Ninja 4-in-1 Multi-Cooker

Last updated: June 9, 2021

The biggest benefit of the Ninja 4-in-1 cooker is that you can pop it in the oven, which makes it handy for baking items like cookies. You'll also get all the features of other pressure cookers, including steaming and slow cooking.

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: A multi cooker that you can put in the oven.

In our analysis of 84 expert reviews, the Ninja 4-in-1 Multi-Cooker placed 8th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The Ninja 4-in-1 cooking system with triple fusion heat technology provides one-pot meals with fast, juicy, and flavorful results. Four convenient cooking functions-oven, stove top, steam, and slow cook bring one-pot multi-cooking to a whole new level for endless meal creations that are quick and easy to prepare.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

The Ninja 4-in-1 Multicooker is a very versatile appliance to have, you can place this compact oven, steamer, slow cooker, and stove top right on your counter top. It's non-stick interior makes cleaning up quick and easy.
An impressive, multi-functional system that includes oven, stove top, and slow cooker. Has several slow-cook temperature settings. Easy to clean.
You won't be able to bake cookies, saute veggies, or steam roast pork loin in most slow cookers, but you will in the Ninja, thanks to its dedicated oven and stovetop modes.
Measurements: 18 inches in length including handles, 13 1/2 inches in width including knobs, 12 inches tall with lid on. Function dial switches between Stovetop, Slow Cook, and Oven allowing browning, sauteeing, slow cooking, steam cooking, baking, or roasting. Allows easy cleanup, with a non-stick interior surface. Apple juice completely evaporated and burnt to a crisp in the bottom lifted right out. Use non-stick plastic or silicone utensils.

What reviewers didn't like

It has sensitive settings and a little bit expensive
It's costly, but it's also like getting four appliances for one price.
The design isn't perfect, though. In oven mode, for instance, you won't get any indication of whether the machine is hot enough to begin cooking or if it's still preheating -- it's either on or off, as far as Ninja is concerned.
The exterior of the unit gets very hot when in use. Be careful not to bump into it.There is no buzzer, beeper, chime, or any other auditory sound when the timer runs out. In the bake mode, the heat will turn off after about 60 seconds. In slow-cook mode, it will automatically switch to a warm setting. As with crockpot recipes, in order to get any color on the food, it must be browned first.
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