BIG Holiday Giveaway: Instant Pot 6-in-1 Pressure Cooker & 2 $50 Amazon Gift Cards ($419 value)

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289 Responses

  1. I’d like to try cooking meat…a roast. i’ve heard it is the most tender meat you’ll ever have when you use one of these cookers.

    1. I would make broth too! Bone broth…I have some frozen grass fed bones in my freezer and I’ve yet to do anything with them. I am on a recent path to healing autoimmune issues and I’m on a steep learning curve over here. A pressure cooker would be an awesome help!

  2. The first thing I would cook would be turkey bone broth!!! I put the word out at work that I wanted turkey bones ..thinking that everyone would just laugh 🙂 I received 6 turkey carcass after Thanksgiving and two huge ham bones. They may think I”m nuts but the are glad to enable me ♥

  3. Rice, soups, potatoes, all kinds of yummy stuff would be found in the Instant Pot if it comes to my house! Thank you for the opportunity to win this great cooking pot.

  4. Hello,

    My New Year’s resolutions to focus more on healthy whole food and less on the store bought process foods. For my first meal in the Instant Pot 6-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker I would cook Garlic Pulled Pork. I think the slow cooker would make the meat super tender and extreamly easy to pull.

  5. I’m honestly not sure what to do with a pressure cooker, but I’d love to try to figure some recipes out. Can you cook broth in a shorter amount of time?

  6. Wow, this thing is amazing! I would make a lot of things but my favorite thing this time of year is soups, stews, and chili! Central New York is cold and it sounds like this would help to keep us warm . I would probably have soup cooking in it every day 🙂

  7. I would cook winter soups and I also want to try cheese cakes that I’ve seen recipes to cook in crock pots and I’d cook rice and vegetables. I like that it has a stainless steel cooking pot. That is important to me.

  8. I would love this pressure cooker. All those days that I get to the end of the day and the end of my energy – I would throw something fabulous in and – voila – dinner is ready! Thank you.

  9. Thank you for the giveaway 🙂 I would love to try dried beans, meat, my bone broth, and soups! I am sure their are so many, many things that I’m not familiar with that would be so fun. And easy 🙂 Love your blog

  10. I would make bone broth to heal my leaky gut, and also pork roasts. This is a great giveaway. Thank you.

  11. What wouldn’t I cook with it?? I could see myself using this for bone broth or for quickly cooking dried beans and legumes. Wonderful giveaway!

  12. I have 4 pressure cookers, 2 crockpots and love using them. I look forward to creating new recipes for beef and pork. My signature pressure cooker recipe is New Mexico Hominy with Pork Shoulder in Red Chile Sauce.

  13. I think I would make a whole rosemary chicken with veggie. thanks for the chance to win. have a great holiday.

  14. I would like to cook roasts and stews so that dinner can cook safely while I am outside tending to farm chores!

  15. I don’t think it’s amazing, other than it would be MUCH faster: I would cook up several batches of beans and bag them and freeze flat in recipe-size portions. That way I can just grab a bag, whack it on the counter to loosen it up a little, and proceed with my recipes. MUCH cheaper than even the cheap canned beans! Thank you for the giveaway!

  16. This would be great for cooking all sorts of yummy winter dishes: roasts, lesser cuts of meat, soups and stews from leftovers, chili, you name it!

  17. I would make lots of soups and stews. I have a few recipes that I have been dying to try that require a pressure cooker!

  18. I can think of so many different things to cook in the 6 in 1 that it’s hard to pin it down. Probably start with a nice pot roast or roast chicken and move on from there.

  19. What wouldn’t I cook in this amazing pot!?!? It looks like one of those “how did I ever manage without it” kind of kitchen tools! Beans are great cooked in a pressure cooker, roasts and stews, too!

  20. Jennifer, I would be cooking just about everything in the Instant Pot but would really like
    to cook rice in it. My rice cooker sputters all over the counter.

  21. My husband is a hunter and I have all kinds of wild, grass-fed meats that I would love to cook in the Instant Pot to increase the tenderness and moisture.

  22. This is the next item on our healthy kitchen overhaul shopping list. It’d be in use continuously, making roasted meats, nourishing stews and everything else I can learn to use it for. Thanks so much for making these offers. Good luck everyone!

  23. I would first cook up a pot of beans, then use them for rice & beans, refried beans, chimichangas, tortillas, and on and on!

  24. The options are endless when using this programmable crockpot cooker. Having lunch meals ready for after church on Sundays is a challenge. Have the main course programed to cook while away from home would be great then all I would need to have ready would be a couple of sides prepared the day before. Hearty soups and stews would be great this time of year or meaty roasts cooked to perfection. YUM!

  25. I think the first thing I would do is try my hand at the pressure cooker and make a roast dinner with carrots and potatoes!

  26. I’m interested in preserving foods and canning things like tomato sauces and chutneys. Other than that, I would definitely use it to cook beans!

  27. I’d do stock. Been making it for over a year now and just read a Modern Alternative Mama article on making stock…result: not cooking it long enough. This would help. Thanks.

  28. I’d love to use this to help feed my family of 8. With so many of us, time is of the essence and a pressure cooker could definitely speed things up!

  29. I would make some awesome Paleo pulled pork, chili, chowder, soup, stew, brown rice, etc. I could definitely use this most days of the week to feed my 3 ever growing boys.

  30. I would like to use it for my meats. We eat very little meat but buy local grass-fed meats that are not only far better for you, but can be pricier than the stuff in the grocery store (and that’s OK, I would rather pay the higher price for the good stuff!) Anyway, I want to be able to enjoy every bite 🙂

  31. The first thing I would cook is a pot of beans. For the life of me I cannot seem to get dry beans to ever fully soften up. It’s driving me crazy. Then I’d try a venison roast (needs all the tenderizing it can get) and bone broth. 🙂

  32. Honestly I’d cook anything I could in there! Meat, bone broth, soup…yum! I have to eat a strict Paleo diet so I make almost everything from scratch. This cooker would save me some time. Maybe I’d even get more sleep…ahhhhh! ;P

  33. Both of my sons are the chefs in the family, though I have been know to get my cook on. Pulled pork sandwiches are something I am known for, and this quick cooker machine could take care of the meat while I concentrate on the corn bread biscuits and sides.

  34. I don’t know what I would make! I’ve never used a pressure cooker, so I would probably look up recipes and just try a few. I’m sure I would use this, though!

  35. I volunteer on a late friend’s farm. She passed away while building the farm after a freak accident on the property. In order to convince her family to not sell the land and show them how her vision could still come to fruition, we have, as a community, volunteered through many workdays to make the farm as close to what she envisioned as possible (A permaculture-based, community-based, educational farm). My husband and I do the cooking for about 30 folks on these workdays. Having a pressure cooker would really help to be able to provide not just the food, but while that’s cooking I can donate my own two hands to help with the actual work that needs to be done. For the next workday we plan to do chicken tandoori, a vegetable curry, lots of rice, and some chutneys. So I will most definitely use the pressure cooker to make a vegetable curry! Sorry for such a long winded explanation. 🙂

  36. I would love to use this to make chilli and soups. My favorite all season foods. Endless uses. My mother in law has something similar and it is amazing.

  37. I would love to do my broth in the pressure cooker! But that’s just a start, there would be all sorts of chicken dishes, soups, stews, etc. I’ve been meaning to get one but just haven’t gotten around to it yet.

  38. I just received a soup cookbook for Christmas that I can’t wait to make and this would make it a breeze for me!!!!

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