The Instant Pot has completely changed the way I cook. I don’t always use it every day, but some weeks I’ll pull it out at least three or four times. It just makes cooking so much easier, and clean up is a breeze! Say goodbye to simmering a pork shoulder on the stovetop all day long. Welcome into the world of perfectly cooked pulled pork in a fraction of the time. Yes, the latest and greatest appliance craze has been great for so many different types of diet plans, but these Paleo Instant Pot recipes make it easy to stay on track with grain-free, sugar-free meals.
If you’re new to Instant Pot cooking, check out our beginner’s guide and this tell-all that makes it easy to understand what all those buttons are for. Then, come on back and dive into these Paleo Instant Pot recipes with us. With 45 options to choose from, you’ll have breakfast, lunch, and dinner planned for at least the next month!
And, just in case you don’t know, we’ll let you in on a little Instant Pot secret: the times listed below are the amount of time you’ll need to cook the dish on the pressure setting. So make sure you budget an extra 20 to 30 minutes to let the machine come up to pressure, as well as time to allow the pressure to release.
Sweet potatoes are a perfect Paleo food, but we make it so much easier by cooking them in the Instant Pot. The potato only takes 15 minutes to cook, and the fillings are a breeze to whip up. Have some fun with it!
Who wouldn’t want to have a batch of flavorful carnitas around? It’s a delicious protein to add to your favorite salad or breakfast hash, and it only takes 30 minutes in the pressure cooker. They turn out crispy and delicious, every time.
There’s absolutely nothing more comforting (Paleo diet or no) than a bowl of chicken soup. Instead of simmering your stock away all day long, use the Instant Pot and it will be ready in 30 minutes!
This nutritious Instant Pot curry recipe is not only grain-free and sugar-free, but it uses plant-based ingredients to keep it vegan. You only need 20 minutes of pressuring cooking and this delicious meal will be ready to eat.
Since you can’t enjoy enchiladas on the Paleo diet, have the next best thing – a 15 minute soup! This recipe is completely grain free, and it’s Paleo approved when you make your own enchilada sauce.