The Ninja Cooking System – An Appliance Rockstar

Whether you are reading this before the Christmas holiday or are reading this in the middle of summer, put the Ninja Cooking System on your gift list. Seriously. Like, right now.

I had the good fortune to get a sneak peak at the Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System before it hit the store shelves, and let me tell you, it was hard not to spill the beans. As soon as I started seeing the ads on TV though, I immediately told my everyone I knew!

When you have homework to help with, crying babies who need a diaper change, or toddlers who want more juice, you don’t have the time to be stirring a pot. This is not the 1950s, people.

The gist is that Ninja Cooking System is a slow cooker (aka crockpot), but it also functions as a stove top and an oven. So that crockpot you equate to old people? This is not it. Think of it as the younger sister. The hot younger sister.

You can make dessert in it, a chicken with sides of rice and veggies (not mixed together, but still cooks in one pot!) or Spaghetti and Meatballs to name a few dishes.

Check out my video on how I made Spaghetti and Meatballs using the traditional stove and pan method. Then, how I made Spaghetti and Meatballs using the Ninja 3-and-1 cooking system. Huge difference in the stress factor.


This rocks for a grandparent who can’t cook as easily (or clean up as easily) any more, a new Mom that needs easy ways to make dinner with children underfoot, or a busy working couple.

An appliance rockstar. Where have you been all my life?

Happy cooking!


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Disclosure: I received a free Ninja Cooking System. All thoughts, opinions and content are my own.

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