Asked on Sep 02, 2017

What can I substitute for crock pot liners?

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  • I never use crock pot liners, I have a thing about cooking food in plastic. For me, no big deal to wash a crockpot.

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    • Betty Betty on Nov 25, 2018

      I have the same problem. Too heavy and clumsy even when empty so it is a problem to wash it. (I have arthritis in my hands) Did you find anything? I am still searching.

  • Molly Anmar Molly Anmar on Sep 02, 2017
    Don't use any liners at all if you don't want to. Just give the crockpot a good spray with cooking spray (Pam) before you put the ingredients in it.

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    • Molly Anmar Molly Anmar on Sep 03, 2017
      Ouchie!

      I don't know that there's any substitution for them and I think you'll just have to bite the bullet and order them online at Amazon, Ebay or Walmart.com. Some brands are around $1 each and the Reynolds brand from Walmart is about 50 cents each.

  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Sep 02, 2017
    If you use something else it may not be able to handle the heat and may melt into the food you are cooking in your crockpot. If you want to line your crockpot I would stick with what is made for that purpose and nothing else.

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    • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Sep 02, 2017
      I definitely agree with the heavy weight, it would be nice if they would include some kind of basket at least to take out the roasts with, otherwise I just serve out of the pot.

  • Marge Creedon Marge Creedon on Jan 03, 2019

    You can use parchment paper in a Crock Pot. It makes cleanup a breeze. Its not being lazy, as someone suggested. If you have arthritis, those pots are heavy. They're heavy if you don't have arthritis.

  • Maxine Maxine on Jan 03, 2019

    Foil wrap fitted to shape of pot