All this talk of cooking in the C-Max and nobody mentioned a crock pot on low plugged into the 110V power point?
"Our slow-cooker is a large 5-quart brand with a low cooking power of 180 watts and a high cooking power of 250 watts." from http://www.cookingma...ergy-efficient/ (there are lower wattage ones but that might been way to slow.)
As I recall, the max output is 150 watts on the inverter in the car. My experience using a back massager is that it doesn't much to trip the circuit breaker, though it is possible I just have a bad one. Like even though a device is rated at say 100 watts it may have a surge or something that trips the breaker. (My dealer never did squat about it when I mentioned it. I suspect that somehow dealers get points or money for not doing stuff.)
Perhaps a higher capacity inverter wired directly to the battery could work. That would open all sorts of possibilities. To quote ptjones "YUM!"
Edited by obob, 07 September 2016 - 12:08 PM.