Crock-Pot® Hook Up® Connectable Entertaining System Review and Giveaway! #CrockStars

*Alyssa from Arts and Crackers was my blog contributor for this post. All her opinion are her own and not swayed by outside sources.*

I blog over at Arts & Crackers and was invited to try out the Crock-Pot Hook-Up unit which I received share one of my favorite slow cooker recipes and more about the Ultimate Crock-Pot Crock-Star Contest. I used it to make some chili for dinner, but there are so many dishes you could make.

unnamedThe Crock-Pot Hook-Up system is perfect for entertaining; you can use the unit along or connect up to 6 of these slow cookers for a buffet of food! The units come in various sizes from large to small. I tried out the 2-quart pot which was perfect for making the amount of soup we need for our family. If we had guests, say for Thanksgiving dinner, I could hook up the larger pot or if we wanted chili dogs or chili cheese fries, I could hook up one of the smaller pots for some melted cheese! This Crock-pot is convenient with a store-away cord and an easy-to-use on/off/warm knob and I really love that it can hook up with others. unnamed-3

Impress holiday guests with an elegant spread courtesy of the original and leading slow cooker brand! This system allows consumers to connect, customize and entertain their way, plugging up to six individual Crock-Pot® Hook Up® units into each other to create the perfect slow-cooked spread for any size soiree, from large to intimate. Connectable units are sold individually and can be used together or apart. Two new items for Holiday 2014 are a large capacity 5-Quart slow cooker for even grander parties and a stainless steel warming tray for keeping pre-cooked foods warm. Each unit has individual settings for added convenience and all removable stoneware and lids are dishwasher safe. Units are also stackable for easy storage. MSRP: $39.99-$49.99.

As you can see in my video above, we had fun making a chili with our crock-pot. Come enter the #CrockStars contest today and click here to learn more:

Giveaway: One winner will receive a crockpot. This giveaway is run via rafflecopter so click read more to see the actual giveaway. The only mandatory entry is to tell me what is your favorite crockpot meal to make in the comment section proceeding the post. While the other entries are optional, I highly suggest filling it out to increase your chances of winning. US only. Good luck!

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  1. Annette says

    I love making chili in my crockpot. It really lets the flavor of the juice and tomatoes into the beef and beans!!! Yum!!!!

  2. Betsy Barnes says

    My favorite meal to cook in my Crock Pot is Chili. I use ground turkey to make it healthier. It is my family’s favorite meal, usually make it once a week during the fall and winter months :)

  3. says

    That chili looks good! I just made Prime Beef dip in my crock pot for dinner tonight! This system is pretty cool. I love their triple dipper warmer:)

  4. melikegarfield says

    I have an old vegetable, beef, potato stew I make every winter. The family just loves it…especially with some freshly baked bread.

  5. Amy Pratt says

    I love cooking a pot roast with onions, and then making sandwiches while out in the desert rock hounding.

  6. Tina says

    It’s a tie between veggie chili and madras lentils. I also love to make a puddingish Mexican Chocolate Cake. I love slow cookers. They really are the best.

  7. Michelle S. says

    I love using my crock pot! The two things I make the most often are chili and ham and beans. I also make apple butter with the crock pot that comes out really good.

  8. Toni Porter says

    I love my family’s faux-rotisserie chicken recipe. It tastes like a rotisserie chicken from the store, but without the added cost.

  9. Mary Beth Elderton says

    I love to cook a whole chicken–brown it quickly for one meal…broth and leftover meat with veggies for soup for another meal.

  10. Marilyn Nawara says

    Pot Roast is my favorite meal to make in the crock pot. Put it in about noon with seasoning and you have a great Sunday Dinner.

  11. ellen beck says

    My ffavorite has got to be spaghetti- honestly it is the easiest thing ever to make and hold up so well plus reheats great too.

  12. Debra S says

    I love so many things slow-cooked. The meats turn out so so so much better, slow-braised! The favorite has to be good old Pot Roast. Then, so many pork cuts. And beef brisket, too.

  13. says

    I love to cook my vegetarian chili recipe in the Crock Pot. It’s very easy and it’s a recipe I know off the top of my head. It’s a favorite in our house.

  14. says

    A make pork chops with a can of cream of mushroom soup, two beef bouillon cubes and a tbsp of lemon pepper. Cook until fork tender. SOOO good!

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  15. Carla Ball says

    so love cooking turkey breast in crocks..they just fall apart and the broth is just right for making the gravy..Thank you

  16. Jill Myrick says

    My favorite slow cooker recipe is beef burgundy with lots of fresh vegetables and mushrooms.


  17. madison frady says

    I love to cook my beef stew. I put lots of veggies and lots of gravy. yummy.


  18. Terra Heck says

    My favorite crockpot meal includes chicken breast, black beans, corn and salsa. Thanks.

  19. cynthia Painter says

    I love to cook anything in the crock pot because it is so easy but my family loves my beef roast with veggies the most!

  20. Diane W says

    My favorite recipe to make in my crock pot is a goulash recipe that my dad use to make. It takes me back to happy times when he was alive.

  21. Brandi G says

    We love King Ranch chicken in the crockpot. I made it when my daughter had a play date, and the little girl raved about it to her mother!

  22. Ashley Busse says

    I love cooking with a crockpot! My favorite meal to cook in one is probably chili. It all comes together so well when slow-cooked!

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