Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System #Giveaway – US/CAN #SpecialMom


Welcome to the Something Special for Mom Giveaway Hop hosted by the Blogging Mamas Network. Mother’s Day will be here before you know it, which is why a group of fabulous bloggers have come together to share gifts and giveaways that are perfect for the special lady in your life! Be sure to hop around to them all, including the Grand Prize of a $100 Gift Card to aka originals! Enter to win the hand stamped jewelry Grand Prize here.

If the special lady in your life [yourself, Mom, Grandmom… whoever!] is anything like me, they [you] are going to LOVE this…

Ninja Giveaway

I think it’s safe to say that most women, ok men too, love a good kitchen appliance and calling the Ninja Cooking System a good kitchen appliance is the understatement of the year.

Ninja Cooker

This thing is AMAZING.  Seriously amazing.  Watch for an in-depth review coming in a day or two, but until then, here’s what you’ll get with the Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System:

Steam Infused Roasting

Bottom & Side Heat and super-heated steam cooks 30% faster, with less fat vs. conventional ovens.

Fast One-Pot Meal Making

Delicious family meals ready in 30 minutes.Everything ready at the same time. Tastes great! Saves time! Easy non-stick pot clean-up.

Slow Cooking

Sear using built-in stovetop before slow cooking – all in one appliance! Re-heat meals in the same non-stick pot! Lock in the flavor!

Steam Infused Baking

Combination of steam infusion and direct heat offers more moist, better tasting results with 30% less fat.

Ninja Cooking System Dinner

I know you’re excited, right!?!  Who’s ready to WIN a Ninja Cooking System, worth $150!?!

Ninja Giveaway

This giveaway will end on May 15th.  It is open to US & Canadian residents, 18+ only.
Please use the Giveaway Tools widget below to enter.


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  1. Brynn says

    I think I woudl use it most on busy days when I just don’t feel like cooking much. it will save us on dining out and be delicious!

  2. Jan Lee says

    I’d probably use it most on weekends when I cook for the week, I’d use it to cook a roast and potatoes first :)

  3. Shirley Smith says

    I would use it to make Chili. We are big Chili and rice eaters. And it would taste great letting it cook all day.

  4. Amy Orvin says

    I will be using the Ninja the most for holidays or get togethers and use it for making pot roast.

  5. K-Squared says

    There is no limit to the potential of opportunities this will open for me, however there is in that of my opportunity to purchase one for myself. When i think of how I’ll use the Ninja Cooking System and what I would prepare in it….Not only do I have ideas for myself but others as well! As an individual that was raised by a single mother, finances were always tight. and. a dish comes to mind – and it’s called Thai Chicken Soup. Essentially, there’s all so many dishes that this would aid in preparing. In addition, it will aid me with cooking things I thought were no longer possible – like chicken, turkey, pork etc – after my injury to my upper extremity has limited my use to one hand in the kitchen!

  6. teresa null says

    I use this several times a week.. I love to be able to put supper on and let it cook…. probably would fix stew and soup…

  7. Rebecca Swenor says

    First think I would make is probably my meatballs. I would make stews, chili’s, etc.

  8. Denise Lotzer says

    So many ways to try it out, hard to decide what to do first. Would be helpful for dinner to be ready during hockey season.

  9. Marti Tabora says

    I think I would put a London broil in it and serve it with some rice and gravy. Now that sounds good.

  10. says

    I’d be making alot of vegetarian dishes in there, since being diagnosed with a few bad eating habits that have caused issues, cooking in the Ninja Cooking System maybe my lifesaver,I love that it cooks a few different ways that maybe of benefit to my overall health. thanks for an awesome chance to win and good luck to all!

  11. says

    It would be hard to figure out what this would be used for best. As it looks like it would work for everything. But I think a nice roast & lots of veggies..

  12. Amanda Alvarado says

    I would use it for dinner and I’d probably make a quick one pot meal using chicken and veggies!

  13. Colleen Maul says

    I really need one of these. I would use my ninga 3in1 slow cooker for several things. Including my pot roast and pasta sause. I miss having one!

  14. Margaret Smith says

    I’d love to use this for having meals cooking when I’m busy doing other things. One pot meals are so much easier and delicious. First I’d like to cook a nice Pot Roast Dinner

  15. Leslie says

    I would make pulled pork and try to make korean chicken wings! I’d also love to try steam infused baking with the Ninja!

  16. Jessica Jackson says

    I would use it most for large get togethers. We would make pulled pork or slow cooked spicy chicken. :)

  17. Ruqayysh says

    I’d use it mainly for slow cooking meats and potatoes. I love the taste of slow cooked food but since my slow cooker conked a few years ago I haven’t been able to replace it. Looking forward to hopefully winning! Slow cook on!

  18. Miranda Welle says

    I would use it for making family lunches. Toss everything in and come back at lunch time!

  19. Kathy Luman says

    I would probably use to slow cooking the most. I would make a pork roast or a pot roast in it.

  20. Cindy B says

    I’d use it to make meals that don’t need “watching” so we can do more as a family. Probably beef roast with onions, carrots, and potatoes :)

  21. kelly tupick says

    I would use it the most at my home making family meals. We have a family get together every sunday at my home and this would help out tremendously. I would roasts or chicken and rice dinners.

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