An easy vegetable soup recipe with fresh vegetables! This quick and simple vegetable soup recipe comes together in 30 minutes on your stove top, or can be made in your Instant Pot or slow cooker. Put it on repeat during the chilly fall and winter months!
Instant Pot recipes that are gluten-free, paleo, whole30 and nutritious. Easy dinner recipes made in the pressure cooker.
Instant Pot Beef Bourguignon made gluten-free, and paleo friendly! This easy beef bourguignon recipe is so simple to make in the pressure cooker and results in the most comforting dinner recipe!
You’ll be shocked to know it’s so easy that it can be made virtually any night of the week and put on repeat! No fancy occasion necessary!
Beef Bourguignon. Wow, what a topic! I almost didn’t want to touch this classic dish due to its notoriety. To me it seemed like one of those dishes that could only be touched by the most well-esteemed of highly-trained chefs.
Well, I’m happy to say, I put on my big girl bitches and dove into the lovely land of Bourguignon. Not only is it not at all intimidating, but it’s just one of those feel-good meals that we should all be enjoying during the chilly fall and winter months.
Let’s take a step back for the bourg newbies in the house.
What is Beef Bourguignon:
Beef Bourguignon (also known as Beef Burgundy, bœuf à la Bourguignonne or bœuf bourguignon in France) is a classic French beef stew. Tender chunks of meat are smothered in a thick sauce made of red wine (or burgundy) and beef stock that is typically thickened by a roux (butter and flour mixture).
Traditionally, the dish includes onions, carrots, herbs, mushrooms, and bacon. Some people add potatoes to the stew to make it even more filling and inviting.
Easy Instant Pot Chicken Cacciatore recipe is an Italian classic of chicken stewed in tomato sauce with peppers and onions. Healthy, paleo.
Easy Instant Pot Pulled Pork and Apples is a quick healthy shredded pork recipe with just a few ingredients. Recipe includes crock pot option.
Instant Pot Hamburger Helper With Rice – a dairy-free, healthier version of classic Hamburger Helper for an amazingly filling dinner.
When I was a kid, I had the metabolism of a wolverine. Protein, carb and fat-rich meals that stick to your ribcage like Lasagna, Tuna Noodle Casserole, and Hamburger Helper were some of my favorites because I was guaranteed to feel full after those dinners – a rare occasion indeed.
And Hamburger Helper? The relationship was fiery.
There’s something very nostalgic about a childhood meal and most of us begin craving comfort foods in the fall and winter when the weather gets chilly.
Or in my case, all the time. Girl loves to feel FULL!
Enter: Homemade Hamburger Helper.
What is Hamburger Helper?:
Most of you are already very familiar, but in case you’ve never tried it, Hamburger Helper is a beefy noodle dish in a creamy seasoned sauce, resulting in a dinner that just sticks straight to your ribcage. It is DELICIOUS.
In order to make iconic Hamburger Helper at home using ingredients that sit well with me, I took many liberties so that I could create a meal I felt good serving both myself and others. This is how it goes..
How This Recipe Differs From Traditional Hamburger Helper:
- First and foremost, there is no pasta involved. I swapped it out for rice.
- The recipe is entirely dairy-free, but you can easily use milk/cream and/or cheese (see Recipe Adaptations) section below.
- Made in an Instant Pot! Traditionally, my parents made hamburger helper on the stove top, and sometimes finished it off in the oven with more cheese. This recipe requires almost zero effort, hovering, minimal cleanup, and is so QUICK and easy!
Now that you have some background information and know how we’re firing out Version 2.0, lets dive into more details..
Vegetable Beef Soup is a hearty, delicious, filling yet clean recipe perfect for a cozy dinner in. This easy healthy soup recipe is keto-friendly and can be made in a jiffy when under a time crunch! I discovered a few years ago that sweater weather plus a big bowl of vegetable beef soup is where …
25 Healthy Instant Pot Recipes from around the web that are paleo, whole30, and/or keto. These lower carb dinner recipes are simple to prepare in the pressure cooker and will surely keep you satiated!
On the prowl for healthy Instant Pot dinner recipes? Heard that!
I’m constantly looking for ways of keeping dinner interesting while maintaining a health-conscious diet. Because I constantly catch myself looking for nutritious pressure cooker recipes, it dawned on me you probably do, too!
In order to keep it simple and clean, I have rounded up the most mouth-watering paleo and keto recipes in my corner of the web and have plopped them down right here for you to enjoy. Keep coming back any time you need inspiration for dinner!
Without further adieu, here are…
25 Healthy Instant Pot Recipes:
Instant pot chicken and rice with broccoli, lemon zest and rosemary comes together quickly and makes for a nourishing, satisfying meal! Serve it up for family dinner, or make it for meal prep!
Chicken and rice, or what my partner refers to as the body builders diet is on constant rotation in my household.
It really does have everything you need for a strong body: lean protein, and easy to digest carbohydrate to give your system the fuel it needs to thrive.
Oh, and don’t forget the broccoli! Fiber, vitamins, done!
