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Mealthy Multipot Giveaway

Reviewz & Newz is thrilled to bring you this giveaway for  a Mealthy MultiPot!  Please enter the Gleam below for your chance to win! 

. All opinions are my own and Amazon affiliate links are present in this post. Feeding the family is a fact of life. And, sometimes the dinner hour arrives and you haven't a clue what to make quickly. There's only so many nights of pasta or tacos that one can take. This is where having the right tools in your kitchen can make dinner easier to pull together. One such tool is a pressure cooker. While they have been around for ages, the programmable electric pressure cookers make it simple to implement for many people.

What is the Mealthy Multipot?

Built to anticipate your every cooking need, the MultiPot cooker features 9 cooking functions in one appliance. Pressure cook, slow cook, sauté, steam, bake cakes (!!), and much more, all at the touch of a button and all in one pot. Get your meals cooked and on the table up to 70% faster when using one of the 14 pressure cooking preset programs.

Using the Mealthy Multipot

Super simple, especially if you take a few minutes to read the quick start guide! After washing everything that touches your food, the manufacturer recommends doing a quick steam to ensure it is all working well. Once plugged in, the Mealthy Multipot will emit an audible tone when the lid is locked or opened. You'll look for the red button to pop UP indicating pressure has built. When it is done, you release the pressure and wait for that same red indicator to fall before opening the lid.

Purchase the Mealthy Multipot

The everyday price of the Mealthy MultiPot on Amazon, which comes with extra accessories is $99.95. You can also head over to Mealthy.com and get the same package for $94.95 with two-day free shipping.  

My Thoughts on the Mealthy Multipot

So far, I am impressed. Since the guys left me on my own, I have not gone to town making all the things with it. But, even just making rice was so easy in the Mealthy Multipot. Also, clean up is a breeze when done right away. One thing I will note is that something which takes a short time to cook on the stove may not net you a faster cooking time in the Mealthy Multipot. It takes a little while to bring the device up to pressure. And it is when pressure is reached that it starts counting down the cooking time. Something I truly appreciate is that they include a spare silicone gasket in the box. I've had a gasket fail when cooking and not had a backup in the house. The steamer basket with trivet is meant to provide the means to cook 2 dishes at once. I haven't tried this out yet, but love the idea. The Mealthy app has several ideas for you. For those that need to see things in action, many of the recipes include a video to show you how to do it. What I am eager to do is teach the teens to use this device. Unlike our stovetop pressure cookers, there is less watching required. Considering how easy it is for the guys to get distracted while cooking, this is a huge benefit. One thing I am wanting to try when everyone is back here is hard-boiled eggs. The boys balk at making them in boiling water and I hope this new method of cooking will be embraced. Hard-boiled eggs for everyone!! In the meantime, I'll enjoy some taco bowls this week with the rice I made.

Win a Mealthy Multipot!!

One lucky reader with a US address will win their own Mealthy Multipot. Entries are accepted via the Gleam form below through July 23, 2018. The winner will have 24 hours after email notification to claim their prize. Mealthy Multipot  
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26 comments

  1. Ashley V5:08 PM

    I have a electirc pressure cooker but it doesn't have the yogurt function like this one, so I'd love to win it to try. Rice and hard boiled eggs are frequently made in mine as well.

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  2. I have a instant right now and make chicken and beef for recipes so far, think I'd use the mealthy multiple to try more actual recipes like stews and rice.

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  3. I would use it to cook my dinners in this heat. So I wouldn't have to turn my stove on. Also I would love to use it for soups and stews in the cooler months.

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  4. I would use to make beef stew so on to make life easier to be able to do more . Thanks

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  5. I have a really old pressure cooker I was recently given and afraid to use. I would use for fresh green beans and potatoes

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  6. I don't have a pressure cooker in my home
    I would make soups, pot roast ect..

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  7. We don't have a pressure cooker, but we use a slow cooker regularly. I would like to try to cook a whole chicken in this.

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  8. I have never owned a pressure-cooker! My Mother used one regularly and I would copy her recipes such as Beef Stew, Pea Soup and more!

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  9. My mom bought be one off QVC several years ago and I love it but I really want one with more bells and whistles!

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  10. I actually have never had any type of pressure cooker. They seem awesome! If I did own one, I'd definitely make my veggie soups or smothered sweet potatoes.

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  11. No, I do not have a have a pressure cooker in my house. Yes, I would use it in my home especially in the summer when it too hot to use the oven.

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  12. I would use it to cook healthy meals for my growing teenagers & my toddler. As a mother of both who also works full time, I am always short on time when it comes to preparing supper. Thanks for the chance!

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  13. I do not have a pressure cooker but it would be great to make dinner faster. I can think of some chicken dishes I would love to use it for

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  14. I do not have a pressure cooker but I would love this! I would make pot roast, chicken and veggies and soups.

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  15. I do not have one but I would love to have this. I would use it to pressure cook different meats and veggies, and pulled pork.

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  16. Dont have one but would like to try one

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  17. Yes, I have a pressure cooker. I would love to try 2 things with the meltipot. I would love to try rice and chicken :)

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  18. We do not have a pressure cooker but I have been wanting one. They are used so much in southern cooking and being from the south, I would love to make things I grew up on. This would be used for dinners.

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  19. I would make some beef stew in it to start. I think this would become my every day go to cooking appliance!

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  20. I've never had one. I'd love one for making home cooked meals quicker.

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  21. I do not have a pressure cooker, I would use this for whole chickens and roasts.

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  22. I would use this to cook chuck roast, whole chicken, chicken breast and pork! I would use this a lot in the summer for sure!

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  23. I don't have one, but this looks/sounds like an amazing addition to cooking. If you don't use the crockpot early enough it's game over!

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  24. No I do not have one. I would use to make a pot roast.

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  25. I would love to try a Mealthy Multipot.

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