Beef and lentil chili is easy to prepare and is so comforting during the fall and winter months. This easy-to-prepare healthy dinner recipe requires just one pot and about 1 hour to make. Chili lovers, what’s your chili theory? We all have preferences! Thick and meaty, soupy and vegetable-packed, spicy, mild, loaded with toppings, …
Instant Pot Steak and Potato Soup is a belly-warming filling meal that only requires a handful of basic ingredients! Plus it takes very little effort to make in the pressure cooker. Whip up a batch and enjoy with the whole family.
True confession: Campbell’s Chunky Steak and Potato Soup was my absolute favorite when I was growing up. Truth bomb #2: if I didn’t have an issue digesting gluten, I would 200% not be resistant to eating a can of it every now and again.
There’s nothing like a thick, comforting soup that warms and fills the belly! While it’s been ages since I’ve eaten the canned soup, a cleaner, even tastier rendition is easy to make at home. Plus, I like adding bacon…so you know it’s MEGA!
In the past, when I’ve made beef soups on the stove top, the meat has always turned out hard and difficult to chew. Cooking it in the Instant Pot is the ultimate remedy and results in the most tender, flavorful meat without a huge time investment.
Let’s make it already!
Instant Pot Mexican shredded beef is a goof-proof approach to the best taco meat! This easy recipe makes restaurant-style shredded beef and takes just over an hour to prepare.
Alternatively titled: How to make 4 pounds of beef disappear in less than an hour.
Lately, my family has collectively turned over a new leaf. We have been meeting one night a week for family dinner for the last couple of months. You see, we have all lived in the same 40-mile radius for YEARS (there are LOTS of us) but it is rare that all of us get together for the same events.
Several weeks ago, I hosted my family for family dinner. I made this Instant Pot Mexican Shredded Beef, which we used in tacos, burritos or bowls (it was a build-your-own-adventure sort of dinner), as well as teriyaki chicken, roasted vegetables, homemade rice pilaf, and caesar salad.
I thought for sure there would be leftovers to send home with my mom and siblings, but alas, there was not a morsel of food left.
A Paleo Irish Beef Stew recipe made quick and easy in your Instant Pot! Enjoy this comforting meal on St. Patrick’s Day!
While there’s no denying the joy of a good corned beef, I’m also a big fan of Irish Beef Stew. Traditionally, Irish Beef Stew is made using Guinness.
Because I know most folks around here are gluten-free (and often paleo), I figured I would create the recipe sans beer in the Instant Pot (bonus!). Ease of preparation, gluten-free, paleo-friendly…hitting all the marks here!
The easiest short rib recipe ever! This Instant Pot red wine braised short ribs recipe is goof-proof, fall-off-the-bone delicious, and tastes like you’ve been slaving over the stove for hours. Happy Valentine’s Day! Do you partake? Truthfully, I’ve never been over the moon about it, regardless of my relationship status, but I will say I …
Easy, comforting spaghetti squash bolognese made with straight-forward, simple ingredients. This gem of a dinner is perfect for meal prepping and also easy to throw together any night of the week. This post is sponsored by Thrive® Culinary Algae Oil. You’re looking at one of my favorite dinner staples. This Spaghetti Squash Bolognese is my …
Ropa Vieja, or tender Cuban-style shredded beef, is stewed in a pepper tomato sauce. With slow cooker and pressure cooker instructions, you can make this delicious recipe in either your crock pot or Instant Pot! To celebrate the release of my new cookbook, Paleo Power Bowls, I thought I would share one of my …
These Thai meatballs are HUGE on flavor and make for an amazing clean main entree. Keto, paleo, whole30 and just plain finger-lickin’ good, these meatballs are show-stopping delicious.
I’m thrilled to share this recipe for Thai Meatballs with you, not only because it’s INSANELY good, but because it comes straight from Diane San Sanfilipo’s new cookbook, Keto Quick Start.
If you’re new to Diane’s work, she is the creator of Balanced Bites, a website and blog for healthy living, complete with health and wellness articles as well as recipes. She is also the author of Practical Paleo, and the 21-Day Sugar Detox Guide. In essence, woman knows what she’s talking about when it comes to nutrition!
Diane’s newest book, Keto Quick Start, is an incredible resource for those who are new to the ketogenic diet and want to do it correctly. She provides an amazing guide to understanding how keto works with your body to burn fat for fuel. She discusses the science behind why eating fat doesn’t make you fat, the healing properties of a ketogenic diet, and how to break down your meals according to your personal macro needs. Diane even provides suggested cooking tools to outfit your kitchen in order to make food prep a breeze.
Keto can be an extremely powerful and healing diet when executed correctly. Those who suffer from any form of inflammatory issues (joint pain/arthritis, gastrointestinal issues, skin problems, depression, etc) can see vast improvements of their symptoms through a low-carbohydrate ketogenic diet. In addition, keto is an incredible tool for weight loss for those who struggle to maintain a healthy body weight.
I’m so excited to share this recipe for Instant Pot Pot Roast with you, not only because shredded beef is one of my favorite foods ever, but also because it’s comin’ atcha from Natalie Perry’s new cookbook, The Big Book of Paleo Pressure Cooking.
You may remember Natalie’s first cookbook, The Big Book of Paleo Slow Cooking from my Crock Pot Citrus Pork Chili with Mango post last year. She’s seriously an absolute rock star at recipe development in general and I’m amazed by her ability to generate such easy yet creative and delicious one-pot meals.
The way I see it, The Big Book of Paleo Pressure Cooking is perfect for the pressure cooking newbie to the pressure cooking maven. I’m still fairly new to my Instant Pot, and have found Natalies recipes to be so easy to follow. AND THEY’RE ALL SO GOOD! <- sorry to yell at your face.
The Big Book of Paleo Pressure Cooking includes an introduction that gives you the full rundown on how a pressure cooker (any brand, not just Instant Pot!) works.
Easy, healthful taco stuffed sweet potatoes are a filling, complete meal. Whip them up any night of the week, or turn it into a meal prep situation! I find myself hankering for tacos and burritos regularly. While I can definitely dig a gluten-free or grain-free tortilla, sometimes I’m cool with just stuffing my taco into …
Tender, flavorful short ribs made with tart cherry juice for a paleo-friendly short rib recipe. Serve these paleo Instant Pot short ribs on top of mashed sweet potatoes for a complete, satisfying meal!
Words can’t adequately describe how much I love this recipe for Paleo Instant Pot Short Ribs. I’ve made short ribs countless times over the years, and the Instant Pot version is by far my favorite approach.
First off, cooking short ribs in the Instant Pot requires far less time than the stove top, oven, and slow cooker approach. For the longest time, I reserved short ribs for very special occasions because of the length of time required…but this method only takes just over an hour, if you can believe it!
Secondly, the actual end result is so consistently amazing – mouth-wateringly tender, fall-of-the-bone bliss…le sigh…
This is the life.
Delicious gluten-free meatballs swaddled in a creamy cauliflower-based sauce. This paleo take on classic Swedish meatballs omits the heavy cream for a lighter yet still satisfying main entree. Have you ever had the pleasure of enjoying Swedish Meatballs? I admit, I’m new to them. Although I’m a Swedish meatball newb, I love them with all …