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Are you interested in using your Instant Pot to provide your loved ones with delicious, healthy meals? You can. All you have to do is find out about some of the top vegan Instant Pot recipes. You don’t need to follow a vegan lifestyle to enjoy a scrumptious vegan meal, but you should think about switching at some point. With an Instant Pot, you can prepare tasty meals conveniently and you won’t need to sit around the stove for hours on end. Within this guide, you’re going to learn more about preparing some of the best vegan recipes using your Instant Pot.

What Is Vegan?

First and foremost, you should learn more about being vegan. What does it mean to eat a vegan diet? Well, it is pretty simple. When you’ve decided to become a vegan, you will refrain from eating and using animal products. With that being said, you don’t be able to consume chicken or hamburgers. You’ll need to find other ways to spice up your meals. Some people believe that vegan meals are not delicious, but this couldn’t be further from the truth.

You can cook many delicious vegan meals, but some are tastier than others. Below, you’ll find out about some of the best vegan recipes to cook in your Instant Pot.

Instant Pot Vegetable Soup

Vegetable soup is one of the best meals you can make in your Instant Pot. Although it won’t contain animal products, it will still be very fulfilling. With this recipe, you can fill your stomach and stay full for longer. It only requires 35 minutes of your time to prepare a couple of delicious bowls of Instant Pot Vegetable Soup. When you’re ready, you’ll need to visit your local store and purchase celery, carrots, tomatoes, oregano, thyme, onion powder, parsley, bay leaves, salt, and pepper.

You’ll also need Yukon gold potatoes and medium onions. With these recipes, you’ll be able to prepare a vegan vegetable soup quickly, and you can guarantee that your loved ones will ask for more. The recipe contains 225 calories per serving and 9 grams of fiber. The only con is that it has more than 800mg of sodium per serving so you’ll want to eat this vegetable soup in moderation.

Instant Pot Vegan Chili

Next, you’ll want to give your loved ones Instant Pot Vegan Chili. It won’t contain any animal products, but it’ll still satisfy each member of your family. With this recipe, you’re going to need avocado oil, onions, garlic cloves, celery stalks, carrots, red peppers, chilli powder, cumin powder, cayenne, salt, pepper, coconut sugar, black beans, and tomatoes. This recipe is great for people trying to lose weight because a single serving only contains 170 calories. In addition to that, it has 10g of fiber and 300mg of sodium.

As a result, you can guarantee that this vegan recipe is going to fill you up. You won’t be hungry for several hours after eating this Instant Pot Vegan Chili. The sodium is moderate so you can consume this meal without experiencing issues.

Vegetable Wild Rice Soup

Vegetable Wild Rice Soup is a hearty soup that looks just as good as it tastes. You can combine this delicious soup with a small sandwich or salad. Either way, you can rest assured knowing this meal will be scrumptious and fulfilling. Plus, it only takes 25 minutes to prepare this meal. You’ll need 5 minutes to prepare the meal and 20 minutes to cook it. You’ll need a handful of ingredients, including vegetable brother, canned tomatoes, celery ribs, carrots, mushrooms, onion, parsnip, sweet potato, pepper, wild rice, garlic cloves, and salt.

Once you’ve collected everything you need, it is time to begin combining all of the ingredients. They should be combined in a 6-quart electric pressure cooker or a larger one. Once everything has been added, you can close and lock the lid. Be sure to close the pressure release valve too. Set the pressure to high and begin cooking the recipes. You need to let it cook for 20 minutes before letting the pressure escape naturally for at least ten minutes.

Then, you can remove the bay leaves and sprigs. Once you’ve done that, it is time to serve this meal to your family members. Check our Corrie Cooks to learn more about vegan recipes you can prepare using your Instant Pot.

Apple Pie Steel-Cut Oatmeal

Most people live oatmeal because it is scrumptious and fulfilling. Adding steel-cut oats is a good idea because it’ll add texture and more flavour to the meal. Some people love adding toasted pecans to the mixture as well. Even better is the fact that you can prepare this meal rapidly. All you need is 10 minutes to prepare the oatmeal and five to cook it. You can prepare as many servings as you want quickly and conveniently. When you’re ready, you’ll need to pick up some steel-cut oats, applesauce, syrup, cinnamon, nutmeg, salt, apples, and pecans.

You’ll need a 6-quart Instant Pot or a bigger one. You’ll need to start by combining most of the ingredients in the Instant Pot. Once they’ve been added, let it cook on high pressure for five minutes. Release the pressure before adding the chopped or sliced apples. Let the mixture cook for 10 minutes so nobody gets hurt. Once it has cooled, you can add more ingredients, including more sliced apples, syrup, and pecans. With this delicious meal, you’ll only have 171 calories per serving. In addition to that, it has 4 grams of protein and 4 grams of fibre. You can prepare this meal quickly so you’ll want to make it for your loved ones today.

Switching to a vegan diet is highly recommended because it is healthy and you’re protecting animals. However, you’ll agree that some vegan meals are not scrumptious and this makes it hard for many people to switch. Once you’ve switched to a vegan diet, you’ll be happier and healthier. Start with some of the vegan Instant Pot recipes mentioned above and find others to experiment with later.

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