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Quick and Hearty Instant Pot® Favorites for the Whole Family
Making nutritious meals that fit into your hectic schedule and satisfy the entire family just got a whole lot easier. Busy mom of five, Lisa Burns, shares a slew of family-friendly meals that can be ready in a flash with the help of your Instant Pot®. Breakfast is a cinch with quick and easy dishes like Make-Ahead Egg Casserole and Warm Strawberries & Cream Millet, and even the pickiest eater will love it when you serve Sausage & (Secret) Sweet Potato Macaroni or Zesty Ranch Chicken Roll-Ups for dinner.
Each recipe is made without processed ingredients, so you can be sure your meals are packed with nutrients, making them just as nourishing as they are tasty. You can make healthier, homemade versions of all your restaurant favorites, like Simple Egg Drop Soup and One-Pot Chicken Marsala Pasta, and even make Late-Night Fudgy Brownies, Georgia Peach Cobbler and other naturally-sweetened desserts to wrap up your meal. Whether you’re cooking for picky preschoolers or prepping for a weeknight dinner with the whole family, Lisa’s recipes are sure to provide mouthwatering meals that will be loved by all.
This debut from This Pilgrim Life blogger Burns lives up to its title creating family meals from scratch but does little to distinguish itself from other Instant Pot cookbooks. Burns is upfront that "easy" doesn't always mean "quick" when it comes to using the various functions of the Instant Pot. However, many of Burns's recipes take just as long in the Instant Pot as they do using traditional methods, such as stuffed burgers (25 minutes to prepare and cook), spaghetti and meatballs (30 minutes to prepare, including browning), buffalo cauliflower bites (50 minutes total, including broiling to finish), and hummus (which takes 75 minutes to prepare, when it can be done in a few minutes using canned beans rather than unsoaked chickpeas). That said, there are several quick, flavorful dishes that stand out: pimento and sausage grits, a garlicky creamy chicken risotto, a chicken tortellini soup, and taco-chicken nachos with chipotle-lime yogurt sauce. While there's little new for fans of the popular kitchen appliance in this solid cookbook, Burns's instructions are crisp and clear.