Power Pressure Cooker XL Giveaway

Powered By Mom’s Power Pressure Cooker XL Giveaway!

Open to US Only  Ends 4/30

I don’t know about you, but this mama needs a 48 hour day every once in while. It seems the to do list grows exponentially this time of year. Kids have ball games, everyone wants to grill out over the weekend, spring break… the list could go on. The Power Pressure XL has come to save the day! You can mark standing over the stove for nutritious meals off of that ever growing to do list!

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The Power Pressure Cooker XL is the amazing, one-button kitchen miracle that lets you prepare perfectly cooked, mouthwatering meals for your entire family— 70% faster than conventional ovens!

The secret is the Power Pressure Cooker XL’s air-tight lid. It locks into place, trapping super-heated steam inside. The hyper-pressurized environment forces liquid and moisture into your food, locking in loads of intense flavor and essential nutrients.

One-touch technology means all you have to do is press one of the pre-set buttons. Your family’s favorite homemade meals cook to perfection quickly and easily. All in one pot!

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Stop slaving over a hot stove every evening. Let the Power Pressure Cooker XL do all of the work for you and in a fraction of the time! Delicious, moist, home cooked meals with the touch of a button! Cooking quick and healthy has NEVER been so easy!

One lucky reader will win a 6 Qt Power Pressure Cooker XL!

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Comments

  1. I would like to make some BBQ ribs! Yum!

  2. My very favorite feature is the One-touch technology. I have never attempted to use a pressure cooker because I have NO IDEA of how to get the actual cooking process started and how long to do this. I don’t want to overcook or worsr, undercook what I am making. I hope that my attempt at making salisbury steak would be a tasty success!

  3. ellen beck says:

    I would like first try making baby back ribs. Making them the other way I use a two step process that is time consuming. This would cut the time.

  4. Teresa A Thompson says:

    A roast with vegetables would be first.

  5. Marilyn Nawara says:

    I would make a beef pot roast for dinner

  6. LaWanda S says:

    I will try some oxtails or short ribs if I win this cooker.

  7. Christina Sanders says:

    Not quite sure yet. I would have to search some popular pressure cooker recipes

  8. Joey Simmonds says:

    A nice big juicy Pot Roast. It would be so much faster. The pressure cooker I have now is too small.

  9. Misty A. says:

    I want to try some BBQ ribs! I bet they will turn out great.

  10. Jeena Bittenbender says:

    I am all about not heating the house in the summer living in Florida. But that’s not the whole reason I’d love to have this little beauty. Cooks 70% faster then an oven!!! WHA???!!! Oh yes!! So let’s set the record straight. #1 no house heating. #2 70% faster then my oven and #3 less electricity then my oven. I’m needing this in my life!! Great review BTW. Now I gotta go eat.

  11. I have a pork butt in the the freezer so I’d cook this pork with a touch of a button and make pork tacos!

  12. One of the first things I would make with this pressure cooker is bone broth then make soup from the broth and can the rest. Oh, or maybe some chicken and dumplings or beef stroghanoff with homemade noodles. So many options

  13. Deer Chili, its great & I really could use this new cooker.

  14. Jennifer M says:

    Boston Butt and make BBQ for the 4th july.

  15. Jeni A Tedeschi says:

    Love the review, especially knowing​it has a in touch design!

  16. Jeni A Tedeschi says:

    I would do a pot roast first. Yum!

  17. STEPHANIE LANDEROS says:

    I would try a pot roast first!

  18. Sarah Oswald says:

    I would love to try the baked ziti that they show is so easy to make from raw to cooked seems so easy and quick. Thats what I would love to try if I won thanks for the chance to win!

  19. I’d fix BBQ Ribs.

  20. A family favorite that takes hours to cook normally to get tender.
    My great grandmas bref short ribs and gravy!

  21. Christina says:

    I think I would cook some sort of roast. I’ve seen these cookers used but I’ve never had the pleasure of trying one out for myself.

  22. Michelle Gibson says:

    Thank you!

  23. The pot roast.

  24. Julie Murphy says:

    I would make roast beef

  25. Megan Cromes says:

    i would make peas n rice ty 🙂

  26. I would try an old fashioned pot roast with brown gravy first, Maybe some onions and potatoes in there too.

  27. rochelle haynes says:

    I would cook a pot roast in it

  28. Michelle Proper says:

    A nice pork roast will be so good 🙂

  29. Amy Hall says:

    I’m not sure. I might try orange chicken.

  30. shannon fowler says:

    Im not sure what I would make. I would want to find a new recipe to try.

  31. Jeanine Carlson says:

    I’d like to make bone broth!

  32. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I would immediately make beans. No Soaking! I’d use them in something Tex Mex.

  33. Definitely yogurt! Yum!

  34. Sabrina Foster says:

    Oh the possibilities are endless. Maybe start with homemade yogurt or cheesecake. Or a new one pot wonder. As It is just me, just the right size.

  35. Debbie S says:

    I would LOVE this! I would use it for meals but I would love it for canning. We are having to change our whole diet due to my son’s stomach problems. So we are making all our meals from scratch and watching all our foods. So this would make it a lot easier. I would make Beef Stew first because it’s one of my families favorites and my son’s stomach can handle it. 🙂

  36. jeanette sheets says:

    my crockpot lasagna

  37. Robin Abrams says:

    I would try making a pot roast and veggys .

  38. Darla Shannon says:

    I would make pinto beans.

  39. Debbie Welchert says:

    There is a scalloped potato and ham recipe that I would love to try.

  40. I don’t cook. Or rarely cook.When I do, it’s usually a roast or something easy to make.

  41. We would make Chinese short ribs first.

  42. We would make Chinese short ribs first.

  43. monique s says:

    beef brisket would be my first dish in the pressure cooker.

  44. I think I would make beef stew with the works!! I use a crock pot. I’ve never used a pressure cooker and didn’t know it cooked that fast!
    This would make a great gift!

  45. Ina Fowler says:

    My chili 🌶 recipe! And no seperate cooking the rice!

  46. Cindy S. says:

    I would probably make something that would normally take a long time – like a beef or pork roast. I’ve heard that pressure cookers get it done FAST!

  47. Tracey L says:

    I have so many ideas, but I think the first meal would be a pot roast. My son absolutely loves my pot roast, but it usually takes hours so this would be great!

  48. jessica m says:

    I never made anything in a pressure cooker before, but if I can figure out how to make soups in there, I will probably start with Italian wedding soup or white chicken chili!

  49. Darlene Owen says:

    I would try a roast.

  50. KENNETH OHL says:

    love to make a pot roast in this for sure

  51. Mya Murphy says:

    I would love to tackle chicken marsala..

  52. Anita Duvall says:

    First off, I would cook Beef Rack Ribs. These would be great if they were tenderized!

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