Instant Pot Is Launching a Multi-Use Blender That Can Cook Too
And it’s cheaper than just about every other one on the market.
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Super-powered blending is a trend that’s definitely here to stay and Instant Pot wants in. The brand known for its super-popular multi-cooker is stepping into the blending arena with the new Instant Pot Ace 60 Cooking Blender.
Like the other Instant Pot appliances, this blender does it all. It’s got eight different “smart built-in programs” including ice cream, soup, smoothies and five kinds of dairy-free milk (straining bag included). All these features require a pretty serious control panel. Instant Pot’s blender base comes with a display that shows both cooking time and temperature simultaneously, so there’s no forgetting that you shouldn’t touch the 60-ounce glass pitcher designed to handle boiling and blending all at once.
Thanks to the multiprocessor technology you can make oat milk for the week, ice cream for a crowd or pureed soup in minutes. No stovetop required. Like we said, it can actually cook. The blended possibilities are seemingly endless.
If you find yourself consistently window shopping for a pricey blender, this one could be the answer to your costly conundrum. The Ace costs just $99 — about a quarter of the price of some of its luxe competitors — and is sold exclusively at Walmart. Preorders start now with full availability on September 25, according to the Walmart site.