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63 AIP & Paleo Pressure Cooker Recipes (Instant Pot)

Louise Hendon | February 8
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I used to be a die-hard slow cooker fan, and I still love my slow cookers. But I’ve recently started loving the Instant Pot (an easy-to-use and multi-functional pressure cooker).

If you don’t have one of these yet, then I highly recommend getting one from Amazon here – it’s a great investment! Then, use your Instapot to try these delicious Paleo pressure cooker recipes.

There are 63 pressure cooker recipes to try, and we’ve grouped them by meat type to help make your meal planning a bit easier. There’s even a handy table of contents to make jumping from section to section easier.

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How To Use Your Instant Pot?

It’s really easy to the Instant Pot – just place ingredients into the metal pot. Secure the lid, make sure the vent is closed, pressure a button (depends on what you’re cooking), and wait approximately an hour.

Pressure cookers are especially useful if you forgot to set your slow cooker earlier or if you get home and there’s nothing to eat.

Instant Pot Pressure Cooker

Ok, give these Paleo pressure cooker recipes a try and let me know which you like the most.

(We’ve labeled the AIP recipes as well, but if you want more AIP (Paleo Autoimmune Protocol) Instant Pot recipes, then check out this great book with over 140 AIP instant pot recipes!)

Table of Contents For Paleo Pressure Cooker Recipes

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Paleo Chicken Pressure Cooker Recipes

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Pressure Cooker Butter Chicken

– The Primal Desire

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Ingredients: chicken thighs, ghee, onions, salt, garlic powder or fresh garlic, ginger powder or fresh ginger, turmeric, paprika, cayenne powder, tomato paste, coconut milk, garam masala, almond, and cilantro.

We’ve all had this Indian classic and absolutely loved it. This slow cooked version is packed full of the spicy aromatic notes that will linger throughout you home. Served alongside a simple citrus salad it’s must try for all spice lovers.

Fall-Off-The-Bone Pressure Cooker Chicken (in 30 Minutes!)

– Healing Gourmet

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Ingredients: chicken, virgin coconut oil, paprika, bone broth, dried thyme, ground black pepper, lemon juice, sea salt, and garlic.

Your fork will cut through this chicken dish smoother than a hot knife through butter. It’s hearty, savory and best of all; it’s ready in no time. Best served the day after to help develop a deeper flavor.

Summer Cherry Tomato Chicken Cacciatore

– Hip Pressure Cooking

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Ingredients: olive oil, chicken legs and thighs, cherry tomatoes, garlic, hot pepper flakes, salt, dried oregano, tart red table wine, water, sprig fresh basil leaves, and pitted green olives.

This tangy Italian number has all the bells and whistles. It’s got the tartness from the tomatoes, richness from the wine, freshness from the basil and a roundhouse kick of spice from the hot pepper flakes. Serve with spaghetti squash or on a bed of grilled zucchini.

Paleo Chicken & Smoked Sausage Stew

– Forage Dish

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Ingredients: chicken thighs, andouille pork sausage, coconut oil, tomatoes, onion, celery, bell peppers, carrots, bone broth, parsley, garlic, salt, thyme, smoked paprika, red chili flakes, black pepper, cayenne, bay leaf, and hot sauce.

This Cajun inspired stew is one big carnival for the taste buds. The smokiness from the Andouille sausage alone is a sensory rollercoaster and the heat just takes it to another level. This recipe can be cooked days in advance and will last for up to a week if stored well.

Instant Pot Lemon Garlic Chicken

– Predominantly Paleo

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Ingredients: chicken breasts or thighs, sea salt, onion, avocado oil, lard, or ghee, garlic, chicken broth, dried parsley, paprika, white cooking wine, lemon juice, and arrowroot flour.

The fresh, clean, and citrusy flavors of this recipe add another dimension to the chicken’s texture. The instant pot infuses the meat with this burst of flavor and moisture that cannot be achieve with conventional cooking in the same time frame. Serve with roasted parsnips or a sweet potato/yam mash.

