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Curious about pressure cooking and want to get started? We’ve got you covered. You can put the Instant Pot to work for you! Whether it’s part of meal prep (rice! beans!) or a full-fledged dinner, there’s so much you can do with this kitchen timesaver!

Summer Ideas for the Instant Pot!

  • Pressure Cooker Baked Beans

    Pressure Cooker Baked Beans! Tender beans, sweet molasses sauce, and lots of smoky bacon. This easy pressure cooker recipe is a perfect side dish with BBQ, meatloaf, or any other meaty main dishes.

  • Coco Morante

    Instant Pot Potato Salad

    Potato salad gets a pressure cooker makeover! Cook the potatoes and eggs together in the pressure cooker, then mix with the rest of the salad ingredients and a mayonnaise-Dijon dressing. Easy-peasy.

Recent Instant Pot Recipes & Ideas

  • Coco Morante

    Instant Pot Egg Bites

    In addition to looking darn adorable, these Instant Pot bites are super delicious and easy to make in the pressure cooker! Just like Starbucks egg bites, but better. Easy to make ahead, reheat, and even FREEZE!

  • How To Make Fast, No-Soak Beans in the Instant Pot

    30 min

    Gluten-Free, Healthy, Vegan, Vegetarian

    No need to soak your beans! You can make a fresh pot of chickpeas, black beans, navy beans, or white beans in the Instant Pot in about an hour. This guide has everything you need to know for cooking tender beans every time.

  • Coco Morante

    Instant Pot Chicken Tortilla Soup

    This Instant Pot Chicken Tortilla Soup is loaded with shredded chicken, tomatoes, corn, and beans. It's ready so fast in the pressure cooker! Don’t forget to garnish this weeknight soup with avocado, lime, and, of course, tortillas.

  • Coco Morante

    Instant Pot Guinness Beef Stew

    Instant Pot Guinness Beef Stew! All the flavor of a slow-cooked stew, done in a fraction of the time in the pressure cooker. Made with beef stew meat, onion, celery, carrots, parsnips, and of course, Guinness. So good on a cold winter day.

  • Coco Morante

    Instant Pot Chicken and Rice

    Classic chicken and rice adapted for the pressure cooker! Combine everything in the pot, and come back to a perfectly cooked casserole. Easy, cozy weeknight dinner.

  • Nick Evans

    Slow Cooker Spinach Feta Dip

    This Slow Cooker Spinach Feta Dip is a terrific warm appetizer for game day ... or any party! Creamy, cheesy, and packed with spinach. Serve it with veggies or pita chips, and it'll go fast.

  • Coco Morante

    Instant Pot Mexican Pulled Pork (Carnitas)

    2 hrs, 15 min

    Gluten-Free, Low Carb, Paleo

    When you need pulled pork fast, make it in the Instant Pot or pressure cooker! In about half the time of other recipes, this recipe makes the oh-so-tender carnitas for tacos, burritos, enchiladas, and many other Mexican dishes.

  • Aaron Hutcherson

    Buffalo Chicken Chili

    This Buffalo Chicken Chili is the best of two game day classics: buffalo chicken wings and chili! Top your bowl with sour cream, tortilla chips, chopped green onions, cheese, and extra buffalo sauce for a new Super Bowl favorite. (Slow cooker and Instant Pot directions, too!)

  • Coco Morante

    Instant Pot Beef Chili

    Instant pot beef chili recipe is ready in under an hour! This version is made with green peppers, onions, celery, ground beef, and tomatoes. Top with shredded cheese and sliced green onions, and serve some cornbread on the side.

  • Coco Morante

    Instant Pot Refried Beans

    9 hrs, 20 min

    Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free

    Use the Instant Pot to make creamy, rustic refried beans. They taste far better than canned beans and cost less! Our favorite version uses a little bit of bacon fat, but any fat will do.

  • Coco Morante

    Instant Pot French Onion Soup

    Instant Pot French Onion Soup! French onion soup is comfort food at its finest. Rich, intensely-flavored broth and caramelized onions, topped with crusty, cheese-covered bread is sure to warm anyone on a cold winter’s night. Make this delicious soup in half the time by using your Instant Pot!

  • Coco Morante

    Instant Pot Chicken Soup

    1 hr, 20 min

    Gluten-Free, Paleo

    Make quick chicken soup in the pressure cooker! This classic recipe is made with whole chicken (or chicken pieces), carrots, onions, and celery, and it's ready in 60 minutes. Just add noodles for chicken noodle soup!

  • Coco Morante

    Instant Pot Mashed Potatoes

    30 min

    Gluten-Free, Vegetarian

    Make mashed potatoes in the Instant Pot or pressure cooker! They're ready in about 30 minutes, from start to finish and are perfect every time. Add garlic if you like!

  • Nick Evans

    Instant Pot BBQ Baby Back Ribs

    1 hr, 20 min

    Gluten-Free, Low Carb

    The secret to amazing ribs? A pressure cooker, of course! The results of these Instant Pot BBQ Baby Back Ribs are fall-off-the-bone perfection and take a fraction of the time.

  • Sara Bir

    Instant Pot Chicken Wing Ramen

    Got wings left over from a night out, game day party, or midnight snack? Make luscious, chicken wing ramen with a perfect jammy egg—all in your Instant Pot!

  • Sara Bir

    Instant Pot Mushroom Risotto

    Easy weeknight mushroom risotto that’s special enough for occasions, too! The Instant Pot makes it fast, and fail-safe. Plus we have a hack that lets you time your dinner perfectly!

  • Nick Evans

    Instant Pot Barley Lunch Jars

    50 min

    Dairy-Free, Healthy, Vegan, Vegetarian

    These Instant Pot Barley Lunch Jars are a must-try for a quick and easy weekday lunch! Make a few on Sunday and you're set for the week.

  • Elise Bauer

    Lamb Curry

    Craving lamb curry? Make this recipe on the stovetop or in the pressure cooker. Whatever you choose, slowly cooking the lamb is the key to tender lamb in this dish. Make a pot of rice and dinner is served.

  • Coco Morante

    Instant Pot Guinness Beef Stew

    Instant Pot Guinness Beef Stew! All the flavor of a slow-cooked stew, done in a fraction of the time in the pressure cooker. So good on a cold winter day.

  • Elise Bauer

    Black Bean Soup

    This hearty black bean soup is what you need on a cold and dreary day! Made with ham shanks, sweet potatoes, bell pepper, onion, cumin, and chili.

