There are so many Instant Pot accessories out there, it can be hard to know which ones to buy. That’s why we did some testing of our own, and we think these are some of the best Instant Pot accessories you can get!
These easy apple turnovers are made with store-bought puff pastry or homemade pie crust. They’re filled with tart apples, currants, walnuts, sugar and cinnamon. All the best fall flavors in a hand-held pie!
Crunchy, crispy apple crisp recipe! This is the easiest of the apple desserts. Just bake sliced tart apples topped with a streusel oat topping, with plenty of brown sugar, butter, and cinnamon. Serve with ice cream!
Let’s get cozy with comforting, family favorite dinners. We’ll make use of seasonal ingredients, as well as pantry staples to keep the chill at bay. Warm up to sheet pan chicken with spicy harissa, vegetarian chili, mac and cheese, pork tenderloin and more!
This wet bottom Pennsylvania Dutch Shoofly Pie is the perfect pantry pie recipe. If you love molasses and simple ingredients, this pie is for you. The strong molasses flavor is tempered with butter and a warm-spice crumble topping. This pie is just what your coffee break needs.
Cream cheese frosting is so easy to make! This is a classic cream cheese frosting with cream cheese, butter, powdered sugar, and vanilla. It’s perfect for icing carrot cake, cupcakes, and cookies. Nothing beats homemade frosting.
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Switch up your burger game and make a patty melt for dinner (or lunch) this week. Layer caramelized onions, Swiss cheese, and a perfectly thin burger patty between two slices of toasted bread for the BEST HOMEMADE patty melt ever! This recipe serves two, but you can easily scale it up or down.
Looking for a refreshing drink? Try this simple, fruit forward and easy-to-make Hard Cider Mimosa. The fruity apple aroma from the cider combined with tart pomegranate juice makes this drink perfect for front porch sipping.
Tired of clumpy, wet quinoa? Worry no more! Cook the lightest, fluffiest quinoa in 20 minutes; then add it to salads, bowls, and wraps. It keeps well in the fridge, so make a big batch, and use this gluten-free, protein-rich “grain” all week!
Porcupine meatballs are a classic retro dinner, made easier and quicker in the Instant Pot! Ground beef and rice meatballs are served in a simple tomato sauce. (No porcupines!) This is an easy 30 minute dinner.
Love food holidays? Here’s a meal plan inspired by some of the best ones September has to offer. Make a peanut curry, eat a hoagie, dig into classic nachos, and more! Dinner is a great reason to celebrate!
What makes this Club Sandwich the ULTIMATE? Oven roasted turkey, crispy bacon, fresh veggies, and a homemade garlic aioli! This layered turkey club sandwich takes a little time to build, but it’s worth every step.
Easy, delicious, and loaded with flavor, these Mojo Marinated Pork Kebabs are begging you to make the most of grilling season. The punchy garlic- and citrus-flavored marinade is traditionally used in Hispanic dishes and pairs beautifully with grilled pineapple!
Whether online or in-person, lunch is a highlight to any school day. Yet it can be challenging to decide what food to put in the lunch box. Make it easy on yourself with these easy lunch box recipes that your kids will love!
Fire up the grill and get ready for this Greek-inspired vegetarian grilled pizza! The crisp crust is topped with briny olives, feta, zucchini ribbons, tomatoes, and fresh herbs. It’s everything that’s wonderful about summer in every slice.
BBQ Chicken cooked slowly on the grill, slathered with your favorite barbecue sauce — does it get any better? This is the best recipe for making perfect BBQ chicken for all your summer gatherings and cook outs.
This easy Greek Salad is made with plum tomatoes, cucumbers, red onion, bell pepper, kalamata olives, and crumbled feta cheese. Tossed with a lemon and red wine vinegar vinaigrette dressing, it’s ready for a summer picnic!
School is back in session and no matter if the kids are in the classroom or logging in from the kitchen table, schedules are busy for everyone. Make it easy on yourself and prep these recipes beforehand. You won’t regret it!
Craving a vacation? Travel through food with this weekly meal plan, featuring awesome regional specialties like crab cakes, South Carolina BBQ and Cincinnati Chili for a road trip adventure without leaving your hometown. No reservations needed!
Gabriela Cámara is an international restaurateur and author of My Mexico City Kitchen: Recipes and Convictions. We interviewed her to discuss the popularity of the modern Mexican table, her position on sustainable food, and her commitment to creating equitable work environments.
If you’re not already making pizza every week, what are you waiting for? This is a fantastic tradition to start for your family. And thanks to our method for pizza on the grill, it’s also a great way to enjoy pizza at home in your backyard this summer!
No ice cream maker? No problem! Get ready to enjoy summer peaches at their best with this No-Churn Peach Cobbler Ice Cream. It’s easy and only takes 20 minutes to make. The hard part is waiting for it to freeze!
These classic pickled jalapeños, or jalapeños escabeche, are made with fresh jalapeño chili peppers, white onions, garlic, carrots, cider vinegar and herbs. Serve them alongside Mexican dishes, or slice them up for burgers, tacos, or salsas.
Grab up all the summer vegetables and cook them in fresh, fast weeknight recipes for quick and easy warm-weather dinners featuring vegetable pizza, scallops with sweetcorn, stuffed zucchini and steak with peppers!
Cool, crunchy cucumbers combined with sweet, juicy peaches and dressed in a peppery basil vinaigrette is a great way to make the most of summer and all its gorgeous flavors. This refreshing salad is easy to make and goes great with grilled meat.
Whether you’re looking for new ways to use the abundance of summer tomatoes or simply want a quick side dish, these vegetarian stuffed tomatoes filled with mozzarella, parmesan, and fresh herbs are simple and delicious.
If your garden is bursting with fresh herbs and vegetables, now is the time to make ALL THE PESTO! Don’t limit yourself to basil pesto. Try mint, parsley, arugula, kale and even carrot top pesto. It freezes beautifully so you can enjoy your garden bounty all year long.