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It is no secret that I am a bigger girl. I love food. I love coffee with lots of floofy stuff in it. I have names for all of my gummy bears. BUT, I’m also a wife, and a mom to six wonderful human beings.
I need to be a good steward of this relatively healthy body that God has given me.
I’ve known for a (long) while that something has to give. Perhaps the best motivation is being married to a guy who lost 30 pounds, totally on his own, with controlling his diet and working out a lot. He looks great. Better yet–he FEELS great.
I would like that for myself. But I have a LOT of excuses.
An Instant Pot is great. Instant Pot Accessories supercharge your pressure cooker! Read on to find out what the must-haves are for your new Instant Pot!
It didn’t take long for me to fall in love with my pot. Every recipe I find, I wonder if I can convert it for my Instant Pot. “But can I make it in my Instant Pot?” is a constant question. The answer to that question is yes, you can convert most recipes, but you might need some accessories.
Split Pea Soup is an ideal first soup recipe to prepare in the Instant Pot. The ingredients are easily accessible and the soup comes together in under an hour!
Welcome back to Instant Pot 101! I hope your first week of cooking with your Instant Pot went well. I know that my family has enjoyed hard boiled eggs this week. My daughter was thrilled to try chicken noodles and it is her new favorite food!
As a Lutheran wife, it is ingrained in me that the Lenten season is also Soup season. Every Wednesday before our Lenten service, our church gathers for a soup and sandwich supper. I usually don’t make soup, as I’m a 40 hours a week working mom and generally don’t have time for that.
Enter the Instant Pot.
Or: Take that Dang Instant Pot Out of the Box!
So you did it. You clicked “buy now” on that Instant Pot on Amazon.com. Your brand new and shiny Instant Pot arrived on your front step and you excitedly brought it inside. You set it on your counter, stood back, looked at it and said,
One of the most effective ways to save time and money in your kitchen is to get into the habit of meal planning. For some, meal planning seems to come naturally, and for others, it is a blank calendar staring at them.
Let’s get you past that blank calendar, and take the intimidation factor out of meal planning!