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Instant Pot Baked Apples Recipe

Instant Pot Baked Apples Recipe

Want an easy but yummy dessert? Try my instant pot baked apples recipe, best with ice cream on top

Ever just get that craving for something sweet late at night but you don’t want to spend the time making something (or eat so many calories late at night)? Me too! Some of you know that I love my Instapot, mostly for easy weeknight dinners, but as I have recently discovered it’s easy to make super awesome desserts in it too! My little family loves all things apples. Applesauce, apple slices, apple pie, all of it. So naturally I had to try out some Instant Pot Baked Apples! It’s the easy and fast way to make baked apples, and man-oh-man are they tasty. The best part? It takes 8 minutes to make 6 of them. (Yes, really). Continue reading

Gluten Free Dairy Free Egg Free Recipes

Does your family have different food allergies or sensitivities? Mine does, and it makes meal planning a bit difficult for me. My husband is allergic to gluten, and I have a kid who is allergic to dairy and another one that’s allergic to eggs. Honestly, it is quite hard to grocery shop and prepare meals because I have to be careful and make sure to consider the ingredients that I’m going to put in each recipe so that it will be safe for everyone to eat. Preparing individual meals for each is not an option because I don’t have the time and that will certainly be too expensive for our budget. So to make life easier, I made a list of Gluten Free Dairy Free Egg Free Recipes that I know my family will enjoy and that are easy for me to prepare especially during busy days.

Gluten Free Dairy Free Egg Free Recipes

Delicious Gluten Free Dairy Free Egg Free Recipes that you should try!
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My New Favorite Gluten Free Snack To Practice Mindful Eating

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Blue Diamond® as part of an Influencer Activation and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.

Every afternoon, I sink into my couch. I close my eyes, and I wonder what I have to do next? My living room floor looked like a camp dorm filled with random bags, shoes, and other people’s clutter. I deciphered that I needed a plan of attack.

I called my kids downstairs. I wrote a list full of chores and expectations. I set the timer, and I began scrolling through the Internet while they found the floor, counters, and the rest of the flat spaces that they covered in the remnants of their experiences.

I knew that was the moment that I needed to practice mindfulness.
I told my kids that would be in the dining room working on my summer learning goal to be more mindful in my actions and they asked if it is like when I say, “Mind your own business!”

It isn’t.

Mindfulness is being aware of what is going on by paying attention and acting with a purpose in the present moment without judgment.

It is actually something you have to practice since we spend so much of our time thinking about what happened in the past and what will happen in the future, we often overlook the present.

I decided I wanted to be present. I was going to practice being in the moment by taking part in a mindful eating practice.

What is that?

It is when you really taste, savor, and enjoy your food. You only pay attention to what you are eating. You focus on the texture, smells, taste, and sensation of what you are eating. It is hard at first, but if you have the right food choice, it is easier.

I chose these Blue Diamond Almonds & Fruit varieties since they are easily accessible at Walmart, and their flavorful combinations are perfect for mindful eating.

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Weight Watchers Mixed Berry Cobbler Cake Recipe

One of my favorite things about spring is getting together with family to enjoy the nice weather, each others company, and some sweet treats. While watching the news over the weekend I saw that our local berry farm was open for business and it was time to go pick some fresh berries! If you have one of these types of farms in your area I highly suggest you check it out. Nothing compares to the taste of a fresh berry right off the vine, trust me! And one of my favorite things to make with fresh berries is Weight Watchers Mixed Berry Cobbler Cake.

Easy to make and oh so yummy Weight Watchers Mixed Berry Cobbler Cake Recipe

This Weight Watcher Mixed Berry Cobbler Cake Recipe is as sweet as a traditional cobbler while being weight watchers friendly. Can’t beat that right!? Plus its only 3 ingredients so it’s super easy to make. My daughter (who is 6) made the one below all by herself. If you love this recipe make sure to check out more of our favorite Weight Watchers Dessert Recipes with Points Plus.

