How cool is this? These bracelets are made by steaming wooden craft sticks in the Instant Pot and pressing them into shape. A perfect rainy day activity for all ages!
Melt Crayons for Molds
Old or broken crayons are perfect for upcycling projects. Melt them down in your Instant Pot and pour them into whatever shape mold your heart desires, from building blocks to doughnuts to funky themed shapes!
Not only can you use the Instant Pot to sterilize baby bottles, once your tot is ready for solids, try your hand at DIY baby food! Preparing quick meals for your tot is quick and easy, and best of all, you’ll feel confident knowing exactly what your baby is eating.
Babies aren’t the only ones who need love! Make the switch from canned to fresh, and take control of your fur-baby’s diet. Consult your vet to create the perfect meal plan for your pet, and get cooking with Instant Pot!
Dulce de Leche
Sweetened condensed milk goes in, creamy caramel-y goodness comes out. Normally this is an all-day process, but the Instant Pot does it perfectly, by itself, in less than an hour.
Making homemade gummies is a fun and fruitful way to spend a day. With cold and flu season upon us, feel confident giving your kids these immune-boosting treats!
Pair your favorite scented oils with glycerin or beeswax to create your perfect bar.
Lip Balm (Chapstick)
Keep your lips happy all year long with DIY lip balms made with all-natural ingredients.
Hard Lotion Bars
Hard lotion bars are designed specifically to heal and protect extremely dry skin, but don’t let that stop you from trying one. With only 3 ingredients, they’re super easy to make, and because they’re solid at room temperature they travel well, and you don’t have to worry about them drying out .
I know it sounds crazy, but believe it or not, you can use the Instant Pot to create a table wine… within 48-hours! With a bit of patience, you’ll have your next dinner party covered!