Slow Cooker Liners FAQs

Yes, stir your recipes using a wooden, plastic, or nylon utensil. Do not use metal utensils or utensils that have sharp edges or tips, as they can tear the liner.
Yes, Crock-Pot™ Slow Cooker Liners are BPA-free and meet the requirements of US FDA 21CFR 177.1500 – Nylon resins for cooking temperatures up to of 400°F.
Leftover food should only be stored in the liner while still in the slow cooker stoneware. At no time should the liner be lifted from the stoneware with food inside. While the slow cooker liner material is excellent for cooking, it does not provide a barrier against moisture loss for food that common freezer bags do. Freezer storage is not recommended for slow cooker stoneware.
Yes, follow package directions for lining the slow cooker stoneware. Place food in the lined-slow cooker stoneware, cover and refrigerate.When ready to cook, place slow cooker stoneware in slow cooker heating base, then turn the slow cooker on. Cook according to the recipe. Remove all foods from the slow cooker stoneware before removing the liner to prevent tearing.
No. Crock-Pot™ Slow Cooker Liners are not designed for use in a microwave oven.
Rarely does the liner stick to the bottom of the slow cooker, but if it does, it’s usually due to a tear in the liner. To remove stuck-on food and the liner, allow the slow cooker to cool to room temperature, then soak the slow cooker stoneware in warm water, gently wash away all residue before using the slow cooker again.
Labels are provided for convenient labeling of leftover foods. Labels are for use only on disposable containers.
The liners are made of nylon resin to ensure safe cooking at any temperature setting when using with your Crock-Pot™ slow cooker.
Yes, this product is certified Kosher and carries the Kosher symbol.
No. Crock-Pot™ Slow Cooker Liners are disposable and intended for one-time use only. Do not wash and reuse this product.