  • How To Make Fast, No-Soak Beans in the Instant Pot

    30 min

    Gluten-Free, Healthy, Vegan, Vegetarian

    No need to soak your beans! You can make a fresh pot of chickpeas, black beans, navy beans, or white beans in the Instant Pot in about an hour. This guide has everything you need to know for cooking tender beans every time.

  • Coco Morante

    Instant Pot Chicken Soup

    1 hr, 20 min

    Gluten-Free, Paleo

    Make quick chicken soup in the pressure cooker! This classic recipe is made with whole chicken (or chicken pieces), carrots, onions, and celery, and it's ready in 60 minutes. Just add noodles for chicken noodle soup!

  • Coco Morante

    Instant Pot Beef Chili

    Instant pot beef chili recipe is ready in under an hour! This version is made with green peppers, onions, celery, ground beef, and tomatoes. Top with shredded cheese and sliced green onions, and serve some cornbread on the side.

  • Coco Morante

    How To Cook Potatoes in the Instant Pot

    20 min

    Gluten-Free, Vegan, Vegetarian

    Here's how to cook potatoes in the pressure cooker! Make a big batch and use them all week long to make potato salad, breakfast skillets, and roasted potatoes for dinner.

  • Coco Morante

    Instant Pot Egg Bites

    In addition to looking darn adorable, these Instant Pot bites are super delicious and easy to make in the pressure cooker! Just like Starbucks egg bites, but better. Easy to make ahead, reheat, and even FREEZE!

  • Coco Morante

    Instant Pot Mexican Pulled Pork (Carnitas)

    2 hrs, 15 min

    Gluten-Free, Low Carb, Paleo

    When you need pulled pork fast, make it in the Instant Pot or pressure cooker! In about half the time of other recipes, this recipe makes the oh-so-tender carnitas for tacos, burritos, enchiladas, and many other Mexican dishes.

  • Coco Morante

    Instant Pot Chicken and Rice

    Classic chicken and rice adapted for the pressure cooker! Combine everything in the pot, and come back to a perfectly cooked casserole. Easy, cozy weeknight dinner.

  • Coco Morante

    Instant Pot Chicken Adobo and Rice

    Chicken Adobo with Rice in the Pressure Cooker! All-in-one recipe: the chicken and rice cook together! Use any mix of chicken pieces with onion, garlic, vinegar, soy sauce, and brown sugar. So easy!

Easy Instant Pot Dessert Recipes

Think your Instant Pot is only good for hearty soups and stews? Think again. Keep the oven shut and make your favorite sweets on the countertop in your favorite multicooker.

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Instant Pot Monkey Bread

You'll never know this classic sweet bread came out of a multicooker instead of your oven. A couple of little tricks gives it that fresh-baked taste &mdash brown butter lends a nutty aroma and crunchy turbinado sugar melts into the dough and provides caramel-like flavor.

Instant Pot Vanilla Cheesecake

Yes, your Instant Pot ® can even take care of dessert. This creamy cheesecake comes together in a snap. Swap in 1 1/3 cups graham crackers or chocolate wafer cookie crumbs instead of using vanilla wafers for an easy variation.

Instant Pot Gooey Cinnamon Rolls

If you love the warm, soft and gooey center of a cinnamon roll best, then you have to make these rolls -- they are all center!

Instant Pot Caramel Apple-Pear Clafoutis

This Instant Pot® dessert brings out the best sweet, seasonal flavors in a fraction of time it would normally take.

Instant Pot Cookies-and-Cream Cheesecake

The most magical thing about this luscious cheesecake is its cooking time! If you are tired of your favorite cheesecakes hogging your oven for hours, this is the one for you. The cookie crust and bits of cookie throughout make it a cheesecake you won't soon forget.

Instant Pot Bread Pudding

Pressure cooking ups the creamy, custardy nature of this classic brunch staple. If you prefer a crispy crust for contrast, just pop the baking dish under the broiler with some sugar on top.

Instant Pot Confetti Birthday Cake

This 'set it and forget it' cake is perfect for the summer months when you don't want to turn the oven on. And if you forget it in the Instant Pot®, it won't burn!

Instant Pot Dulce de Leche

A super-fast way to make dulce de leche in a multi-cooker. And no stirring necessary.

Instant Pot Rice Pudding

A pressure cooker makes easy work of this creamy, comforting dessert. It's great both warm or cold, and since the flavors develop overnight, it tastes even better the next day.

Instant Pot Pumpkin Cheesecake

A food processor and an Instant Pot ® make quick work of this creamy, spice-laced dessert. The result is a perfectly creamy cheesecake.

Instant Pot Sticky Toffee Pudding

This is the perfect dessert to cook in the Instant Pot® - a sticky, rich pudding cake baked in an adorable, small bundt pan. Flavored with seasonal spices and dates, this will be your new go-to winter dessert. We used alternative flours for the best result with this steaming technique, and the happy side effect is that this dessert is also gluten-free.

Instant Pot Creme Brulee

Creme brulee made the old-fashioned way using the stove-top and oven seems like such a chore when you can make it more quickly and easily (but with equally delicious results!) in an Instant Pot®. No need to worry about curdled eggs here either because cooking on low pressure for just eight minutes yields a perfectly set custard every time.

Instant Pot Chocolate Lava Cakes

There is no shortage of Instant Pot® chocolate lava cake recipes out there, but this one is different because we used a mix of brown sugar and cornstarch in the batter instead of the often-used confectioner's sugar. It adds a touch of caramel flavor to the cakes that is missing because they are pressure-cooked rather than baked in the oven.

Our Favorite Instant Pot Recipes of All Time

Over the years, we’ve learned plenty of Instant Pot hacks, confirming our suspicions that Instant Pots are much more versatile than one may expect. The Instant Pot has become integral in whipping up a variety of our favorite recipes, from quick sautés to slow-cooked stews. The major take-away? Instant Pot cooking is quick, easy, and will convince your guests that you’ve got some serious kitchen chops. This popular pressure cooker is an ideal device for novice cooks who are just entering dinner party territory or busy parents looking to make a praise-worthy dinner in a matter of minutes. Most of these recipes will be ready in under an hour thanks to this trusty kitchen tool.

We’ve collected a few of our favorite Instant Pot recipes that’ll help you enhance your Instant Pot skills. From Instant Pot Chicken Noodle Soup that tastes just as good as Nana’s to a stunning Instant Pot Pork Tenderloin worthy of a prime spot on the dinner party spread, these recipes will carry you from weeknights to special occasions with ease. These no-fuss recipes result in such delicious, multi-faceted dishes, they’ll even convince Mama to hop on the bandwagon and add this new appliance to her Christmas wish list. After the cooking is done, just be sure to give your Instant Pot a good clean.

