Simply Nerdy Mom: Mealthy Multipot Giveaway!!

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Mealthy Multipot Giveaway!!


When you live a busy lifestyle, sometimes it's really hard to whip up a quick dinner. Which means, big hearty meals are usually out of the question. And sure, you can pop dinner in the slow cooker, but those things take up so much space and let's be real, there's not much else you can do with them. So why not save yourself time and space with an all in one kitchen item? 

This giveaway has been sponsored by Mealthy.

When I first heard about instant pots, I shrugged them off. I already had a slow cooker that worked just fine so I figured it was something I didn't really need to waste money on. But then I kept reading the increasing amount of things you can actually do with one, and how I can cook the same things I do in my slow cooker, in half the time. I mean, sure, the slow cooker is great if you want to throw something in there in the morning and let it cook literally all day long while you are working. However, there have been countless times that I have forgot to get the food in the slow cooker by a certain time or just flat out forgot to turn the darn thing on and wasted so much time that I had to whip up something else at the last minute. Yeah, that's the mom brain at work there. So the idea of being able to cook my pot roast in literally half the time and still have it come out tender and juicy is really appealing to me. 

What also appeals to me is the fact that I can do 9 different things with this pot! NINE!!




I have a small kitchen. It's not my ideal kitchen since I love to cook and spend a lot of time in there, but it works. The downside is that I have absolutely no room for all the kitchen gadgets that would make my life so much easier when cooking large family dinners and holiday meals. So a 9-in-1 gadget saves me so much room that I just don't have to spare. 

One of my biggest pains is holiday meals. I usually cook two different types of meats and my oven is not big enough for a large turkey plus a ham or a large roast. Now, with the Mealthy Multipot, I can cook two meats at once and not stress out about them being done at the same time! 

The Mealthy Multipot is a pressure cooker, slow cooker, steamer, rice cooker, yogurt maker, sauté pan, and much more! Purchasing all these items separately would get expensive, but you can buy the multipot consisting off all these things for less than $100. So let's review: Not only are you saving time and space, but you are saving money!


Mine arrived this week and so I sent the hubby out for a bunch of different ingredients to test this sucker. We bought the stuff for chili and stuffed cabbage. I also have some chicken wings I want to try cooking as well as trying out egg custard and a pumpkin cake! 

About the Mealthy Multipot:

This 6 quart programmable cooker has an easy touch panel, features a sturdy lid with precision pressure valve,  a steamer basket that allows you to cook two items at once, and a raised steam rack that holds food 4cm above the bottom of the cooker. The large LCD screen shows you how long your food has left to cook. There's also a handy delay start button, which means you can program it to start cooking when you want it to, without being around. Set it to start cooking when you go to bed, and you can wake up with a warm bowl of oatmeal all ready for you. Did you know you can even cook a cake in this?! In addition to the many recipes you already know can be found on Pinterest, Mealthy also has handy how-to instructional videos and recipes on their website and app.

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.





Sample was received at no cost for promotional purpose. All opinions are that of Simply Nerdy Mom

46 comments:

  1. I would first make some beef stew in the Multipot if I was lucky enough to win.

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  2. My first meat to cook will be Chicken Cacciatore. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. I would love to try and cook a pot roast in the electric pressure cooker.

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  4. I would cook EVERY MEAL :) I am looking to try to eat healthy and I want one of these so bad so I can do so :)

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  5. How awesome!! I've been told many times I need one of these. It would make meals 10x easier

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  6. I would love to cook some good ole fashioned chili.

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  7. I a not sure what I would cook in it never had one

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  8. I would love to win one and make chicken and dumplings

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  9. Would make beef stew, also chili.

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  10. i could use this to cook chicken i do not like to cok over the stove

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  11. I would love to try a pot roast with lots of root vegetables!

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  12. I would love to have oatmeal ready the next morning that I woke up! I love oatmeal and grits. My next step would be to try making a delicious roast dinner.

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  13. I would make rice and beans as my 1st dish. As my 2nd dish, i would make chicken.

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  14. I would love to cook red beans and rice with a ham bone

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  15. My family loves Chili so I would definately make that in the cooker.

    Love3570@aol.com

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  16. I would cook a roast with potatoes and carrots in my Multipot.

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  17. I would love to cook sesame chicken in this pot!

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  18. I would cook cabbage with smoke sausage.

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  19. I've read so many great recipes. I would start with beans.
    Mary Beth Elderton

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  20. I'd make roast beef and veggies! THANKS

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  21. Definitely beef stew and Lima beans

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  22. I would love to make some chicken, thank you so much!

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  23. My mom has an instapot and cooks so much in it! I would make some sort of chicken in it!

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  24. I like the versatility of the pressure cooker but I think I'm most looking forward to cooking some Pot Roast!

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  25. I would make some homemade soup for myself.

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  26. I'd try beef stroganoff first.

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  27. I would love to cook a beef roast in this pot.

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  28. I'd make some bean soup or chili in the MultiPot

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  29. I would use this to cook all kinds of keto-friendly casseroles.

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  30. My first dish will be a Pot Roast with veggies.

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  31. I'd make some short ribs

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  32. I would make chicken and stuffing

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  33. I am being blocked on the twitter entries. Help!

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    1. Cheryl, what is your twitter handle so I can look into this. Twitter recently cleared a mass quantity of accounts that they considered "spam" and a lot of them were sweeper accounts or inactive ones. Since you have to have an active twitter account to enter my giveaways (so this doesn't happen) your account may have been blocked. I can look into it and attempt to fix this, but I need your twitter handle.

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  34. I would make some bbq pork in my pot

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  35. I want to try a pork roast in one. My friend made one in a multipot, and it was wonderful.

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