Crock-Pot Slow Cooker Giveaway

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This time of year one of the highest searched items on our site is Slow-Cooker recipes, and for good reason!  Slow-Cooking and autumn go hand-in hand when you can leave simmering flavors on your counter-top and have dinner ready with minimal work.   Today we’ve teamed up with Crock-Pot® to give away one of our favorite new items:  The Crock-Pot® Casserole Crock™ Slow Cooker

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I was so excited to see this new product because it’s sized for a 9×13 casserole and can go from oven to crock.  That means that aside from cooking in the slow-cooker, you can bake up a casserole and keep it toasty warm when serving in your own home,   Or pop on the lid and pop out the handles to carry it to a friend’s house.

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Plus it come in fun colors and this adorable design (this is the one I have- it’s so, so cute.)

 

Product Description from Crock-Pot® Slow Cooker:
The Crock-Pot® Casserole Crock™ Slow Cooker makes family dinners, potlucks and parties easier than ever. Its rectangular design is the perfect size and shape to prepare everyone’s favorite casserole dishes, lasagna, desserts and more. It’s ideal for make-ahead meals you and your family can come home to, simplifying mealtime.

The unique stoneware is also oven-safe for use in conventional ovens to cook and warm. With portability in mind, the Casserole Crock uses our Cook & Carry locking lid system for easy transport, without spills or mess. It also makes entertaining easy so you can prepare a casserole or dish in advance, then let it slow cook. You can enjoy your guests or get to other party preparations.

When your kitchen oven is working on overload, the Crock-Pot® Casserole Crock is a lifesaver by freeing up space in the oven.

  • Slow cook delicious casseroles, lasagna, dessert and more
  • Secure-fit locking lid featuring Cook & Carry system for mess-free portability
  • Oven-safe, 9″ x 13″ stoneware with 3.5 quart capacity
  • Manual controls – high, low and warm settings
  • Dishwasher-safe stoneware and lid
  • Cord wrap for neat and easy transport

This month is CROCKTOBER, and every week Crock-Pot® Slow Cooker will be giving people a chance to win a new prize!  Go HERE to enter, and visit theCrock-Pot® Slow Cooker Facebook page to figure out how to unlock additional prizes and increase your chances of winning!

Today, we’re also giving away a Crock-Pot® Casserole Crock Slow Cooker here on Our Best Bites- Enter using the form below to win!

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791 comments

  1. Fauxtisserie chicken is my favorite slow cooker recipe from you guys. Im not even sure if it’s on the site but it’s in the first cook book 🙂 I love both of them! I have never made a recipe of yours that I do not like. I love my our best bites cookbooks SO much that I bought one for a friend and sister in law. And because of bragging to my friends about it I have a friend who also bought for her mother and sister in law. If you ever happen to come out with more books, I will absolutely have to have them all. 🙂

  2. I haven’t tried any recipes yet, but I’m almost positive i pin about every other one to try in the future. Just need to dig them out of the depths of the internet again!

  3. Slow cooker taco chicken!! I’ve really been wanting to try the chicken enchilada soup in the slow cooker – hopefully that will happen this winter!

  4. I’d like to make the Ratatouille! I don’t have a crockpot so at the moment I can only dream about tons of slow-cooked dinners 🙂

  5. Fauxtisserie chicken without a doubt. But looking through the index I noticed several others I’d like to try. Who would ever have thought that a crock pot would be described as “cute” and yet there’s no better word for the one you showed that you have.

  6. Do I “have” to pick just one? It’s a toss-up between your French Dip Sandwich and Cranberry & Cola Glazed Ribs. Both are so delicious! I just took a peek at your Slow Cooker section and realized how many more I have to try! Love this giveaway!

  7. I haven’t tried any of your slow cooker recipes yet, but I am sure I will in the coming weeks since I have fallen BACK in love with slow cooking recently. It’s just SO easy!

  8. I haven’t tried any of your slow cooker recipes yet but this would help me get started! I see a lot of people raving over the fauxtisserie chicken–I’d love to try it.

  9. We use crockpot for refried beans (and cooking other dried beans)–they’re so easy and everyone in our house loves them. Thanks!

  10. I haven’t tried any slow cooker recipes from OBB yet, but I’ve been meaning to try the Kalua Pork for a long time, I need to get on that!

  11. I’ve actually never tried any of the slow cooker recipes specifically from here, but, looking through them, the kalua pork is making my mouth water and I have my own refried beans and black bean & sweet potato chili recipes I’ve been using for years.

  12. Just made Sweet Potato Turkey Chili the other night and cracked up when my 4-year-old took one bite and said, “Dang, Mom . . . that’s GOOD!”

