Crock-Pot Slow Cooker w/ Air Fryer Lid Just $89.99 Shipped on BestBuy.com (Regularly $200)
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Today, January 6th only, hurry on over to Best Buy.com where you can score this Crock-Pot Express 8-quart Slow Cooker and Pressure Cooker w/ Air Fryer Lid for just $89.99 shipped (regularly $199.99) – that’s the lowest price we’ve seen! This large, family-sized Crock-Pot makes mealtime more efficient as it functions as both a slow cooker and pressure cooker, but it can also brown, sear, saute, steam, and don’t forget air fry too! With easy-to-use one-touch quick pressure cook settings, you’ll also spend less time cooking. Or, choose high or low-pressure settings and completely customize each recipe. Even better, the air fryer lid has an automatic lock feature for added safety. Want to get cooking right away? Choose FREE in-store pickup and you might be able to grab your new Crock-Pot as soon as today!
Undecided? Check out this detailed review…
This is my 1st ever slow cooker/pressure cooker and I am amazed. Mind you I am not a world-class chef or even a decent cook, but wow, this makes life just a tad bit easier for me.
1st of all, the box is HUGE. I was like, wow, is this really an 8-quart size Crock-Pot? Then after opening, I see why. Half the box is the crockpot itself with the pressure cooking lid already on it (and every add on is inside) and the other half of the box is the Crisping Lid. Ahhhhh, makes sense now. I really suggest you have a lot of countertop open for this appliance or it’s going to be a nice challenge to put somewhere (the ac plug itself is SHORT).
Other items to note that it comes with are the removable cooking pot (nonstick!), reversible cooking rack, plastic spoon, a recipe book and owner’s manual. The Crock-Pot alone can probably feed a nice size family on its own and can cook a whole chicken in it. So far I have made mac and cheese, Chicken Parmesan, lots of various sides (green beans, carrots, broccoli, etc) and had nothing but great things to say about it. Since it produces so much food, I ended up taking the extras to work to feed some co-workers and they all loved it. I really want to try out the desserts in the cookbook it comes with because they look so yummy.
I would definitely recommend to anyone with or without experience with this type of appliance regardless of cooking skill. If you want a great “All-In-One” then look no further. Though with air frying, you would have to use the racks or nothing at all (would be nice to include a basket or something for fries/whatnot).
The build quality is superb and what you would expect from a brand name. Plus the stainless steel look is so nice!