Crock-Pot Hook Up Connectable Entertaining System Giveaway ($140 value)

The people at Crock-Pot have thought of everything with this new system.

This is the Holy Grail, Mack-Daddy of Crock-Pots!

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The Crock-Pot® Hook Up™ Connectable Entertaining System provides the flexibility to entertain your way.

Crock-Pot® Hook Up™units plug into each other to create the perfect table setting for any size party.

You can hook up to 6 units using one outlet or just use a single unit alone – whatever is convenient for you and your entertaining needs.

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The Crock-Pot® Hook Up™ Connectable Entertaining System can be fully customized so you can build a setup that works for your party or event.

Guests are going to be so impressed by an elegant-looking buffet, or an Italian station with pasta, meatballs, chicken parmigiana and sausage and peppers.

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Maybe an Asian station with a stir fry, rice, or wanton soup. Or create a taco bar complete with meats, rice, beans and toppings.

You can get as creative as you wish, knowing your food is going to stay at the perfect temperature.

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Available configurations include a round 2-Qt cooker

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An oval 3.5-Qt cooker

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And an oval 2 x 1-Qt double cooker

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Each unit has individual low, high, and warm manual settings for added convenience.

All are removable stoneware with lids, and are dishwasher safe.

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With football season upon us and fall in the air, it’s time to fire up your Crock-Pot and make something warm and comforting that’ll make you feel cozy inside.

A few of my favorite recipes to make in my Crock-Pot (or are easily adapted to be made in one) include:

Bourbon Maple Slow Cooker Baked Beans (vegan, GF) – The best baked bean recipe I’ve ever tried

Bourbon Maple Slow Cooker Baked Beans (vegan, GF) Recipe at averiecooks.com

Bourbon Maple Slow Cooker Baked Beans (vegan, GF) Recipe at averiecooks.com

Double Melted Cheese and Red Pepper Dip (GF)

Cheesy Taco Casserole (gluten-free, vegetarian/vegan)

Cheesy Taco Casserole (gluten-free, vegetarian/vegan)

Loaded Baked Tater Tot Dip (GF)

Loaded Baked Tater Tot Dip (vegan/GF) averiecooks.com

Chips and Cheese Chili Casserole (vegetarian/vegan, GF)

Chips and Cheese Chili Casserole (vegetarian/vegan, GF)

Are you ready to Connect, Customize, and Entertain?

One lucky reader will win the new Crock-Pot® Hook Up™ Connectable Entertaining System , starting at $139.99

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325 comments on “Crock-Pot Hook Up Connectable Entertaining System Giveaway ($140 value)”

  1. I love to make cobblers and freezer to crockpot meals for easy dinner nights!

  2. I love to make shredded goose breast in the crock pot!

  3. I love to make potato soup in the crock pot!

  4. I am going to try over night oatmeal to have ready for breakfast! Won’t I surprise them!

  5. I’d make chilis!

  6. I would love to win this. I would make spaghetti sauce!

  7. I love to make Chili in my crock pot!

  8. I love the thought of using the entertainment crockpot

  9. This is one of the smartest things I have seen in a long time!! The first things I would make using the Crockpot Hookup System would be pulled pork and slow cooked italian beef dippers, thank you for having this giveaway for such a smart product!!!

  10. This looks like such a smart idea for entertaining!

  11. I love these. I’ve never seen them before.

  12. i would like to cook a meat, veg, and dessert in this great trio!

  13. I use my crockpot all of the time!! I would love to use this for the upcoming holiday season!

  14. Our favorite thing to make in a crock pot is Italian Roast beef. You just use a rump roast or chuck roast, add 2 packets of Italian dressing mix, a cup of water, and let it cook on low for 6-8 hours. Near the end, add some pepperoncinis. I like to add about 1/2 a jar, but add more if you like it spicy! Makes great sandwiches, and it’s so easy!

  15. Chili would be made first ~ this look some great crock pot.

  16. My favorite thing to cook in the crockpot is chilli or apple butter!

  17. bacon bone soup

  18. Pumpkin Bisque.

  19. I think a set up like this would REQUIRE a themed party to put it to test! Mexican? BBQ?
    My favorite go to for crock potting is pulled pork, makes the house smell great on a cold winters day, and everyone is salivating come meal time!

  20. Crock pot Mac and cheese and BBQ Chip-Chopped ham. Yum! Both are my moms recipes. :)

  21. I like to make stews and chili.

  22. I love making spinach artichoke dip, chili, and cheesy taco dip in the crockpot!

  23. I would have to say pulled pork sandwiches

  24. I think I’d make chili first. As for my favorite thing there are just too many great things you can make in a crockpot. But likely my favorite if I had to select one would be make ahead mashed potatoes for Thanksgiving. You can make them a day or two in advance and then the morning of you bring them up to heat in the crockpot. It works awesome and makes the day less stressful!

  25. ONE of my favorite things to cook in my crock pot is Guinness brisket for sandwiches. With football season upon us, this would be PERFECT for me to have a get together and share my brisket and some sides!

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