If you’re looking for a warm and comforting dinner that’s easy to make and can feed your family try out some of these Instant Pot casserole recipes. My favorites are #5 and #17. Which recipe will you make first?
20 Instant Pot Casserole Recipes
Instant Pot 5 Ingredient Beef Enchiladas Casserole
In the mood for enchiladas? Try this easy way to make beef enchiladas in your Instant Pot. This casserole tastes amazing with hardly any work.
Instant Pot Cheesy Chicken Broccoli Rice Casserole
A lightened up, easy pressure cooker version of a favorite casserole. This version uses hearty brown rice and for the creaminess it uses greek yogurt instead of cream of chicken soup.
Instant Pot Chicken and Wild Rice Casserole
Like chicken wild rice soup, but in casserole form. Plus it’s made in your Instant Pot so there is only one dirty pot to clean and it takes less time to cook.
Instant Pot Cheeseburger Breakfast Casserole
A low carb egg dish that has bacon, beef, cheddar and pickles. This easy quiche-like dish is perfect for breakfast or dinner. It reminds of the Starbucks egg bites.
Instant Pot Cabbage Roll Casserole
A super easy and fast way to have the flavors of cabbage rolls for dinner tonight.
Instant Pot Cheesy Potatoes and Sausage
Potatoes, smoked sausage and corn enveloped in a cheddar and sour cream sauce. A perfect dinner or a side dish for a potluck.
Instant Pot Tuna Casserole
A twist on good old fashioned tuna casserole. Flavors from Mom’s tuna casserole but made easier, faster and without cream of soups.
Instant Pot Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole
All the flavors from chicken cordon bleu but in casserole form. Plus it’s made quickly in your Instant Pot.
Instant Pot Chicken Curry Broccoli Casserole
Creamy mild curry-flavored rice with chunks of tender chicken, florets of broccoli and lots of cheddar. A family favorite casserole recipe perfect for any weeknight.
Instant Pot Funeral Potatoes
Potatoes with a homemade cheesy cream sauce and then topped with a crunchy cornflake topping. The perfect side dish to go with ham or turkey dinner.
Instant Pot Cheesy Beef Rice Casserole
Taco seasoned ground beef is cooked with brown (or white) rice, picante sauce, black beans and corn. Then sour cream and grated cheese are added to create a creamy delicious dinner that everyone will love.
Instant Pot Chicken Enchiladas Casserole
An easy and flavorful way to make chicken enchiladas. Dig in to layers of cheese, tortillas, enchilada sauce and seasoned chicken.
Instant Pot Bacon Egg Casserole
Crispy slices of bacon with fluffy eggs, cubed potatoes and cheddar cheese. An easy breakfast or dinner idea with just 5 ingredients.
Instant Pot Shepherd’s Pie Casserole
A beefy savory casserole with potatoes, green beans and cheddar cheese. The flavors from shepherd’s pie made with a super easy, one-pot method.
Instant Pot King Ranch Chicken
This cheesy and creamy chicken casserole with tortillas and Rotel has its roots in Texas but that doesn’t mean us non-Texans can’t enjoy it too! Whip up my version in just a few minutes using your Instant Pot and NO cream of soups!
Instant Pot Chicken and Dumplings Casserole
Homemade, pure comfort food. Tender bites of chicken and vegetables covered in a creamy sauce and then topped with pillowy dumplings. Cook in your Instant Pot or slow cooker.
Instant Pot Cheesy Broccoli Sausage Casserole
Fresh broccoli, melty cheese, smoked sausage, a homemade creamy sauce and rice make this casserole the quintessential comfort food. An easy Instant Pot recipe with no browning or sauteing steps.
Instant Pot Cowboy Casserole
An easy, hearty, beefy tomato pasta dish with melty cheese that will keep your little and big cowboys happy and full. Yee-haw!
Instant Pot Tamale Casserole
Seasoned ground beef, corn, olives, tomatoes and cheese with corn bread baked on top. An easy one pot meal made fast in your Instant Pot or slow in your Crockpot.
Instant Pot Dirty Rice Casserole
An easy dinner dish with rice, andouille sausage, chicken and lots of flavor from cajun seasoning and fire roasted tomatoes. The whole pot will be gone within minutes! Make it in your Instant Pot or slow cooker.
