Simplify the work of making Easter dinner by using your Instant Pot! I’m sharing the best Instant Pot Easter recipes to save you time and energy, allowing you to wow your guests without slaving away in the kitchen.
These Easter Instant Pot recipes are tried and true classics that your family loves, only they are made a little easier with help from the Instant Pot! Simplify your holiday meal prep by putting your pressure cooker to work!
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Easter dinner is always a special time to be shared with family and friends, not spending every last minute of the day in the kitchen!
The Instant Pot can help to save you time and also free up your oven. To make your Easter dinner preparation a bit simpler, I’ve rounded up some incredible Instant Pot versions of your favorite traditional Easter fare!
Whether it’s main dish, side dishes, or dessert you’re after, be sure to check out these delicious ideas.
10 of the Best Instant Pot Easter Recipes
You can click on any of the recipe titles to go directly to the web site for that recipe!
First, let’s talk main dish. Ham is probably the most common meat served on Easter dinner tables, and for good reason! This Honey Ham by Dana Vento looks delicious! If you prefer a boneless ham, this one’s for you!
If a spiral sliced ham is more your style, this Instant Pot Honey Ham from Adventures of a Nurse has you covered.
Some people call it corn casserole, some call it corn spoonbread, cornbread casserole, and more. No matter what you call it, this recipe from The Typical Mom looks delightful!
I love green beans of all types, but green beans cooked “southern style” is one of my favorite ways to enjoy them! These taste like they’ve cooked for hours, but they’re ready in a fraction of the time with the Instant Pot!
Potatoes are one of my love languages. Drench them in cheese sauce and I might drift into a food coma and never wake up. These Instant Pot Scalloped Potatoes from Joanie Simon look like absolute perfection, amiright? Do yourself a favor and add these to your Easter menu PRONTO!
Quick and Easy Instant Pot Mashed Potatoes
There’s never a bad time to have homemade mashed potatoes, but they are especially welcome at a holiday meal! The Instant Pot cooks potatoes to perfection, and you can prepare them directly in the insert pot and keep them warm until dinner time!
And just in case we don’t already have enough cheese from the corn casserole and scalloped potatoes, it’s probably a good idea to add some more to the menu. This Instant Pot Mac and Cheese from The Salty Marshmallow looks like the best kind of creamy goodness. 🙂
Sweet potatoes pair perfectly with ham, and these Instant Pot Sweet Potatoes from A Pinch of Healthy would be a cinch to make!
This sweet pineapple stuffing pairs perfectly with ham, lamb, turkey, or chicken! It is one of my favorite parts of a holiday meal, and I’ve been known to top it with whipped cream and enjoy it as dessert, too! 🙂
It’s a cinch to proof your bread dough in the Instant Pot to make soft and fluffy homemade rolls!
If you’re like me and prefer a sweet potato casserole (because why not add a sweet and crumbly topping?), this Pressure Cooker Sweet Potato Casserole from Pressure Cooking Today is more our style!
When you’re prepping your eggs for decorating, cooking them in the Instant Pot makes the process so easy! These eggs peel so easily and have perfectly cooked centers, making them ideal for deviled eggs for your Easter dinner!
This Instant Pot carrot cake starts with a box of cake mix, then is doctored up into a beautiful and show-stopping bundt cake! Nobody will guess it isn’t made from scratch!
The easiest cheesecakes I’ve ever made have been in the Instant Pot. This salted caramel version from Cookies and Cups looks simply wonderful!
Making Easter Dinner in the Pressure Cooker
By making some of your Easter dinner dishes in the Instant Pot, I hope you’ll be able to enjoy more time with the people who mean the most to you!
You can make your family’s favorite classic Easter recipes, but with a little less time and effort. I call that a win! 🙂