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Amazon.com: 6-in-1 Instant Pot Programmable Pressure Cooker (5-quart) for just $49 shipped!

Get the Instant Pot Programmable Pressure Cooker for just $49 shipped!

Amazon has the 6-in1 Instant Pot Programmable Pressure Cooker (5-quart) for just $49 shipped right now — the lowest price ever on record!

This is a 6-in-1 multi-functional cooker (pressure cooker, sauté/browning, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer & warmer) with a large, easy to use control panel. 10 built-in smart programs: meat/stew, sauté, poultry, soup, bean/chili, congee, steam, multigrain, rice and slow cook with 3 adjustable modes.

I don’t have one of these, but I keep hearing rave reviews from people I trust and am considering getting one. If you have one, I’d love to hear if you’d recommend that I buy one and what you use yours for.

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5 Comments

  • Amy says:

    I bought one in July when Amazon had that Prime Day and use it weekly. I make chicken broth every time I buy a rotisserie chicken from Costco and freeze it. All you do is cover the chicken bones with water and cook for 2 hours. The thing has paid for itself in chicken broth already. I have made yogurt, need to do that again but baby number 3 is keeping me busy. It is great if you eat paleo or pretty clean because I have found some great beef recipes. Barbacoa and French dip sandwiches are my favorite. I also make a batch of chili lime chicken weekly for my lunches. It cooks for 6 minutes and is not dry at all!

  • I own an instant pot and love it. I make yogurt almost every 2 days as we consume lots of yogurt at home.

    My instant pot is used primarily for Indian cooking. But you can make anything with it without too much hassle. Even wrote a review about it in my blog.

    This is a great deal. Take advantage of it if you’re in the market for cooker.

  • Amy f;) says:

    Mine came last week. So far, I have read the instruction manual, set everything out on my homeschool table and then stared at the insta pot a lot. It seems really complicated to start out and I’m really sleep-deprived right now!
    My good friend swears by her instapot and uses it very frequently, though.

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