Make your life easier with these Gluten-free Instant Pot recipes!
This collection of recipes has plenty of tasty dinners and desserts for you to try.
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Easy recipes are on the docket, and they’re totally free of gluten.
Whether you’re eating gluten-free, or having company over, you don’t have to fret about this diet.
Cooking in the Instant Pot reduces cook time, dishes, and stress.
You’re sure to find some new family favorites on this list of 30 gluten-free Instant Pot recipes.
Whole30 just took on a whole new meaning. This chicken stew is a healthy, whole meal that’s ready in 30 minutes!
With hearty chunks of veggies, chicken, and broth, you know it’ll be good.
Sauteeing your garlic and onions prior to cooking helps to add a deeper flavor.
This is a great meal to prep for lunch, too!
This has all the flavor of chicken pot pie, with no soggy crust. Yeah, this bowl-friendly recipe is a total win in my book.
This recipe is more like a pot pie soup, so expect it to be thinner than a pot pie.
You can add a cornstarch slurry, or some potatoes to thicken it up.
Serve it with mashed potatoes, gluten-free noodles, or enjoy it as is!
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Thank heavens gluten-free pasta has come a long way from where it started!
Brown rice pasta is a great alternative with a nearly identical texture.
First, cook your sausage on sautee mode in your Instant Pot. Then, add the pasta, water, and marinara to your pot.
This one-pot, easy Italian dinner is ready in under 30 minutes!
Chicken and dumplings are just one of those meals I can’t bear to cut out.
Gluten-free dumplings are just as tender and scrumptious as the original, and so easy to make.
You can use a gluten-free biscuit mix, or follow the recipe to make them from scratch.
Those delicious dumplings are steamed on top of your tasty chicken soup.
Top with a sprinkle of parmesan, and dig right in. You’ll never miss the gluten!
Long gone are the days of 25-cent ramen dinners.
If the noodles aren’t good enough, the bacon broth is surely good enough to win you over!
Gluten-free ramen can be made with a variety of grain substitutes. A rice and millet combination is what this recipe calls for.
Add your favorite veggies, a soft-boiled egg, and some bacon for full flavor.
You can’t go wrong with creamy mac and cheese. It’s totally family-friendly and the perfect main or side for so many dishes!
Go ahead and ditch the box, and make your own gluten-free mac in the Instant Pot!
A little butter, a little milk, and a whole lot of cheese go into this recipe.
The cheese sauce should thicken well, as long as you don’t add too much water.
Minestrone is an ultimate one-pot dinner that can be made with your quick cooker. Does it get any better?
Use gluten-free pasta along with minestrone staples, and bring the action!
This recipe is so simple and full of fresh herbs and flavor.
Serve your soup with a bit of pesto for extra bright flavors to finish it off right.
Nothing says comfort food like a big bowl of tasty casserole.
Rice, broccoli, and chicken are fabulous ingredients to warm up your soul this fall.
Using the saute function cuts the cooking time of this recipe.
That being said, be sure to cook the chicken through before adding the rice.
This recipe is a great way to introduce casseroles to picky eaters. With simple ingredients and being totally gluten-free, it’s a win-win!
Sure, Burger Helper is convenient. But why buy the box, when you can make your own in a flash?
Brown up your ground beef, and pile in the remaining ingredients. Wait to stir your one-pot dinner until it’s done cooking.
Dried gluten-free noodles work better than frozen alternatives for this recipe.
How do you make tacos even easier? You throw the taco meat in the Instant Pot with some pasta and call it dinner!
Sautee your onions, peppers, and hamburger before adding in the remaining ingredients.
Gluten-free pasta can be cooked to al dente perfection in just a few minutes.
Top your gluten-free taco pasta casserole with some taco fixings and enjoy!
Pot roast is a naturally gluten-free and paleo-friendly dinner. Arrowroot flour makes a thick and savory gravy.
There’s no need to set up the Crockpot the morning of with Instant Pot coming to the rescue.
Just remove the beef and veggies before adding arrowroot so you have room to whisk.
Call me simple, but beef and broccoli is one of my favorite Chinese takeout meals.
If you need to have it gluten-free, make this simple recipe at home, instead!
Of course, beef and broccoli themselves don’t have gluten. Just be sure your soy sauce is gluten-free, and you’re good to go.
Serve with steamed rice, or enjoy as is for a low-carb, gluten-free meal.
Nothing says fall better than a big pot of hearty soup. This rice and chicken soup is certainly what we need for our souls!
Cooking the rice in the Instant Pot cuts down on cook time for a wild rice blend.
It’s full of flavor and cozy enough to warm you up from the inside.
If you have a loaf of gluten-free garlic bread, it’s a great addition to serving this soup.
Is it just me, or do the makers of gluten-free pasta have a thing for penne?
Grab that box you have in the cupboard and make a simple Instant Pot dinner with it tonight!
This recipe is so simple, you likely have all of the ingredients on hand!
A dash of balsamic and pepper flakes takes the flavor to the next level.
Who doesn’t love a simple pasta and tomato sauce dinner?
Sure, spaghetti and meat sauce is an easy dinner as it sits. But in the Instant Pot? There’s minimal mess and even simpler preparation.