Weight Watchers Mixed Berry Cobbler Cake Recipe

Here is how to make this Weight Watchers Mixed Berry Cobbler Cake Recipe:

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How to Cook a Ham in the Pressure Cooker

How to Cook a Ham in the Pressure Cooker

Note: This recipe is for a precooked ham. I buy those all the time to save time. They still take about 2 hours to cook in the oven. That is a long time that you need to plan for before eating dinner. I never have two hours unless it is the weekend but I often crave ham so I figured out how to cook a ham in the pressure cooker.

Cooking ham in the oven can take 2 hours so I decided to make it in the pressure cooker. Learn how to cook a ham in the pressure cooker for just 10 minutes in this easy recipe tutorial.

It is actually very easy. You will need the following items.

    1. Precooked ham 6-7 lbs
    2. Packet it comes with for glaze (Or 1/2 cup of brown sugar 1/2 tbs of cinnamon, 1/2 tsp of nutmeg)
    3. Can of pinapple rings
    4. Water
    5. Foil
    6. Sling made with the foil or this thing is the best. The blue meatlifter. This is my favorite pressure cooker accessory pack.
    7. Water
    8. Pressure cooker – I use a Power Pressure Cooker XL

Optional Potatoes and herbs if you want to cook your meal together.

1. If you are cooking your potatoes with your ham. The put in the potatoes first.

2. Pour in the 1 cup of water (Whether you have potatoes or veggies or not.)

3. Place a large sheet of foil on your counter (It must be big enough to wrap your ham)

Cooking ham in the oven can take 2 hours so I decided to make it in the pressure cooker. Learn how to cook a ham in the pressure cooker for just 10 minutes in this easy recipe tutorial.

4. Put your ham in the foil. Do not wrap the top. You will leave it open to pour in your sugar and pineapple mixture once it is in the pressure cooker.

5. Mix the packet ingredients or the brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg with 1/2 cup of the pineapple juice from the can of pineapple. You can use the pineapples later or put them on the ham in the pressure cooker. Our kids like their pineapples not cooked with their ham. I like mine cooked so I do half and half.

6. Then put down the trivet. If you do not have a trivet the sling made of foil or the silicon one will work. If you do not know how to make a sling. This is an excellent post How to Make A Sling

7. Place the foil wrapped ham on top of the sling

8. Make sure the foil will contain the liquid you are about to add.

9. Pour in the liquid mixture.

10. Close the Foil

11. Shut the Pressure cooker

12. Turn it to 10 minutes for your pre-cooked ham that is 6-7 lbs

13. Let the pressure release when it is done

14. Use your mitts to take off the top

15. Unwrap your ham and let it cool

Cooking ham in the oven can take 2 hours so I decided to make it in the pressure cooker. Learn how to cook a ham in the pressure cooker for just 10 minutes in this easy recipe tutorial.

I do this during the week so I can use the ham to make other recipes. These are some of my favorite recipes with ham.

Cooking ham in the oven can take 2 hours so I decided to make it in the pressure cooker. Learn how to cook a ham in the pressure cooker for just 10 minutes in this easy recipe tutorial.Ham Recipes:

Hot Ham and Cheese Sandwiches Recipe

Amish Ham Loaf Recipe

Leftover Ham and Cornbread Casserole Recipe

Sweet and Savory Ham Sandwich Recipe

Homemade Egg McMuffin Breakfast Recipe

Leftover Ham Recipes: Harvest Salad

Slow cooker ham

Easy Recipes Kids Can Make: Ham and Cheese Sushi Rolls

Recipes for Ham Roundup

Must Have Instant Pot Accessories

These are my favorite pressure cooker accessories. I find the one I use the most is the Silicone starter pack. I use it for every meal I make in the pressure cooker or outside of it.

This is the ultimate one stop shop Instant pot pack 

I use these all the time
Silicone starter pack

This is my go-to cookbook. I also love this one for my Pressure Cooker XL.

This is the pressure cooker I have.

Steamer

When I make eggs I use just my pot but people swear by this egg stand
and this one with the silicon molds that they also use to make egg omelets in.

