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Your Child Can Play With a Tiny Instant Pot Just Like Yours!

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For those of you who have a mini cook in your life, the toy market has just amped-up pretend kitchens by 100% with their tiny version of the Instant Pot. If you have a child who likes to mimic everything you do and “help” in the kitchen, this popular new plaything will have them cooking up their own daily meals and having fun in the process!

Your Child Can Play With a Tiny Instant Pot Just Like Yours!

Photo: Target

Found at Target, the “Perfectly Cute One Stop Cooking Pot” is a tiny version of the Instant Pot, with all the bells and whistles. The adorable four-piece playset comes with plastic broccoli and chicken, a water dropper, and a pot that actually makes cooking sounds and releases cold “steam” for effect! If you remember the days of playing house with your tiny tea set or “cooking” with pots and pans at your grandmother’s house, just imagine everything that your child or grandchild can pretend to make with this cool kitchen appliance toy! It’s recommended for 3 years of age and up, and is sold for $19.99.

Your Child Can Play With a Tiny Instant Pot Just Like Yours!

Photo: Target

In case you’re wondering how the toy will work and how your child will be over-the-moon for it, you or the child can add cool water to the spout with the water dropper. Similar to your own Instant Pot (if you have one), the toy is labeled with the same steam illustration. Then the child can push the button on the “Perfectly Cute One Stop Cooking Pot” and watch the cold steam go out. Likewise, while the child is pretending to cook, the pot makes steaming, boiling, and sizzling sounds! When they’re finished playing with it, everything can be placed inside the pot. The entire set is eight inches in height by one foot in width, and easily stores on a shelf or in a toy box. Now, we don’t necessarily recommend your little one should copy absolutely everything you do with your Instant Pot (like the time it was used to make wine for a Texas sommelier…) but then, you can be the judge. Remember, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery!