Introducing Clean Eating Instant Pot Cookbook! Enjoy healthy meals every day of the week with simple, whole food recipes that are perfect for set-it-and-forget-it cooking.
When I announced earlier this summer that I had been spending a ton of time working on a new cookbook called Instant Pot Cookbook for Beginners, I wasn’t telling you the whole truth.
The full story is that I actually wrote two cookbooks!
80 clean eating recipes to make in your Instant Pot
Clean Eating Instant Pot Cookbook comes out on August 17 and I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I am about this one. It’s available on pre-order now, and you should definitely check it out.
If you fell in love with my last book and are looking for more, you can consider this book to be the second volume. If you don’t have that one, this cookbook is also great as a standalone book. It doesn’t get into the basics as in-depth as the last book does, but the recipes are all straightforward and suitable for beginners and advanced Instant Pot lovers alike.
The entire process of writing this book was a dream and, while I know you aren’t supposed to play favorites, I’m pretty sure it’s my favorite book to date.
There are 80 brand new recipes (no repeats from Instant Pot Cookbook for Beginners) that are focused on clean eating principles. That means plenty of nourishing, whole foods that make you feel like you’re doing something good for your body.
Potato and Snap Pea Salad and Restaurant-Style Salsa
About the book
Everything is made entirely in the Instant Pot (no need for any additional stovetop cooking!) and there are tons of vegetarian, gluten-free, vegetarian, and dairy-free recipes included. Everything is labeled nicely and I also included loads of ingredient and substitution ideas.
Just like with my other books, I also made sure to break out the time it takes for the Instant Pot to come to pressure, as well as how long you’ll need to let the pressure release. What you see for the total time is a real number that should give you an actual sense of how long it will take to get the meal on the table. No one has time for “10-minute chicken breasts” that actually take a half hour.
I also made sure to include lots of recipes that you’d never guess could be made in an Instant Pot, from one of the most delicious vanilla bean custards I’ve ever eaten to whole grain blueberry muffins and picnic-perfect lemon bars.
Whole Grain Blueberry Muffins and Gluten-Free Lemon bars
You can also find Clean Eating Instant Pot Cookbook at Barnes and Noble and at hundreds of independent bookstores across the country.