My Top 5 Instant Pot Recipes: Easy and Delicious

Since I’ve been using my Instant Pot non-stop during this quarantine time, I thought I would share with you my top 5 Instant Pot recipes that are easy and delicious.

Strawberry Jam:

(Prep Time: 4 minutes; Cook Time: 26 minutes)

Main ingredients: fresh strawberries, sugar, lemon juice (I prefer orange juice), cornstarch and water. If you store this jam in your refrigerator it can last up to 3 weeks. I often use the hot water bath canning method to make a couple of batches of this jam. This canning method can keep the jam up to year and makes a great present. Click here for instructions. TIP: This is great jam to top your yogurt with. The yogurt recipe is below.

Strawberry Jam

Yogurt:

(Prep Time: 5 minutes; Cook Time: 8 hrs. and Fridge Time: 4 hrs.)

It’s only three ingredients: 2% Fairlife; One container of Natural Bliss sweet cream flavor and Oui Vanilla yogurt. This easy yogurt recipe is a hit in my house and I’ve made more than 3 batches of this Instant Pot Yogurt. For the detailed recipe, check out my previous blog post.

Bagels:

(Prep Time: 5-7 minutes; Cook Time: 10 minutes)

Adventures of a Nurse has a great air fryer bagel recipe. This is a bit of a messy recipe but so yummy. Main ingredients: flour, greek yogurt and egg. Step by Step Instructions. TIP: Make sure you have enough counter space to roll out the dough. It yields 4 bagels. I recommend eating them right away.

Three Ingredient Bagels

Buffalo Cauliflower Bites:

(Prep Time: 10 minutes; Cook Time: 15 minutes)

I used my air fryer lid for my Instant Pot for this recipe or you can bake it in the oven. This was a good alternative for chicken wings and a great appetizer. Main ingredients: salt, butter, olive oil, Frank’s Red Hot Sauce (#1 ingredient), almond flour, parsley and garlic powder. Instructions, click here.

Instant Pot Honey Garlic Chicken:

(Prep Time: 10 minutes; Cook Time: 20 minutes)

Main ingredients: chicken breasts, salt & pepper, honey, soy sauce, onion, ketchup, oil, garlic gloves, cornstarch and sesame seeds or green onion for the topping. This is a popular recipe in my house. I usually also serve it with side of rice. Step by Step instructions, click here.

If you’re looking for good recipes for your Instant Pot, I encourage you to join the Instant Pot® Community on Facebook. They are a great resource for new recipes for your Instant Pot. I hope you enjoy trying my top 5 favorite Instant Pot recipes.

Denise Wilson
Denise moved to Tampa a couple of years ago and loves it. She’s a proud wife and working Mom of two beautiful teenage daughters and their little dachshund princess, Mollie. She grew up both in Maracaibo, Venezuela and Miami, FL. She loves spending time crafting, baking, Netflix binge watching, getting her nails done and reading romance novels. Professionally, Denise has over 20 years’ experience in corporate communications. She received her B.A. from the University of Central Florida and M.B.A from Rollins College. On the weekends, you’ll see her family at gymnastics meets or her daughter’s choir concerts. You can follow her on Instagram (@girlswanttohave) and Pinterest (@dtwilson8488).

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