Must-Try Instant Pot Recipes

There are so many reasons to love your Instant Pot — like all these mouthwatering recipes that were made just for the trendy, all-in-one appliance.

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Photo By: Heather Ramsdell

Recipes for Your All-in-One Tool

By now you've probably heard the buzz about the Instant Pot ® , the slow cooker, pressure cooker and stove-top stand-in all wrapped into one compact appliance. It's one thing to go out and purchase the new tool of the moment, but it's another to put it to good use. If you decide to jump on the bandwagon, here are a few easy, comforting meals to set you down the right path.

Instant Pot Barbecue Pulled Pork Sandwiches

Traditional, slow-cooked pulled pork can take up to 8 hours to cook, but when you use the saute setting, you'll be able to produce this juicy, fork-tender batch in just under two hours.

5-Ingredient Instant Pot Mac and Cheese

This macaroni for this creamy, kid-friendly dish cooks up in just four minutes when using the pressure-cook setting. And after it's been gobbled up, you'll only have one pot to clean!

Instant Pot Greek Chicken Bowls

The flavors of the Mediterranean are cooked up in 30 minutes in an Instant Pot® for a quick and filling, souvlaki-inspired weeknight dinner.

Instant Pot Carnitas

The great thing about these one-pot carnitas is that you don't have to wait all day for the perfect taco.

Instant Pot Chicken Adobo

This simplified version of a traditional Filipino comfort food was meant for your Instant Pot ® . The pressure cook setting prepares it in no time and best of all, there's only one pot to clean up.

Instant Pot Indian Shrimp Biriyani

The multi-cooker makes this dish an easy clean-up &mdash the shrimp and spices are first sauteed in the pot, then the rice is cooked using the pressure-cook function. The result is a super-quick, flavor-packed dinner that's perfect for a weeknight.

Instant Pot Chicken Noodle Soup

Didn't know your Instant Pot ® could handle a whole chicken? Well, it can! And you'll have soul-soothing bowls of chicken noodle soup in only 45 minutes.

Instant Pot Chicken Cacciatore

Traditionally, this dish takes hours to cook in the oven. Our Instant Pot® version is ready in a fraction of the time and is made entirely in the pot &ndash hello, easy clean-up! The chicken is fall-off-the-bone tender and the tomato sauce has the perfect smoky kick, thanks to the bacon.

Instant Pot Pasta Marinara

This set-it-and-forget-it pasta dish couldn't be easier or more satisfying. You'll be proud to say the tomato sauce is from scratch &mdash and the whole thing only takes 10 minutes of work!

Instant Pot Chicken Posole

Thanks to your Instant Pot, the slow-cooked flavors of this Mexican soup are fully developed in just two hours.

Instant Pot Butter Chicken

This dish is beloved for a reason &mdash it's warm, comforting and flavorful. And since there's no need to marinate the chicken first, it's perfect for a last-minute dinner.

Instant Pot Creamy Ranch Chicken Pasta

The internet loves this ready-in-a-hurry dish, but too many versions are overly soupy or have curdled sauces. Our version uses chicken thighs, and we stir them into the cheese mixture after it is cooked to creamy, tangy perfection.

Instant Pot Mini Frittatas

Make a quick and delicious brunch appetizer or snack with your Instant Pot®.

Instant Pot Beef Stew

This isn't your Grandma's beef stew: The Instant Pot (a slow cooker, pressure cooker and stove-top stand-in, all in one) makes this hearty dish a weeknight possibility.

Instant Pot Soy-Ginger Salmon

Frozen salmon will cook very quickly and beautifully in the Instant Pot. We took advantage of the pressure-cooker function, which can infuse so much flavor, by adding savory ingredients like soy sauce and lime.

Instant Pot Black Bean Soup

Thanks to your new appliance, the beans for this creamy soup don't need to be soaked overnight. And they cook, under pressure, for just 1 hour. If you don't have an immersion blender, you can puree the beans in batches in a regular blender (but take care, they will be hot).

Instant Pot Lemon Frozen Chicken with Orzo

Once you unlock the secret of cooking frozen chicken in an Instant Pot, the possibilities for variations become endless.

Instant Pot Taco Night

Everyone's favorite night of the week just got easier. The Instant Pot® is the perfect tool for when you've forgotten to defrost your ground beef ahead of time.

Instant Pot Spaghetti Squash with Marinara

This might be the easiest way to cook spaghetti squash &mdash pierce a whole squash all over with a fork, then cook it in a pressure cooker until perfectly tender. It cooks in a fraction of the time it would take in the oven, and there's no need to struggle with cutting the sturdy squash beforehand.

Instant Pot Pozole Rojo

In Mexican pozolerias you're given the choice of 8 to 12 different toppings and every person can customize their bowls. Put out a selection of garnishes and let your guests do the same.

Instant Pot Korean-Style Short Ribs

No need to fire up the grill for this sticky, meaty dish. With the Instant Pot ® , finger-licking short ribs are ready in no time. If you miss that charred flavor, a quick trip under the broiler will satisfy.

Instant Pot Chicken and Dumplings

Comforting chicken and dumplings come together at lightning speed thanks to the Instant Pot®, in this perfect addition to your weeknight dinner arsenal.

Instant Pot Pot Roast

Searing and pressure cooking your pot roast in a versatile Instant Pot ® helps you get that fall-apart-tender meat quicker than you would with a traditional recipe.

Instant Pot Sunday Sauce

Your Sundays are now free! No more standing over the stove babysitting Sunday supper. This sauce is fully loaded with pork, beef, sausage and meatballs, and is sure to become a family tradition that won't leave you short on time to relax and enjoy Sunday Funday.

Instant Pot Butternut Squash Soup

Get the flavor of a slow simmered squash soup in half the time using an Instant Pot® multi-cooker.

Instant Pot Moroccan Chicken

Looking for a meal to warm you up from the inside out? With spices like cinnamon, turmeric, ginger and coriander, this family-friendly chicken dish will certainly do the trick.

Instant Pot Indian Spicy Eggplant

Inspired by the flavorful eggplant dish bhartha, this easy version skips the lengthy roasting and peeling steps and instead uses an instant pot to pre-cook the eggplant in 20 minutes.

Instant Pot Keto Mediterranean Chicken

This keto-friendly chicken is bursting with Mediterranean flavors, marrying heart-healthy olive oil, briny olives, and rich and creamy Greek yogurt.

