Crock-Pot Small 2.5 Quart Casserole Slow Cooker, White/Blue

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Crock-Pot Small 2.5 Quart Casserole Slow Cooker, White/Blue
Crock-Pot Small 2.5 Quart Casserole Slow Cooker, White/Blue



  • 2.5 quart capacity, Removable, oven-safe casserole-shaped stoneware
  • Come home to a delicious casserole throughout the week
  • High, Low and Warm Settings to cook and keep food warm. Cord wraps for neat and easy transport
  • Keeps casseroles warm while serving, Includes lid-mounted clips to secure lid
  • Dishwasher safe stoneware and lid

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Specification: Crock-Pot Small 2.5 Quart Casserole Slow Cooker, White/Blue








2.37 Liters

Product Dimensions

13.8"D x 9.8"W x 8.3"H

Item Weight

0.96 ounces

Is Oven Safe




Country of Origin


Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

October 1, 2015

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10 reviews for Crock-Pot Small 2.5 Quart Casserole Slow Cooker, White/Blue

4.9 out of 5
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  1. Lynn E. Mclenon

    This slow cooker is the perfect size for our household of two. I have made soups and stew in it so far and am looking froward to trying other recipes. I have not had the need to use the lock feature but I’m sure it would work fine. I am looking for recipes so I started a FB group called mini slow cooker recipes for 1 or 2. Join me to use this little pot to it’s fullest potential.

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  2. Joyce Margeson

    Ideal para cocinar ricos y nutritivos platillos para una pareja de tercera edad. Fácil de lavar y mantener impecable. La recomiendo

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  3. María Marcela

    plus plus for this slowcooker,,,,functionally and attractive

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  4. TechGirl

    I purchased this slow cooker for 4 reasons:
    1) the locking lid (I hated those steam spatters all over my countertop & this locking lid does the trick!)
    2) easy clean-up (I just lift the cooled crockery bowl out and hand-wash with the rest of the dishes.)
    3) the small size (Now that the kids are “grown and on their own”, we like smaller portions – but are not too keen on leftovers all of the time. The cooker takes up vey little space and can be left to cook on its own while we are busy doing other things.)
    4) convenient traveling size (I packed it for a weekend trip when we were not sure about masking & eating out. A quick trip to the grocery store and we were set.)

    Extremely satisfied with this cooker & confidently recommend it for these reasons.

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  5. Lynn E. Mclenon

    This is a perfect size crockpot for 2-3 people. It is a lovely casserole dish style design that is easy to load up with its large opening. The crockpot has a modern navy-blue pattern and good for travel. A breeze to wash and use!

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  6. S Joey

    Aside from the aesthetic value, this pretty crock pot is perfect for me. I live alone and this makes a great meal plus 2 leftover nights. I made crack chicken and it turned out fabulous. I have no complaints at all and I would recommend it even for a small family. Easy cleanup too

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  7. mrsserenafortin

    Easy to use and holds heat very well. Perfect weight and size for 1 or 2 people. Very versatile.

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  8. Sandy Toes

    If you’re a couple or family of 3, this could be your go-to slow cooker. If you’re a larger family, this will rock your casseroles. There’s a been a lot written about it by others, so I’ll just briefly speak to the features that impressed me the most (or you can skip right down to the last paragraph for a very short TL:DR.

    First, it’s dimensions. Most small slow cookers that are less than 3 qts in volume are of the deep and narrow variety. They don’t easily lend themselves to roasts, a pair of chicken breasts, a, pork tenderloin, or things of that nature. This one, with it’s shallow casserole shape, excels at them. I’ve cooked a skinny pork tenderloin, a 2-pound rump roast, and a pair of boneless chicken breasts. None of them had to be squashed, bent, cut or otherwise compromised to fit. i’m pretty sure it would just as easily handle bone-in chicken.

    This Crockpot doesn’t boil liquids on the Low setting. Most slow cookers (many of them Crockpots) will bring any liquid to a boil within a few hours, no matter if you’re cooking on Low or High. My rump roast took 8.5 hours on Low, and at no time did the liquid in the pot go higher than 207F, as measured on my Thermapen instant read thermometer. I want to braise my roasts, not boil them, and this Crockpot does it very well.

    Serving is easy. Again, this relates to shape. There was no awkwardness when removing any of the meats I cooked. With my other slow cookers (including my Instant Pots) roasts fall apart as I try to remove them, because there’s no way to get a turner under it, or grab it on both ends with a pair of long forks. Upshot, the poor roast breaks into pieces. I was able to slide a turner under the rump roast and stabilize it with tongs for easy transfer to a plate. Same with the tenderloin. And the chicken breasts were easy to pick up with tongs, grabbing the meat from the side (not from above) for a better grip. I like that! I’m planning to try lasagna next, because both times I tried it in big oval slow cookers I wasn’t able to scoop out anything like a slice. It always came out in a goopy mess and the cheese combined with the sauce to turn it sort of pink. Not pretty!

    Finally, I thought I’d give a shout-out to, the website where I found the recipe for “Melt In Your Mouth” Pot Roast. Google the recipe name and look at the photo. That’s exactly what mine looked like! All rich, deep brown, glossy, beefy gravy over a gorgeous brown roast. Do NOT try to skip browning (it’s really quick, I promise), it’s completely worth it!

    TL:DR – To recap, this is a terrific small slow cooker. It’s low walls and wide base make it good for casseroles for a larger family, and also as the primary cooker for a small family. It doesn’t boil on Low, and food is easy to remove from the shallow crock. I give it 5 stars.

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  9. bert

    This is so so nice my big 6 Qt. Is still a Blessing I can take this to a senior friend and plug it on warm for her on her counter !!! The only thing is if you want to place the pot with lid in the fridge the rubber seals in the lid prevent the lid from sitting real firm like other crock pots but putting contents from crock pot in a bowl with lid of course is your regular option . Love it though .

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  10. catjazes

    I have quite a few crock pots and most of them are Rival. I used the larger ones I have a lot when I was working and we had pot lucks. Now that I’m retired they don’t get used as much. I joined a group on FB that is for cooking for 1-2 and had a renewed interest for this winter to put something in my crock pot around lunch time that would cook until dinner. I’ve got the one called the Mini but wanted something more of a casserole style so found this one and it is perfect. It’s first venture was cooking chicken & veggies in a sauce for a deconstructed Chicken Pot Pie and it worked great! Today it will be making the Cheesy Hash Browns I’ve been craving. It makes enough that I can usually put 1-2 servings in the freezer for another day. Rival Co. my only wish is you’d put cord winding on all your appliances so I didn’t have to keep purchasing items to corral the cord. So happy with this purchase!!!

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