There really isn’t a time when we wouldn’t want a decadent dessert recipe that can be made super quickly and easily in an Instant Pot or pressure cooker. That said, while it’s true that these sweets work for birthdays, holidays, dinner parties, and just any old night when you and your family deserve a surprise treat, today is Valentine’s Day. And, well, if you haven’t given much thought to how you’ll spoil your family, these Instant Pot dessert recipes will save you.
And if you already have the big day covered — any big day — then just bookmark these for tomorrow night or the night after. Beccause there’s never a wrong time for desserts like these.
Top: Pressure Cooker Cheesecake Pops | Pressure Cooking Today
I don’t know about you, but I’d make this Instant Pot Oreo Cheesecake at My Baking Addiction nearly any day of the week — no excuses or holidays neccessary. In fact, this recipe is worth buying an Instant Pot if you don’t already have one. Yum.
You’ll find that, in general, the Instant Pot is particularly great at certain things, and making cheesecake and other creamy desserts is what it does best when it comes to sweets. So, yea, another cheesecake recipe. But you’ll hardly complain about getting your hands on this Instant Pot Salted Caramel Cheesecake at Cookies & Cups, right?
Flan and Creme Caramel can be fussy to make, but not in your Instant Pot. This Easy Pressure Cooker Flan Creme Caramel at Pressure Cook Recipes is genius and the kind of recipe that you’ll make over and over again. Because holy impressive. (Even if you’re just impressing yourself.)
A classic dessert, molten chocolate cake always wins, and making it is as easy as ever with this recipe for Easy Instant Pot Chocolate Lava Cake at Paint the Kitchen Red. These are made with pantry ingredients you probably already have on hand, prep in 5 minutes, and cook in 30. In other words, you can make these any time you want. Dangerous…but I wouldn’t change a thing.
I admit that there is a stove-top step in this recipe for Pressure Cooker Chocolate Pots de Creme at Pressure Cooking Today, and they have to cool in the fridge for at least four hours. But even though you have to plan ahead, this creamy, dense chocolate-lover’s dessert is totally worth it.
More cheesecake, I know, but these Pressure Cooker Cheesecake Pops at Pressure Cooking Today (above & top) are too perfect for Valentine’s Day or a birthday. I couldn’t skip them, especially given how making them is SO much easier than making traditional cake pops. Easy — and delicious! — for the win.