Instant Pot Tex-Mex Beef Stew

This 5-star stew gets its Tex-Mex flair from chili powder, cumin, coriander and smoked paprika. And don't leave out the cinnamon &mdash it adds warm notes you never even knew your beef stew needed.

Instant Pot Salmon with Garlic Potatoes and Greens

You'll feel like a chef when you serve this salmon dinner, complete with garlicky smashed potatoes and warm greens. A little lemon zest and paprika go a long way in flavoring this quick and easy meal.

Instant Pot Whole30 Chicken Tikka Masala

You can have a flavorful and tender Chicken Masala in 10 minutes in your Instant Pot® while sticking to your Whole30 diet plan.

Instant Pot Hawaiian Pulled Chicken Sandwiches

For a taste of the tropics, serve pulled chicken sandwiches with a hint of pineapple, and top them off with a cool and crunchy slaw that packs a flavor surprise: coconut!

20-Minute Instant Pot Mediterranean Quinoa Bowl with Frozen Spinach and Tzatziki

The flavors of this easy quinoa bowl will take you straight to the Mediterranean, thanks to the homemade tzatziki, crumbled feta, fresh grape tomatoes and squeeze of lemon. Not to mention, the whole dish will be on your dinner table in 20 minutes flat, thanks to the Instant Pot!

Baked Potatoes with Broccoli and Cheddar

This hearty and wholesome weeknight dinner will please both kids and grown-ups, and it's made entirely in the Instant Pot ® .

Instant Pot Dulce de Leche

A super-fast way to make dulce de leche in a multi-cooker. And no stirring necessary.

Instant Pot Steamed Rice

Take the guesswork out of rice and use your Instant Pot ® to make it foolproof.

Instant Pot Polenta

No more being chained to the stove, stirring incessantly, on polenta night. Now you can combine it all, and it's done in no time.

Instant Pot Mississippi Pot Roast

We took the viral, melt-in-your-mouth Mississippi pot roast and made it in an Instant Pot® multi-cooker, cutting the overall cook time by more than half. The ranch seasoning and sliced pepperoncini provide just the right amount of spice and tang. The result is a flavorful, fork-tender dish you can make any night of the week.

Instant Pot Pulled Chicken

Even if you didn't take anything out for dinner tonight, you can still serve up this saucy pulled chicken in under an hour. Frozen chicken breasts cook quickly and easily in an Instant Pot ® .

Instant Pot Chicken Cacciatore

This one-pot meal is an easy twist on the hearty classic. Filled with sauteed onions and mushrooms, garlic, diced tomatoes, and chicken, it's as good for the family as it is for company.

Instant Pot Caribbean Chicken and Rice

Jerk seasoning flavors the rice and sauteed peppers as well as the chicken in this recipe. Serve with lime wedges for an extra kick.

Instant Pot Hard-Boiled Eggs

Want a foolproof way to make perfect hard-boiled eggs? Try your Instant Pot®! Quick, perfectly set, creamy yolks every time, without any hassle.

Instant Pot Chicken Panzanella

The rich flavors of the cooking liquid are soaked into toasted bread cubes, which get tossed with winter's best greens for a quick weeknight dinner.

Instant Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage

Love a traditional St. Patrick's Day dinner &ndash but don't love how long it takes to make one? Here is the perfect solution: An easy express route to feasting that uses your pressure cooker.

Instant Pot Yogurt

All you need is two simple ingredients to make creamy, delicious yogurt in your Instant Pot®. For extra flavor, add mix-ins of your choice &ndash the options are endless!

Instant Pot Indian Dal

This vibrantly spiced red lentil stew comes together quickly and easily.

Instant Pot Hummus

You will never again use canned chickpeas to make hummus after you try this easy no-soak, from-scratch version in the Instant Pot® multi-cooker. The dried beans get super tender in just under an hour and whip up into the creamiest hummus ever.

Instant Pot Keto Chili

Now you can have a meaty and well-rounded chili with a slow-simmer taste cooked in less than half the time in your Instant Pot®.

20-Minute Instant Pot Salmon and Rice Bowl

This fresh, healthful and flavorful meal comes together perfectly in 20 minutes. The rice is seasoned with a bit of vinegar and sugar to mimic sushi rice and the salmon is steamed, so it stays moist and delicate. Make sure you let the pot rest for the full 8 minutes so the the rice has time to absorb all the liquid it needs.

Instant Pot Shrimp and Grits

No stovetop needed for this comfort food classic. Thanks to the Instant Pot ® , this dish keeps the soul of Southern cooking with just a fraction of the work it would normally take.

Shortcut Instant Pot Lasagna

A classic lasagna cooked in just 25 minutes is the perfect weeknight dinner.

Instant Pot Egg Loaf

When that egg salad craving hits, this hack makes it easy to prepare a batch of perfectly cooked hard-boiled eggs for chopping, no ice bath or peeling required. One more reason to love your pressure cooker.

Instant Pot Beef Pho

Beef pho is one of the most beloved dishes in Vietnam but its famous spice-laced stock can take up to 12 hours to make. By using a multicooker, we cut the time down to just over 3 hours (and much of that time is hands-off) without sacrificing any flavor. Don't be nervous about serving the pho with raw sirloin &mdash the hot, steamy stock cooks the beef just enough so that it is meltingly tender.

Instant Pot Shrimp Risotto

Achieve the taste of slow-cooked risotto that taste like you've been attending to for half an hour, without ever stirring. Your Instant Pot does all the hard work and you can take the credit for a restaurant-worthy meal that takes almost no effort.

Meal Prep Instant Pot Shredded Chicken

Cook a couple of pounds of chicken at the start of the week, shred it up, and you have the base for an infinite number of quick and easy meals. This version of the meal prep staple (usually so bland, so blah) is so flavorful, you don't need to do much-- or really anything-- to dress it up. But if you want to, we have plenty of ideas.

Instant Pot Chili

A touch of coffee adds depth to this simple but nuanced under-an-hour chili.

Instant Pot Bacony Refried Beans

Refried beans without the frying makes this the perfect side dish for any fiesta. With your Instant Pot®, you can start from dried beans but skip the soaking step and skip the hours of cooking but still get velvety, bacony beans.

Instant Pot Coconut Chicken

Spice up your weeknight dinner game with boneless, skinless chicken thighs cooked with soy sauce and vinegar in the Instant Pot a little bit of unsweetened coconut milk added in at the end makes for a super creamy sauce that you'll want all over a side of jasmine rice.

Instant Pot Whiskey and Honey Glazed Ham

Never serve dry ham again! Your Instant Pot® will infuse your ham with honey, Dijon and whiskey in literally minutes.

