Crockpots and slow cookers have become a staple in any household kitchen all over the country. People use it for cooking multiple dishes, be it braises or frothy stews. As far as cookers go, almost all cookers in the market do a good job. Therefore, the distinction really comes down to price. Furthermore, there are certain instant cookers that may be much faster due to thinner metal inserts and better sealing capabilities.
Following are some of the best crockpots in the market today.
KitchenAid® 6-Quart Slow Cooker
This model from KitchenAid® is one-of-a-kind. Consumers report how durable it is and how it is not like your traditional cooker. It comes with a digital display so you can also set a timer and see how it is progressing. The cooker also has a “keep warm” option that allows you to keep your food warm for hours if you are entertaining guests.
Crock-Pot® 6.0-Quart Slow Cooker
This a very convenient and easy-to-use model that gets the job done without much of a mess. The pot can initially be used to get meats to saute onions and garlic, amongst other things. When you are done with the pot, simply put the cooker in and within no time you will be done. It is great for ensuring there is no mess and not too many pots and pans are used. It can also be used for reducing sauces. The cooker is dishwasher-friendly and you can even pop it in the fridge if you want to eat some food the next day.
Instant Pot 7-in-1 Pressure Cooker
This instant pot is great for preparing a meal in time. Imagine getting home from work, tired, and getting your food ready in half the time. Nothing beats a quick dinner so you have time to relax afterward. Besides this, there are plenty of buttons labeled soup, stew, bean, chili, and more, for beginners, in case you are unsure of what to do.
All-Clad 6.5-Quart Programmable Oval-Shaped Slow Cooker
The All-Clad is regularly considered as one of the best crockpots. Be warned that it is a bit on the expensive side, but the sleek design and removable insert make this one a no-brainer. It also has a program feature and a timer so you can leave it to cook. After the timer goes off, the “keep warm” mode kicks in automatically and conveniently.