Instant Pot Pina Colada Chicken Recipe {AIP}

– Paleo Canjun Lady

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Ingredients: chicken thighs, pineapple chunks, full fat coconut cream, cinnamon, salt, coconut aminos, and green onion.

You do not need to like Pina Coladas or get caught in the rain to enjoy this tropical recipe. This sweet and sour flavor bomb of a dish is best served with a medley of chargrilled veg.

Cooking A Whole Chicken In An Instant Pot {AIP}

– Paleo Gone Sassy

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Ingredients: chicken, seasonings of choice, water, and coconut oil.

This Paleo pressure cooker recipe completely transforms the way you taste chicken, and you wont believe how quick it was to cook.

Instant Pot: Shredded Chicken

– My Heart Beets

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Ingredients: chicken breast, water or chicken broth, salt, and black pepper.

Simple, classic, and no fuss, this Paleo pressure cooker chicken recipe is perfect for sandwiches and salads. Stored well it will keep in the fridge for up to a week.

Instant Pot Buffalo Chicken + Sweet Potatoes

– Predominantly Paleo

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Ingredients: chicken breast, onion, dairy free butter, ghee, buffalo sauce, sweet potatoes, onion powder, garlic powder, sea salt, and pepper.

Classic recipe, classic flavor. You just can’t go wrong with this recipe. The chicken is moist, succulent and so easy you can get it right single every time. Also the sweet potatoes fit like a glove for this dish.

Pressure Cooker Cacciatore

– Whole 9 Life

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Ingredients: extra virgin olive oil, shallots, garlic, green bell pepper, chicken or vegetable broth, mushrooms, skinless chicken breasts, crushed tomatoes, tomato paste, pitted black olives, fresh parsley, red pepper, sea salt, and black pepper.

Traditional, slow cooked food cooked in a snap with all the goodness intact. This classic Italian story gets a new, delectable re-telling. Serve this recipe with roast root vegetables or even with a simple salad.

Pressure Cooker Lemongrass + Coconut Chicken

– Nom Nom Paleo

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Ingredients: lemongrass, garlic, ginger, fish sauce, coconut aminos, five spice powder, coconut milk, chicken drumsticks, salt, black pepper, ghee or coconut oil, onion, cilantro, lime.

This Paleo pressure cooker chicken recipe is a wonderful homage to the fragrant and aromatic fusions of South East Asian cuisine. The pressure-cooking makes the chicken super tender and also gives the sauce a phenomenal flavor.

Paleo Beef Pressure Cooker Recipes

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Grain Free Meatballs + Sauce

– Predominantly Paleo

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Ingredients: ground beef, fruit-sweetened grape jelly, chili sauce, ground pepper, ground garlic salt, chili powder, paprika, egg, and arrowroot or tapioca flour.

You just cannot go wrong with meatballs. This recipe takes it up a notch making the meatballs delicately moist that they simply melt in your mouth. Serve with your favorite salad or grilled vegetables.

Spiced Cranberry Pot Roast (Pressure Cooker)

– Gutsy By Nature

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Ingredients: olive oil, salt and pepper, beef arm roast, bone broth, whole cranberries, water, honey, horseradish powder, cinnamon stick, garlic cloves, and cloves.

A fantastic recipe for your Sunday lunch, this beef is fork tender and will have you reaching for seconds. The sauce is a perfect compliment to the meat as it is packed full of umami thanks to the sweet tangy cranberries. You may swap the beef for either turkey or venison.

Pressure Cooker Grass Fed Beef Back Ribs

– Nom Nom Paleo

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Ingredients: grass fed beef back ribs, dry rub of choice, salt, unsweetened applesauce, coconut aminos, fish sauce.

This is an age-old BBQ classic bought to life in your own kitchen. Pressure-cooking lets you pack in the same level of flavor into the ribs in 20 minutes that takes a traditional smoker would take 12 hours to do. Enjoy with a zingy Paleo-friendly slaw for the perfect meal.

