9 Time-Saving Instant Pot Recipes for Fall

9 time-saving instant pot recipes for fall

Fall can be quite a busy time, especially for families with children, and it's the perfect time to pull out the pressure cooker and whip up incredibly quick meals. Whether you need to save time and effort on breakfast, lunch, or dinner, the famously popular Instant Pot can handle it.

Don't have an Instant Pot yet? Check out our article on 9 Reasons People Can't Stop Talking About InstaPot for everything you need to know before buying this miracle appliance.

Featured Recipes

So let's get right to it, shall we? By the time we get through these 9 recipes, you'll have had nearly enough time to cook any one of them, so let's not dilly-dally!

Instant Pot Italian Soup

italian soup all because she savedWhat's more comforting on a cool fall evening than some hearty Italian soup? This recipe from Keri Lyn at All Because She Saved takes no time at all and has ground Italian sausage, chopped carrots and potatoes, stewed tomatoes, and a few other awesome ingredients. Serve it up with some hearty bread and you're all set for a cozy night in. 

Pressure Cooker Spicy Orange Beef

pressure cooker spicy orange beefThis delicious flank steak dish is spiced with red pepper flakes, orange zest, and green onion for a very satisfying Asian-inspired dish. Enjoyed with a little rice and some pressure-cooked veggies, this another quick but hearty dinner.

Instant Pot Apple Crisp

instant pot apple crispLet's switch gears a little and move on to dessert: this recipe takes advantage of crisp fall apples and marries them with rolled oats, maple syrup, brown sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg—all the sweet flavors of fall! Plus is comes together in less than 15 minutes.

Instant Pot Salsa Chicken

mango salsa chicken flour on my faceThis instant pot salsa chicken from Arlene at Flour On My Face results in a perfectly seasoned batch of shredded chicken with flavors of peach and mango, ready to be wrapped up in warm tortillas and topped with shredded cheddar cheese. This could not be easier to make, and is sure to please the whole family.

Arlene also loves using her Instant Pot to steam veggies like red potatoes and green beans!

Instant Pot Sausage Tortellini

instant pot sausage tortelliniDid you know you can make pasta in the Instant Pot? This sausage tortellini is ready in under 30 minutes and super satisfying. Enjoy it with some crusty bread or a salad on the side.

Instant Pot Brown Sugar Glazed Chicken

brown sugar chicken all because she savedSometimes the fall months call for some classic comfort food, and this dish from Keri Lyn at All Because She Saved is just the ticket. The glazed chicken is seared, then pressure-cooked and served with rice and broccoli, resulting in a healthy meal that the whole family enjoys.

Instant Pot Cheesecake

instant pot cheesecakeDid you know you could make cheesecake in the Instant Pot? This cheesecake comes out moist, dense, and rich, with a crumbly crust that can't be beat.

Instant Pot Pulled Pork

pulled pork flour on my faceBarbecue never goes out of season, but it's certainly harder to grill when the weather is cold. That's part of what makes these pulled pork bbq sandwiches from Arlene at Flour On My Face so perfect! Pulled pork is cooked quickly in the Instant Pot and comes out super tender and flavorful—the baked beans you'll want to serve alongside are also perfect when made in the Instant Pot!

Pressure Cooker Banana Pecan Brulee Oatmeal

pressure cooker banana pecan brulee oatmealLast but not least, this morning oatmeal from Debby at A Feast For The Eyes combines bruleed bananas, chopped pecans, and rolled oats for an irresistable yet healthy fall breakfast. 

Looking for even more Instant Pot recipes? Check out our Instant Pot category page!

Featured Bloggers

keri lyn because she savedKeri Lyn, author of All Because She Saved, has been blogging for 10 years and loves sharing what she's learned along the way with her readers. She is passionate about saving money, but more importantly managing time—making time for the important, life-giving things (including meals with family) and minimizing the rest.

arlene flour on my faceArlene, author of Flour On My Face, loves cooking and blogging for the chance to express her creative personality. She is also a stay at home mom of 3 with empty nest syndrome on the horizon and is an excellent resource for those who need to cook for the whole family.

debby a feast for the eyesDebby, author of A Feast for the Eyes, is a recipe blogger from California. Her cooking influences include her mother's Bavarian cooking and her father's Latino heritage. She loves recipes that are simple, unpretentious comfort home cooking.

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