Following a low-carb diet can be a pain at mealtime, but these tasty keto Instant Pot recipes will give you plenty of ideas for delicious dinners.
Super-easy and super-yummy, these are the ultimate in fuss-free food.
Just throw everything into the Instant Pot, set it, and forget it!
From sides to stews and curries to cakes, dinner is covered.
And with so many irresistible dishes to choose from, your Instant Pot will be busy from breakfast to supper time.
Keto-approved, these meals are packed with protein and very healthy. They’ll give you all the nutrition you need with none of the belly-bloating carbs.
Creamy and satisfying, this cozy soup is perfect for chilly evenings.
It’s packed with plenty of cauliflower, giving it a smooth, silky texture that makes it very easy to eat.
But it’s not just the texture that’s appealing. Made with salty bacon, aromatic garlic, and rich sour cream, this soup is bursting with savory flavors
This winter warmer is so good, you’ll want to lick the bowl clean.
Spicy and fragrant, there’s nothing like a bubbling pot of chicken enchiladas.
With this easy Instant Pot recipe, you can have your enchilada bowl on the table in under 30 minutes.
Serve with cauliflower rice, top with sour cream, guacamole, salsa, and lots of cheese. You’ll have zero carbs and lots of delicious yummy joy.
Cauliflower rice is a side staple among the keto, gluten-free, and Paleo diet communities.
And it’s easy to see why – cauliflower is very similar in texture and taste to rice, but with a fraction of the carbs.
If you’ve ever wanted to give this tasty rice alternative a try, here’s your chance to skip the store-bought and make a healthy, homemade version.
Simply steam the cauliflower for a minute, mash it up, and add your seasonings. Simple!
If you love curry but hate standing at the stove, this is your new favorite recipe.
There’s no stirring or watching the pot here. Just put your chicken, spices, garlic, onion, tomatoes, and coconut cream into the Instant Pot and walk away.
You’ll come back ten minutes later, ready to dive into a big bowl of creamy, aromatic butter chicken curry.
Every cook should have a jar of homemade spaghetti sauce in their fridge (or two, or three).
Versatile, healthy, and tasty, it’s the perfect complement to whatever you’re making for supper.
Made with tangy tomatoes, ground beef, and peppers, this rich sauce goes with everything.
Pour it over vegetables, try it with low-carb noodles, or spread it over casseroles. It’s meant for so much more than spaghetti.
It’s fun to say the word zoodle. And it’s also fun to eat them.
Soft and tender, zucchini noodles taste just like the real thing, without grains or carbs.
Here, they’re stirred into a hearty chicken broth along with spinach, onion, and garlic.
This nutrient-dense soup will cure everything from heartbreak to the common cold. It’s a little like medicine, but tastier.
This low-carb chili skips the legumes but adds plenty of fiery taste and satisfying textures.
It’s a wholesome mix of ground beef, onion, garlic, tomatoes, and loads of tongue-tingling spices.
If you love to meal-prep, this is ideal. Make up a big batch on a Sunday and chill or freeze any leftovers for quick midweek meals.
This soup is a creamy hug in a mug.
Made with chunks of tender broccoli and piles of cheddar cheese, it’s mouthwateringly good.
And super-easy too! You’ll only need 5 ingredients and 15 minutes to make this family favorite.
If you’re like me, you probably remember chicken pot pie as being a childhood classic.
Just the smell of it simmering on the stove brings back many memories.
This recipe is just as good as the real thing, but with much fewer carbs (making my adult belly much happier).
Taco Tuesdays will never be the same thanks to this hassle-free recipe.
It gives you perfectly cooked, and perfectly spiced, meat in minutes.
Just saute your beef, add your Mexican-style seasonings, and let the Instant Pot do the rest.
While it’s cooking you can assemble the sides – cheese, sour cream, lettuce, guacamole. It’s a fiesta for your belly!
If you’re craving mashed potatoes, here’s a keto-approved equivalent that is just as tasty, just as buttery, and just as creamy.
