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Crock-Pot® Little Dipper® Food Warmer, Silver

Crock-Pot® Little Dipper® Food Warmer, Silver

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32041-C-NP
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Crock-Pot® Little Dipper® Food Warmer, Silver

Crock-Pot® Little Dipper® Food Warmer, Silver

32041-C-NP
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The Crock-Pot® Little Dipper® Warmer is a big convenience for sauces, dips and entertaining. Simply add your ingredients or a pre-made dip, plug in and enjoy.

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For small gatherings or parties, the Crock-Pot® Little Dipper® Warmer gently heats dips and sauces to warm temperatures. Whether making your own or serving pre-made foods, it makes prep easy and convenient. Ideal for melting chocolate and caramel, too.

  • 16 oz. capacity
  • Just plug-in to get foods warmed up; does not include a dial
  • Stainless steel finish with black accents and glass lid
  • Hand-wash with mild soap and water
  • Recipes included
Crock-Pot® Little Dipper® Food Warmer, Silver is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No thank you The little dipper was included with the large crock pot that I bought. I'm not even interested in using it since the bowl is not removable from the heating unit.
Date published: 2016-11-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from MAKES PERFECT STEEL CUT OATS OVERNIGHT! This little puppy is the killer app for steel cut oats (aka Irish Oatmeal). Put in 3/4 cup of steel cut oats, then fill with water to the very top. It only takes 5 hours to get them perfect, but leaving it longer is fine -- I've let it go for up to 12 hours and it's still awesome. Note: if cooked longer than 5 hours, it does create a crust of overcooked oats around the edges. This is no big deal because the crusty oats stick to the sides and don't come out when serving, only the perfectly cooked center portion comes out. You only lose about 10 or 15 percent of the oats to the sides. To clean, fill with water, and the overcooked oats soak up the water and a become soft to easily remove in an hour or so (or later that night when you're ready to use it again). Or you can use a plastic scraper to get them out with some water immediately. Usually, I put the oats and water in and plug it in at about 10PM, and at 7AM there is a nice healthy breakfast waiting and ready. To cool off the oats to edible temperature, I mix in some frozen blueberries (or fresh blueberries with almond milk), and the meal is ready in seconds.
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from no contols over temp and non removable pot I looked at this did a pass Perfect size for a cheese dip salsa or chocolate but no temp control mean burnt if you do not watch it and unplug it and that not good with a non removable bowl which makes it very hard to clean especially with burn on stuff so
Date published: 2016-03-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from disapointed I used it for the first time today to keep my dip "warm", instead, it made it so hot, no one could eat it right up the warmer, no way to keep it warm, it stuck to the bottom. Then, how to wash it? Oh well.
Date published: 2016-02-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very well built Perfect product......does a geat job.......recommend to all
Date published: 2015-12-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from difficult to use My wife bought the Crockpot Little Dipper for me as a gift. It sounded terrific but proved to be pretty useless. Not even close to the other Crockpots we own and use. The food container does not come out of the heating unit making it extremely difficult to clean. There is no temperature control. The cord is so short its hard to find a place to use it, and at party's it is useless. It does not live up to the Crock Pot brand.
Date published: 2015-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product for small tasks I use my Little Dipper to keep gravy warm at every holiday and it never burns it! I have a cute little stainless steel laddle that fits it perfect. I also end up bringing out my 1.5 qt, 4 qt. and 6 qt to help keep the side dishes warm after they are prepared.
Date published: 2014-06-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It has its problems It has no temp controls so you have to keep a really close eye on it because it will burn the food.
Date published: 2013-10-27
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