The CrockPot Lunch Warmer: Demonstration

CROCKPOT WARMER lentil soup

In a previous blog, I discussed gadgets that you might want to have at your disposal when packing meals.  Every once in a while, I will report on how well these and other gadgets work.

This morning, I decided to heat up some of the frozen curried lentil soup I made the other day.  I placed a portion of it, still frozen, in my own CrockPot lunch warmer at 11:20am and plugged in the device.  At 1:20 pm, I took a photo.  As you can see, the soup is completely thawed.  I can also attest to the fact that it is piping hot and ready to eat.

This is the first time I’ve tried the warmer out on frozen food, and it performed well.  If I were working in an office, I would probably plug it in at the morning break to get the food properly heated by noon.

If you’re interested in finding out more about this device, please see my earlier blog concerning brown bag equipment.

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