Mini Crockpot Cooking For 2? by Ann Cohen

in Here is your first Forum Wed Jul 10, 2013 2:00 pm
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When you hear the word crock pot or slow cooker you immediately picture big families sitting down to big hearty meals of beef stew or chicken or even chili for the super bowl party, now families of one or two can take advantage of cooking in a crock pot or slow cooker and still enjoy the benefits of slow cooking while still only making a meal that is just enough for the two of you <a href="http://recoverytruck.nibblebit.com/2013/...favorite-socks/">nibblebit</a>.</p>
<p>You can even use the mini crock pot to keep your sauces and dips warm. This is great for entertaining or the holidays when you have alot of family and friends visiting. Chocolate or Cheese dips stay warm and don`t get hard. The attractive design makes it a welcome addition to your table <a href="http://www.nbyukon.com/telescopic-curtain-rod_p13.html">telescopic curtain rod suppliers</a>. Which makes it great for dipping those strawberries. Even better for just the two of you. Mini crock pots come as small as 16 ounces and are just as versatile as the bigger versions.</p>
<p>The crock pot has always been a popular item in the kitchen, now that there are "mini crock pots" the crock pot has grown even more in kitchen use. The smaller crock pot is perfect for the single person, childless couple and the empty nesters allowing them to prepare a meal in the morning, head off to work and after a hard days work have a wonderful hot meal waiting for them.</p>
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