Quick-Cook Bean Pot

Never soak beans overnight again! ™

Prepare beans easily and safely while preserving flavor and texture.

Patented and family-owned since 2013.

Professional Chef Recommended

"I am always a skeptic when it comes to anything new that claims to be a better way to do anything. Imagine my surprise when I cooked my first batch of beans. They were done in much less time than if they were cooked by traditional methods, they had great texture, and they simply looked gorgeous in the Quick-Cook Bean Pot. I am a fan."

Del Sroufe, author NYT Bestseller Forks Over Knives The Cookbook

"My Quick-Cook Bean Pot is an indispensable tool in my kitchen. I love how easy it is to have beans simmering in the background during the day and looking over and seeing the beautiful pot in my kitchen. It makes me smile as I await the delicious dishes I will make from a pot of perfectly cooked beans. The design is unique in that the beans circulate while they cook, making them the perfect texture in a short amount of time."

Tricia Wheeler, The Seasoned Farmhouse

You’ll never have to soak beans overnight again with this nifty Quick-Cook Bean Pot from HnL Enterprises. This pretty pot made of stainless steel and brass is perfect for anyone who uses dry beans to make healthful meals, as it eliminates the need for soaking, drastically reduces cook time and evenly cooks all types of dry beans (as well as chickpeas, and split peas). Intended for stove top use, the cooked beans can also be stored in the same pot and refrigerated for several days. The Quick-Cook Bean Pot is also ideal for cooking grains and is attractive enough to leave on the counter when not in use. Available only through hnlltd.com.”

Kate Lawson, the food writer of The Detroit News; featured in “Good Stuff” column Thursday, May 7, 2015, Lifestyles section D, “Eats & Drinks.”

The first time we used the Quick-Cook Bean Pot, we made black-eyed peas . . . in 40 minutes! Not too firm. Not too mushy. We were so pleased.”

A. Paul, edible Ohio Valley, Cincinnati, Ohio

I love the Quick-Cook Bean Pot!!!! My son was recently diagnosed as allergic to wheat in addition to dairy. . .the cooker makes it so much easier to do veggie meals instead of meat all the time…”

K. Merryman, Upper Arlington, Ohio

I’ve just made the most delicious cannelloni and kale soup, using my new Quick-Cook Bean Pot to cook the creamy white beans. The Bean Pot is not only useful, but it is also a work of art. I treasure it along with such possessions as my Dansk cookware and Norwegian Ekornes recliner chair–all practical and beautifully crafted objects. When you purchase your own Quick-Cook Bean Pot, don’t hide it on closed kitchen shelves, but keep it on your stove-top, where you’ll enjoy its exquisite design.”

P. Trumps, Estero, Florida

My Quick-Cook Bean Pot allows me to have beans available every day, ready from scratch in less than two hours. The pot fits in the refrigerator. I can make a great stir-fry, a one-dish meal, in ten minutes!”

K. V. Sproat, Chillicothe, Ohio

The Quick-Cook Bean Pot is an essential tool in our kitchen; I make two pounds of black beans every two weeks and freeze the excess. I no longer soak beans overnight, and I am considering keeping another pot in our summer home in Wolfeboro.”

J. E. Gordon, Fairport, New York

We really like our Quick-Cook Bean Pots and have a couple of new recipes we would like to share–black-eyed peas for New Years dinner and a Southwestern chili!”

G. T. Nichols, Columbus, Ohio

When we first got the Quick-Cook Bean Pot, I thought it was gorgeous, but didn’t know how useful it would be. We’ve been using it for a couple of weeks now and love it. I just made pinto beans without soaking them, and it took less than an hour and a half in the bean pot. The beans are completely soft and cooked through. This pot is quickly becoming an essential piece in our kitchen arsenal. “

K. Marshall, Seattle, Washington

I am now the proud lover/owner of the Quick-Cook Bean Pot! I have been cooking up beans so easily. It is a beautiful sculpture, and amazingly fast. Also, I must tell you that I have never had such fast service as their company provides! Highly recommended:)”

K. R. – Brookline, MA

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About the Quick-Cook Bean Pot

Frequently Asked Questions

How does it work?

Expert and novice cooks can greatly benefit from this useful kitchen tool. To prepare dried beans, please follow these simple guidelines:

Use Guidelines

Preferably using a colander, rinse the dry beans well in cold water and drain excess water. There is absolutely no need for an overnight soak, in fact, an overnight soak can make beans rubbery.

Put the rinsed beans in the Quick-Cook Bean Pot.

Fill the pot with enough tap water so that the beans are covered (approximately 3-4 inches [7.5-10 centimeters]).

Leave some room (2 inches or 5 centimeters) at the top of the pot without any water. (Beans usually expand when they cook, much like rice and you don’t want water to boil over to stovetop.)

Put the pot on the stovetop at the “simmer/low” setting (lid is on).

Cooking times vary depending on the kind of beans. Some beans might cook in 20 to 30 minutes. Others may take an hour to an hour and a half. Fava beans can take two and a half hours. Check beans approximately every 40 minutes until done. (Add more water if the water gets low and the beans need more time.)

Regardless of the bean, always use the “simmer" or "low” setting on your stove.


The low heat source should be a “simmer/low” setting on a gas or electric stovetop, hot plate, or induction cook top (with an interface disk). This pot is not intended for use in microwaves, ovens, or grills.

The beans can be stored in the refrigerator in the same pot. In this case, there is no need to drain the cooking water when the beans are done. Cooked beans last well over a week in the fridge; longer in the freezer.

What kind of beans can this pot cook?

Quick-Cook Bean Pot is designed to cook any kind of dry beans including:

black beans

black eyed-peas (beans)

chick peas (garbanzo beans)

fava beans

kidney beans

navy beans

pinto beans

or any other beans (and split peas)

Please also note:

The Quick-Cook Bean Pot is not a pressure cooker. It is ideal for cooking beans and grains. It cooks at a low temperature. Designed to continuously circulate the beans, it cooks them evenly—and surprisingly quickly. The stainless steel construction with its extended brass base makes it especially efficient. The Quick-Cook Bean Pot, unlike a pressure cooker, preserves texture and flavor.


As with any new piece of cookware, pots should be washed before first use. The Quick-Cook Bean Pot is dishwasher safe. It can also be hand washed with mild detergent.

Warranty & Return Policy


The Quick-Cook Bean Pot includes a 30-day money back guarantee and a limited one-year warranty. The warranty covers the Quick-Cook Bean Pot if used under normal circumstances for one year. The warranty does not cover unusual wear or use.

Return Policy

We are absolutely sure you will love the Quick-Cook Bean Pot. However, if you are not happy with it, return it within 30 days of purchase for a full refund. (Refunds do not include shipping fees.)

Enjoy good health, save time and money

Quick-Cook Bean Pots are available in three sizes that any health food fan will love.

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