With 2020 looming near let’s take a few moments and look back at the past decade’s most popular recipes. 365 Days of Slow and Pressure Cooking started in January of 2009 and has over 1000 recipes. Today I’ll share the 10 most viewed recipes in the past 10 years.
Top 10 Instant Pot and Slow Cooker Recipes of the Decade
Who would have known 10 years ago that 365 Days would still be going strong coming into the year 2020? I sure didn’t! What a fun past 10 years it has been! I started out with slow cooker recipes and have since added pressure cooker recipes into the mix. Now pressure cooker recipes seem much more popular than the slow cooker recipes. No matter which appliance you prefer you’ll be sure to find tried and true recipes here on 365 Days!
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Now onto the most popular recipes from the past decade…
#10: Instant Pot Hard Boiled Eggs
Stacey said, “They were perfectly done, peeled easily leaving me with perfectly smooth whites and creamy semi-firm yellow yolks. Yummy deviled eggs to come!!”
#9: Instant Pot Whole Frozen Chicken
Jackie said, “it was cooked perfectly and fell off the bone. The best part was the broth in the bottom. Made some rice and veggies and had instant chicken soup. Perfect for the chilly evening we had.”
#8: Instant Pot Bacon BBQ Meatloaf with Mashed Potatoes
Taylor said, “My family is nuts about this! And every time I tell other people about it they want the recipe. It’s so good!”
#7: Instant Pot Loaded Baked Potato Soup
Ann said, ” Stop looking; You’ve found the perfect potato soup recipe. I made it with exact ingredients (2% milk), it turned out fantastic. I do not believe I’ve ever had better. I topped with a few extra green onion, cheddar cheese (extra sharp), bacon bits. It looks amazing and tastes even better.”
#6: Instant Pot Beef Gyros
Karen said, “Made this as my first IP recipe it was so good. I will definitely make it again.”
#5: Instant Pot 5-Ingredient Roast from Frozen
Heidi said, “I’m new to IP cooking and my 3.2 lb frozen roast was absolutely fall apart delicious at 95 min! Your directions and ingredients were easy to follow! My family loved it!! Thank you! This is definitely a keeper!”
#4: Slow Cooker Tortellini Spinach Soup
Shannon said, “Family favorite recipe that even my 2 year old loves!”
#3: Instant Pot Tuscan Chicken Pasta
Debra said, “This recipe is incredibly delicious and so easy to make!! I will definitely be making this again. My husband had three servings.”
#2: Slow Cooker Tomato Basil Parmesan Soup
Julie said, “I made this Sunday in the slow cooker and it was amazing!!! My husband who is a very picky eater and hard to please ate this soup up! I will be making this many more times!!!”
#1: Instant Pot Garlic Parmesan Chicken
Marge said, “Delicious! So easy…wish I had doubled the recipe!”
Slow Cooker Yellow Chicken Curry
Instant Pot Cajun Sausage Potatoes and Green Beans
Instant Pot Honey Garlic Chicken and Rice
Instant Pot Homestyle Chicken and Veggies
Slow Cooker Cheesy Chicken Broccoli Rice Casserole
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Heidi Sprague says
Can/Have you used frozen chicken breasts in your recipes? (along with the other ingredients) If so, how much longer do you allow for the frozen chicken to cook?
Yes I use frozen all the time. A lot of my recipes specify in the actual recipe what time to use for frozen chicken. But usually I go about 3 extra minutes for frozen.
I love you site, it has made cooking fun again. My husband has loved all the recipes we’ve tried. I’ve printed them all and put them in a binder so I don’t loose them. Keep them coming!! Happy New Year
This is so nice to hear Catherine! I love the IP it makes cooking fun for me too!
Elaine Libby says
Love your site and often recommend it and your recipes to others
Thank you Elaine!!