13 Easy Instant Pot Recipes for Busy Weeknights
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It’s a busy weeknight, but you need to get dinner on the table within the hour… what do you do? Call in one of these easy Instant Pot recipes to save the day! Check out some of our favorite pressure cooker meals that get dinner on the table with ease.
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Easy and cheesy! Who can resist a bowlful of velvety mac & cheese for dinner? Get the recipe.
This hearty Italian dish is rich, creamy, and comes together in under 30 minutes! Get the recipe.
Looking for comfort food? This recipe is IT. The sauteed beef and creamy mushroom sauce creates the ultimate savory pasta dish. Get the recipe.
It’s a little extra work to stuff the shells with the spinach cheese filling, but trust us – it’s so worth it. Get the recipe.
A recipe that easier than takeout? Sign us up! Even better, this dish uses budget-friendly flank steak so it’s easy to prep and easy on the wallet. Get the recipe.
I have a feeling this may become a regular dish in your household after the first go around. Cooking a whole roast into tender shreds in less than 90 minutes is a real win. Get the recipe.
This is a family-pleasing recipe that’ll have everyone in your household going back for seconds. Get the recipe.
Yup, you can make a full spaghetti dinner in an Instant Pot for the simplest, most inexpensive meal around. Get the recipe.
Talk about finger-lickin’ good! These fall-off-the-bone tender ribs are an absolute BBQ treat and require 30 minutes or less to cook! 🤯 Get the recipe.
Two separate dinner components, same pot—yes, it can be done, folks! Thanks to a handy tray insert, your Instant Pot can do double duty in cooking both potatoes and meatloaf simultaneously. Get the recipe.
Cooking risotto can be a painstakingly labor-intensive and long process, but not with the Instant Pot! Get the recipe.
A crock of this creamy, decadent soup is good for the soul…especially when it’s topped with bacon bits, sour cream, and cheese! Get the recipe.
Hard to believe but you can really cook a turkey in a pressure cooker—in less than an HOUR! You may want to save this recipe in case you have unexpected guests this Thanksgiving. Get the recipe.