Compare Slow Cookers

Breville Slow Cooker

Breville VTP105 Black 4.5 L Slow Cooker

Breville is one of the best names in the business, and this slow cooker is one of the best around. Its auto-cook function means the cooker does the work while you get on with your day, and the removable ceramic pot allows you to serve straight to the table. Read more

  • Supplier:Amazon
  • Rating: ★★★★☆ 

  • InStock
  • Price £33.59
Morphy Richards 48715 - 6.5 Litre

Morphy Richards 48715 - 6.5 Litre Slow Cooker

A big slow cooker from a big brand, this is perfect for large family soups and stews and everything in between. Three heat settings and a glass lid mean that you’re always in control of the cooking and a dishwasher safe bowl means you don’t have to worry about the cleaning. Read more

  • Supplier:Amazon
  • Rating: ★★★★½ 

  • InStock
  • Price £34.96
Morphy Richards 3.5 Litre

Morphy Richards 48710 - 3.5 Litre Slow Cooker

With the same build quality and features as its big brother, this slow cooker is perfect for those with a smaller appetite. Its compact size means it can fit in any kitchen and safety features include non-slip feet and cool touch handles.Read more

  • Supplier:Amazon
  • Rating: ★★★★½ 

  • InStock
  • Price £22.00
Morphy Richards Slow Cooker

Morphy Richards 48724 - 5 Litre Digital Slow Cooker

With its digital interface and countdown timer, slow cooking has never been easier than with this 5-litre pot from Morphy Richards. A convenient and economical way to cook stew, soup, chilli and anything else you can think of.Read more

  • Supplier:Amazon
  • Rating: ★★★★☆ 

  • InStock
  • Price £69.99
Lloytron Slow Cooker

Lloytron 3.5 Litre Slow Cooker

Low in price but high in quality, this Lloytron slow cooker has everything you need to create perfect meals; three heat settings, glass lid, removable bowl, cool touch handles and non slip feet.Read more

  • Supplier:Amazon
  • Rating: ★★★½☆ 

  • InStock
  • Price £22.99
Traditional Slow Cooker

Crock-Pot 4.7 Litre Traditional Slow Cooker

Crock-Pot is THE name in slow cookers and this traditional model has a removable bowl that can be placed straight on the stove top, microwave, oven or fridge freezer. Three cooking settings mean you’re in control and it even comes with recipes included. Read more

  • Supplier:Amazon
  • Rating: ★★★★☆ 

  • InStock
  • Price £57.99

Buyers Guide – What To Look For In A Slow Cooker

After its modest beginnings as a bean cooker in 1970s America, the slow cooker has become a common feature in kitchens the world over and is the simplest and most economical way to make everything from soups to stews.

But with the vast array of slow cookers out there, how do you know which one to choose? Read on…

Size matters…

The first thing to consider is the size of cooker that you’ll need – there’s no point buying a cheaper 3.5litre model if you’ve a family of five to feed. On the other hand, you don’t want to be splashing out on a larger crock pot if you’ll not fully utilise it.

So think about when and how you’ll be using the cooker and buy accordingly; as a rule of thumb, the smaller models will cook for two or three people, the largest versions will do for about eight.

…and so do features.

Although they all do the same job, not all slow cookers are built to the same specification, but there are some features that you should always look out for:

Removable cooking pot – this allows you to serve food straight from the pot and ensure no heat is lost.
Glass lid – so you can see how the food is coming along without removing the lid.
Timer – a timer is essential to avoid over-cooking food. Also try to pick one with a keep warm function.
Three heat settings - a lot of cookers only come with two heat settings, which is adequate, but three will give you that extra control over cooking.

If you are likely to be transporting the cooker, if you make a chilli for a party for instance, then a cooker with a locking lid is essential.

Anything else?

Although no other utensils are needed there are a couple of things you could buy to compliment your cooking. For instance, a recipe book for slow cooking ideas, a good range of knives, spatulas and spoons for preparing food and containers in various size so you can freeze any leftovers.

Compare slow cookers

Now you’re fully armed with all the information you’ll need to get the right slow cooker – but don’t just go for the first one you see – instead compare slow cookers here to make sure you get the right cooker at the right price.