delay start timer, keep warm setting
- Includes recipe book, steaming rack, and serving spoon
- Read Crock-Pot® Express Crock Multi-Cooker FAQs
- Read the Crock-Pot® Recipe Book
Crock-Pot® Express Crock Multi-Cooker is rated out of 5 by 144.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sis1 from Loving my multi-cooker crockpot! I have only had this a couple weeks, but have used it twice as a slow cooker and am looking forward to trying the pressure cooker and steam cooking. So far I've been very pleased with the results. I really like that the cooker switches into keeping the food warm after the cooking time is up. Keeps my food ready until I get home from work.
Date published: 2018-02-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by violinsensei from It is large enough to feed an army and I am single My little 5 cup Tiger ricer cooker needs a new liner that is almost the same price as this very versatile device. The fuzzy logic rice cookers never scorch anything so you can't brown anything. But this is 6 quarts. Is there any chance you will make one for 1 or 2 people at about 2 or 3 quarts? I was thinking of getting a smaller rice cooker this time and buying a mini griddle to go with it. But I like the ideas of having only one device for both. What is the smallest amount of rice or soup that you can cook in the Multicooker and still get it to work effectively? I'm torn with indecision. Please make a suggestion.
Date published: 2018-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by rambo from great features cooks fast-- great stew meals-just made first stew meal- will make other meals soon
Date published: 2018-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cateland W from Crockpot Express Changed Everything!!! I got an Amazon gift card for Christmas and bought a CPE for myself after researching the ‘other pot’ extensively. I consider myself to be a very experienced cook and love doing it, but am now almost entirely disabled from Lyme Disease and have been unable to do much more than microwave for two years. Yuck!! I cannot convey the guilt and depressive state that left me in. Having my family eat so much frozen junk and takeout was horrible. Before my CPE arrived, I used the internet to read everything I could find on it. So on delivery day, I felt confident and made an amazing, all-in-one meal of meatloaf, mashed potatoes and glazed baby carrots, using trivet, foil loaf pan and a foil pouch for carrotst!! Since then, I’ve used my CPE every single day - twice on my rare good ones! Why is it a game changer for me? I can sit to prep, hang onto the counter long enough to get everything in the pot and wait for wonderfulness!! My husband has even mastered steam release. Lol. I’ve been able to make Greek yogurt, farmer and ricotta cheeses again, too, because the yogurt setting really simplifies the process, virtually eliminating the need to stand over the pot constantly. Baby back ribs, pot roasts, pulled pork, spaghetti that cooks with the pasta, cheesecake, creme brûlée- the only limit is your imagination. For the first time in a very long while, cooking is a joyous endeavor... By using freezer containers that fit inside the pot, I do easy freezer meals, layering ingredients into the containers. Again, this is done from my chair. When frozen, the meals pop out of the bowl, into the CPE and add liquid. Voila! Good meals on bad days. With a few simple accessories like a small springform pan and silicone steamer basket, you can truly make almost anything. I simply do not understand reviews that are anything less than glowing. Yes, I had one ‘E6’ error code because I used a bag of my frozen diced homegrown tomatoes instead of store bought cans, so not enough liquid got to the bottom. My only real fail was trying to make popcorn (using recommended coconut oil and butter). The kernels that popped were the best tasting that I ever had so I’m not giving up! More research has led me to believe I did not let the oil mix heat enough first. I hope I’ve helped sway you over to a CPE. My best advice is to actually READ the instruction booklet thoroughly as I’ve noticed most problems people encounter scream ‘I-didn’t-read-the-manual’. P.S. My husband is having a yard sale with my rice steamer, manual pressure cooker, yougurt maker, egg steamer and - sorry Crockpot! - all but my largest slow cooker. And, just maybe, the two popcorn makers...
Date published: 2018-02-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by PatriciaMcC from No pressure I was excited to receive my Crockpot express a week ago. Used Slow cooker mode and made an awesome stew. Went to make a full pot of Chili except it error'd out with E6. So tested it with 16 oz of water. Pressure constantly leaked through the bobber valve in the handle and of course it boiled dry without reaching pressure. Yes the steam release valve was closed. Customer service person told me that I needed more water, even though the manual said 8 oz and I tested with 16 oz. (and a full pot of Chili before that) Is this a pressure cooker or a kettle. I thought the Customer service people could appreciate that I spent 2 hours testing this before calling them. Frustrating. It sure looks to me lithe the lid interlock mechanism is blocking the bobber valve from closing.
Date published: 2018-02-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by Moon from Great multitasker! I have used mine 3 times. Used the pressure cooker and the slow cooker features once each and made rice. Great results every time. The only negative is that the non-stick cooking pot scratched the first time I used it. I used the spoon that comes with it.
Date published: 2018-02-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by Old Cook from Great tool even for a professional I am a professional cook, but cooking at home like we cook in a restaurant is not always the best or easiest. I have made red wine braised short ribs in 35 minutes that I would have spent 3-4 hours braising at work. It also makes great rice and soup. I love this What would I like? A steamer basket that fits in the top of the unit.
Date published: 2018-02-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by BE13 from I'm a believer I have to admit, I was a little skeptical about the pressure cooker. Cook an entire chicken in 20 minutes, yeah right. But it worked! And it was falling off the bone. It also cooked potatoes for mashing in 6 minutes and I just finished making some mini egg casseroles for my breakfasts this week. The recipe book included doesn't even scratch the surface of what you can do with this thing. I highly recommend hitting the web and gathering some tips and recipes. Then you will really appreciate what your possibilities are.
Date published: 2018-02-11