Instant Pot Mulled Wine

The Instant Pot® makes quick work of infusing holiday spices into your wine. Set to keep warm and serve this festive beverage straight from the pot at your next party!

Instant Pot Chicken with Quinoa, Pistachios and Apricots

This is going to be your new go-to healthy weeknight dinner. Full of protein and fiber, this dish is light, yet satisfying. The heat of the chile and ginger balance out the sweetness of the apricot, and the pistachios provide a pleasant crunch.

Instant Pot Chicken Marbella

This classic dinner party dish is made from start to finish in the multi-cooker. Briny capers and olives marry with dried apricots and a touch of brown sugar for the perfect blend of sweet and savory.

Instant Pot Brunswick Stew

This traditional Southern stew is the perfect combination of delicious tomato broth, hearty vegetables and rich luscious meat. While it's not as thick as many stews, it's one recipe that's sure to fill even the hungriest bellies.

Instant Pot Fall-off-the-Bone Chicken

Now you can have a whole chicken on your table &mdash tender enough to fall of the bone and ready to serve &mdash in under an hour. If you want extra roasted flavor, try browning the chicken breast and back first on the high saute setting until golden brown, 6 to 8 minutes.

Instant Pot Pasta

What's the saying about a watched pot? If you don't feel like waiting for water to boil, here is your solution for perfectly cooked al dente pasta, ready in no time.

Instant Pot Rack o' Ribs Sandwich

A touch of chipotle adds smokiness to these ribs, like what you'd get on the grill. A quick broil at the end creates extra char and concentrates the flavors of the barbecue sauce.

Instant Pot Brown Rice Pilaf

This easy side dish is made from start to finish in your Instant Pot. The saute function allows you to soften the mushrooms before adding the rice, infusing the dish with tons of flavor.

Instant Pot Corn on the Cob

No need to heat up a big pot of water &mdash and your kitchen in the process &mdash just to enjoy some fresh summer corn. Cooking corn in a pressure cooker with minimal water allows the flavor to shine through, and it couldn't be easier. Serve simply with butter, salt and pepper.

Instant Pot Mushroom Risotto

This creamy risotto gets its rich flavor from leeks, wild mushrooms and white wine. Best of all, you can add the broth all at once &mdash no standing at the stove and stirring throughout!

Instant Pot Mashed Potatoes

These super creamy mashed potatoes could not be any easier &mdash no dicing or draining required. This is a great make-ahead recipe at any time of the year, but it's especially fitting around the holidays.

Instant Pot Saag Paneer

Using fresh baby spinach &mdash cooked quickly in a pressure cooker &mdash instead of frozen elevates this creamy and spicy Indian comfort food.

Instant Pot Lentil-Veggie Burgers with Slaw

Here's a simple and well-balanced veggie burger that won't break the bank. Tender Instant Pot® lentils and roasted sweet potato and mushrooms come together in a satisfying patty that's served piled high with creamy, tangy coleslaw.

Instant Pot Blueberry Corn Muffin Bites

These mini muffin bites quickly come together in your Instant Pot®, thanks to corn muffin mix and a silicone egg bites mold. With only five ingredients and thirty minutes to spare, you can have a delicious blueberry muffin at the ready for breakfast or snack time.

Instant Pot Split Pea Soup

Just heat the broth and vegetables in the pot, then secure the lid and set to pressure according to the manufacturer's instructions. In 15 minutes, you'll have four comforting servings. Ladle them out for dinner or stick them in the fridge for easy lunches.

20-Minute Instant Pot Spaghetti with Sausage Meatballs

You'll be amazed at how quickly this spaghetti with sausage meatballs comes together, thanks to the Instant Pot! Rolling prepared Italian sausage into balls makes for a simple and flavorful meatball -- no additional ingredients required. Plus, the tomato puree, garlic and fresh basil provides a smooth, delicious sauce without any extra work. Enjoy with an extra sprinkle of grated Parmesan for a quick and easy meal.

Instant Pot Chicken with Rice and Peas

Chicken thighs, rice and peas cook up in less than an hour for a weeknight dinner that&rsquos sure to please.

Instant Pot Stuffed Peppers

You can make hearty stuffed peppers without the long bake time, thanks to your Instant Pot! Just build the ground beef and rice filling in the Instant Pot itself, then stuff into large bell peppers and pressure-cook until perfectly tender. Finish off with some extra-sharp Cheddar and chopped parsley for a great weeknight meal.

Instant Pot Pork Loin with Carrots and Onions

Pork Loin is so lean that it's often overcooked and turns out dry --but not with the Instant Pot. After just thirty minutes, you have tender and juicy pork in a rich, savory sauce. Serve with mashed potatoes for a quick and easy comfort meal.

Instant Pot Caramelized Onions

Caramelized onions typically require a great deal of attention and time, as the low and slow cooking provide a perfectly tender and golden brown result. But thanks to the Instant Pot®, this typically labor-intensive recipe because an achievable weeknight dish. These sweet and jammy onions are the perfect accompaniment to sandwiches, grain bowls and more.

Instant Pot Cola-Braised Short Ribs

With the help of an Instant Pot® and some cola, these saucy short ribs will give you that "braised all day" flavor and tenderness in just under two hours. The acidity of the cola not only helps tenderize the beef, but also rounds out the spices and balances the dish.

65 Dump and Go Instant Pot and Slow Cooker Recipes

Honey Lime Salsa Verde Chicken—chicken tenders infused with lots of bright flavors. Green salsa, honey, lime, and plenty of seasonings will have you licking your plate! This chicken is perfect with rice, on tortillas, wrapped up in lettuce or plain.

Cashew Chicken–this cashew chicken is just as good as your favorite Chinese restaurant. It’s super easy and flavorful and it’s all made in the comfort of your own kitchen. The instant pot speeds up the process and helps get dinner on the table in minutes.

Garlic Parmesan Sausage Chowder—a colorful and flavorful summer chowder with garlic, smoked sausage, parmesan cheese, corn, potatoes, green beans and carrots. Your whole family will love this soup!

Dijon Chicken—tender bites of bone-in chicken thighs and mushrooms are covered in a dijon, lemon and tarragon sauce. An easy electric pressure cooker recipe that is quick to get started.

Sausage, Sweet Potatoes and Broccoli—a flavorful, healthy-ish and easy dump-and-go meal with just a handful of ingredients. This will quickly become a family favorite!


