Are you trying to eat healthier, but lack the time to prepare homemade meals?
An Instant Pot is an electric kitchen appliance that functions as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, yogurt maker, steamer and more. With seven different functions it’s extremely versatile. It’s easy to use and convenient. You can set it and walk away. It will keep your food warm until you’re ready to enjoy.
1. Makes Life Easier
Cooking doesn’t need to be complicated or time-consuming. The Instant Pot is a nourishing solution to feeding your family with ease. This single appliance has made cooking faster and more convenient.
- Save time. A slow cooker recipe that takes 8-10 hours requires only about 40 minutes pressure cooking.
- Save money by cutting costs of dining out and it’s energy efficient.
- 7 functions in 1 appliance = simplify and save space in your kitchen.
- Easy to clean. Although the lid needs to be hand washed, the stainless steel insert is dishwasher safe.
- It’s much safer and easier to use than stove top pressure cookers.
2. Makes Life More Delicious
You’ll love these stress-free, gluten-free, paleo-friendly Instant Pot recipes! Bursting with flavor, they yield plenty of leftovers and can be enjoyed in a variety of delicious ways to please even the pickiest of eaters.
- Homemade Bone Broth
- Crispy Potatoes
- Spaghetti Squash
- Kalua Pig
- Lamb Curry or Shanks
- Beef Ribs, Pot Roast, Mexican Beef or Short Ribs
- Chicken Enchilada Soup
- Whole Chicken Note: I’ve found 5 minutes per pound to be great. Then, let rest for 15 minutes.
- Super quick ground beef recipe: 3 lb grass-fed ground beef + 16 oz tomato sauce + sea salt on “low” pressure for 15 minutes. Yummy when added to tacos, pasta, winter squash, eggs or soups.
- Yogurt: 1/2 gallon raw milk + 1/4 cup store-bought yogurt on “yogurt” setting for 24 hours. Enjoy as a drinkable version of yogurt or strain to make whey and cream cheese.
- More delicious recipes at Nom Nom Paleo, Against All Grain and Hip Pressure Cooking.
3. Makes Life More Nutritious
- Preserves nutrients, especially the pressure cooker setting!
- Easy way to enjoy more whole foods and quick bone broth!
- Non-toxic: The interior used to cook food is stainless steel. There’s no teflon or non-stick coating.
My goal is to make healthy eating delicious and doable so it’s sustainable. The Instant Pot fits all of the criteria to make eating healthier enjoyable and almost effortless!
I have no affiliations with this product. I just love it and think you will too. This is the one I use: Instant Pot IP-DUO60 7-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker 6 Qt/1000W, Stainless Steel Cooking Pot.
Have you tried the Instant Pot? What did you think?
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Cate Ritter is a Certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Practitioner specializing in weight loss, digestive health and hormone balance. In person, Skype, phone and corporate health programs available.