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Giveaway: NewWave 6-in-1 Electric Multi-Cooker

In our condo, cabinet space is a rare commodity. There aren’t endless cupboards available to house rarely used kitchen tools and appliances. It’s not an easy task to find a spot for all of my baking equipment, let alone pots, pans, one million spatulas, and other tools for my everyday cooking. So, when I heard about the NewWave 6-in-1 Electric Multi-Cooker appliance, I was definitely intrigued.

I love the idea of having just one appliance that is a deep fryer, pressure cooker, slow cooker, electric pot, soup and steamer/rice cooker. Yes, it really does all of those things. The NewWave 6-in-1 Electric Multi-Cooker comes with 2 pressure levels and has a 6L capacity which is a great size for our family, usually allowing for leftovers – which is always a bonus! It also comes with a steamer basket, a deep fry basket and a digital timer. When the food is done cooking, the NewWave 6-in-1 Electric Multi-Cooker automatically switches to a keep warm setting to ensure that your meal is kept piping hot until it’s time to eat.

During the fall and winter months, I rely on slow cooker recipes for dinner at least a couple times a week. I get everything in the pot before I leave for work, and when I get home, it’s ready to go. While I try to think ahead, there are many mornings that just don’t allow me the time to get dinner in the slow cooker before I leave for work. But this Multi-Cooker is also an incredibly fast pressure cooker which is wonderful for the days when I need dinner ready in a hurry. This space saving, multitasking 6-in-1 cooker is workhorse in my kitchen and with the baby coming this winter, it will be a lifesaver when it comes to cooking meals for our family.

What’s the first recipe that you’d make in the NewWave 6-in-1 Electric Multi-Cooker?

The NewWave 6-in-1 Electric Multi-Cooker can be found at select Target stores and on

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Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by NewWave. All thoughts and opinions are my own.