A wise man once said, "There are no mistakes, only happy accidents." There is a lot of other hilarious kitchen gear out there, but this adorable Bob Ross slow cooker is going on my wish list. Bob Ross might inspire artists to embrace their "happy accidents" on a canvas, but let's be real, happy accidents happen in the kitchen too.
This Bob Ross slow cooker is the perfect gift for new cooks. I would have loved this as a gift when I was in college! I mean, the majority of college students' meals are made in slow cooker kitchen appliances anyway. (If we're not picking up fast food, of course.) Not only is this an excellent gift for novice cooks, but pop culture fanatics are going to love it as well.
- Pricing: $42 (with a free return policy)
- 3 heat settings: low, high and warm
- 4.5 star best seller rating
You can find this slow cooker on Amazon today! Use it for all of your dips, soups, and more. If you don't want to use it and just want to keep it as a collectible, feel free to do that as well. Surely this gadget will be worth a pretty penny one day.
This happy little manual slow cooker has a removable & dishwasher safe-ceramic stoneware insert. It has a glass lid, but it's not a locking lid, unfortunately. You might prefer a programmable slow cooker that can change settings when you're not around, but having a kitchen & dining option that's this joyful is a good trade-off.
Customers love their Bob Ross slow cookers. A customer gave it a perfect rating and said, "A lil small but did it's job just right." It's definitely a small appliance, but you can't go wrong with it as long as it heats up!
After finding this hidden gem, I did some more digging and found some similar items like Disney-themed slow cookers, waffle makers, and more. Star Wars seems to be a popular theme among these quirky appliances. Along with Nintendo, SpongeBob, and more trending shows. Let me know if you see a Friends pressure cooker in the new arrivals section.
I love these fun slow cookers! Hey Hamilton Beach, make a stainless steel Dolly Parton toaster, and I'll love you forever.
This post was originally published on December 20, 2020.