The Frugal Instant Pot Cookbook
A few short weeks ago I published a cookbook that’s become one of my most popular ones yet. It’s called the Frugal Instant Pot Cookbook and something I’ve been working on for quite some time. I’ve used my instant pot for the past two years. When it first arrived, I made room for it in my kitchen cabinet. That space has since been reclaimed because I use this electric appliance on an almost daily basis. It stays out on my kitchen counter ready to cook steel-cut oats for breakfast, or a quick soup or stew for dinner. I also like it quite a bit for cooking beans and potatoes.
Since it’s publication, I’ve gotten quite a few questions about The Frugal Instant Pot Cookbook. The main ones are about how frugal the recipes are (very), and what recipes are included. I thought I’d share a few of the frugal tips I have included with each recipe and a full table of contents and recipe list. I hope you find it helpful in making your decision to pick up this Kindle Cookbook.
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One of my favorite parts about writing up the recipes was the “To Make This More Frugal” section. Each recipe ends with a few simple times to make the already frugal dish for even less.
Here’s an example from the Instant Pot Steel Cut Oats recipe:
Make This Even More Frugal:
I buy my steel cut oats at a local Aldi grocery store. It’s the best price I’ve found and we like the texture and flavor of this brand best. Shop around and find the best price for your area. Don’t forget to look at bulk options, or consider ordering your steel cut oats online. If you have Amazon Prime, you can find great deals and have the oats shipped free to your home.
While the oats taste best if make them with milk as stated in the recipe, you can replace some or even all of the milk with water. I find that when I replace half the milk with water, no one in my family notices the difference. This comes in handy when you’re running low on milk. Saving a cup or two of milk may not seem like much of a saving, but over time, it will add up, particularly if you find yourself making this several times per week as I do.
Here’s another example, this one from a recipe for ham and bean soup.
How To Make This More Frugal
Your biggest savings with this recipe will come from the ham. You can put as little or as much in it as you like. Look for good deals on ham at the grocery store. You can often find thick slices of ham, and end pieces on sale. Of course stocking up during the big holidays also helps. Set aside some bits and pieces, or use leftovers like I do and you’ll have enough ham to make a pot of soup like this several times a month.
Here’s a quick rundown of everything you’ll find in the Frugal Instant Pot cookbook:
- Choosing The Electric Pressure Cooker That’s Right For You
- Handy Pressure Cooker Accessories & Tools
- Electric Pressure Cooker FAQs
Instant Pot Breakfast Recipes
- Basic Pressure Cooker Steel Cut Oats
- Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal
- Instant Pot Rolled Oats
- Cinnamon & Brown Sugar Oatmeal From The Instant Pot
- Instant Pot Hard Boiled Eggs
- Instant Pot Poached Eggs
- Instant Pot Egg & Sausage Casserole
- Instant Pot Egg Bites
Instant Pot Rice & Bean Recipes
- Cooking Dry Beans In The Instant Pot
- Instant Pot Pinto Beans
- Instant Pot Black Bean Soup
- Instant Pot Black Beans And Rice
- Easy Instant Pot Red Beans And Rice
- Instant Pot Red Beans And Rice With Sausage
- Instant Pot Baked Beans
- Instant Pot Ham And Bean Soup
- Instant Pot 15 Bean Soup
Instant Pot Soups & Stews
- Almost Free Chicken Stock From The Instant Pot
- Instant Pot Leek and Potato Soup
- Instant Pot Cauliflower Soup
- Instant Pot Potato Soup With Bacon & Cheese
- Beef and Vegetable Soup in the Instant Pot
- Instant Pot Tomato Soup
- Instant Pot Tomato And Rice Soup
- Instant Pot Beef Stew
- Instant Pot Chicken And Rice Soup
- Instant Pot Chicken Noodle Soup
- Instant Pot Minestrone Soup
- Lentil Soup From The Instant Pot
- Instant Pot Split Pea Soup
Affordable Instant Pot Meat Dishes
- Instant Pot Hamburger Stroganoff
- Instant Pot Lasagna
- Instant Pot Spaghetti with Meat Sauce
- Instant Pot Creamy Chicken Pasta
- Instant Pot American Goulash
- Sweet Heat Meatballs From The Instant Pot
- Instant Pot Buffalo Chicken
- Instant Pot Barbecue Chicken
- Instant Pot Salsa Chicken
- Instant Pot Pulled Pork
- Instant Pot Mississippi Roast
Tasty Side Dishes From The Instant Pot
- Cooking Rice In The Instant Pot
- Beefy Rice Side
- Simply Stewed Potatoes
- Instant Pot Baked Potatoes
- Instant Pot Mashed Potatoes
- Instant Pot Mac & Cheese
Instant Pot Sweet Treats & Desserts
- Rice Pudding
- Pressure Cooker Apple Sauce
- Instant Pot Bread Pudding
- Instant Pot Peach Cobbler
I put together The Frugal Instant Pot Cookbook to share my favorite tried and true recipes for the electric pressure cooker with you. With this cookbook you’ll be able to make the most of of your Instant Pot and cook affordable meals that turn out delicious.
In this cookbook you’ll find:
- Over 50 delicious recipes with clear step-by-step instructions.
- Affordable meals that don’t use fancy ingredients.
- Tips and ideas to make each dish even more frugal.
- Breakfast recipes that are easy enough for weekday mornings, and filling enough to enjoy for dinner.
- Hearty soups and stews that will fill you up and keep you warm.
- Affordable meat dishes that take advantage of inexpensive cuts of meat that cook perfect in the pressure cooker.
- Simple side dishes to complement your main meal. These are also perfect for the holidays when you need to free up stove and oven space.
- Delectable sweet treats and desserts for those times when you need a little something sweet.
- Plenty of tips, ideas, FAQs and more to make sure you get the most out of your Instant Pot.
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