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Using Crockpot Insert in the Oven

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You can use your removable crock pot/slow cooker stoneware insert in an oven. Be sure the insert does not have any cracks or breaks in it. I normally coat it with a cooking spray for easy clean-up. I don't use the lid, for fear it would crack or break. If I need to cover it, I use aluminum foil.

By mkymlp from NE, PA

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By Anonymous [848]08/12/2010

This is a great idea but check with your manufacturer what the highest recommended temperature your insert can withstand before doing this!

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I learned from my crock pot manufacturer's website that the ceramic insert can go into the oven up to 400 degrees F without the lid. I just add foil to cover.

Source: Rival website

By Jackie from Medinah, IL