Good news for those of you that have been patiently waiting for the Instant Pot 7-in-1, 6 qt.! It has dropped to the lowest price ever just $68.95 as Amazon’s Deal of the Day, so you are the lucky ones that get to pay the rock bottom price for this model! This is $10 lower than what I paid last Black Friday!
This deal will expire tonight at 2:59am EST, or SOONER if they sell out. This is probably THE most popular item of the season, so don’t wait, grab it here now. You’ll also get FREE shipping.
This is the size I have and it’s been a great fit for roasts, whole chickens, large batches of soup and more. The 7-in-1 acts as a pressure cooker, sauté/browning, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer & warmer as well as a yogurt maker.
Last year the price went up for Cyber Monday so I wouldn’t recommend holding out if you’re interested.
New to the Instant Pot? It’s one of the most popular small kitchen appliances. It’s basically an electric pressure cooker. So, unlike a stovetop pressure cooker, the Instant Pot locks, seals and releases steam if there’s too much pressure, so there’s virtually no concern of explosions as there have been with traditional pressure cookers.
The Instant Pot cooks like a slow cooker, but in a fraction of the time. For example, I make roasts in an hour that are as tender as if I’d slow cooked it all day. Whole chickens can be cooked in 25 minutes, chicken breasts in 15 minutes, bone broth in 2 hours (as opposed to 24 hours stove top). One of my favorite things about the Instant Pot is I can cook rock hard, frozen meat (because we all forget to defrost meat from time to time!) quickly without defrosting it. I cook frozen chicken breasts in 25 minutes and they come out extremely tender and juicy, you’d never know it was cooked from frozen.
The Instant Pot also eliminates the need for multiple pans, pots and dishes. You can saute the meat in the Instant Pot prior to cooking.
Here’s what reader Nikki says about her new Instant Pot:
“I love the Instant Pot! It has changed the way we eat- real food so much more accessible and convenient that we never find ourselves running out and getting carry out in a pinch. I’ve made whole meals of course but also yogurt, artichokes, beets, hard boiled eggs, soups- the list goes on and on. A bit intimidating a first but super easy once you get the hang of it. I am buying another as soon as I see a deal!”