  13. I have to say that my family and I looovvvveee your french dip recipe! I have used it a lot, even for big events like my daughter’s high school graduation dinner for family and friends. It is always a big hit! I love how easy it is to make using the crock pot too. You guys have been a meal lifesaver time and time again! Thanks!

  14. SWEET!!! My Crock Pot broke a couple weeks ago and I’m trying to decide on how to replace it so this would help so much! I’m a big fan of cooking chicken breasts, taco chicken and chicken enchilada soup! Yummm!!

  15. Taco chicken, chicken enchilada soup, tortilla soup, French dip sandwiches, I could go on all day. Ahhhhh this is a dream crockpot! Ahhh

  16. My favorite is the slow cooker taco chicken! I can use it for three dinners! Tacos the first night with fresh pico de gallo. Then I use the chicken in quesadillas the next night. And then the third night I use the leftover chicken and pico on a Southwestern pizza with black beans, corn and lots of cheese! Yum!

  17. I like your version of the Slow Cooker Kalua Pork. Had searched around for a recipe for the pork & this is the one I go to now for good results.

  18. I haven’t tried any yet but I’m intrigued by the overnight apple cinnamon oatmeal- I’ll have to try it and see if my kiddos will eat it! 🙂

  19. My favorite slow cooker recipe is the taco soup! There are a lot of crazy taco soup recipes out there, and this one is simple and delicious!

  20. I haven’t tried your slow cooker recipes yet, but I am itching to give the saucy hot dogs a whirl. Maybe for Halloween?

  21. Hands down Kalua pork! We lived in Hawaii for a few years and I always make this and put on some Hawaiian music when we’re missing the islands!

  22. I’ve tried many of your recipes, but not a crock-pot one yet. But I am looking for new ones and there are so many I want to try! The slow-cooker kalua pork looks amazing!

  23. While I haven’t made it yet, the Slow Cooker Taco Chicken is one I really want to try (I daresay it would be one of our favorites!). My family really loves Mexican (and Mexican inspired) food! (And it looks super easy too – a bonus!)

  24. Gotta be the Black Bean and Sweet Potato Turkey Chili! I get asked for the recipe all the time. Super cute crockpot and I am shopping around for a new one. Oh please random contest picker gods, pick me!

  25. I haven’t tried any “slow cooker” recipes. That said, I have used several of your soup/stew recipes in the slow cooker. Taco soup, Chicken Chili, etc…

  26. I’ll be honest, I have never done one of your CROCKPOT recipes…but I love you guys! And I am interested in getting into crockpot cooking – just looked through all your delicious-looking crockpot recipes and I am going to try the chicken enchilada soup!

  27. I’m thinking I want to try your split pea crock pot recipe! It may be my new favorite. I’ve never tried this before but I am a fan of split pea soup…also a really good memory from my childhood when I went to my great-grandmother’s house…it was raining and she made split pea soup. It’s still one of my favorites today and I think that was the first time I had ever tried it. She had a tall red shiny apple red vinyl stool and little jam jars shaped like seahorses that we used for drinking glasses.

  28. I’m a college student, and my family uses our crockpot ALL THE TIME!! It’s the easiest thing for dinner when you’re sending kids off to school and have things going on at night. Anyway, one of my favorite recipes is your overnight apple-cinnamon oatmeal… and your baked oatmeal (I know that isn’t a crockpot recipe. But anyway… yeah. Crockpots are awesome – and those are the cutest ones I’ve ever seen! <3 🙂

  29. The overnight oatmeal is one of my favorite dishes! We just have to modify for mine and my daughter’s food allergies. This would definitely help!

  30. I love a lot of the recipes, but our two favorites are the chocolate zucchini bread and the no guilt alfredo sauce. Pretty much weekly staples at our house. 🙂

  31. My favorite is easily the black bean sweet potato turkey chili… I love that it tastes even better the next day and makes so much to have plenty of leftovers!

  32. One of my favorite slow cooker recipes is the kalua pork. I would love to win one of these casserole crocks! I just had twin girls on Sunday and this would make dinner so much easier!

  33. French dip sandwiches made in the slow cooker are the best. I love this new slow cooker! I can think of all kinds of ways to use it for my family of six! Thanks for the chance to win an awesome prize!

  34. I looked over the list of your slow cooker recipes and I was shocked to realize I haven’t tried any of them! I’ve made so many of your recipes (I know I can count on a winner every time!), but not from that category. So the Fauxtisserie Chicken and French Dip will be among the first I will try!

  35. French Dip sandwiches are so-o-o easy, and yummy. Personally, the pepperoncini recipe is even yummier, but for whole-family-easy-meal, definitely french dip.

  36. I think the fauxtisserie chicken and kahlua pork are neck and neck. Of course, all of your stuff is so good, it’s really hard to choose.

    Love the look of this crockpot, I’m thinking mardi gras chicken would cook wonderfully in there.

