With over 500 Instant Pot recipes on the 365 Days website these were the 10 most viewed recipes in 2020. My favorite recipe is number 6! Have you made all 10?
Related: the 10 most popular SLOW COOKER recipes of 2020
Most Popular Instant Pot Recipes
Thank you so much for making 2020 the best year yet for 365 Days of Slow and Pressure Cooking! This year we’ve added over 150 new Instant Pot recipes to the site and even published a cookbook. We have had over 27 million hits to the website and reached over 10 million individuals. We’ve grown the YouTube channel to over 100,000 subscribers and our Facebook Group to 86,000 members. I’m so grateful to have been part of your Instant Pot cooking journey. May you have a blessed and prosperous 2021!!!
Top 10 Most Popular Instant Pot Recipes Of 2020 by 365dayscrockpot on Jumprope.
#10: Instant Pot Loaded Baked Potato Soup
Everything you love about baked potatoes in soup form…cheese, bacon, sour cream, green onions and potatoes. Basically a cheesy potato soup recipe that you can make in your electric pressure cooker.
Jennifer said, “Holy crap this soup is AMAZING!!!!!”
Misty said, “My family & I love this recipe! My daughter said, “don’t tell Grandma but this is the best potato soup I have ever had!” I love it because it really isn’t labor intensive but comes out so tasty every time!”
#9: Instant Pot Churro Bites
An easy, made from scratch recipe for fluffy churro bites rolled in cinnamon and sugar. A delightful snack or dessert that is perfectly poppable. A creative way to use your Instant Pot egg bites mold.
Tiffany said, “Got the thumbs up from my cousin and her boyfriend…couldn’t make a second batch fast enough, lol!”
#8: Instant Pot Orange Chicken
Tender bites of chicken in a flavorful orange sauce. And it’s made fast and easy in your Instant Pot.
Dawn said, “This dish is delicious! Made it for the first time tonight. Served with basmati rice and peas. I have flagged it as a favorite and shared your link with all my sisters!”
#7: Instant Pot Olive Garden Chicken Pasta
With just a handful of ingredients you can make a creamy and zesty pasta and chicken in your Instant Pot. An easy weeknight dump and go recipe!
Gregg said, “Really is a great tasting meal that is easy to make. it is now on our rotation with the IP.”
#6: Instant Pot Cajun Sausage, Potatoes and Green Beans
A quick and easy one pot meal of cajun-style andouille sausage, quartered red potatoes, fresh green beans and sliced mushrooms. Drizzle the buttery broth over the potatoes for maximum flavor.
Sherry said, “My husband said last night that this was the best meal I made in a long time!”
#5: Instant Pot 5 Ingredient Pot Roast from Frozen
A chuck roast is cooked until moist and tender in an hour in your Instant Pot (mine was frozen!) along with seasoned vegetables. The meal is finished off with homemade gravy.
Jimmy said, “I made this last night and it was delicious! Even my picky eater liked it.”
#4: Instant Pot Creamy Tortellini Spinach and Chicken Soup
Creamy tomato based soup with bites of tender chicken, cheesy tortellini and fresh bright green spinach. This version is made in the electric pressure cooker and is a quick and easy one pot meal. Everyone in my house loves this soup and I love making it for friends too. I’ve never heard a complaint when I’ve made this soup!
Laurie said, “This was an absolutely fantastic homerun! I doctored it a little bit by adding a hot curry powder to give it a little extra zing and it was absolutely phenomenal. Everybody went back for seconds and voted it their favorite soup I’ve ever made.”
#3: Instant Pot Husband’s Delight
This could be called wife’s delight or kid’s delight too! Everybody loves this noodle bake with egg noodles, ground beef, red sauce, cheese and sour cream. Speed up the prep process of this casserole with your Instant Pot.
Jes said, “Made as written and it was a hit in our house. My 4 year old gave thumbs up after each bite!! Next time I think I’d like to try it with ground Italian sausage.”
#2: Instant Pot Broccoli Cheddar Soup
Reminiscent of Panera Bread’s broccoli cheddar soup this pressure cooker version has chopped broccoli, shredded carrots and celery simmered in a velvety smooth cheese sauce. I believe this version is just as good or better than you could order at any restaurant! Try it for dinner this week.
NH said, “Wow, excellent recipe! Thank you so much for sharing. This is just like Panera bread 🙂 I’ve passed this on to my family members. Now it’s their turn to try to make it!”
#1: Instant Pot Garlic Parmesan Chicken
A fast and easy chicken dinner with a creamy garlic parmesan sauce with chopped spinach. We like to eat this chicken and sauce with fettuccine noodles or with mashed potatoes.
Begum said, “Followed the recipe and it turned out amazing! My husband has it with fettuccine noodles, I had it with steamed broccoli. The sauce tastes so good! I added both mushrooms and spinach. Highly recommend this. I’ll definitely be making it again.”
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Madeline Steeley says
Karen, I preordered 365 days of pressure cooking. I haven’t heard how I pay for it. Please respond. I love your e-mails and recipes.
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Thanks for your suggestions on what accessories to get. Sounds like good advice. The sling and steamer basket sound like good items to start with. Thanks again
The steamer basket is awesome. Not only for the intended straining, but I’ll put eggs in to hard boil in a snap, and to separate foods like rice and green beans in the same pot.
Ilene Klingler says
I have a question regarding yogurt. Does it make a difference in regards to the thickness of the yogurt if you use whole milk or 2 %? I will be straining it also.
whole milk does seem to come out thicker. But 2% should be just fine.
Thanks for your helpful advice
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The commenter I was replying to deleted her comment. Oh, well. My comment stands.
Carol Mudrey says
Thanks for the reply! Happy New Year!
James Goacher says
I plan to make No-6 tomorrow or maybe Tuesday. I will use Smoked Sausage (Mattesons) and I have the Green Beans. Hubbys Delight is on the list to do but plans have a way of slipping. My Christmas dinner plans were eaten today for instance. 🙂
Lol!! that happens
Carol Mudrey says
What accessories do you recommend for someone that does not have much storage space?
Definitely the OXO silicone sling trivet. It stores nicely right inside your pot and is a must for PIP method cooking.
The silicone sling, as mentioned, and a steaming basket.
We use the basket for hard boiling eggs, steaming vegetables, etc.
We also use smaller vessels we already have for baking in the instant pot.
We have one of the larger instant pots, which can fit a small brownie pan or bread pan for baking, meat loaf, etc.
These are the 3 I use the most often: https://www.365daysofcrockpot.com/3-instant-pot-accessories-i-cant-live-without/