The Crock-Pot 32041-C 16-Ounce Little Dipper is a small slow cooker has one of the lowest capacities on the market today, and at just 16oz, is best for just one person or for sauces and dips and many reviewers also rate it as being the perfect size for perfect overnight oatmeal or for heating up baby bottles or baby food.
The svelte dimensions at 7 inches by 7 inches by 5 inches high mean it can fit in any kitchen or cupboard and is small enough to place on a table for entertaining (if you can hide the cord).
This is a basic slow cooker with no features other than a power cord and a lid but is one of the cheapest on the market. There are no timers or heat settings and reviewers report that the unit does get hot so beware of grabbing the outside when it is on and ensure there is plenty of liquid inside. This model also has no removable crock so many use it as a double cooker using a ramekin or similar with water inside.
As one of the smallest slow cookers on the market, the Crock-Pot 32041-C 16-Ounce Little Dipper is a win for size and price but it’s lack of features and temperature control may get you looking further up the Crock-Pot range.