Instant Pot Has a New Product and We Need It ASAP

The new high performance blender from the makers of the Instant Pot is an absolute game-changer!

The Instant Pot is our top-rated pressure cooker. (Here are six reasons we’ve fallen in love with it.) Imagine our delight at hearing about the Ace 60 Cooking Blender, a super-high performance blender from the genius minds who brought us the Instant Pot! The Ace does everything its high-tech competition does, but at a fraction of the cost.

Here are three things about it that we’re absolutely loving:

1. One-touch programming

The Ace comes with eight one-touch smart settings that, like the Instant Pot’s one-touch smart settings, help take guesswork out of the picture. Four of the programs are for cold foods:

Four of the programs are for hot foods:

The Ace also has a Pulse / Clean button that lets you to break up large chunks of food. Go ahead and toss in the extra-frozen pieces of strawberry or banana.

2. It can cook your soups

It seems “one-pitcher meals” are the new one-pot meals! Like some high-end blenders out there, the Ace can actually cook your soups in addition to blending them. You can make your soups start-to-finish in the blender, or roast vegetables and then purée in the blender to finish.

3. The price is right

Currently available only at Walmart, the Ace blender is $99. Compare that with Blendtec and Vitamix models with similar features, which can run you upwards of $299. Early reviews suggest you’d be better off going with the Ace and saving your extra cash for something else.

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