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Your Instant Pot can crank out amazing soups, pasta, casseroles, chicken, brisket and, yep, even yogurt. But have you given dessert a try? This magical machine also makes decadent cheesecakes, moist cakes and creamy puddings. Presenting 34 Instant pot dessert recipes (because there’s really nothing this amazing appliance can’t do).
File under “best dessert we’ve ever eaten.”
The center is filled with cookie dough. That's all you need to know.
Everyone will be asking for seconds. (Trust us.)
When it comes to ridiculously easy Instant Pot desserts, this is our go-to.
Finish it off with your favorite sprinkles.
We call the end piece.
Finish it off with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Pastel M&Ms make these the best Easter dessert.
The easiest Thanksgiving dessert recipe on the internet.
One bowl of childhood, coming right up.
The sugar-free filling is made with just three ingredients: apples, dates and cinnamon.
Three words: oozy chocolate yumminess.
Three brownie textures—cakey, fudgy and lava—come together in a single pan.
This classic French dessert comes together with just seven ingredients.
Oreos in the crust, filling and on top? Don't mind us if we have seconds.
A foolproof recipe to up your brownie and ice cream game.
Damn, you’re fancy.
Dessert for two, right this way.
This has fall potluck written all over it.
We can’t believe it’s low-carb.
Make room for seconds (and thirds).
Dessert for breakfast? Bring it on.
So refreshing, it’s practically a palate cleanser.
Get brunch on the table in under 30 minutes.
Easy as pie (and a whole lot healthier).
This one deserves a special place in heaven.
If your sweet tooth is a little less sweet.
All of our dessert dreams just came true.
Go ahead, take a second slice.
No burnt chocolate here.
Your dinner guests will never know this elegant dessert was made in your pressure cooker.
Just as easy as boxed cake mix (but gluten-free).
Top the marshmallow ganache with crushed candy canes for an extra festive dessert.
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