This Instant Pot-Inspired Toy Is the Cutest Thing We've Ever Seen
Buy one before they sell out (early Christmas shopping?)!
If your kid is always looking for a way to cook with you, this is their chance to feel just like a grown-up. The kids brand, Perfectly Cute, just launched the One Stop Cooking Pot, which basically looks just like your classic Instant Pot — and we can't get enough of it.
The Perfectly Cute One Stop Cooking Pot is a kid-sized replica of a multicooker. It comes in a four-piece set that includes the pot, a whole chicken, head of broccoli and water dropper. Which brings us to the best part: it steams! Just like the Instant Pot's steam valve, the One Stop Cooking Pot has a valve that releases steam just like your Instant Pot would during a quick release. Here's how it works.
You or your kiddo will use the water dropper to add cool water to the spout in the front of the machine — which, by the way, is labeled with the same steam illutration as your real-life pot. Then let your kid push the button and watch as a stream of cold steam (safety!) releases. During the "cooking" process, the pot can make three different sounds: boil, sizzle and steam.
For easy storage, you'll be able to place everything inside the pot when playtime is over. The whole toy measures 8 inches tall by one foot wide, so you could likely find a space for it in most toy bins or even on a bookshelf.
While you're shopping for this toy, you may also want to pick up some batteries. The pot requires 3 AA batteries that are not included and we all know how immediately kids want to play with any new toy that comes their way. Finally, this set is recommended for kids age 3 and up.
Instant Pot fans are already big fans of the Perfectly Cute One Stop Cooking Pot.
"I am an avid user of the Instapot so my girls were so excited to get their own," said one reviewer.
"I know all my friends with kids and Instant Pots will want one. I’ve never seen anything like it!" claimed another.
We're pretty confident this will be at the top of many Christmas lists for food-loving kids, so we recommend picking one up before the holidays are here.