If you want a simple and delicious breakfast without a lot of hassle, dust off your Instant Pot or stove top pressure cooker and try one of these pressure cooker breakfast recipes.
Even though Instant Pots and electric pressure cookers are all the rage now, doesn’t mean you need to rush out and buy one if you have a sturdy stove top one.
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Unlike most people, I have plenty of time to cook a fancy breakfast every morning thanks to my chronic early rising son who believes sleeping past 6 a.m. is pure torture. But, it can be hard to cook when you can barely pry your eyes open. Below is a list of recipes that can easily be created in your pressure cooker.
Pressure Cooker Coconut Steel Cut Oatmeal
Overnight oatmeal has become an increasingly popular dish, but you don’t need overnight when you have a pressure cooker. Steel cut coconut oatmeal is packed with plenty of superfoods to give you a great start to your day. Bananas give you a shot of potassium and a serving of fruit. Cinnamon, especially fresh ground, gives you a boost to your immune system but it also helps to regulate your blood sugar. Combined with the power of steel cut oatmeal you will be ready for the day.
All you need is steel cut oatmeal, coconut milk, fresh shaved coconut, cinnamon, water, and bananas. Combine ingredients in the pressure cooker. Cook at full pressure for 10 minutes then a full natural release.
Other Pressure Cooker Steel Cut Oatmeal Recipes:
Apple Cranberry Steel Cut Oats from Kitchen Stewardship
Cinnamon Roll Steel Cut Oats from Pressure Cooking Today
Banana Walnut Steel Cut Oats from Kitchen Treaty
Carrot Cake Steel Cut Oatmeal from Chicago Jogger
Cherry Chocolate Steel Cut Oats from Babaganosh
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Pressure Cooker Eggs in a Jar
Sometimes you want something quick and easy that each member of the family can grab and go with. A breakfast in a jar is a great option and can be loaded up individually for each person. If one person loves avocado, then you can add it as a superfood boost. If another person prefers lots of vegetables, you can do that too.
The basic recipe of the breakfast in a jar for the instant pot is to layer egg along with different ingredients in small mason jars. Leave the jars uncovered and start on high pressure for 5 minutes. Switch to the no pressure setting for 5 minutes and your breakfasts are done.
Other Pressure Cooker Egg Recipes
Ham and Egg Casserole from Six Sisters Stuff
Soft Boiled Eggs from 365 Days of Slow Cooking & Pressure Cooking
Egg Bites with Spinach and Prosciutto from Savory Tooth
Breakfast Burrito Filling from So Many Recipes
Crustless Veggie Quiche from Tatertots and Jello
French Toast Casserole
Pressure Cookers make French Toast Casserole a snap. Just add your favorite French Toast ingredients to a cake pan or other baking pan that will fit in the pressure cooker. Add 3/4 cup water to the pressure cooker, then place the pan on a trivet above the water. Cook on high pressure for 25 minutes and do a quick release.
Other Pressure Cooker Bread and Breakfast Cake Recipes
Pressure Cooker Banana French Toast from Living Locurto
Instant Pot Caramel Pumpkin Spice Bread Pudding from Margin Making Mom
Instant Pot Monkey Bread from Food n Service
Pressure Cooker Banana Nut Bread from This Old Gal
Instant Pot Caramel Apple Coffee Cake from The Typical Mom
What breakfast recipes do you make for your family with your pressure cooker?