Food Network’s Most Popular Instant Pot and Slow-Cooker Recipes to Make ASAP
We’re constantly on the hunt for new Instant Pot and slow-cooker recipes to keep those appliances workin' hard for us. That's why we did a happy dance when the Food Network sent over its 10 most popular Instant Pot and slow-cooker recipes. From oats to pulled pork sandwiches to vanilla cheesecake, these dishes are reliably delicious for breakfast, dinner, and dessert.
Slow-Cooker Steel-Cut Oats: This clean breakfast from Valerie Bertinelli upgrades those overnight oats. Make it fancy by topping your oats with toasted almonds, coconut, or fresh fruit.
Slow-Cooker Chile Con Queso: Enjoy this yummy queso dip from Katie Lee at your next get-together. It can be ready in a little over an hour.
Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork Sandwiches: This barbecue pulled pork is worth the the eight-hour wait it takes to turn it into fork-tender, sauce-smothered tastiness.
Slow-Cooker White Chicken Chili: Ree Drummond, AKA the Pioneer Woman, has nailed this chili recipe. Slow-cook it on a rainy day or any day, really.
Slow-Cooker Barbecue Ribs: The best part of these ribs? The seasoning paste melts into a delicious dipping sauce.
Instant Pot Hawaiian Pulled Chicken Sandwiches: If there's no time for slow-cooking, speed things up with an Instant Pot. The sweet and savory pulled chicken pairs well with a crunchy, tangy slaw.
Instant Pot Salmon With Garlic Potatoes and Greens: This recipe gives you a complete salmon dinner in 30 minutes without destroying your kitchen.
Instant Pot Chicken Adobo: This traditional Filipino comfort food gives you even more satisfaction knowing that there’s only one pot to clean up.
Instant Pot Barbecue Pulled Pork Sandwiches: This recipe is ready in less than two hours for pulled pork on the fly.
Instant Pot Vanilla Cheesecake: All you need for this creamy cheesecake is your food processor and Instant Pot. You also can swap in 1 1/3 cups of graham crackers or chocolate wafer cookie crumbs to mix things up.
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