Life is just easier with an Instant Pot. The world-changing device can turn a recipe’s two-hour cooking time into 20 minutes, help lower your energy bill, and clear overflowing cabinets by replacing multiple appliances.
The only way the Instant Pot could possibly make things even easier would be if you could control it when you’re not even home.
Psh, like they didn’t think of that. The Smart 7-in-1 Instant Pot with Wi-Fi is a thing, and it’s $30 off at Amazon today.
Nearly identical to the Instant Pot DUO Plus, this model is a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer, warmer, sauté pan, and yogurt maker — and not only are you getting seven functions in one little device, but you’ll only be using about 30% of the energy that a stove uses.
Just like the convenience of smart lights or locks, the Instant Pot app allows you to control your Instant Pot’s settings when you’re away — so busybodies who aren’t home to monitor food progress can ensure that they’re not coming home to an overly-browned or cold meal. (This is the improved model of the discontinued Instant Pot Bluetooth. If you see any crappy reviews on Amazon, don’t worry — they’re mostly about that one.)
Amazon customer Paige Emmrich writes:
I LOVE THIS PRODUCT. I’ve been finding myself telling everyone and anyone that they need this instant pot. This had simplified my life so much and also has allowed me to make things I never would have made on my own. I’ve made tamales, purple rice, ramen, Pho, Tikka masala, French onion soup, sourdough bread, fish, honestly the list goes on and on. I bought one for my mother after mine arrived and she has stopped using her oven/stovetop all together. The speed is incredible, I’m so blown away.
The app also offers 750 recipes to try. That’s a new meal every day for nearly two years. (If you’re team Android, you might want to opt for a different model — we’ve heard that the Android app currently kinda sucks.)
Regularly $149.95, you can save $29.96 and grab it for $119.99.