3-Ingredient Meatballs—These meatballs are a perfect appetizer. With only 3 ingredients and the use of your Instant Pot they literally take 3 minutes of hands-on time. They are super flavorful with a little bit of savory and a little bit of sweetness.

Chicken Lo Mein—an easy make-at-home version of your favorite Chinese takeout meal. Spaghetti, bites of chicken and lots of veggies are pulled together with a savory asian sauce.

Dakota Smashed Pea and Barley Soup—A hearty split pea soup with barley, carrots, onions, savory herbs and green onions. This is a copycat recipe of the popular vegan soup sold at California Pizza Kitchen.

Sour Cream Pork Chops—tasty pork chops with hardly any ingredients. The creamy sauce tastes amazing! This recipe is low carb and gluten free.

Crack Chicken Chili—addictive and delicious creamy chicken chili with bacon!

Ranch Chicken Taco Rice—An easy 5-ingredient dump and press start recipe for the Instant Pot. Rice, chicken and black beans with lots of flavor.

Mexican Quinoa and Black Beans—flavorful quinoa with salsa, black beans and sliced avocado. A fast and easy meatless meal or an amazing side dish.

Smoked Sausage, Green Beans and Potatoes—the easiest meal with the most amazing results. Smoked sausage, fresh green beans, cubed potatoes and a couple of seasonings are cooked together quickly in your electric pressure cooker for an easy one pot, dump and press start meal.

Creamy Chicken Rice Dinner—a simple chicken and rice dinner with carrots and spinach. It’s creamy but doesn’t have any “cream of” soups in it and takes just a few minutes to dump everything in and go.

Mango Salsa Chicken–With only 4 ingredients this will be a go-to summer recipe. It’s perfect over rice, on tortillas or over riced cauliflower.

Zesty Chicken—an easy, flavorful casserole with rice, chicken, crispy fried onions and vegetables.

Tender Salsa Beef—a super easy 5 ingredient and 5 minute prep recipe. A Mexican twist on comfort food.

Chicken Ranch Rice—tender bites of chicken with smoky bacon, chopped spinach, parmesan cheese and creamy rice.

Homemade Rice-A-Roni—Do you love “the San Francisco treat” but want to make it from scratch? Make this super easy version of Rice-A-Roni in your Instant Pot! It’s the perfect side dish for so many meals.

Lemon Butter Garlic Salmon with Homestyle Vegetables–flaky wild Alaska salmon is steamed on the top of red potatoes and carrots in your electric pressure cooker and drizzled with garlic, fresh lemon juice and butter. A one pot meal that is healthy and delicious!

Chicken Rice Bowls–An easy dump and go recipe with chicken, rice (of your choice), enchilada sauce, black beans and spices. This is a perfect dinner for a busy weeknight or a good option to pack in individual containers for lunches during the week.

Make this Instant Pot Penne in Cajun Mustard Cream Sauce for a quick and easy weeknight meal. With options to prepare it with andouille sausage or meatless you can make everyone happy.

Maple Dijon Chicken and Sweet Potatoes–chicken, sweet potatoes and brussels sprouts drizzled with a sauce made with maple syrup, dijon mustard, rosemary and olive oil. A simple one pot recipe with a delicious flavor!

Chicken Alfredo Salsa Pasta–the easiest recipe ever. With just four ingredients and your pressure cooker this is a perfect meal to make when you’re busy but still want to put dinner on the table! Kids and adults alike love this creamy penne pasta and will be asking for seconds.

Alfredo Salsa Tortellini–creamy and slightly spicy cheesy tortellini prepared in about one minute using your slow cooker.

Creamy Mushroom Sauce Pork–the easiest recipe ever. With only 2 ingredients the prep for this pork dinner is minimal. Plus you make it in the slow cooker or Instant Pot so it’s completely a hands-off recipe.

5-Ingredient Enchilada Chicken–a fast and easy dump and go recipe. The saucy chicken can be served in tacos, burritos, salads, nachos, quesadillas or over rice.

Homestyle Chicken and Vegetables–well seasoned chicken, green beans, red potatoes and carrots are all cooked together. A true one pot meal that is family friendly, tastes amazing and is so easy to put together.

Santa Fe Beans and Rice–brown rice, kidney beans and black beans are simmered with salsa, corn and seasonings. The beans and rice are topped with garlic lime sour cream and grated cheddar cheese. You can serve this as a meatless meal or add in chicken for some extra protein. We love this easy and healthy, family friendly meal.

Beef and Cheddar Sandwiches–the easiest recipe to make ever. With only 5 ingredients total (beef, broth, onion soup mix, cheddar and sandwich buns) you may be thinking that this recipe is just too easy to taste good. Well, you’re wrong! The flavor is amazing and your family will be asking for seconds.

Teriyaki Chicken—This easy chicken teriyaki recipe uses a homemade sauce made with pineapple juice, soy sauce, brown sugar, garlic and ginger. It has the perfect balance of sweet and savory. You can even use frozen chicken! Make it a meal by serving it with rice, pineapple chunks and shredded cabbage.

Pork Chop Fajitas–make amazingly flavorful fajitas (thanks to a secret ingredient) in the Instant Pot or slow cooker with pork chops. When you buy those inexpensive mega packs of pork chops use this recipe to mix up dinner and bring something new to the table (literally).

Chicken Chili Mac–an easy one pot recipe for cheesy chili mac made with tender bites of chicken and two kinds of beans. A perfect easy weeknight meal and it’s made in a jiffy in your electric pressure cooker.

3-Ingredient Rump Roast–an easy beginner recipe for the Instant Pot. Beef pot roast is cooked until tender in the electric pressure cooker. If desired you can also make carrots and potatoes with the roast.

Salsa Verde Chicken is the perfect recipe to have in your back pocket on those days when you don’t have the time or energy to cook. With just 2 ingredients this recipe is quick and easy. It tastes great and can be served in many ways including over rice, in tacos, burritos or quesadillas or on top of salad.

Buffalo Chicken Gyros–bleu cheese dressing is spooned down the middle of a warm pita and then topped with shredded chicken that has been stirred together with buffalo sauce. Then it’s topped with crunchy celery and bleu cheese crumbles. This is a party in your mouth!

Meatballs–you can make meatballs in your electric pressure cooker or slow cooker! They’re tender and taste great served over pasta and sprinkled with parmesan cheese. This is a hands off recipe that takes just a few minutes to cook. Try making these with ground turkey, beef, pork, chicken or a combination.

