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Have you ever fantasized about living on the Millenium Falcon? Well, while we can’t transport you to a galaxy far, far away, we can help you make your kitchen as spaceship-worthy as possible.
Instant Pot has teamed up with Star Wars to create a line of pressure cookers that will help you use The Force to create awesome meals. (By “The Force,” we of course mean Instant Pot’s patented electric pressure-cooking capabilities.)
Whether you are a long-time Instant Pot fan, or you want to get into the game as a way to help you eat healthier or save money in 2020, then these limited edition Instant Pots need to be on your holiday shopping list.
Exclusively available at Williams-Sonoma, these Star Wars Instant Pots come in five different varieties, including R2-D2, Darth Vader, Stormtrooper, Chewbacca and BB-8. They range in price from $79.95 to $119.95; the Chewbacca Instant Pot is the most expensive and the largest, at 8 quarts. (You’d probably need a large Instant Pot to feed a Wookiee, right?)
If you are cooking for a smaller family, or if you want to get a smaller Instant Pot to accompany your existing full-size cooker, then the Mini BB-8 version, at 3 quarts for $79.95, would be the perfect option for you. It would also make a great gift for a college student or a city-dweller with a small kitchen. Plus, look at how cute it is!
If you want to try a pressure cooker, but don’t want to shell out for the exclusive Star Wars version, make sure to check out Black Friday deals on Instant Pot products. Last year, there were tons of deals on Instant Pots on Black Friday, including some that brought the cost of some 6-quart versions down to $59. At the time this article was written, the Instant Pot DUO 60 has been marked down to $49.99 on Amazon.
Comparatively, the Darth Vader 6-quart Instant Pot is $99.95 at Williams Sonoma. But it has the Death Star on it! The R2-D2 Instant Pot is the same size and price. For true Star Wars fans, this may be worth the splurge.
Regardless of which you choose, you’ll need some fresh Instant Pot recipe ideas to go with this new look. And we’re not sure how long these Star Wars Instant Pots will be around, so you’ll want to clean and maintain it properly. You can probably count that toward your Jedi training.
May the Force of pressure cooking be with you!