  37. This might be fudging it a little, but I love doing your spaghetti and meatballs in the crockpot. Everyday Chili from your second cookbook is another slow-cooker favorite.

  38. The Chocolate Pudding Cake is the most popular one by far. Other recipes I make appeal to different family members and friends but they are unanimous in asking for the pudding cake.

  39. Slow Cooker Caramelized Onions is the BOMB in a slow cooker!!

    Slow Cooker Caramelized Onions

    5 large onions, sliced
    1/4 Cup olive oil
    1/2 tsp. salt

    Place sliced onions in slow cooker with oil and salt Stir to coat. Cook in slow cooker on low for about 10 hours or until they reach the stage of caramelization you like.

  40. I made the crock pot chocolate pudding cake recipe a few weeks ago, and my boyfriend and I loved it! Such an easy way to get dessert on the table.

  41. Beef tips and mushrooms slow cooked in cream of mushroom soup. Soup turns into a dark brown gravy and served over rice or mashed potatoes. So good!

  42. Southwest Beef. We put it in tacos or serve it with rice. It makes lots so I always freeze some for later meals. Plus it’s really easy and delicious.

  43. Is saying every one of your recipes are my favorite an option? LOVE your fauxtisserie chicken and slow cooker taco chicken! 🙂

  44. Slow Cooker Chicken Taco recipe is great….All the recipes I have tried from your blog ae wonderful. Thanks for sharing them and with the fun insructions too!!!

  45. As much as I like trying all of your dishes in the Crock-Pot, I am a CHOCOHOLIC, and I LOVE Slow Cooker Chocolate Pudding Cake! Thank you for the chance to win this Crock-Pot Slow Cooker! ~Jean

  46. I’m so glad you posted this giveaway because I had no idea that you guys had so many slow cooker recipes. Through this, I discovered the option to sort your recipes by cooking method and now it’s like a whole new website all over again! I LOVE using my slow cooker and I’m excited to have a new recipe source. After a quick scan, the Indian Spiced Lentils sound like something that’s right up my alley!

  47. I just love taco chicken and recently prepared it for a birthday luncheon for my stepdaughter whose oven was broken. The taco chicken was a big hit. Thanks for all the great recipes.

  48. My girls love sweet and sour meatballs!! I love the easiness! I love my crockpot, but sure isn’t as pretty as this new line!

  49. I love a bunch of them but I’m gonna have to go with the majority on this one and say the Fauxtisserie Chicken! Definitely a fav in our home 🙂

  50. I think the only slow-cooker recipe from you I have tried is your Rosemary White Beans. They are delicious. I will have to try some new recipes because I’ve never made anything of yours that I just didn’t like.

  51. What I consider your taco chicken. I will cook up a whole batch, shred and freeze for various meals. I am not sure if that is the real name of it though.

  52. I just made the crock pot taco chicken and LOVED it!! The chicken was super moist and now I get to use the leftovers to make the creamy chicken taquitos!

  53. I love your Slow Cooker Taco Chicken! And can’t wait to try your Slow Cooker Chicken Enchilada Soup! You guys are the best! Thanks for the opportunity!

  54. I actually haven’t tried any OBB crock pot (slow cooker) recipes. I think all I’ve ever cooked in a crock pot is a roast, or kept cranberry orange cocktail meatballs warm in it for holiday parties. I did see an actual more-than-dumping-one-thing-in-it recipe on the internet somewhere (probably pinterest or maybe fb) that piqued my interest recently, though. It was a crock pot lasagne recipe, and this 9×13 slow cooker would be PERFECT for trying that out!

  55. I have a recipe for Costa Vida chicken that’s so simple! I love crockpots –especially in the summer when I don’t want to turn on the oven or cook over a hot stove. This would be awesome to be able to brown a crispy top on something in the oven really fast after it cooked all day in the crockpot though.

  56. I know it’s pretty new, but I loved the chocolate cake you made in the slow cooker. I’ve made some versions before, but really liked yours. So did everyone else who got to sample it.

  57. I love the chicken taco recipe…we are taco fans and having something in the crock-pot is so handy for spending a minimal time in the kitchen. Thanks.

  58. I like the slow cooked cafe rio style pork. One time I accidentally put in white plum juice from our yard instead of apple juice, and it was amazing! 🙂

  59. Sweet potato turkey chili! I anxiously await the cold weather each year just to eat it! Then we have it once a week for the whole season!

  60. LOVE LOVE LOVE the chicken enchilada soup. Looking forward to the temps dipping a lil lower in AZ to make some more yummy recipes! Thanks for this awesome giveaway!

  61. I love your soups – especially the black bean soup (that lime totally makes it!) and the white chicken chili. Pretty much all your recipes are yummy!

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