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Can a Crock Pot Liner Be Used in the Oven?

Can I use the ceramic liner from a slow cooker in the oven?

By adrienne meier from Toronto

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January 11, 20122 found this helpful
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If you limit your heat to 350 degrees F., there whould be no problem. Also, considering it is ceramic, better to place the crock in a cold oven so that it warms gently, rather than putting it into a blazing hot oven (just to be safe). I researched this same query on the internet and have been successfully using it in the oven while maintaining these restrictions.

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December 21, 20160 found this helpful

Great point on putting the ceramic liner in a cold oven than a hot one. It makes sense because the hot oven could damage the ceramic material of the crock pot.

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I would add to cool it off before washing it in cold water.

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January 27, 20100 found this helpful

Adrienne, I have an oval crockpot liner from a crockpot that went bad and I kept it because underneath it is stamped-oven safe. joanie

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January 28, 20100 found this helpful

I have used mine in the oven.. you just cant put the lid in the oven if it has plastic or rubber around it.

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January 30, 20100 found this helpful

I didn't realize this could be done until one of my friends suggested it. Now, I use it to bake things like ziti or mac and cheese, in the oven, then, take the crockpot to work to keep the food warm.

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July 20, 20140 found this helpful

I used my .99 crockpot insert at 350 degrees , kkno problem. :0)

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May 5, 20170 found this helpful

Wanted to use the lid too so I just removed the handle, the rubber vent liner, and the metal band around the outside. Now it's just tempered glass and works great.

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I had a 3-in-1 cooker and of course the base broke. But now i can use the ceramic crocks with the all-glass lid in a slow oven and it's just like a crockpot.

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