Paleo Pressure Cooker Beef Short Ribs Recipe

– Paleo Flourish Magazine

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Ingredients: boneless beef short ribs, onion, curry powder, star anise, Szechuan peppercorns, water, tamari sauce, vodka or white wine, and salt.

Paleo Pressure Cooker Beef Short Ribs Recipe

This Chinese-inspired Paleo pressure cooker beef recipe is a breeze to put together. Simply throw everything into one pot and Bob’s your uncle. The Szechuan peppercorns impart this fantastically sharp flavor that will leave your mouth tingling. The sensation is like nothing you may have experienced before.

Beef Stew with Turnips and Carrots (Instant Pot, Paleo, AIP)

– Gutsy By Nature

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Ingredients: beef stew meat, cooking fat of choice, red onion, cassava flour, dried thyme, dry red wine, bone broth, turnips, carrots, coconut aminos, and fresh parsley.

Just like granny used to make it but much quicker. A perfect compliment to a cold winters day, this dish will warm you from the inside out. The stew will always taste better the next day, so preparing it a day in advance is ideal.

Pressure Cooker Pot Roast & Gravy

– Zenbelly

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Ingredients: chuck roast, salt, ground black pepper, beef broth, balsamic vinegar, fish sauce, sprig rosemary, sprigs thyme, parsnips, carrots, garlic, and parsley and/or chives.

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This Paleo pressure cooker recipe is a love note to traditional European flavors. The balsamic vinegar gives the beef a very sweet and subtly earthy flavor. And the pot roast is so tender and moist it is a perfect dish for meal prep.
Just make a big batch, refrigerate/freeze and enjoy whenever you like.

Pressure Cooker Bò Kho (Vietnamese Beef Stew)

– Nom Nom Paleo

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Ingredients: ghee, short ribs or beef brisket or chuck roast, yellow onion, curry powder, ginger, diced tomatoes, fish sauce, applesauce, lemongrass, star anise, bay leaf, bone broth, carrots, and Kosher salt.

Vietnamese cuisine is a perfect combination of sweet, salty, sour, and umami flavors. This recipe also maintains that delicate balance whilst the curry powder adds a savory twist. Best served with fresh chilies and mint.

Pressure Cooker Mexican Beef

– Nom Nom Paleo

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Ingredients: boneless beef short ribs, beef brisket, or beef chuck roast, chili powder, kosher salt, ghee or fat of choice, onion, tomato paste, garlic, tomato salsa, bone broth, fish sauce, ground black pepper, cilantro, and radishes.

This robust pressure cooker beef recipe is perfect for topping roast/grilled veg or even to be eaten on its own. It’s spicy, meaty and hits the spot just right.

Paleo Instant Pot Mexi-Meatloaf

– Predominantly Paleo

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Ingredients: beef, fire roasted salsa, cumin, garlic powder, chili powder, paprika, onion powder, sea salt, ground black pepper, yellow onion, egg, ghee, avocado oil or olive oil, and tapioca starch, arrowroot, or cassava flour.

A North-South American fusion recipe for all food lovers, this dish is just what you need when you are craving a meal that will completely fill you up. As it’s a meatloaf, it will keep in the fridge for up to a week if stored well.

Instant Pot Carne Guisada

– My Heart Beets

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Ingredients: avocado oil, beef stew meat, onion, garlic, Serrano peppers, bay leaf, ground cumin, chili powder, paprika, salt, pepper, chipotle powder, oregano, beef broth or chicken stock, tomato sauce, and potato starch or thickener of choice.

Fantastically easy to prepare and a sublime treat for the taste buds, this recipe will serve as a perfect topping for all your Mexican food needs.

Basic Braised Beef Short Ribs {AIP}

– Fresh Tart

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Ingredients: beef short ribs, Kosher salt, beef fat, bacon fat, or avocado (or other vegetable) oil, onion, garlic, and water.

This is a very straightforward, no-fuss pressure cooker recipe. Simply follow the prompts and voila! Your meal is ready to eat. This is a great paleo–friendly pressure cooker recipe.

