A Hands-Free Lid Holder Designed for Slow Cookers!
WHERE do you place your lid when you need to stir, season or plate your food?!
- How do you keep the messy condensation from the lid off your countertop and out of your food?
The solution is Lid Pocket!
- Lid Pocket holds the lid so your hands are now free to stir, season or plate the food.
- The reservoir catches the messy condensation keeping it out of your food and off your countertop.
"I never know where to place the lid!"
Problem solved! Lid Pocket simply attaches to the rim of your slow cooker and holds your lid.
Lid Pocket keeps your lid close by and off the countertop and out of the sink.
Lid Pocket, now made in the USA, is great for home use, potlucks, parties and tailgating!
Hands-Free solution when stirring, seasoning or plating the food
Keeps lid nearby and off the counter and out of the sink
Built-in reservoir collects the messy condensation
Keeps your countertop free and clean
Stores inside most slow cookers
Fits most slow cookers 2-qt. and Up; rim size up to .75"
Lid Pocket is great for home use, potlucks, parties and tailgating!
Made in the USA.
Crock Pot/Slow Cooker MASHED Potatoes Recipe! A time-consuming favorite made super simple!
Enjoy treating your family more often to a classic favorite with this simple recipe! Mashed Potatoes made super simple! Ingredients: 5 pounds Yukon Gold potatoes, cut into quarters, no need to peel 1/2 cup Unsalted butter (1 stick) 1 tablespoon salt 1 cup beef stock Black pepper 8 oz sour cream 8 oz cream cheese Chives, minced (approx. 1/3 cup) Do this: Toss together the potatoes, butter, salt and a generous amount of black pepper in a 6- to 8-quart slow cooker/crock pot. Cook on HIGH 3-4 hours until the potatoes are very tender; stir once or twice during cooking. Then add the sour cream, cream cheese and mash the potatoes with a masher until they are smooth and creamy. Just before serving, fold in the chives and season again with black pepper and salt to taste. The beef stock gives a nice flavor to the potatoes; however, they won’t be as white in color as boiled potatoes. When the sour cream and cream cheese are added — the potatoes do lighten up. For a thicker mashed potato, try adding less broth.
Simple Chuck Roast with Root Veggies; Crock Pot, Slow Cooker Recipe
Slow Cooked Roast is the BEST! Roast and root veggies come together to make a hearty dish that will nourish the body and feed the soul. Plus, your prep time is minimal with maximum results. Ingredients 4-pound chuck roast 1 packet dry onion soup mix 1 cup beef bone broth; low sodium recommended (or stock) 4 carrots, chopped into 1-2 inch pieces 2 medium onions, cut into wedges 3 potatoes, quartered 5-6 whole cloves of garlic Directions -Season the roast with the dry onion soup — apply to all sides of the roast. -Put all the ingredients into the slow cooker — placing the roast on top. -Cover and cook on LOW for 3-4 hours. (Cook times vary depending on your slow cooker, size, and how full it is. We used a 6-qt for this recipe and 3.5 hours was perfect.) -Remove the meat and veggies. (Use the liquid to make gravy if so desired!) -Salt and pepper to taste. Enjoy in good health and good company.