If you’re in the market for Instant Pot recipes for Christmas and the holidays, then you showed up to the right place! I’ve teamed up with some of the top Instant Pot recipe developers and bloggers on the internet to bring you a full menu. This roundup is complete with 20 Instant Pot recipes to cover appetizers, main courses, sides, and dessert! YOU’RE WELCOME.
20 Instant Pot Recipes for Christmas
We’ve put together this beautiful collage, which has the picture and a link to the recipe so you can go straight to each one, pin it, and get to making! Click through below.
Instant Pot Peppermint Cheesecake by TIDBITS
Instant Pot Ham by The Typical Mom
Instant Pot Creamed Spinach by Stay Snatched
Instant Pot Jalapeño Cheddar Corn Bread by Herbivore Cucina
Instant Pot Eggnog Stuffed French Toast by Devour Dinner
Instant Pot Bacon & Herb Scalloped Potatoes by Sweet N Sassy Eats
Pressure Cooker Cranberry Baked French Toast by Pressure Cooking Today
Instant Pot Peanut Clusters by Cooking with Karli
Creamy Instant Pot Green Bean Casserole by Instant Pot Eats
Instant Pot Applesauce by The Butter Half
Instant Pot Cornmeal Dumplings by Enhance Your Palate
Instant Pot Cranberry Meatballs by Life Made Simple
Instant Pot Spinach Artichoke Dip by Happy Healthy Mama
Instant Pot Maple Mustard Turkey Breast by Greens & Chocolate
Instant Pot Garlic & Herb Carrots by Piping Pot Curry
Delightfully Delicious Deviled Eggs by My Imperfect Kitchen
Instant Pot Cranberry Apple Pecan Rice Pilaf by 365 Days of Slow Cooking and Pressure Cooking
Instant Pot White Chocolate Creme Brulee with Candy Cane Sugar Shell by Instant Pot Cooking
Instant Pot Whole Tandoori Chicken by Ministry of Curry
Instant Pot Caramelized Bacon Green Beans by Jenuine Home/Instant Pot Creations
Helpful tips for cooking with your Instant Pot
New to the wonderful world of pressure cooking, AKA using your Instant Pot? It makes cooking quick and easy, by cutting your time in half so you can spend that precious commodity doing other things. (Like binge-watching Friends.)
Here are three tips that I’ve found useful when cooking in my Instant Pot:
- Use those little grooves on the side to hold your Instant Pot lid. Then you don’t get steamy Instant Pot residue all over your counter! Here’s a video of what I’m talking about.
- Get this steamer basket with a handle, so you don’t burn your wrists and hands trying to pull out your finished product that require a trivet or steam basket. (First hand experience talking over here.)
- Always make sure you have at least 1 cup of water in your pot, or else it won’t produce enough steam.
Be sure to check out my other Instant Pot recipes here!
Happy holiday pressure cooking!