During any celebration or family gathering, it’s helpful to have a few pressure cooker recipes ready when your food prep time and space in the oven are both limited. From homemade cheesecake to chocoflan, try something a little extra special and everyone will be talking about how your dessert was the highlight of the event.
Chocolate pudding isn’t just a mix from a box. When you make Pressure Cooker Chocolate Pudding from scratch, it’s a rich dessert that will impress your guests. Usually, homemade pudding needs low heat and a lot of stovetop supervision to thicken to the right consistency. A pressure cooker does all the work for you.
Test Kitchen Tip: Let your pressure-cooked pudding set up in the fridge for three hours or overnight. It’s a good make-ahead dessert for a party. Make it in the morning and have it ready to serve with dinner that night.
I am getting hungry for something good to eat after reading all of these entries about these delicious sounding desserts!
do you have instructions for just a simple box cake? You spend so much money on the quick cooker then do not know how to use is 🙁
When using a box cake mix in our Quick Cooker Bundt pan it takes like half of the batter at a time.
Hope this will help.
I was really hoping to see five new recipes here.
These are all new to me!! Can’t wait to try a few of them.
If you click on the photos, you will see the recipes.
Click on the recipe name of the items shown (they are highlighted in Light Green)
Hey Erin, Above in the descriptions you will see a TEAL Color lettering, Quick Cooker Cream Cheese Bundt Cake etc. Tap on that writing and it will bring up the recipe for you. Hope this helps.
On the chocoflan cake the review states is ready in 25 minutes but the video instructions says let cool for 1 hour. I assume the let cool part is for the cake to set, and it so it isn’t ready in 25 minutes…right?
So tempted to get back into Pampered chef and this cake just may do it!
I’m disappointed that Pampered Chef hasn’t come up with more recipes. I find lots of Instant Pot recipes but don’t know how to convert them to the Quick Cooker.
Hey, Elaine, I was just wondering if you got back in???
They all look so yummy
Can you bake brownies in a fryer or cooker
I found this for you. Hope you make them!
With the Silicone Egg Bites Mold, you can make bite-sized brownies that are soft, gooey, and absolutely perfect.
How to Make Brownie Bites
Mix 9 oz. (275 g) Brownie Mix, 1 egg, ¼ cup (60 mL) oil, and 1½ tbsp (22 mL) water together. Then, spray the wells and lid of the Silicone Egg Bites Mold with oil. Fill each well ⅔ full of batter (you’ll have enough batter for two batches) and cover the mold with the lid.
Add 1 cup (250 mL) water to the inner pot of the Deluxe Multi Cooker and place the filled mold on the cradle within the pot. Set to CUSTOM, high pressure for 25 minutes. Once the timer goes off, manually release the steam and let it rest for 10–15 minutes before removing the brownie bites.