So as a mom of four boys, dinner time can often be hectic. I’ve had to try and make one pot meals more and more, especially on nights/days when we have a lot going on. My crockpot gave out not long ago though so this has been more of a challenge. After hearing so many good things about the Instant Pot, I decided it was time to give it a try. It sounded too good to be true. Well, I can firmly say that it is now my absolute favorite cooking tool.
If you’re like me though, the thought of spending $100 on a small kitchen appliance is a lot to swallow. That’s part of the reason it’s taken me so long to purchase one. I ended up getting a FANTASTIC deal at Kroger Marketplace with their Clicklist pickup, but it’s still a good deal even if you don’t have both coupons. So here’s what I did.
Kroger has the Instant Pot Lux on sale. The 8 qt. is $99.99, the 6 qt. is $79.99, and the 3 qt. is $59.99. Now, I will say that if you have a larger family like I do, I’d go with the 8 qt. A lot of people told me the 6 qt. would be good enough, and so far it has been, but I imagine we will have to upsize when my boys are older and all in activities. Even now we sometimes don’t have leftovers depending on what I’m making and leftovers are essential if I want to pack my husband a lunch. So if you have a large family, go with the 8 qt. You will need to load the coupons for this purchase onto your Kroger card. So head over to the Digital Coupons page and look for $10 off a Housewares Purchase coupon. So you may have also gotten an email if you are already a customer and haven’t used clicklist for $20 off of your clicklist pickup order of $50 or more. If you did, you can use this on top of the $10 off for a total of $30 in savings. I got the 6 qt. Instant Pot for $54.00 after tax. It is overpriced normally at Kroger compared to other retailers, but even on Amazon it’s $79.99 and rarely on sale. So even with just the $10.00 coupon, you are getting a better deal on it. So go check it out if you have a local Kroger Marketplace!