Instant Pot Beef Bourguignon {AIP}

– The Bacon Mum

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Ingredients: stewing steak or flank steak, bacon, carrots, red onion, garlic, rock salt, thyme, parsley, ground black pepper, red wine, beef broth/stock, avocado oil or olive oil, sweet potato, and maple syrup.

This recipe comes from traditional French Haute cuisine, but you can make it at home without breaking a sweat. Just throw everything into your Instant Pot and sit back. Serve with some beautiful honey-glazed roast carrots for a complete Paleo meal.

Maple Smoked Brisket

– Bare Root Girl

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Ingredients: beef brisket, smoked sea salt, black pepper, mustard powder, onion powder, smoked paprika, bone broth, liquid smoke, fresh thyme, sprigs, and maple sugar, date sugar, or coconut sugar.

This BBQ favorite just got a new facelift. The pressure-cooking does wonders to the texture of the beef – it’ll be so tender it’ll fall apart. It’s spicy, it’s smoky, and it’s packed full of beefy goodness that we BBQ lovers crave.

Instant Pot Chili

– Paleo Gone Sassy

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Ingredients: ghee, onion, celery, ground beef, chili powder, chicken broth, tomatoes, salt, and pepper.

This is a scrumptiously flavorful beef chili recipe made in the Instant Pot. Serve with your favorite sweet potato mash or simply eat it as it is.

Pressure Cooker Mocha-Rubbed Pot Roast

– Nom Nom Paleo

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Ingredients: finely ground coffee, smoked paprika, black pepper, cocoa powder, Aleppo pepper, chili powder, ground ginger, sea salt, beef chuck roast, brewed coffee, beef broth or bone broth, onion, dried figs, Kosher salt, and ground black pepper.

This is another recipe that tastes much better when you let it develop and deepen its flavor over night. The coffee ground gives the beef a sensationally smoky, almost dark chocolate-like umami burst that will tickle your taste buds.

Pressure Cooker Porcini and Tomato Beef Short Ribs

– Nom Nom Paleo

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Ingredients: short ribs, Kosher salt, ground pepper, porcini mushrooms, boiling water, lard or fat of choice, onion, carrots, celery, garlic, marinara sauce, bone broth, balsamic vinegar, and Italian parsley.

Pressure-cooking achieves the desired flavor to perfection in this Paleo recipe. The mushrooms give the beef a subtly earthy mouth feel whilst the tomato provides a refreshing tang.

Paleo Pork Pressure Cooker Recipes

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90 Minute Kalua Pork

– Zenbelly

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Ingredients: pork shoulder, lard or bacon fat, salt, pineapple, fish sauce, liquid smoke, and water.

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This Hawaiian-inspired pressure cooker pork recipe is tender, sweet, fatty and most importantly fall-apart goodness. It makes for a perfect side dish, topping, filling or when simply eaten on its own. Store neatly refrigerated in an airtight container for up to 1 week.

Cuban Lechon Asado

– Curious Coconut

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Ingredients: pork roast, mojo criollo marinade, onion, and lard or olive oil.

This no-frills pork roast recipe is one of the easiest and tastiest meals you’ll ever make. The mojo marinade is light but fragrant and when combined with the sweetness of the onions lets the pork flavor shine.

AIP Pork Belly & Spiced “Rice” One Pot Recipe

– Paleo Cajun Lady

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Ingredients: pork belly, riced cauliflower, bone broth, red onion, cilantro, green onions, lime juice, garlic, animal fat, turmeric, oregano, cumin, and salt.

Pork belly may be one of the cheapest cuts of the pig, but it is by far the most flavorful. This one pot recipe gets the most out of this cut of meat.

Red-cooked Pork (Hong Shao Rou)

– Provincial Paleo

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Ingredients: fatty pork belly, maple syrup, sherry, blackstrap molasses, coconut aminos, sea salt, water or bone broth, fresh ginger, and coriander/ cilantro leaves.

