I can't even tell you how many times I've gone searching for a whole foods ONLY Instant Pot dessert…
Just when I think I've found “the one”, there's inevitably an ingredient or 2 that I can't bring myself to use.
Things like packaged cookies and crackers for a crust, crushed candy pieces as a topping, or even refined white sugar corrupt what would otherwise be a pretty healthy Instant Pot dessert.
I'm perfectly capable of making substitutions, yet often, I don't want to. I want to find a recipe and follow it as-written — without having to figure out a way to make a cheesecake crust sans packaged graham crackers.
I expressed my woes to Wardee… and we knew the truth: if we were having difficulties finding Real Food Instant Pot desserts, then you probably were, too.
So, maybe you've noticed all the yummy, whole foods desserts that have been popping up at Traditional Cooking School lately?
We're excited to show you that your Instant Pots and pressure cookers truly are useful for all your nourishing meals — even dessert! We're even more excited to prove that you don't need even 1 processed ingredient to create tasty, Real Food desserts in those pressure cookers!
And that's why I'm thrilled to show you the project I've been working on for a few months…
I've been browsing and searching and compiling these Real Food Instant Pot desserts for all of us. Now, we have an arsenal of naturally sweetened desserts — whole foods ONLY!
Feast your eyes and your bellies on these. I bet the hardest part of all is deciding which one to make first!
Not too sweet, but full of maple flavor, this rich, creamy flan is unlike any flan you've ever had! Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
This creamy, healthier cheesecake is grain-free and topped with a sea salted chocolate ganache — a true showstopper! Via recipestonourish.com.
No standing over the pot to stir and no sticky rice! Just creamy, warm, comforting rice pudding that brings back sweet memories. Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
A sweet, guilt-free dessert with healthy fat and the floral flavor of lavender! Via drkarenslee.com.
It looks like cake, but has the fudgy texture of brownies with crispy almonds! Yum! Via hippressurecooking.com.
Use any bread of your choice — gluten-free, grain-free, sourdough — to make this warm and comforting bread pudding! Via eatbeautiful.net.
No wheat, gluten, dairy, nuts, or eggs — but this might be the best, most gourmet dessert you've had in a while! Via asquirrelinthekitchen.com.
This allergy-friendly pumpkin pudding is topped with a coconut-ginger glaze and makes a delectable fall dessert or breakfast! Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
With no actual chocolate at all, this AIP-compliant cake is amazing and easy in the Instant Pot! Via thecuriouscoconut.com.
A flavorful topping for cheesecake or pudding, or even on your morning toast, this lovely raspberry curd is quick and easy in your pressure cooker. Via pressurecookingtoday.com.
Learn the layering technique that makes even muffins in a pressure cooker possible! So cute and fun! Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
Juicy peaches are stuffed with a crumble and topped with scrumptious ice cream. Summer perfection! Via recipestonourish.com.
This apple cranberry crisp highlights all the flavors of a mulled apple cider — with a holiday twist of cranberries, and a lovely crispy crunchy topping. Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
The secret to this easy, moist, and healthy lemon cake is the pressure cooker! You'll love this from-scratch Instant Pot Lemon Poppy Seed Bundt Cake recipe! Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
Our recipe for sourdough chocolate cake is one of our most popular recipes ever. So of course, Wardee had to see if it would work in her Instant Pot… the result is amazing! The best chocolate cake ever — now in the Instant Pot! Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
These Instant Pot lemon pudding cups cook right in their serving jars — no need to transfer or dirty more dishes. Once they're set, simply put them into a lunchbox, pack them in a picnic basket, or toss one into your purse for a quick snack or dessert on the go! Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
Have you had trouble finding Real Food Instant Pot desserts? Which one of these do you want to try first?
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