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Enter to win an Instant Pot ~ four winners!

When I first heard of Instant Pots I was amazed to learn about all they can do. You can cook a meal so fast–which sure is handy for us busy moms and homemakers, right? Read about why Mom would love an Instant Pot for Mother’s Day and be sure to enter to win one. We have 4 to give away to 4 different winners!

Instant Pots can be used as a:

  • Slow Cooker
  • Pressure Cooker
  • Rice Cooker
  • Sauté Pan
  • Yogurt Cooker
  • Steamer
  • Warmer

I haven’t even scratched the surface with all mine can do yet. One feature I love is that you can use it to sauté. When we didn’t have a stove for a while, it was a snap to make stir fry in it!

In case you don’t know what a pressure cooker is, it means you can cook meats (and other foods) really fast. I tried this with chicken and it worked perfectly. Frozen to the table in less than 30 minutes.


I have friends who use theirs practically every day. There are numerous posts around the web with amazing recipes. Just type in what ingredients you have, and you’ll probably find a recipe for it. Use any slow cooker recipe as well.

Instant Pots are quick, convenient, and help to make delicious and healthy meals. Why wouldn’t every mom or homemaker want (or need) one?  Well, if you still haven’t jumped on the Instant Pot bandwagon and bought yourself one, you have the chance to win one right here!


I’m partnering with 24 of my blogging friends to give away FOUR Instant Pots!  Yup, FOUR!!  Just in time for Mother’s Day.  What an amazing gift that would be, right?!
To enter for your chance to win, simply use the Rafflecopter form below to enter.  Now, I know that is quite a few entries for you, but each of these bloggers generously chipped in their own money to bring you this giveaway, so I hope you will take the time to do all of the entries.  And hey, the more entries you do, the better your odds are at winning!
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Giveaway ends May 10th at 11:59pm EDT.  The winner will have 48 hours to respond to email to claim prize.  Please be sure to read the Terms & Conditions upon entering the giveaway.

Win an Instant Pot ~ 4 winners

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  2. Julie Waldron says:

    I was 23, we have two girls ages 23 and 21 🙂

  3. Annmarie W. says:

    I was 33…and have two children

  4. Brenda Jahnke says:

    I was 21 when my daughter was born. I have a daughter and 2 sons.

  5. I became a mom at 18. I have 2 daughters and a son and have lost 2 babies.

  6. I had my first and last at the “advanced maternal age” of 39. We are grateful for the beautiful gift God gave us! 🙂

  7. I was 21 and I have 8 kids now.

  8. I became a mom right before my 30th birthday. I have one daughter by birth and two other girls that we are raising as well.

  9. Hmm… my friends all have this…Maybe one day I’ll trade up.

  10. I was 24.. and now have 4 kiddos.

  11. Nicole Smith says:

    I was 22 and I have one 10 year old and two angel babies. My son would have been 2 this past April and my other daughter would have turned 1 this July. I still count my little angels. Most people don’t but I am still their mother.

  12. 29 almost 30. 2 kids.

  13. Sarah Jackson says:

    I became a mom when I was 19. Our kids are 15, 11, 6, 4 and 2

  14. Elise Fong says:

    I was 32 years old when my first daughter was born and 34 when my second was born. The firstborn will be heading to college this Fall. Oh my heart!

  15. I was 26yo with my first child and I have 3 daughters.

  16. I was 27 when my first baby was born. 37 when the youngest, #6 was born (actually, turned 37 two days later).

  17. I was 22 when I had my first kid (girl). I am now 30 and have three kids, two girls and one boy. 🙂

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