Crock Pot Tools That You Need Right Now

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I pretty much use my Crock Pot year round and this is what I've found: it's the easiest way to cook, hands down. However, there are a few tools that make cooking with a Crock Pot or slow cooker even EASIER. Here are my top picks of CROCK POT TOOLS THAT YOU NEED RIGHT NOW! They'll make your life simpler and you'll wonder why you haven't been using them already.  Trust me.  {smiling}
By the way, here are  5 TIPS FOR BETTER SLOW COOKING IN YOUR CROCK POT. Used in conjunction with these tools, you can't go wrong.  {wink}
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A Good Crock Pot!

I know this sounds like a no brainer and you might be wondering why I'd include a Crock Pot on this list, but a Crock Pot that travels well is a great tool.  This particular model is programmable and has a locking lid so that you can take your Slow Cooker with you without worrying about the lid falling off.
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Slow Cooker Liners

Slow cooker liners will save you loads of time in clean up because all you have to do is remove the liner and throw it away. SCORE. The liners are BPA free, too!
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Crock Pot Recipes

Most people have a few recipes that they use over and over, but one of the best pieces of advice I can give is to try new recipes. Use  recipe books, trade recipes with friends and try recipes you find online! Don't get pigeonholed by a hand-full of recipes.
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Meat Shredders

Many, many slow cooker recipes call for the meat to be shredded at the end.  Meat shredders make a huge difference in how quickly and easily you can shred your beef, chicken or pork for the recipe. Think tacos, pulled pork sandwiches and shredded beef salads etc.
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Wooden Spoons

Wooden spoons are nice to use in the Crock Pot because they hold up to the heat and heft. Many times slow cooker items are "heavy" and so you need a utensil that is strong enough to stir everything you have in the pot.
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Cutting Board

Most recipes call for some advanced preparation like dicing vegetables and meat, so you'll need a good cutting board.  I love a good  butcher block like this one.
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A Good Knife

A good knife is essential for your prep. Seriously makes all the difference in the world. They are capable of doing everything.
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Tablet Stand

If you use your tablet or phone to get your recipes, then you definitely need a  stand. It makes a ton of sense and until you have one, you don't know what you are missing!
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Ladle

Chances are, you are going to make a dish in your Crock Pot that is going to require a ladle.  This ladle is perfectly proportioned for cooking and serving.
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Tongs

Tongs work great for taking meat or other big items out of your slow cooker.
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Do you have any crockpot tools that have made cooking with your slow cooker easier?

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