Tag: instant pot

Instant Pot Recipe: Easy Overnight French Toast Casserole

If you’ve been scouring the internet for the perfect sweet breakfast to pair with your scrambled eggs, then this recipe for overnight Instant Pot French toast casserole is the one for you. Pieces of bread soak up an egg mixture to make a fluffy and delicious dish that’s ready to eat come morning. This is one…


Cinnamon Raisin French Toast Casserole

If you’re looking for a way to bring one of the most iconic breakfast foods to your table, then you have to make this recipe for cinnamon raisin French toast. This dynamic combination of cinnamon raisin bread, brown sugar and maple syrup can be cooked in a multicooker like an Instant Pot in only 30 minutes. This…


A Big Batch of Instant Pot Chickpeas Will Last for Multiple Meals

I find that the more plant-based meals I make, the more cans of chickpeas I use. Canned chickpeas are convenient and a relatively cheap source of protein and fiber. However, my grocery bags are getting heavier with the amount of canned beans I’m bringing home. So, this week I tried cooking a big batch of…


Make a Bean Stew That Has an All-Day Taste in a Fraction of the Time

With the leaves changing color and the weather getting colder, it’s the perfect time to make a hearty stew. This one uses a handful of warm earthy spices, a variety of legumes to fill you up, and an electric pressure cooker to speed up the process. I love using my Instant Pot for bean soups;…


Instant Pot Salsa Chicken Is the Easiest, Most Foolproof Chicken Dinner I Know

Anytime I’m staring down a pack of boneless chicken breasts and need a quick dinner that requires next to no effort, I turn to salsa chicken. It’s the easiest, most foolproof chicken dinner I know, and the reason I always keep a couple of jars of salsa on hand. After just 15 minutes in the…


How to Make Instant Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage

Corned beef and cabbage, the classic Irish dish most often enjoyed on St Patrick’s Day, is considered an essential March recipe by many home cooks. The star of the dish is the beef brisket, which has been cured with salt and spices for days (or up to several weeks) before cooking, resulting in briny, slightly…


Sometimes Using up Your Fridge Contents Results in a Scrumptious Soup

I’m in the process of getting ready to put my house up for sale, which means I’m trying to bring less stuff into the house and use up what I have. This includes the food in the fridge, and right now I have a butternut squash, a few onions, carrots, potatoes, and some garlic—all the…