3-Ingredient Chicken and Gravy–an almost embarrassingly easy recipe for a good old fashioned dinner. Serve the chicken and gravy over mashed potatoes, rice, noodles, toast or biscuits

Hawaiian Chicken–a super fast and easy, 5-ingredient, dump and go Instant Pot recipe of slightly sweet chicken and pineapples. Serve this chicken on Hawaiian rolls or over rice.

Cheater Korean Beef and Brown Rice–a quick version of a classic recipe made in your electric pressure cooker. The best part is that the beef and rice cook at the same time in the same Instant Pot.

No Peek Chicken–that easy 3-ingredient chicken and rice recipe from your childhood that has cream of mushroom soup in it. Only this time it’s made in your Instant Pot.

Salsa Lime Chicken–so you have frozen chicken breasts in the freezer and need to make dinner? Throw them in the Instant Pot or crockpot with some salsa, lime juice and some seasonings and you’ll get perfectly shreddable chicken that you can serve in burritos, enchiladas, tacos, salads or quesadillas. Dinner can’t get easier than this!

Smoked Sausage with Parmesan and Orzo–smoked sausage, peppers, mushrooms, tomatoes, orzo and parmesan cheese cooked quickly in your pressure cooker. This meal is loaded with flavor and is a dump and go one pot meal.

Chicken Fajita Ricea throw everything into the Instant Pot and walk away meal! Flavorful rice and chicken that has all the great flavors from chicken fajitas! Make it with brown or white rice.

Cheater Beef Stew–if you’re looking for the easiest beef stew recipe you may have found it! This recipe is made quickly in your Instant Pot and requires little to no prep and only 5 ingredients. No sauteing, chopping or browning. And best of all it tastes great!

BBQ Beef Sandwiches–tender shredded beef with an easy homemade barbecue sauce served on a toasted bun. An easy and delicious dinner!

Lemon Rice–Greek-inspired lemon rice is perfect to serve as a side dish or with chicken. It’s flavor is subtle, but delicious.

Fiesta Lime Chicken—shredded chicken with a creamy, flavorful sauce that’s made quickly in your Instant Pot. And you can make rice at the same time in the same pot to serve with the chicken. An easy dinner for any night of the week.

Firecracker Chicken—sweet and spicy tender pieces of saucy chicken made quickly in your electric pressure cooker.

Garlic Mushroom Chicken–a creamy sauce is spooned over mushrooms, tender bites of chicken (and optional broccoli). A delicious dump and go recipe that you can make with frozen chicken.

Green Chile Chicken Orzo Soup–a creamy chicken soup with orzo and green chiles. It’s got cream cheese and avocados for creaminess and lots of flavor from diced green chiles and salsa verde. An easy dump and go recipe.

White Chicken Lasagna–a cheater, dump and go lasagna recipe with Alfredo sauce, lasagna noodles, chunks of chicken, spinach and Parmesan cheese. This recipe is made quickly in your electric pressure cooker.

Cheesy Enchilada Rice–brown rice is pressure cooked with enchilada sauce and spices in minutes and then topped with sharp cheddar, diced avocado and a wedge of lime.

Alfredo Sausage Pasta—flavorful bites of smoked sausage with a creamy sauce that envelopes spaghetti noodles.

Savory Pork Burrito Bowls–perfectly tender and shreddable 5 ingredient pork is cooked quickly in your Instant Pot and then served with rice, guacamole, black beans, sour cream and more of your favorite toppings.

Garlic Beef–fork tender roast beef that is flavored with garlic and other filipino adobo flavors. This recipe only has 6 ingredients. It’s perfect to serve on rolls or over rice for a quick and easy dinner that can feed a crowd.

Creamy Salsa Chicken—tender bites of chicken with an amazing sauce of just 3 ingredients: salsa, lime juice, and sour cream. This chicken and sauce tastes great over rice or rolled up in a tortilla. Plus it’s so fast and easy to make, you can even use frozen chicken.

Honey Mustard Chicken Sandwiches—tender shredded chicken coated with a honey mustard sauce and then served with pickles on top of freshly baked buns.

Mexican Black Beans and Rice–the easiest and tastiest rice ever! Brown rice is cooked in flavorful salsa with garlic salt, a bay leaf and cumin. Canned black beans make this recipe very convenient. And my favorite part is a squeeze of lime juice and a dollop of sour cream on top. Make this as a meal or as a side dish.

Smoked Sausage Country Boil—A one pot meal with tender red potatoes, sweet corn, fresh green beans and smoked sausage. A perfect summer meal with tons of flavor.

Chicken Adobo–an easy 6-ingredient recipe for the tastiest chicken ever! A Filipino recipe of tender chicken thighs braised in vinegar and soy sauce with lots of garlic.

Garlic Chicken Sausage Orzo—orzo pasta with a tangy dijon-balsamic sauce, chicken smoked sausage, zucchini, tomatoes, peppers and parmesan cheese. Loads of flavor and an all in one pot dinner!

3 Packet Roast–a super easy way to make an incredibly tender and flavored roast. You’ll just need a packet of ranch, Italian dressing mix and brown gravy along with a chuck roast for this recipe. If you prefer to make homemade versions of these “packets” I have those recipes for you too!

To make Instant Pot Marinated Pork Chops you just throw some pork chops in a bag with some easy homemade marinade and refrigerate or freeze. Then toss the pork chops into your Instant Pot, push a button and walk away. The easiest pork chops ever. Plus they have tons of flavor!

Café Rio Chicken–this quickly cooked shredded chicken is perfect to serve with your Mexican dinners on salads, in burritos, in enchiladas or over rice.

Related: Check out all my recipes with 5 ingredients or less!

What Pressure Cooker/Slow Cooker Do You Use?

Most of the time I use my 6 quart oval Kitchenaid slow cooker.* I love this slow cooker (you can see me talking about it in a video here). It cooks low and evenly. I love the medium heat choice because most slow cookers that I’ve seen only have the option of cooking on low or high. If you’re going to buy just one slow cooker, this is the one that I recommend.

For pressure cooking I use my 6 quart Instant Pot Duo 60 7 in 1*. I love this Instant Pot because it has the yogurt making function which I use almost weekly. It has two pressure settings (high and low), and there are also little slots in the handles so that you can rest the lid there instead of putting it down on your counter-top.

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45 Healthy Instant Pot Recipes You’ll Want to Cook Over and Over Again

People are pretty devoted to their Instant Pots—rightfully so, considering one will cook almost anything beautifully. And because of its popularity, there’s a plethora of healthy Instant Pot recipes out there just begging to be made—from creamy soups to flavorful veggie sides to fall-off-the-bone tender meat.