Mashed cauliflower is a great stand-in for carby spuds and this easy recipe shows you how it’s done.
Simply steam your cauliflower in the pressure cooker until tender. Then mash it up with chives, garlic, and sour cream.
Entertaining guests for a light lunch? They’ll love these spicy, cheesy buffalo wraps.
Made with a delicious melty mix of cheese, shredded chicken, hot sauce, and green onions, this is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.
Chicken, onion, peppers, and a whole load of spicy seasonings – that’s all you need for this delicious dinner.
You can serve these flavorful fajitas over cauliflower rice, or keep it simple and spoon them into some crunchy lettuce leaves.
Either way, they’re a simple supper that never fails to please.
They may not sound very appetizing, but dump meals are great for busy evenings when you need to eat in a hurry.
As the name suggests, you just dump everything into the Instant Pot and let it go to work.
Made with red bell pepper, squash, mushrooms, tomatoes, garlic, ginger, chicken, and coconut milk, this is a mild and creamy curry.
Ditch the tortillas and enjoy your next Taco night the keto way.
This irresistible soup gives you all that classic Mexican flavor, in a one-pot meal.
It’s loaded with beef, broth, bell pepper, and spicy seasonings.
A generous dollop of cream cheese gives it silky, creamy depth, and a dash of fresh lime, added just before serving, gives it a zesty kick.
Dreamy and decadent, this super-rich casserole is a hearty mix of bacon, cheese, and chicken.
All squished together in a gloriously gooey melty mix!
Flavored with herbs like rosemary and thyme, it’s savory and flavorful.
It also tastes like it’s been simmering on the stove all day, mingling ingredients, and getting melt-in-the-mouth tender.
In reality, you’ve dumped everything into your Instant Pot and pressed a button. I won’t tell if you don’t.
Juicy chicken and earthy mushrooms come together beautifully in this scrumptious supper.
Serve it over cauliflower rice and sprinkle liberally with feta, olives, and parsley for an irresistible keto meal.
Jambalaya is creole comfort food.
Made with a mix of meats, spices, vegetables, and rice, it’s a complete one-pot dinner.
This recipe gives things a keto kick, replacing the rice with cauliflower and upping the protein to include chicken, shrimp, and sausage.
This southern-fried cabbage and bacon is a delicious side that would be welcome at any table.
Made by sauteing cabbage in bacon grease, this is a great way to liven up the humble vegetable.
Even your kids will become cabbage addicts once they get a taste!
Made with oodles of cream cheese and salty bacon bits, these are the only Brussels sprouts you’ll ever want to eat.
Creamy, dreamy, and downright addictive, this recipe turns the humble vegetable into something magical.
Make this one for the kids and you’ll have no problem getting them to eat their greens!
Pro-tip – you can get perfectly-cooked boiled eggs every time by using a pressure cooker.
No more watching the clock, being surprised by runny yolks, or chewing through overdone whites. Try this recipe and you’ll never look back!
This is a great side dish if you’re feeding picky eaters.
Kids and vegetable-hating adults will quickly become cauliflower fans after devouring this melty delight.
In the keto world, cauliflower can be rice and squash can be spaghetti.
Soft and tender ribbons of spaghetti squash are a wonderful substitute for carby pasta.
And they’re so simple to make, courtesy of your Instant Pot.
Steam your squash, scoop out your ‘noodles’. It’s that simple!
Dessert isn’t off-limits with the keto diet. You’ll just have to get creative.
Made with almond flour, this gluten-free cake is low-carb but still beautifully moist and rich.
There’s no sugar either. Just wholesome ingredients coming together to make an airy cake that’d satisfy even the most devoted chocoholic.
This crustless pumpkin pie is perfect for Thanksgiving. Or any day when you want deliciously soft and gooey cake.
Cooking pumpkin pie in the Instant Pot helps it retain its moisture and stay perfectly firm but soft.
It keeps its shape even without the crust, making it the ultimate low-carb holiday dessert.
This melt-in-the-mouth pie is so crazy good you’ll forget you’re even on a diet!
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