I love my steamer basket

When I am trying to do an entire meal at once I love this
Stackable Basket


and everyone needs one of these make sure you look at the size of the unit before you buy this cake pan.

Steamer basket

Non-stick Springform Bundt Pan

This is the best storage option I love my Rubbermaid containers you can microwave them and refrigerator food in them. They do not stain!

For more instant pot recipes check out these cookbooks

The Essential Instant Pot Cookbook: Fresh and Foolproof Recipes for Your Electric Pressure Cooker

Dinner in an Instant: 75 Modern Recipes for Your Pressure Cooker, Multicooker, and Instant Pot®

Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Cookbook: 550 Recipes for Any Budget. Simple And Quality Guide For Beginners And Advanced. Vegan Instant Pot Recipes.

Instant Pot® Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook: Easy Recipes for Fast & Healthy Meals

Weight Watchers Instant Pot Smart Points Cookbook: The Complete Weight Watchers Instant Pot Cookbook – with 60 Healthy & Delicious Instant Pot Cooker Recipes

Cook perfect meals using your pressure cooker by making sure you time them perfectly. Print our instant pot pressure cooker cook time cheat sheet.

Print Our Pressure Cooker Cook Time Cheat Sheet

Instant Pot Recipes

You have to try this simple instant pot pressure cooker salmon recipe. It's easy and so tasty. A healthy meal that your whole family will love.

Try my Instant Pot Salmon Recipe

instapot swedish meatballs

Simple Instant Pot Swedish Meatballs Recipe

You have to try this easy instant pot pressure cooker chicken cacciatore recipe! It's easy to make and so tasty. A healthy dinner recipe for the whole family.

Pressure Cooker Chicken Cacciatore Recipe

Instant Pot Beef Roast Recipe

Instant Pot Beef Roast Recipe

Hearty Beef Stew Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Recipe

instapot baked apples recipe

Instant Pot Baked Apples Recipe

Fast and Easy Instapot Baked Potatoes Recipe

Instapot cinnamon applesauce

Easy Instant Pot Cinnamon Applesauce Recipe

Instapot Pot Roast Recipe

Instapot Pot Roast Recipe

Drool-worthy instant pot dessert recipes that you should try now!

Did you know that you can make desserts in your instant pot? See my list of drool-worthy Best Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Desserts

Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Pot Roast Recipe

This easy one pot chicken pot pie recipe is pure comfort food. Everyone in the family will surely love it and best part is it's so easy to make in the pressure cooker.

Pressure Cooker Chicken Pot Pie Recipe

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How to Cook a Ham in the Pressure Cooker
 
Ingredients
  • precooked ham 6-7 lbs
  • Packet it comes with for glaze (Or ½ cup of brown sugar ½ tbs of cinnamon, ½ tsp of nutmeg)
  • Can of pinapple rings
  • Water
  • Foil
  • Water
Instructions
  1. Pour in the 1 cup of water (Whether you have potatoes or veggies or not.
  2. Place a large sheet of foil on your counter (It must be big enough to wrap your ham)
  3. Put your ham in the foil. Do not wrap the top. You will leave it open to pour in your sugar and pineapple mixture once it is in the pressure cooker.
  4. Mix the packet ingredients or the brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg with ½ cup of the pineapple juice from the can of pineapple. You can use the pineapples later or put them on the ham in the pressure cooker. Our kids like their pineapples not cooked with their ham. I like mine cooked so I do half and half.
  5. Then put down the trivet. If you do not have a trivet the sling made of foil or the silicon one will work. If you do not know how to make a sling. This is an excellent post How to Make A Sling
  6. Place the foil wrapped ham on top of the sling
  7. Make sure the foil will contain the liquid you are about to add.
  8. Pour in the liquid mixture.
  9. Close the Foil
  10. Shut the Pressure cooker
  11. Turn it to 10 minutes for your pre cooked ham that is 6-7 lbs
  12. Let the pressure release when it is done
  13. Use your mits to take off the top
  14. unwrap your ham and let it cool

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