The Instant Pot can function as a pressure cooker or a slow cooker, and it also lets you sauté, steam, and quickly cook just about everything from pork ribs to artichoke hearts. (It’s also a rice cooker and yogurt maker, because why not do all the things?) Home chefs, including yours truly, love this little appliance because it drastically reduces the cooking time of meals that typically have to simmer for a long time—like beef stew, bolognese sauce, and chicken stock.

Another thing that’s great about these healthy Instant Pot recipes? Most of them can be made in just the one pot—no extra pots or pans required. That means you get to shave time off the clean-up too. (Personally, that’s the part I dread most about cooking.)

With the 45 healthy Instant Pot recipes below, you can spend less time in the kitchen, while still getting a delicious and nutritious main, side, appetizer, or entire meal. Sounds like a fantasy, but trust me, it’s definitely a real thing.

A note about the word healthy here: We know that healthy is a complicated concept. Not only can it mean different things to different people, it’s a word that’s pretty loaded (and sometimes fraught), thanks to the diet industry’s influence on the way we think about food. At SELF, when we talk about food being healthy, we’re primarily talking about foods that are nutritious, filling, and satisfying. But it also depends on your preferences, your culture, what’s accessible to you, and so much more. We selected these recipes with those basic criteria in mind while also trying to appeal to a wide variety of nutritional needs and taste buds.

Healthy Instant Pot Recipes

Yes, fast can mean healthy! When you’re making a home cooked meal, at least. And these filling, healthy Instant Pot recipes are proof that you sometimes can get everything you want—even on a busy weeknight.

    . From burritos to bowls to quesadillas, a simple pot of flavorful, Mexican pinto beans is the foundation of many of our favorite quick meals. Plus, thanks to the Instant Pot, pinto beans go from dry to perfectly-cooked in just over an hour. . An intoxicating blend of spicy, sweet and savory ingredients make this Instant Pot chicken tagine a memorable meal that’s ready fast. . Boneless, skinless chicken breast, rice, black beans, tomatoes, and spices come together to make a truly delicious and healthy burrito bowl. . An Instant Pot copycat recipe of P. F. Chang’s Asian chicken lettuce wraps. YUM.

If you make ANY of these 20 BEST Instant Pot Recipes, we want to hear about it! Be sure to tag us on instagram using @themodernproper or #themodernproper if you do!

10 Best Instant Pot Recipes for Everyone

The best and easiest instant pot recipes for anyone who owns an Instant Pot! From 20-minute chicken burrito bowls to pot roast in less than 1 hour! If you don’t have an Instant Pot just yet, these recipes will be sure to convince you to get one ASAP!

1. Instant Pot 20 Minute Chicken Burrito Bowls – This literally comes together in less than 10 min prep and another 10 min in the pressure cooker. The chicken is so tender and the flavors are just unbelievable here. After this, you’ll never want to make burrito bowls without your IP. [GET THE RECIPE.]

2. Instant Pot Creamy Broccoli Mac and Cheese – Making mac and cheese in the Instant Pot is definitely the way to go. It’s unbelievably easy, it’s made in one single pot (hello, easiest clean up ever), and the mac and cheese comes out amazingly creamy. You can’t beat that. [GET THE RECIPE.]

3. Instant Pot Potato Corn Chowder – So hearty, cozy and creamy – perfect for those cold nights. It’s comfort food at it’s easiest. [GET THE RECIPE.]

4. Instant Pot Red Beans and Rice – Thanks to the pressure cooker, everyone’s favorite New Orleans dish can be made in no time. No need to presoak the beans either. Simply throw everything into the IP and let it do the work for you. [GET THE RECIPE.]

5. Instant Pot Korean Beef – No sautéing. No shredding. No nothing. Just 10 min prep or less. And the meat comes out so perfectly melt-in-your-mouth tender. [GET THE RECIPE.]

6. Instant Pot Mushroom Risotto – I promise, this will be the EASIEST risotto you will ever make right in your pressure cooker without any stirring or any kind of fuss or babysitting. The risotto comes out perfectly too – rich and creamy, loaded with mushrooms, spinach, peas and freshly grated Parmesan. [GET THE RECIPE.]

7. Instant Pot Pot Roast – A complete pot roast Sunday dinner in the pressure cooker in just 60 minutes? Yes, please. [GET THE RECIPE.]

8. The Best Instant Pot Chili – Yes, it’s simply the best. Just be sure to serve with lots of cornbread, please. [GET THE RECIPE.]

9. Instant Pot Butter Chicken – Better than restaurant-quality butter chicken right at home. Serve with rice and extra garlic naan for the best home-cooked meal ever. [GET THE RECIPE.]

10. Instant Pot Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana Copycat – This copycat tastes just like the restaurant version except you can now make it right in the IP. Anyone can make it so it’s basically fool-proof. [GET THE RECIPE.]

45 Best Instant Pot Recipes to Make Your Whole Family Happy This Week

There are generally two kinds of Instant Pot people out there: those who have cooked with the gadget and become obsessed, and those who haven't yet tried it. Because, as current Instant Pot devotees know, it's impossible not to get hooked on this multi-cooker&mdashparticularly if you've got The Pioneer Woman Instant Pot, which is both useful and beautiful. Not only does the Instant Pot make weeknight cooking easier, faster, and more fun, but there are way less dishes to clean up. And you can get slow-cooked flavor in a fraction of the time using the pressure cooker feature.

Here, you'll find some of the best Instant Pot recipes&mdashincluding Instant Pot soup recipes&mdashso you can make family meals with a little more ease. With the press of a button, you'll be enjoying restaurant-quality meals right at home, like a delicious pot roast, the easiest-ever pork chops, and flavorful chicken recipes. The fun of Instant Pot cooking, you see, is that the possibilities are nearly endless: Soup recipes, sides, mains, ground turkey recipes, comfort food recipes, and so much more are all within your reach. If you like slow cooker recipes and Crock-Pot recipes, you'll love this new-and-improved method. Dessert is an option too: Click through to find a recipe for an Oreo cheesecake that'll become a new favorite (and just might help you win big at your next bake sale).

Whether you've owned an Instant Pot for years or are just now discovering the wonders of this genius device, it's time to learn how to make the most of it. Sunday dinner, prepare to get upgraded!

Make Caramelized Instant Pot BBQ Chicken in 3 Super Easy steps with a few pantry staples. Juicy & tender BBQ Chicken bursting with sticky-smoky-sweet flavors. A delicious family recipe for busy nights!

Get the Recipe: Instant Pot BBQ Chicken

Watch the video: 4 Easy Instant Pot Dinners (May 2022).