Hong Shao Rou is a Chinese pork dish that is traditionally cooked over a long time in a clay pot. As it cooks, the pork softens, sweetens and develops this ethereal herbaceous flavor. This pressure-cooked recipe cuts that long cooking time down by a quarter and is AIP friendly as well. The final product will speak for itself.

Pressure Cooker Kalua Pig {AIP}

– Nom Nom Paleo

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Ingredients: bacon, pork shoulder roast, garlic, sea salt, water, and cabbage.

5 simple ingredients, 1 pot, and 1 hour later you have an ear-to-ear grin on your face enjoying this unbelievably succulent Kalua pork. Shred the pork or chop it to chunks. You may even want to jazz it up with some hot/sweet sauce.

Paleo Lamb Pressure Cooker Recipes

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Lamb Shanks with Ginger and Figs {AIP}

– Gutsy By Nature

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Ingredients: coconut oil, lamb shanks, onion, fresh ginger, coconut aminos, apple cider vinegar, fish sauce, garlic, bone broth, and dried figs.

The fragrant sweetness of the figs is a perfect pairing to the gaminess of the lamb. Serve with some herb-baked root vegetables for a complete meal.

Pressure Cooker Lamb Shanks

– Nom Nom Paleo

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Ingredients: lamb shanks, salt, black pepper, ghee, carrots, celery, onion, tomato paste, garlic, tomatoes, bone broth, fish sauce, balsamic vinegar, Italian parsley.

Slow cooking lamb shanks breaks down the tough muscle fiber and connective tissue to give the meat an incredibly tender texture. Pressure-cooking achieves this in an amazingly short time making this a simple and delicious recipe.

Pressure-Cooker Lamb Stew {AIP}

– The Paleo Mom

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Ingredients: lamb stew meat, acorn squash, carrots, yellow onion, sprig rosemary, bay leaf, garlic, broth or water, and salt.

This lamb recipe uses nothing but a few aromatics to mellow the gamey flavor of the meat. Though best eaten in winter, the crisp and clean flavor profile of this dish lets you enjoy it all year round.

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Pressure Cooker Indian Curry Lamb Spareribs

– Nom Nom Paleo

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Ingredients: lamb spare ribs, kosher salt, curry powder, coconut oil, yellow onion, tomatoes, garlic, curry powder, lemon, cilantro, and scallions.

We all love a bit of curry, and some spice addicts absolutely swear by it. This Paleo pressure cooker recipe incorporates all that culture and spice into a spectacularly toothsome lamb dish. Give the cooked spareribs a good squeeze of lime and you’ll be licking your silverware until the sheep come home.

Paleo Pressure Cooker Bone Broth Recipes

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How to Make Bone Broth in an Instant Pot {AIP}

– This Is So Good Home

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Ingredients: chicken feet or other “jointy” bones, carrots, celery, onion, garlic cloves, apple cider vinegar, and filtered water.

Quick, simple and satisfyingly delicious, this simple bone broth can be used in a wide number of Paleo recipes.

Instant Pot Bone Broth {AIP}

– Phoenix Helix

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Ingredients: bones, sea salt, apple cider vinegar, onion, garlic, celery, and carrot.

As the recipe name suggests, making this broth is a swift and easy job.

Pressure Cooker Bone Broth {AIP}

– Food Renegade

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Ingredients: leeks, carrot, assorted bones, water, apple cider vinegar, and fish sauce.

This is another easy and delicious pressure cooker bone broth recipe that you can store for up to 2 weeks and can be used to cook a plethora of goodies.

Paleo Pressure Cooker Soup Recipes

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Split Asparagus Soup

– That Paleo Couple

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Ingredients: asparagus, ghee, garlic, onion, ham bone, chicken broth, dried thyme, salt, and pepper.

Split Asparagus Soup Recipe [paleo, primal, gluten-free]

Crisp, clear and clean flavors of this recipe make this a perfect soup for any meal of the day. The garlic, ham bone and the fats emulsify to give this soup a scintillating burst of umami.

