Instant Pot Pumpkin Fettuccine Alfredo is delicious, creamy and satisfying! It’s perfect for a busy weeknight and has a delicious addition of pumpkin and white beans. White beans are optional but they add extra nutrients, fibre, and protein which is great when you are feeding picky eaters. This pasta is easy and really fast to make! Great for busy moms!
This Instant Pot Pumpkin Pudding Cake takes no time to prepare and tastes like Pumpkin Spice Latte. Delicious, creamy, cozy, and easy! Made in electric pressure cooker in just 7 minutes.
Read the detailed instructions, tips, and suggestions and watch a quick video to see how easy this cake is to make!
Instant Pot Creamy Chicken Pasta is delicious and comforting. Cooked in an Electric Pressure Cooker in just 5 minutes. True one pot recipe. So easy and delicious!
Click the link to read more about ingredients and substitutions and watch a video.
This Instant Pot Fish Soup is quick and easy. It’s flavourful, filling, yet light. Great for summer or winter weather. Easy to make and delicious to eat. Let your electric pressure cooker do all the work!
Vegan Instant Pot No Knead Hawaiian Rolls are a perfect addition to your bread basket. Slightly sweetened with pineapple juice and made with coconut milk, they are soft, yet sturdy and perfect for sandwiches. These Hawaiian Rolls require no kneading and they rise in your electric pressure cooker.
I love the contrast of sweet rolls and salty cheese so that’s been my breakfast over the past few weeks. Then my mom brought me her homemade black currant jam and I couldn’t stop eating it slathered over rolls.
Watch the video to see how beautiful the texture of these rolls is.
This Strawberry Chia Jam is sweet, delicious, and perfectly healthy as it contains no refined sugar! Made in an electric pressure cooker, this Instant Pot Jam takes very little hands-on time and is super convenient to make. Great way to add a little sunshine and sweetness to your breakfast without any guilt! Click to read all the tips and to view the video!
I am part of about 300 hundred Instant Pot Facebook group (ok, I’m exaggerating a little bit) and I see posts a few times a day asking about how to use Instant Pot or talking about the actual time of cooking in an electric pressure cooker or complaining about the steam that they didn’t expect. I was the same. I expected a miracle product and at first was disappointed by what I got. It took time for me to like my Instant Pot and even more time to love using it. I hope this article will help people considering buying an Instant Pot. Here you will find 7 Things You Need To Know About Instant Pot and why you might even not want to buy it.
I took a little break from blogging. I wish it was a break to relax and recharge, but life happened and I just physically had no time and, on occasion, no energy to sit down in front of my computer and write a post. Life is funny. Sometimes there are days, weeks even, when everything is the same and slow and comforting and hours drag like thick molasses. And then suddenly there are swirls of activities, events, deadlines that hit you over the head and rush over thick and steaming like boiling and foaming milk. You blink and a month has gone.
And when life is happening and you have no choice but let it be, these Instant Pot Meatballs and Mashed Potatoes are an easy and delicious comforting meal, ideal for a weeknight dinner. Meatballs are healthy and not fried. The whole dish comes together easy in a pressure cooker and you don’t have to watch multiple pots and pans to cook a complete meal.
This Instant Pot Meatball and Pasta Soup is flavourful, light, yet filling. Juicy meatballs, vegetables, fresh spinach, and perfectly cooked pasta are suspended in beautiful and clear broth. Delicious and satisfying soup any time of the year, made easily in your pressure cooker. Learn how to make this wonderful soups and my thoughts on cooking in Instant Pot.
Healthy Chicken Stew is delicious and easy to make. It has only 5 ingredients and is loaded with vegetables. Made on the stove top or in Instant Pot, it’s a perfect meal to serve over rice, quinoa, or noodles.
If I have a bit extra time then I prefer my Healthy Chicken Stew to be made on the stove top. The chicken and vegetables cook in a little bit of water and their own juices for a long time until everything is melting and juicy. Instant Pot version of this recipe is faster and a bit easier since you don’t have to watch the pan and make sure that there’s enough water. However, because the water doesn’t evaporate in the pressure cooker and the vegetables and the chicken also have a lot of liquid, the resulting stew comes out a bit soupy. To counteract the soupiness (it’s a word, right?), I shred the chicken. The flavour of this Healthy Chicken Stew is the same whether it’s made on the stove top or Instant Pot but the texture is a little bit different.