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I’d love to see some that don’t have cheese, cream cheese, etc. But I get it’s a midwest thing too! 🙂
Melissa K. says
Do you get kickbacks from the dairy and meat industries? These may be yummy, but HEALTHY? Not so much. My heart skipped a beat with each one.
David Smith says
This might just be my favorite email from you ( the 20 casserole one! ). I think I have printed every recipe from this collection. You are the best!
Thanks David…YOU are the best!
frank klaver says
Thank you Karen
with instant pot I do not hear my smoke alarm anymore, I am a senior a little slower than use to be, I burned some of my dinners on my stove, now all my cooking is done my instant pot. Ready when it ready so I can lift the lid and have good and healthy meal while I am using your 365 recipes. Have to do some adjusting for a single meal learned to do with leftovers I am doing well for an 87 year old
Thank you again
Oh I’m so happy to hear it. No more burning dinner!
Nancy Sorrels says
I want to make a turkey meatloaf in the insta pot but am having a problem finding a cooking time. It is made with 2 pounds of ground turkey. Any ideas?
I would pressure cook for 20 minutes for meatloaf.
Nancy Sorrels says
Thanks. The recipe is one Katie Lee made on the Kitchen a couple weeks ago. It sounds like Thanksgiving in a loaf.
As Karen’s apron says, it’s Instant Pot, not Instapot. 😉
Sharon Mendenhall says
We use “riced” cauliflower instead of actual rice. How should we reduce the amount of liquid in those recipes?
I would reduce the liquid to the least amount of liquid possible for your pressure cooker to reach pressure since the cauliflower rice won’t really absorb much or any or the water.
I tried to count to 17 but kept losing track when scrolling – partly because I was drooling over the photos – so am curious which are your two faves.
Sadly, it seems that most/many super quick IP casserole recipes use cream-of-something soup or lots of cheese or yogurt, and being lactose intolerant, have to skip so many that look great. A little hard cheese is fine with Lactaid Fast Act pills, but not too much.
I think every recipe above except for one said melts cheese, cheesy, creamy, etc. in it. But I’ll try that one – and do love quite a few of your other recipes. I just wish some super speedy/few ingredient ones would work too.
Also curious if you had looked into allowing email notifications if comments are responded to. You had said you’d look into it but I don’t remember which recipe that was in so missed it if you responded.
Oh shoot, I had looked into the email responder and I got overwhelmed and forgot about it. I need to go back and look at it. What I need to do is just hire a techy person for tasks such as these.
And you’re right about casseroles. They really do usually have cheese or cream in them.
I need to work on updating this tag but here are a few dairy free recipes from my site: https://www.365daysofcrockpot.com/tag/dairy-free/
Beth` Burns says
Oops, meant to response about the casseroles. By the way I wasn’t implying it was just your casseroles. That’s just how most are made! Thanks for the dairy free ones.
I can eat some dairy – just depends on the type and how much. I make your egg bites with cheese, for example. For some of us who are lactose intolerant, it’s not just the lactose. There is something else in dairy that can cause problems even if the lactose is removed by using lactose free milk/sour cream/half-and-half, etc. A bit of a mystery that probably will be solved one of these days.
Okay Beth, I added the option to click “notify me via email if anyone answers my comment.” Make sure when these notifications come that they don’t go to your spam folder. This happened for me when I tested it with my gmail account. Once you mark that it is not spam you should get future notifications without any problems.
Beth` Burns says
Wonderful, thank you! My junk folder is checked a couple times a day, so no worries there.
Jim Bob says
Jim Bob says Howdy: Thank you for all of the pot-in-pot heads up recipes, I’ve tried almost all of these on this top 20 list and I am really glad you have placed them conveniently all on one list. The Cowboy recipe I had to make it while we were eating it, they (the four of us) liked it so much. Everybody also liked the Shepherds Pie recipe and Tamale casserole recipe. Thank you very much, I am a true fan. Jim Bob
Howdy Jim Bob! I’m so glad you like the casserole recipes! They are some of my favorites too.
do you have any carb free or low carb recipes ?
Hi Lin, yes I do. Here are my low carb recipes: https://www.365daysofcrockpot.com/recipes/?fwp_method=instant-pot&fwp_dietary_restrictions=low-carb