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November 13, 2021

10 Instant Pot Recipes for Thanksgiving Favorites

Thanksgiving isn’t the most difficult meal to prepare but there are lots of moving parts. To balance getting all the dishes cooked and timed just right to the table can be challenging when you have a giant bird in the oven. This year consider adding your Instant Pot to your tool chest for getting a hot and delicious Thanksgiving meal on the table. These are some of my favorite Thanksgiving Instant Pot Recipes.

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Thanksgiving Instant Pot Recipes

Instant Pot Mashed Sweet Potatoes

If you love sweet potatoes – Thanksgiving is your jam. The Instant Pot is an amazing vessel for cooking sweet potatoes and after cooking and mashing just pop the lid back on to keep them warm until ready to serve.

Instant Pot Butternut Squash Soup

Squash is your friend with the Instant pot and Butternut Squash so0up can be a very elegant way to star the meal.

Orange apricot cranberry sauce

You are able to make these days ahead in the Instant Pot and store it in a Mason Jar until you are ready o serve.

Instant Pot Mac and Cheese

For kids and adults too – Mac and Cheese is always welcome at the Thanksgiving table. This version is creamy and dreamy.

Maple-Ginger Glazed Carrots

Roasting carrots are a cinch but when you have a million dishes in the oven the Instant Pot comes to your rescue for this delicious carrot dish.

Instant pot mashed potatoes are reason enough to buy an Instant Pot. Between making these and Risotto in 5 minutes it’s worth the purchase.

Instant Pot Grav You only need a little slurry and some Turkey fat to make your gravy completely in the Instant Pot

Instant Pot Creamed Corn What’s not to love about Cream and Corn – Make the recipe a little more savory by sauteeing bacon bits in the pot first.

Instant Pot Acorn Squash  You will never roast the squash in the oven again after seeing how easy it is in the Instant Pot. Top with honey and butter for a midnight snack

Instant Pot Green Bean Casserole

I know it seems weird but you can do it! Give it a try and if you have multiple pots going send me a picture @StephaniesDish on Facebook or Instagram!

 

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