This is a question that has been on many people’s minds recently, and the answer is yes. But for some who are still confused, this blog post will cover everything you need to know about putting your crockpot in an oven. You’ll find out how long to cook it for and what temperature setting to use!
Can You Put a Crockpot in the Oven?
You might want to put your crockpot into an oven if:
You don’t have enough burner space on your stovetop or countertop (or even an outdoor grill). If you’re cooking something big like Thanksgiving turkey but can only fit one pan at a time in the kitchen.
To warm up food because of a power outage or just because you want to.
How long should I cook my crockpot in the oven?
If your recipe is a dish that normally cooks on low for six hours, then bake it at 325 degrees Fahrenheit (163.15 Celsius) for three and a half hours or 350 degrees Fahrenheit (177.80 Celsius) for two hours and fifteen minutes with aluminium foil covering the top of the pot halfway through the baking time so that any condensation from cooking can evaporate off into vapour instead of collecting on the lid’s plastic surface which would create water droplets during high-temperature cooking inside an oven; remove the cover after one hour). If your recipe calls for a medium setting, cook in 275 degrees Farenheit.