Keto Instant Pot: 130+ Healthy Low-Carb Recipes for Your Electric Pressure Cooker or Slow Cooker

December 28, 2018 - Comment

The Instant Pot is one of the hottest cooking tools around these days. With its ability to pressure-cook foods in mere minutes, all in one pot, it is a huge time-saver for busy home cooks. You can even bake a cheesecake in it! A ketogenic diet that eliminates processed foods sometimes require a little more

Buy Now! $21.35Amazon.com Price
(as of June 17, 2019 5:07 am GMT-0500 - Details)

The Instant Pot is one of the hottest cooking tools around these days. With its ability to pressure-cook foods in mere minutes, all in one pot, it is a huge time-saver for busy home cooks. You can even bake a cheesecake in it! A ketogenic diet that eliminates processed foods sometimes require a little more effort in the kitchen, so any time saved is a plus. In this book, international bestselling author Maria Emmerich presents more than 160 delicious low-carb, high-fat keto recipes designed to be cooked in an Instant Pot or other multi-cooker. The recipes run the gamut from appetizers and sides to soups to main dishes to sweet treats and even a few drinks, along with some handy keto basics. As a bonus, Maria also includes slow-cooking instructions (which can be done either in the Instant Pot or in a separate slow cooker) for each recipe for those days when set-it-and-forget-it convenience takes precedence over the need for speed.

 

Recipes include:
Pumpkin Coffee Cake Easy Baked Eggs Buffalo Meatballs Crab-Stuffed Mushrooms Italian Chicken Chili Curry Beef Stew Philly Cheesesteak Pork Lettuce Cups Amazing Asian Pulled Pork Chicken and Bacon Lasagna Roll-ups Garlicky Tuna Casserole Lemon Ricotta Torte Chocolate Almond Fudge Homemade Root Beer …and much more!
 

You’ll also find tips for success, along with Maria’s recommendations for Instant Pot extras to consider purchasing to make keto cooking easier. So what are you waiting for? Add this handy kitchen appliance to your low-carb cooking arsenal and put it to good use for tasty and healthy keto meals!

Comments

Anonymous says:

Underwhelming use of instant pot I use my instant pot all the time and was hoping this would give me some new family favorite keto meals. I am underwhelmed by the directions and ingredients on some of the recipes, it seems as if someone who doesn’t use and understand the instant pot wrote them.Firstly, there are several that are multi step requiring finishing in the oven, or just fussy and unnecessary for the instant pot. Just because you CAN do something in the IP doesn’t mean you SHOULD or that it’s the best way to do it.One recipe that is ridiculous and obvious that it wasn’t tested or well understood is the Chicken Fajita Bowl. This recipe calls for no less than two entire cups of broth in addition to a cup of salsa, along with boneless skinless chicken breast. What this gives you is a giant pot of soupy chicken breast that is vaguely salsa flavored. It’s nothing at all like the recipe photo, and the recipe photo is not possible with those ingredients. That amount of broth, or any amount…

Anonymous says:

Maria has done it again! Pros: I LOVE Maria’s book and have almost all of them! They are beautifully illustrated and give great variety for this WOE. This one inparticular also gives a great instruction portion to using instant type pots and slow cookers, which would be helpful for anyone just getting started with those kitchen tools.Maria has clearly put in the work to knowing how the body should function and it shows in her recipes. I am so glad to have her as a resource and between her blog, FB groups and Books I feel like I can accomplish any goal I set for my nutrition!Cons:It seems like this book has TONS of errors. The nutrition information is important to double check considering we all use different brands and it will naturally vary. If you track very closely I would advise to cross check your macros to make sure you are correct before you sabotage your day! A recipe is missing the title, I know it’s a small thing but text errors get me crazy personally.It also seems…

Anonymous says:

Needs some proper editing and thought Really liked this until I actually attempted some recipes – then quickly realized it’s a pretty picture book with instructions that don’t actually work. For instance: put 1/4 cup of cream in a blender with garlic and puree. Such a little amount doesn’t even move the liquid (hell, an immersion blender needs a cup just bigger than the stick to be able to make it work with such a small amount)… So far this book is full of little steps like this that make you have to use alternate methods. Also, some recipes are designed with a 4 qt cooker, while some are for a 6 qt. Do you seriously think people have more than one size instant pot?? Seriously disappointed.

Write a comment

*