Where can I buy a replacement cooking pots for my Ninja Foodi?

Where can I buy a replacement cooking pots for my Ninja Foodi?

Best answer: It's possible to purchase replacement pots direct from the manufacturer. You can buy a tidy three-piece set direct from Ninja or opt to swap out individual parts.Keep it single: Ninja Ceramic Coated Inner Pots (from $22 at Ninja)Let's bundle: Foodi Deluxe Baking Kit ($30 at Ninja)

Fare thee well cooking pot

Ninja Foodi cooking pots are pretty hard-wearing. But if you use your pressure cooker regularly and subject the pot to repeated dishwasher action, it is only going to be a matter of time before they wear out. If you love your Ninja Foodi so much you've all but killed the cooking pot, do not despair! It's relatively affordable to replace it. Our replacement suggestions will get you back on track with the multi-cooker action.

Bake up

If you would like to extend your culinary repertoire from just slow or pressure cooking in your Ninja Foodi, the Deluxe Baking Kit is an ideal present to yourself. There are three elements to this cool kit. The multi-purpose pan is perfect for casseroles, stews, one-pot bakes, and cakes.

Meanwhile, the 9-inch crisper pan has a clever design with small holes in the base, which gives you a better airflow for things like pizzas, flatbreads, and quesadillas. Finally, the loaf pan is shaped perfectly to find inside your Foodi, so you can make lovely loaves and other bread-based items.

Pot swap

The pot is made of lightweight aluminum, but it has a non-stick ceramic coating. The inner cooking pots will get you back on track in the kitchen if your existing one is coming to the end of its days. The smaller version measures in at 10.5 inches x 10.5 inches x 5.5 inches. It will fit like a cooking glove into a 6.5 quart Ninja pressure cooker. Plus, there is also an inner pot available for the larger 8-quart model.

You may just want a replacement, and we feel you. But having different pans that are perfectly designed to fit in your Ninja Foodi will dramatically expand your pressure cooker menu choices.

Amy-Mae Turner

Amy-Mae has been writing about consumer technology since before the iPhone was even a twinkle in Steve Jobs' eye. She started out in magazine publishing with the UK lads' mag 'Boy's Toys' then moved online with startup Pocket-lint.com as the first full-time member of staff, helping grow the site to one of the UK's largest gadget sites. Amy-Mae then moved to Mashable when it only had a staff of around 10 people. After working her way up to a senior role there, Amy-Mae left in 2014 to have her daughter. Since then Amy-Mae has continued to contribute to Mashable and The Daily Dot, keeping up-to-date with the latest consumer technology and social media trends. For iMore.com, Amy-Mae gets to her explore her love of home cooking, concentrating on all things kitchen tech.