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Slow Cooker Flawless Baked Potato * *

Slow Cooker Flawless Baked Potatoes

  • Cooking Time:

    8 hours
  • Servings:

    can vary

Ingredients

Potatoes (russet, sweet, or red - as many as you need)
Salt
Olive Oil

Slow Cooker Flawless Baked Potatoes is a recipe to keep handy for the holidays when oven space is limited.

  1. Wash, then pierce as many raw potatoes as needed.
  2. Wrap in foil.
  3. Place in slow cooker on Low for 8 hours.
  4. Unwrap a few minutes before eating.
  5. Serve with your choice of toppings.

Note: If using potatoes to mash, then lightly rub potatoes with olive oil prior to wrapping and then the skins will fall off more easily.

Happy Crocking!

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Julia Martin
Julia Martin
9 years ago

I made the nacho chesse chicken chowder tonight for my family and everyone loved it. Can’t wait to try another. Thanks I’m a true fan for life
happy crocking to U

Kris
Kris
2 years ago
Reply to  Julia Martin

I couldn’t find the recipe for Nacho Cheese Chicken Chowder. Where would I find that? Thank you.

Amy
Amy
7 years ago

It seems like so many of your reciepes, while it is awesome that you can do them all in a crockpot, it seems they take waaaay longer to do then if you just spent 20-30 min on the stove to make them.

Amelia
Amelia
7 years ago
Reply to  Jenn Bare

Exactly, CONVENIENCE! I get up at 430 every morning. I work full time, finishing up a degree, and at 5, I go pick up my daughter and infant from daycare. those days that I make dinner in the crockpot, I thank God I have one because after making sure the kids are situated, bottles clean, homework done, both mine and child, then we eat dinner. For those evenings when I haven’t used the crockpot, dinner doesn’t get started until almost 7, then we’re eating closer to 830 to 9. So, those who have 20 minutes to start dinner whenever, cherish… Read more »

Kim
Kim
7 years ago

Wrapping in foil steams the potato; if you want a crispier skin, omit the foil, rub the potato with olive oil and sprinkle with salt.

Joy
Joy
7 years ago
Reply to  Kim

Do you add water to the slow cooker with bake potatoes

Chris
Chris
7 years ago

Definitely making this if I have leftover sausage from the cookout today!

Shirley
Shirley
7 years ago

is there a way to do this without the foil? I try not to use aluminum

Joy
Joy
7 years ago
Reply to  Jenn Bare

Sound good

Bev Helbig
Bev Helbig
7 years ago

It’s the ease of being able to put something in the crockpot before I go to work in the morning and comming home to a home cooked meal that makes my crockpot non-negotiable. Also, everything in the crock makes for fast and easy clean up. A microwaved meal does not taste like a meal slow cooked all day!!

pam
pam
7 years ago

Enjoy my slow cooker for some things, sometimes but wondered about the energy used to cook potatos for 8 hours in a crock pot versus 45-60 in an oven. Also learned from my daughter if in a hurry can wash, pierce, place in a grocery store plastic bag, put in microwave. Very large potatos were done in 8-10 minutes

rose
rose
6 years ago
Reply to  pam

I don’t think those shopping bags are approved for food use. I believe it says it on the bag itself. Go and buy those potato bags made for the microwave. I had gotten one a few years ago and it does make a perfect potato for a small bunch. For a larger crowd the crockpot sounds perfect.

Debbie Owens
Debbie Owens
7 years ago

I put my question in the comment section of this potato post but I thought I might get a better response from here. I want to buy a crock pot but there are so many out there to choose from. My husband is a big eater and we both love left overs so we need a large one. I have seen both the digital ones and the ones with a nob to turn. Not sure which one is best. I have read that the ones with the built in thermometers are not so good and that I want one with… Read more »

Manyhats
Manyhats
7 years ago

Approximately how long does it take to get a regular russet potato done and what setting do you do them on (or doesn’t it matter)

Donna Ruby
Donna Ruby
7 years ago

I don’t need to add any liquid to the crock? I’m concerned about the crock pot being on for 8 hrs with no liquid in it unattended.

Danielle
Danielle
7 years ago

This might be a stupid question, but I better ask before I mess something up: do I wrap each potato individually, or all the potatoes I want in one large foil wrapping? Tks.

Carrie
Carrie
7 years ago

I made these last week. They were pretty good but my husband likes a crunchy skin like the way it gets in the oven. Wondering if you can cook in the crackpot then throw in oven for a bit to get the cooked skin??

Lauren
Lauren
7 years ago

Can I put these on high and if so how many hours do you recommend?

Nancy Risk
7 years ago

I want to make crockpot German Goulash. Where can I get german noodles or how can I make them. Thank You, Nancy

rose
rose
6 years ago
Reply to  Nancy Risk

Do you have a recipe you can share for that german goulash?

Bob
Bob
6 years ago

I just bought a five pound box of sweet potatoes. Will this recipe work for them, or must I adjust it?

Suzanne
Suzanne
6 years ago

I made the baked potatos in the crock pot once, just like the instructions said, except think mine were in the pot for abou 10 hours. The insides of the potatos turned brown? Not sure why this happened?

Becky
Becky
6 years ago

Probably a silly question but is this meant for just a single layer of potatoes or could you double the layer if the crock pot is large enough?

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