Copper Chef Bacon Crisper REVIEW |

What is Copper Chef Bacon Crisper

As per the TV infomercial, it is an air frying crisp wave rack that makes delicious bacon and drains excess fat and oil on a non-stick drip sheet.

Copper Chef Bacon Crisper CLAIMS

Make crispy, delicious bacon – Copper Chef Bacon Crisper guarantees to air fry crispy bacon right at home without the additional oil and grease. It states that its elevated non-stick Crisp Wave Rack holds the thin or thick bacon strips and air fries it from 360 degrees without the need to turn it. At this point in time, there are no Copper Chef Bacon Crisper reviews available to attest its claims.

Guilt-free cooking – Copper Chef Bacon Crisper assures to have a design that removes the excess oil from the non-stick drip pan. The air frying and fat removal make it a healthy option compared to other preparation methods. More shall be known once users review it.

Multi-purpose design – The large design of Copper Chef Bacon Crisper convinces to cook a dozen bacon slices, meatballs, mozzarella stick and more. The drip pan can also be allegedly used as a baking sheet for making cookies. Both wave rack and pan can be placed in the dishwasher for easy cleaning. Copper Chef Bacon Crisper reviews will expose the truth.

Copper Chef Bacon Crisper Review

Rebecca Lee, a Copper Chef Bacon Crisper customer writes in her review that the pan is too shallow to hold the bacon slices. As a result, they keep falling over. The grooves on the crisper are so close to each other that it takes over an hour to even cook 6 slices. Also, she needed to turn the bacon midway through the cooking cycle as it cooks on the top portion well. According to her Copper Chef Bacon Crisper review, this elongated duration of cooking burnt the grease on the pan below and left marks that couldn’t be scraped off at all.

Another reviewer, Tim Bryan complains that Copper Chef Bacon Crisper bakes in an uneven fashion and took away the entire flavor of the bacon. He also noticed that the ends were overdone by the time the middle portion got cooked well.

One other customer, Diana Bishop says in her review that Copper Chef Bacon Crisper doesn’t cook the bacon golden brown at the bottom. She suspects that it might work better if bacon is cut uniformly end to end. Also, she found that the burnt over grease on the pan left black spots that wouldn’t come off even after cleaning it over and over again.

A Copper Chef Bacon Crisper review by Shari Newton discloses that she didn’t find it useful and instead saw oil splattering all over her bacon. She also reveals in her Copper Chef Bacon Crisper review that her smoke alarm went off due to the grease burning in on the pan.

Blake Keller’s Copper Chef Bacon Crisper review exposes it to be a horrible investment since it doesn’t do anything that it promises to. It fails to keep the bacon crispy and leaves one side soggier than the other.

A reviewer, Rochelle Jones also asserts that Copper Chef Bacon Crisper fails to cook the lower side of the bacon in a crisp manner.

Another Copper Chef Bacon Crisper review by Lucy Todd states that it fails to bake crispy bacon no matter what setting and temperature is used in the oven. The bacon is overcooked on top and undercooked on the bottom side every single time.

Copper Chef Bacon Crisper Questions and Answers

Q. Are there similar or better alternatives available than Copper Chef Bacon Crisper for air frying bacon?
A. Yes.

Q. What setting works best while using it in a convection oven? Will it cook best on convection roast mode or convection bake?
A. Even after trying it on various ovens at various cooking temperatures, the results weren’t crispy enough.

Q. Will the bacon splatter all over the oven?
A. The oil does splatter a bit but there it isn’t messy.

Q. What temperature and duration should Copper Chef Bacon Crisper be used in the oven?
A. Use it at 400 degrees F for 20 to 25 minutes for softer bacon and 25 to 30 minutes for crisper bacon.

What do I get?
2 Copper Chef Bacon Crisper Pans with CopperTech at the Official website

6 Comments on "Copper Chef Bacon Crisper REVIEW |"

  1. Went to put tray and crisper in oven for first time and it would not fit! Bent the handles, took out rack and then it fit. Instructions say 450 degrees for 15-18 mins, but I did 400 for 15. Took out after 10 minutes because did not want them over-done and smoke coming out of oven. No grease splatter or spillage (6 slices). Will try full 15 mins next time. Did set off fire alarm when I opened oven. Cooked on both sides, no burnt ends. Thin slices. No black spots on pan. Pan is about 3/4 of an inch deep, so will hold A LOT of grease.

  2. This is absolutely the worst item. I cook my bacon on 400 for 20 to 25 minutes. Within two months there were black lines across the copper and then the copper starting flaking off. It was a total waste of $20.00

  3. Disappointed. If you follow the instructions, 450 for 20 minutes for thick cut bacon, you will get charred ends and uncooked middles with grease flying all over your oven. Smoke everywhere. What a mess and yes, black spots burned on to the pan. I will try again at 400 for thick cut, but even though we got 2 medium sized pans, we have to use both for 10 pieces because they overlap each other on the rack. This is using Oscar Mayer bacon.

  4. tilman wright | March 26, 2019 at 9:37 pm | Reply

    First time using pulled the ccet or anything to make it safer won’t use it again..risper out on the shelf and it shot ff onto the oven door and greese shot eveywere. No warning that th unit was so lite it should be placed on

  5. After cooking 6 pieces of bacon the 1st time I used the bacon crisper at 450 degrees for 20 minutes, as recommended for thick slices, it burned the end and the bottom of the pan had big black burn spots. Cannot get the burned black spots off without using a Brillo pad. What a waste of money!

  6. Ok it takes 20 to 30 minutes to cook bacon on this thing, according to the Q&A above, in 20 to 30 minutes on my Cast iron grill I could Air fry that pan into a molten pool of aluminum after I have cooked my crispy bacon that I will cook in the first 3 minutes of that time on my stove top, what a waste of time and energy some of the reviewers above state an hour to cook six slices, in an hour they should be able to cook like 60 lbs of bacon and the energy wasted powering a stove for an hour to get six slices of half cooked bacon is huge…

    And if you want “guilt free” bacon just cook it and place it on a few sheets of paper towel to remove any extra oils from it, really a few sheets of bounty will solve this problem copper chef is trying to invent …

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