"The Lid Pocket may be one of the most ingenious inventions of the 21st century for the kitchen."
- Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

  • Does the lid for your slow cooker end up on your counter taking up space and making a mess?

  • Does the condensation drip all over the counter or into your food?

  • At parties does your lid end up piled up in a sink with all the other lids?

  • Have you gone home with the wrong lid? Or broken a lid?

The solution is the Lid Pocket. The Lid Pocket holds the lid so your hands are free to stir, season or plate the food. The reservoir catches the condensation keeping it out of your food and off your counter. It holds the lid close by so you never go home with the wrong lid and the sink remains empty and available for use during the party. Also, the Lid Pocket conveniently stores inside your slow cooker.

Check Out These Delicious Recipes…


Santé Fe Chicken Chili — Slow cooker/Crockpot Spice up your day with this simple and delicious chili!  Add cornbread cubes for interest, texture, taste and, of course, variety!  So GOOD!  Put a log on the fire; invite the neighbors over and enjoy with good conversation and laughter! -2 pounds chicken breast cut in ½ inch […]

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              Slim Summer Soup!  This is a simple way to work more veggies into your diet.  Also, it helps you feel full on fewer calories.  If you don’t like vegetables – try to acquire a taste for them!  The nutrients in veggies are vital for health and maintenance of your body – your […]


Apricot Bacon-wrapped Chicken Breasts. So tender and so tasty – a very beautiful combination of flavors!   Make this for a party or a family dinner — a simple recipe with great rewards!  The prep time is less than ten minutes and there are only three ingredients!  Check it out: – 2 pounds of chicken breasts […]


Tailgate Zingy Teriyaki Chicken Wings — Slow Cooker/Crock Pot Recipe.   This is a great tailgating recipe for crock pots, slow cookers!  Easy to make and so good!  Party on! Ingredients: 3 Pounds chicken wings 1 Cup honey 1/2 Cup low-sodium soy sauce 2 Tablespoons ketchup w/out HFCS (I use Annie’s Naturals Organic; or Simply […]


Brunch Egg Bake.  Try this recipe for Mother’s Day Brunch.  Serve along with a colorful bowl of fresh fruit (mangoes, kiwi, strawberries, star fruit), some monkey bread, hazelnut coffee and Mimosa!  Brunch is served. – 1.5 dozen eggs – 1.5 cup milk – 2 lbs of hash brown potatoes – thawed (adjust cooking time if […]