You Can Buy an Instant Pot for Less Than $60 at Macy's Right Now
This is one kitchen deal you should definitely shop at Macy’s Black Friday in July sale!
Macy’s annual Black Friday in July sale is in full swing, and we’re so excited. Although the store is featuring tons of great deals right now, we have our eyes set firmly on one thing: Instant Pots.
Originally $124.99 from Macy’s, Instant Pot’s 6-quart Duo 7-in-1 pressure cooker is on sale for $59.99. That’s a discount of over 50 percent! Plus, this particular model has nearly 200 5-star reviews on Macy’s website, so you know it’s good.
With an amazing deal like this, we’re definitely going to snag a few of these Instant Pots as gifts (it may only be July, but it’s never too soon for holiday shopping!) To score this deal, simply use the promo code “DEAL” at checkout. Another bonus: you’ll get free shipping on orders over $49.
In case you’re late to the party, here’s a quick lowdown on the Instant Pot. Designed to streamline your cooking process, they can steam, sear, saute, and make yogurt on top of serving as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, and rice cooker. With its 7-in-1 one functionality, an Instant Pot can be used to speed up most cooking methods, which is why we are so thrilled about this *major* sale. But don’t wait too long, Black Friday in July ends this Sunday!
Buy Now: Instant Pot Duo, Macys, $59.99
Here are a few of our favorite ways to put your new Instant Pot to good use:
Soups and Stews
As a slow cooker, the Instant Pot is great for making soups and stews. From chili to beef stew, your Instant Pot is perfect for throwing all the ingredients in and forgetting about dinner until it’s ready!
View Recipe: Beef Stew
Tasty Breakfast Treats
The Instant Pot is also great for shaking up your morning breakfast routine. Aside from the ability to make yogurt or steel-cut oats, your Instant Pot can also make homemade applesauce in just 15 minutes!
View Recipe: Brown Butter Applesauce
Yep, your Instant Pot can even make dessert! It’s the perfect tool for making moist, ultra-fluffy cheesecake, since it acts as a water bath and prevents the surface from cracking. Now that’s something we can get behind!
View Recipe: Neapolitan Instant Pot Cheesecake
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