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Make room for the Ninja® Cooking System with Auto-iQ

Make room for the Ninja® Cooking System with Auto-iQ

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As you’re doing your spring cleaning this year, I just wanted to let you know that you’ll be able to make room in your cabinets. If yours looked like mine, I’m sure this is music to your ears. How you say? Well, I recently received a Ninja® Cooking System with Auto-iQ to review and this magical system takes the place of so many things. Like my crock pot and vegetable steamer. I boxed them up and gave it to a family in need. And no longer will I have to stand over a hot stove because it also takes the place of my stove top and my oven. You read that right. My new favorite kitchen appliance is a slow cooker, a stovetop for searing and sautéing, a steamer, and an oven for baking. This would make the perfect addition for any kitchen even in dorm rooms.

The first thing that impressed me with my new Ninja Cooking System was the Auto-iQ feature. I can choose from 80 recipes, add the ingredients, turn the knob to select the recipe number that’s already programmed in, and it takes over from there. You don’t have to know how to cook to use this cooker. You just need to be able to read the recipes and turn the knob and start button. It does not get any easier than this. But wait, maybe it does. From start to finish, this amazing and delicious chicken spinach noodle bake recipe was ready for the table in a mere 30 minutes. The time it took me to wash some laundry and sweep off the porch. A 100+ recipe book comes with the cooker which is super convenient.

Make room for the Ninja® Cooking System with Auto-iQ

Make room for the Ninja® Cooking System with Auto-iQ

Make room for the Ninja® Cooking System with Auto-iQ

Make room for the Ninja® Cooking System with Auto-iQ

After I opened my new cooker and emailed photos of it to everyone I know, lol, I washed out my cooker and then I watched the following video which is super helpful for all new Cooking System with Auto-iQ owners. By the time it dried, I was ready to begin. I knew from the video that it wasn’t going to be an easy process but until you try it for yourself, you can’t really appreciate how easy it is. It’s like having your own chef in the kitchen. I spent less than 10 minutes prep time before Chef Ninja took over. I did have to substitute the whole-milk ricotta cheese for cream cheese because I didn’t have any on hand.

This product is the one product you really need (and deserve) to make your life easier in the kitchen. It will give you time to do other things you love, like spending quality time with your family. I’m making the Creamy French Onion Chicken & Rice this weekend and after looking at it and you still aren’t convinced you need this cooker, head on over to Ninja Kitchen to see what all this useful product can do. I’m sure enjoying mine.

If you act now (because I don’t know how long these savings will last, so go go go), but at the time of posting this, Amazon has a savings of 24.94 off on the Ninja Cooking System. That’s roughly $25 in your pocket.

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  1. wow! the food that this machine can cook is amazing! i love that you can just throw everything in the pod and in a matter of minuts its cooked.

  2. Did I read that right? you just throw in the ingredients and turn the machine on? My mom has a ninja blender, I know she’ll love this for mother’s day!

  3. We’ve been thinking of buying slow cooking but right now all prices are over the roof so we thought we might wait for black friday but if it’s on sale in Amazon, why not! Checking on this.

  4. OH WOW! I would love to have one of these! I have the Ninja coffee bar and I am obsessed with it! Their products are so high quality!

  5. This looks SO good! I’ll have to see about getting a Ninja Cooking System. It sounds like it would make meals easier, which is a plus for me, since I hate to cook.

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