Quick Onion Soup {AIP}

– Meatified

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Ingredients: avocado oil, coconut oil or good quality lard, yellow onions, balsamic vinegar, pork stock, real salt, bay leaves, and sprigs of fresh thyme.

This Paleo pressure cooker recipe takes the classic French onion soup and gives it a sublime twist. The soup has the same rich and complex flavors from the caramelization of the onion but without all the goopy cheesy mess.

Chicken Drumstick Soup

– Lefty Spoon

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Ingredients: chicken drumsticks, celery, carrots, parsnip, rutabaga, yellow onion, bay leaves, black pepper, chicken broth or water, and salt.

If there ever was a protein more fitting for soup it would hands down be the chicken. Whether you are warming up from a cold night or fighting that nasty flu, chicken soup’s got your back. This recipe evokes that warm and nursing feeling with every spoonful you take.

Red Chicken Soup

– Provincial Paleo

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Ingredients: chicken, onion, garlic, cabbage, carrots, white peppercorns, fish sauce, ginger powder, turmeric powder, cinnamon powder, tamarind paste, lime, sea salt, pineapple, and spring onions.

This Chinese-inspired Paleo chicken soup recipe has a great balance of flavors thanks to the combination of warming spices. For later consumption, refrigerate and store in an airtight container for up to a week.

Chicken Fennel Soup {AIP}

– Paleo Cajun Lady

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Ingredients: chicken breast or/and thighs, bulb fennel, onion, green onions, chopped kale or spinach, garlic, chicken or bone broth, bay leaf, dried oregano, and salt.

The sweet aniseed notes of this Paleo and AIP soup add a layer of depth of how your palate tastes the chicken and the soup. This is an easy one-pot dish that anyone can make.

Fast & Easy Paleo Butternut Squash Soup

– Savory Made Simple

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Ingredients: butternut squash, onion, carrots, celery, garlic, chicken stock, fresh thyme leaves, parsley leaves, cayenne, dried oregano, herbs de provence, full fat coconut milk, salt, pepper, and chives.

This fantastic pressure cooker soup is thick, creamy, and full of flavor. It’s also a breeze to make.

Paleo Egg Roll Soup

– Predominantly Paleo

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Ingredients: ghee, avocado oil, or olive oil, ground pastured pork, onion, chicken or beef broth, cabbage, carrots, garlic powder, onion powder, sea salt, ground ginger, coconut aminos, and tapioca starch.

This Paleo pressure cooker soup recipe is a simple Asian rendition with very complex flavors and textures. The soup is chunky, spicy, filling and it’s all done in one pot.

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Paleo Dessert Pressure Cooker Recipes

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Pressure Cooker Paleo Banana Bread

– Poor Paleo

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Ingredients: ghee, coconut sugar, egg, vanilla, bananas, cassava flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, cashew milk, and cream of tartar.

For all the sweet-tooths out there, this Paleo dessert recipe is a perfect way to start your day. Enjoy it hot or cold, and the banana bread will keep for up to 1 week if stored properly.

Miniature Pumpkin Pies

– Hip Pressure Cooking

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Ingredients: butternut squash, coconut milk, maple syrup, eggs, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, arrowroot powder, and sea salt.

These bite-sized morsels of sweet pumpkin goodness are fragrant, nutty, and impossible to put down.

Paleo Pressure Cooker Vegetarian Recipes

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Sweet Potatoes in the Pressure Cooker {AIP}

– Paleo Flourish Magazine
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Ingredients: sweet potato, and water.

This is a really easy way to cook your sweet potatoes.

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Pressure Cooker Eggplant and Olive Spread

– Hip Pressure Cooking
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Ingredients: olive oil, eggplant, garlic, salt, water, lemon, tahini, black olives, sprigs of fresh thyme, and fresh extra virgin olive oil.

This spread recipe is a healthy and super quick version of the Middle Eastern staple ‘baba ganoush’. Store well and enjoy with some Paleo flatbread.

How to Cook Artichokes in the Pressure Cooker {AIP}

– Kalyn’s Kitchen
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Ingredients: artichokes, water, lemon zest, and shallots.

