It all started in 1970 with a simple bean-cooker. Over four decades later, with millions of Crock-Pots sold around the world; we have defined the perfect way of serving affordable, tender, nutritious and delicious meals to families and friends.
Countless meals and new recipes have been created with pride in Crock-Pot slow cookers. While many different tastes and many different styles have evolved in slow cooking, Crock-Pot slow cookers have always kept up with the pace.
To fully-programmable, automatic-stirring slow cookers, we continue to develop products that make it even easier to enjoy flavoursome, convenient, home-cooked meals without handing to spend any time in the kitchen.VIEW OUR SLOW COOKERS
Quickly prep your ingredients, pop them in the stoneware and set the timer for 4-10 hours and wait for your delicious slow cooked meal. It’s easy!
Crock-Pot slow cookers are energy efficient, only using between 75 and 150 watts of electricity on LOW and between 150 and 210 watts on HIGH. It cooks all day for only a few pennies!
Just like any relationship, it takes time to get to know each other. Slow cooking really develops the flavours, particularly when doing something like a curry. Let your Crock-Pot ingredients get to know each other!
Good taste meets healthier meals! Slow cooking is an excellent way to retain more vitamins, juices and minerals
Slow cooking is much more cost effective; buy cheaper cuts of meat which will tenderise during the slow cooking process. Buy a larger slow cooker than you need and create batches of stews, curries or casseroles and serve up for lunch the next day.SHOP NOW
Slow cookers make cheaper cuts of meat like lamb shoulders, chicken thighs and beef briskets taste delicious with a little time for cooking properly. Try it for yourself!
Your Crock-Pot will have a tightly sealed lid so the liquid won’t evaporate. If you’re adapting a standard recipe, reduce the liquid by 1/3 and ensure it only covers the meat and vegetables – make sure you don’t overfill!
Just like the liquid doesn’t reduce, it also doesn’t thicken. Either roll your meat in a small amount of flour before adding it to your Crock-Pot, or add cornflour at the end!