That may be an overly simplistic way of looking at food, But haste: This instant pot chicken and rice recipe is anything but dull. It’s full of herby, zesty flavor with bold onion and garlic overtones for a super flavorful approach to putting fuel in the tank.
Plus, using your pressure cooker makes this a one-pot meal for ease of prep and cleanup. AND it comes together quickly with the most mouth-watering, tender chicken. If you’re a meal prepper, this recipe is Magic for your arsenal!
Let’s make it!
Instant Pot Garlic Herb Rotisserie Chicken is a perfectly moist and tender whole body chicken recipe that turns out just like rotisserie chicken. This amazing chicken recipe is prepared in your pressure cooker in right around 1 hour! Make it a part of your weekly meal prep routine!
If you checked out my Instant Pot Turmeric Rotisserie Chicken, you’re already familiar with the amazingness that is the pressure cooker rotisserie chicken. There’s really nothing like it! …Except for actual rotisserie chicken.
But who has a rotisserie in their home? Do you? If so, I’m handing myself a standing invitation to your place 😉
As an avid meat eater, I am pretty picky about my poultry. I find bone-in skin-on pieces are the most flavorful, and fall-off-the bone tender should be the rule. There’s no room in life for a dry piece of meat, you feel?
What I love about this approach to rotisserie chicken is the entire chicken turns out crazy tender, perfect and flavorful…even the breast meat is succulent!
The entire process of this Instant Pot Garlic Herb Rotisserie Chicken takes about an hour on the dot. A definite win for a weeknight dinner with the family, or for those of you who meal prep.
All you need to do to prepare the recipe is make a slurry (oil + seasonings + garlic + sea salt) and rub it all over a whole body chicken prior to pressure cooking it. Minimal prep…minimal ingredients…hardly any effort…SHOW STOPPING DELICIOUS!
Let’s whip it up!
An Instant Pot rice pudding recipe made dairy-free with minimal pantry ingredients. This easy rice pudding recipe is vegan (no eggs required!!), hardly any effort to prepare in the pressure cooker, is thick and creamy and the perfect dessert to share with the whole family.
This post includes instructions on how to make traditional rice pudding (or arroz con leche) using milk and condensed milk.
Rice pudding is one of those desserts I tend to forget about and then rejoice when I remember its existence. Thick, creamy, perfectly sweet and cinnamony with a nice little chew…it’s a pudding lover’s dream!
Many countries have their own take on rice pudding. For instance, arroz con leche in Mexico and South American countries, Kheer in India, Philippino Biko, and Guatemala, Japan, Sweden, Germany, Newfoundland, Greece, and Portugal all have a unique take on the dessert.
In case you have never tried rice pudding, I’ll give you the quick run down. Made with white rice, milk, sugar, cinnamon, and sometimes raisins, the pudding has a thick texture from the combination of milk and starch from the rice in addition to a bit of a chewiness. You could compare the concept to tapioca pudding, but with rice instead of tapioca pearls.
Rice pudding is traditionally served chilled, but it can also be served warm. I recommend preparing the recipe in advance to allow for chill time.
In order to make dairy-free rice pudding, I use full-fat canned coconut milk and use pure maple syrup instead of sugar. I have provided options to change up the milks and sweeteners later in the post.
Rice pudding is so incredibly easy to make and is fun to share with friends and family, AND it is even easier to make it in the Instant Pot than the stove top. It is a wonderful dessert that can be enjoyed any time of the year, and is awesome for celebrating Cinco de Mayo (although be sure to call it “arroz con leche,” or in this case, “arroz con leche de coco.” 😉
Instant Pot shredded chicken tacos with an easy cabbage slaw, salsa, and pico de gallo make for a fresh and vibrant meal! Whip up the shredded chicken in your Instant Pot or crock pot for amazingly flavorful tacos.
Did you check out my Instant Pot Shredded Chicken recipe I posted yesterday? If so, you know what’s about to go down.
Shredded chicken tacos, that’s what!
These fun and frisky tacos are all the flavorful and are easy to throw together at a moment’s notice! The chicken takes less than 30 minutes to make from start-to-finish and you can prepare your toppings while it cooks.
Let’s talk toppings!
Chicken Taco Toppings: I like pico de gallo, green salsa, and a homemade quick cabbage slaw. Pressed for time? Buy it all pre-made! I buy the pico and green salsa from the store and make the cabbage slaw in 2 minutes flat.
The slaw only requires two ingredients: cabbage and lime juice. And sea salt. BOOM slaw.
You can also go with cheese, onion, cilantro, and/or avocado for topping. Homemade pineapple or mango salsa work great as well!
You can go with corn or flour tortillas or grain-free tortillas to keep the tacos low-carb and/or paleo-friendly.
Let’s make them!
How to Make Instant Pot Shredded Chicken – an easy recipe that requires a few basic ingredients. Post includes plenty of flavor options to change up the theme! The question is… when do we not need shredded chicken? I’ve been wracking my brain and can’t come up with the answer. Because I eat animal …