A quick, easy and delicious way to cook artichokes.

Pressure Cooker Braised Kale and Carrots

– Nom Nom Paleo
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Ingredients: kale, ghee or fat of choice, onion, carrots, garlic, chicken broth, Kosher salt, ground pepper, balsamic vinegar, and red pepper flakes.

These tender braised vegetables make the perfect Paleo side dish but are also perfect all on their own.

Spaghetti Squash Aglio E Olio

– Don’t Mess With Mama
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Ingredients: spaghetti squash, olive oil or pasture-raised lard, garlic, red pepper flakes, Parmesan cheese (if you eat dairy), sea salt, and parsley or basil.

This Paleo pressure cooker recipe is a clean, fresh, and ultra delicious paleo-friendly version of the Italian favorite. Always try making the spaghetti squash fresh for optimum quality of flavor.

Instant Pot Saag

– My Heart Beets
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Ingredients: spinach, mustard leaves, ghee, onions, ginger, garlic cloves, salt, coriander, cumin, garam masala, turmeric, cayenne, black pepper, and kasoori methi.

This hearty and mustardy spinach stew is a North Indian Punjabi staple. You can accompany this recipe with any meat or veggies and it tastes much better the next day. Try it with our Paleo naan bread recipe for a complete meal.

Spaghetti Squash in the Instant Pot {AIP}

– Don’t Mess With Mama
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Ingredients: spaghetti squash, and water.

Foolproof and ready in an instant.

Pressure Cooker Applesauce {AIP}

– Provincial Paleo
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Ingredients: medium apples, and apple juice/non-alcoholic cider or water.

Straightforward, simple, and absolutely delicious. This Paleo pressure cooker applesauce makes for a delectable condiment to serve alongside pork or chicken.

Pressure Steamed Artichokes {AIP}

– Flavorrd
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Ingredients: artichokes, lemon wedge, and water.

This is another simple way to cook artichokes just the way you like.

Other Paleo Pressure Cooker Recipes

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Coconut Milk Yogurt {AIP}

– Flame To Fork
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Ingredients: coconut cream, probiotics, and gelatin.

This recipe is refreshingly tart, and it will chill your tummy on the way down. Eaten with fruit or by itself this yogurt recipe is delicious.

Silky Sweet Potato Puree {AIP}

Grazed and Enthused
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Ingredients: white sweet potatoes, beef or pork bone broth, and sea salt.

It’s all about the texture for this recipe. Get that right, and this sweet potato puree will be so good you can serve it in a restaurant.

Paleo Turkey and Gluten Free Gravy (Pressure Cooker)

– Gutsy By Nature
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Ingredients: turkey breast, salt, black pepper, ghee or butter, onion, carrot, celery, garlic, dried sage, dry white wine, bone broth, bay leaf, and tapioca starch.

Pressure-cooking a turkey softens, moistens, and imparts an incredible amount of flavor to it. This simple yet palatably complex recipe will ensure that you will never eat bland and dry turkey ever again.

Turkey with Cranberries and Sauerkraut {AIP}

– Provincial Paleo
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Ingredients: sauerkraut, raisins, garlic, turkey wings or thighs, cranberries, lemon, cinnamon, dried parsley flakes, dried thyme, sea salt, apple cider, arrowroot flour, and water.

This one pot turkey recipe is AIP-friendly and Paleo. The cranberries sweeten during the cooking process and the sauerkraut mellows imparting the turkey meat with a mouthwatering zing.

Hard Boiled Eggs in Instant Pot

– Paleo Flourish Magazine
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Ingredients: eggs, and water.

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Ever thought that boiling an egg could get easier? Think again.

Savoy Cabbage with Cream Sauce

– Provincial Paleo
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Ingredients: bacon or lardons, onion, bone broth, Savoy cabbage, mace, coconut milk, bay leaf, sea salt, and parsley flakes.

This Paleo pressure cooker recipe is creamy, flavorsome, and packed full of nutrients. It’s the perfect side dish to any meat preparation.

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