So you've bought an Instant Pot. Welcome to the club! If you're not as enthusiastic right away as every other Instant Pot owner seems to be, we get it. It can be hard to master the device. So instead of suffering through experimental, rubbery chicken breasts and soggy grain dishes, let the experts lead the way. We've got 24 pressure cooker cookbooks to get you started—many of which were actually authorized by Instant Pot. These books cover everything you need to know, from tips and tricks, vegan recipes, keto recipes, recipes for Thanksgiving and Christmas, and so very much more.
For Instant Pot newbies, this cookbook is a great place to start. Seriously, these recipes are so detailed, they're basically fool-proof.
Learn how to make heart-healthy favorites from Turkey, Greece, north Africa and more in this recipe book.
Filipino food typically relies on long, flavor-inducing broils, for dishes like Sinigang na Baboy (pork tamarind soup) and Putong Puti (steamed rice cake), which makes this cuisine a perfect match for your Instant Pot!
Most people think of their Instant Pot in terms of meals, but if you don't use the machine to make desserts, you're missing out. This book guides you through the sweet treats—like salted caramel cheesecake, classic rice pudding, and brown sugar peach cobbler— that are just waiting to be made.
Tired of wasting food? This cookbook has tons of delicious recipes, like apple-cinnamon French toast cups and shawarma-style chicken and rice, all perfectly proportioned for two people!
This is your must-have Instant Pot recipe resource for game day, dinner parties, brunch, party bites, dips, and desserts. We packed it with more than 70+ recipes for wings, meatballs, sliders, ribs, chili, tacos, monkey bread, frittata, hash, banana bread, cobbler, and much more. If you can dream about eating it, the Delish staff found a way to make it in an Instant Pot. You. Need. This.
James Beard Award–winning author Madhur Jaffrey is credited with introducing Indian food to America. After penning more than a dozen cookbooks on the cuisine, she finally wrote a tome about cooking Indian food in the Instant Pot. To complete your one-pot meal, Jaffrey includes 13 non-pressure cooker recipes, like chutneys, relishes, and salads.
Cooking for the whole fam? This book's got your back, offering meals that'll appease everyone (yes, everyone) and ultimately allow you to spend more QT together. Alongside delicious recipes—like honey barbecue wings and Thai basil noodles with beef—you'll find tips and tricks to utilize your Instant Pot to the fullest.
Alright, all you keto stragglers who've been avoiding the eating plan because it "takes too much work" —allow us to introduce you to your new best friend. Most of the 65 recipes included in this cookbook take only 45 minutes to make from start to finish, and so much of that isn't even active cooking time. You'll get an intro to keto, too, and learn how to meet your macros and follow the diet.
If you love your old-school slow cooker as much as your new-fangled Instant Pot, you'll find recipes that work for both small appliances in here. All the meals can be made by dumping ingredients straight from the freezer into the pot, too. It couldn't be easier!
Milk Street founder Christopher Kimball wants to teach you all about the flexibility of you Instant Pot—like the fact that you can still use it as a slow cooker—so most recipes come with instructions for both settings. The food sticks to Milk Street's ethos: "fresh flavor combinations and innovative techniques from around the world."
This bible to the OG pressure cooker has recipes that are authorized for every single Instant Pot model. Plus, there are tips, too—like how to prevent grains from getting soupy, and how to make your meat ultra tender.
What's great about the Instant Pot section in this cookbook, aside from the fact that it contains 24 recipes, is the dietary guide on the index. Each dish is labeled Q (quick), V (vegetarian), GF (gluten-free), DF (dairy-free), and FF (freezer-friendly), as they apply.
Among this book's 2,530 reviews are comments including, "So far, every recipe made has been outstanding." and "Everyone should have this book if you own an Instant Pot!"
Author Coco Morante runs Instant Pot's official recipes page on Facebook—so she might be the most qualified person to write a book like this.
No one has ever called the process of cooking risotto, osso buco, or coq au vin easy and simple—until now. Recipes for all three that don't take all day to make are included in the book, as are the prettiest food shots you've ever seen.
You'll get a 101 crash course in Weight Watchers' new-ish Freestyle program and the Instant Pot with this one book.
So you're not interested in those fall-off-the-bone meat Instant Pot recipes? That's cool. There are dozens of vegan dishes you can make in your pressure cooker, too.
Here's another colorful book for those interested in using their Instant Pots for a more plant-based lifestyle.
Presenting: a guide to how to cook literally everything you'd want on your Thanksgiving or Christmas table—in an Instant Pot.
The recipe in here for butter chicken is so good, the cookbook author is now known in Instant Pot circles as the "Butter Chicken Lady." That dish, like many of the others in Indian Instant Pot Cookbook, are all about making complex Indian dishes approachable.
Brittany Williams used the Instant Pot to create recipes that helped her lose more than 100 pounds. After her blog about her experience went viral, she turned it into a cookbook. The result: recipes and meal plans that could help you drop pounds, too.
Mark Sisson, a keto-diet expert and the brains behind the popular Primal Kitchen brand, created this cookbook. It's dedicated to all-keto pressure cooker recipes, meaning they're low-carb and high-fat.