Saute the onions and hamburger before adding in the rest of your ingredients.
Don’t forget to add some extra water to the sauce for perfectly al dente pasta.
Any of your favorite gluten-free pasta will work for this recipe.
Just adjust the cooking time to half or what the box says.
With the cooling of the weather comes the time for apple picking.
If your kitchen is overflowing with freshly picked apples, apple crisp is surely in order.
Use your Instant Pot to make the easiest apple crisp. Oh, and let’s not forget that it’s gluten-free and better than ever!
With how healthy this recipe is, there’s no shame in digging in for breakfast.
I mean, it’s basically apple-spiced oatmeal, right?
If you have a muffin mold for your Instant Pot, you have to try this recipe!
Eggs, veggies, and bacon are cooked into delicious savory bites.
You can easily add or omit your other breakfast essentials to these egg bites.
These are great breakfast prep to store in your fridge for easy morning meals.
Don’t ask me how, but these beef tips are a total win in the kid world.
The gravy, beef, and mushrooms are cooked to perfection in an Instant Pot. Sometimes the simplest of meals are the best!
Serve them over mashed potatoes, with rice, or enjoy them as is.
You just can’t go wrong with the classics. Beef stew is one of those recipes everyone comes back to for a little taste of home.
This recipe has all the classics: potatoes, carrots, and beef. Keep it easy with the Instant Pot and dig into a timeless classic.
It’s gluten-free, quick to make, and as tender and delicious as a slow-cooked stew.
Crack chicken has taken the internet by storm.
Ditch your casserole dish and make this delicious internet craze with your Instant Pot.
A delicious combination of ranch, cheddar cheese, bacon, and chicken in one Instant Pot.
Check to make sure your ranch mix is gluten-free before adding.
Cook the chicken and cream cheese coated in ranch mix in the Instant Pot. Add the bacon and cheddar to the mixture after it’s cooked.
Ditch the takeout, as this orange chicken is so easy and won’t break your diet.
A little bit of sweetness, a little bit of tang, and a whole lot of savory goodness make up this dish.
Orange chicken is a classic Asian dinner, and this recipe leaves out the gluten.
Serve it with cauliflower rice for a low-carb and gluten-free option to this recipe.
This chicken cacciatore is better than ever thanks to your Instant Pot. Healthy, delicious, and simple? Sign me right up!
There are so many types of pasta you can use to keep this recipe gluten-free.
From zucchini and cauliflower to lentil and garbanzo beans, grab your favorite.
Be prepared for a saucy, flavorful, and protein-packed dinner. This recipe has it all!
With a couple of weeks left in summer, I’m all for keeping that BBQ flavor alive.
There’s no need to use the smoker, as your Instant Pot is the perfect place for BBQ pulled pork.
Of course, you’ll need to use gluten-free buns for your sandwiches.
You should also check your BBQ sauce to be sure it doesn’t contain any gluten.
If you want to omit the extra carbs, serve your pulled pork on a bed of coleslaw. The perfect balance of tang, sweet, and spice.
I can’t be the only one who buys pork roasts and never knows what to do with them.
If you’ve got a roast in your freezer, go ahead and make this for dinner!
You won’t need to remember to start your Crockpot for tender pork tacos.
This recipe walks you through an easy pork recipe that’s perfect for carnitas.
Fry up some corn tortillas, and garnish with cabbage, peppers, or whatever you like.
Shrimp scampi is perfect for anyone on a gluten-free diet. I mean, butter, garlic, and shrimp? Yep!
You can serve your scampi over zoodles or gluten-free pasta for a more traditional flavor. Though, I like to enjoy scampi on its own.
I’m honestly not sure why I ever made mashed potatoes on the stove. Using the Instant Pot makes it even easier, with even better texture!
Some like a rustic, chunky mashed potato. Some like them smooth and creamy.
No matter how you prefer them, you can use your Instant Pot to make your mashed taters just how you want.
Gluten-free, dairy-free, and a one-pot dinner? Yes, please!
Potato soup is one of those classic soups everyone loves.
If bacon and potatoes aren’t a good enough reason, it’s also super easy to make.
If you want more protein in this soup, add some chicken or ham.
Rice pudding has always been a longstanding staple in my kitchen.
The warmth, spices, and slightly sweet flavor are unparalleled!
It’s naturally gluten-free, soul-warming, and spiced to perfection. Oh, and it’s ready to serve in under 20 minutes!
Serve this warm with an extra sprinkle of spice on top.
Am I the only one who has a mild addiction to creamed corn?
Well, if you’re not raising your hand, this chowder may just do it for you!
Creamy and chunky corn chowder is the soup you need in your life. It’s hearty, easy, and a delicious dinner!
Grab a loaf of gluten-free bread, and serve it with your chowder. You won’t regret it!
What I love most about my Instant Pot, is it can make dessert, too!
Just like a crock or Dutch oven, that quick cooker has a sweet tooth of its own.
This tart lemon cake is totally gluten-free and so simple to make!
Just add your batter as if you were baking, pressure cook, and one tasty cake is ready for you to enjoy.