Category: Pudding

Arlene’s Instant Pot Bread Pudding

By , January 7, 2016

Arlene’s Instant Pot Bread Pudding

Arlene's Instant Pot Bread Pudding

You will need a 5 cup Bowl to fit into your pressure cooker (I use a Stainless steel) for “Pot in pot” cooking method.

6 slices of cinnamon/raisin bread (dried out) Cut up

In mixing bowl combine until well mixed for custard:
3 large eggs
3 cups of milk
1 tsp vanilla
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 to 3/4 cup sugar…to your taste
Cinnamon to your taste. Or nutmeg. Or raisins

Butter bowl. Put bread pieces into bowl.
Pour custard over bread pieces. Let stand 15 minutes to let bread absorb egg mixture.
Dot with 1 tbsp butter.
Cover bowl tightly with alum foil that has been buttered.

Put trivet/steaming rack into the inner pot, add 2 cups water.
If you don’t have a suitable “pot lifter”, make a “sling” of alum foil to make it easy to lift the hot bowl out the the PC.
Lower bowl into PC pot.
Lock lid. For the Instant Pot… I used manual setting on HI and set for 25 minutes. I used a natural release for 15 minutes then a quick release to release the balance of the pressure.

Lift out of PC Pot. There might be some water on top of the foil. Just soak that up with a towel and puncture a few holes in foil while cooling. We like our pudding cold, so I would refrigerate. It would be heavenly warm.

This thickens as it cools.

Peaches & Cream steel cut oats {vegan}

By , August 20, 2015

Submitted by Lindsay O.
Peaches & Cream steel cut oats {vegan}
2 diced peaches
1c steel cut oats
1c full fat coconut milk
2c water
1/2 of a vanilla bean scraped – seeds & pod added to IP

Add everything to the inner pot of your Instant Pot. Set for 3 minutes at pressure (press “Manual”/”Adjust” to 3). 10 minutes natural release. Sweeten as needed.

Fresh fruit Yogurt in the Instant Pot

By , July 27, 2015

Submitted by Floyd W.
This makes an Excellent Fresh Fruit Yogurt
For Plain Yogurt just omit the Fruit!

You will need:
4 Wide mouth Pint Jars
5 2/3 Cups of Organic Milk whole or reduced fat.
4 TBSP of All Natural Sugar
4 TBSP of Non Fat Dry Milk Powder
2 Cups of Fresh Fruit Chopped

1. Add 1 1/2 cup of water to the bottom of the Instant Pot and add Grate.
2. Put 1 1/3 Cup of Milk in each Jar place lids on loosely place into the instant pot.
3. Pressure Pressure Cycle on the instant pot and reduce time from 30 minutes to 2 minutes. This scalds the milk killing any pathogens that might be in the milk . Give you a fresh clean slate to start with.
4.After cycle is done release steam from the instant pot and safely with a jar lifter remove jars to cool.
5. I remove the lids carefully and place jars into cool water to speed up the cooling process.
6 Once the milk is below 100 degree you can add your Yogurt Culture safely to the milk.
( For A Yogurt Culture buy plain Cultured Yogurt from your grocery store.
7. Add 1 TBSP of Sugar to each jar
8. Add 1 TBSP of Non Fat Dry Milk to each jar.
9. Add 1 TBSP of Yogurt Culture to each jars and stir up the ingredients till mixed well.( to obtain your yogurt culture just buy plain Cultured Greek Yogurt or reg)
Note:After you make plain yogurt you will now have your own culture to keep your Yogurt making process going!)
10. Add 1/2 cup of fresh fruit to each jar. carefully not to over fill the jars.
Note: By using the jars this enables you to be able to make plain or different flavors all at the same time.
Leave at least 1/8″inch from the top of each jar. Replace lids and rings and place jars back into the Instant Pot . Make sure it still has the 1 1/2 up of water in the bottom the instant pot..
11. Press the Yogurt cycle on the Instant Pot then increase the time from 8 hours to 12 hours.
12. After the cycle is complete place them into the refrigerator cooling it down stops the cooking process by reducing the temperature.

Creamy Rice Pudding

By , March 11, 2014

Submitted by Tina C.
slightly adapted from Creamy Pressure Cooker Rice Pudding found at


  • 1-1/2 cups Arborio Rice
  • 3/4 cups sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 5 cups milk ( I used 2% you can use 1%)
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 cup half and half
  • 1-1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1cup golden raisins
  • Cinnamon if desired


In the stainless steel inner pot combine: Rice, sugar, salt, and milk

Press the Sauté button.  Stir and bring to a boil. Stir constantly to dissolve the sugar. It does not take long to come to a boil.

As soon as the mixture comes to a boil, cover and lock the lid in place, Turn to the stream release to SEALING Position. Press the Rice button.

While the rice is cooking, in a bowl whisk the eggs, half and half, and the vanilla extract.

When you hear the beep sound telling you that the rice is finished cooking, press cancel. Wait 15 minutes. After the 15 minutes, use the quick pressure release. Remove the lid. Stir the egg mixture into the pot. You can add the raisins here, if you wish.

Press the Sauté button. Cook uncovered till the mixture begins to boil.

Press Cancel to turn off the cooker.

Stir in the raisins. Serve immediately or chill.

The pudding will thicken as it cools.  You may want to add a little extra half and half if serving it cold. Sprinkle some cinnamon on top.





Black Sticky Rice Pudding

By , January 23, 2013

Submitted by Kay G.


  • 2 cups whole-grain black sticky rice, white sweet rice or glutinous rice (I prefer the black sticky)
  • 2 cups or 1 can, coconut milk
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 2 Tbs toasted sesame seeds and/or toasted unsweetened shredded coconut (Optional) Strawberries (or mango slice) and mint leaves (optional)

I usually use 1/2 the ingredients.  More than enough for 4-6 individuals served in custard cups.


  1. Measure rice into a bowl and rinse the rice a few times until water clears.  cover with at least 2 inches of water and allow to soak 4 or more hours or overnight.
  2.  Drain the rice and place in a heat proof bowl with room enough for the rice grains to expand about a third more than its uncooked bulk.  Add a small amount of boiling water, just enough to cover the rice.  Place the bowl on the trivet that comes with instant pot with 2-3 inches of water  and steam for 30-40 minutes.  Steaming the rice with a small volume of water will leave the top layer of grains intact, retaining a chewy texture which pops in you mouth like nuts.  If you wish softer rice add more water. All of this can be done on a stove top with a steamer but instant pot has an excellent steaming function leaving your stove top free for other things.(I prefer this method versus pressure cooking the rice so I can get the popping texture I love but you can pressure cook the rice for a more glutinous sticky texture.)
  3. While rice is steaming, make the coconut sauce by heating the coconut milk, sugar and salt together in saucepan.  Stir to dissolve sugar and salt and blend the sauce until smooth.  Keep warm.
  4. When the rice is cooked and still hot out of the steamer, add 1/2 of the sauce or enough to thoroughly coat the rice.  Stir and mix well.  The rice should be wet but not swimming in sauce.  Stand 15-20 min to allow the flavor to be absorbed.  Reserve the remaining sauce for spooning over the rice before serving.  Can be served warm or room temperature.
  5. The flavored rice can be molded into a round mound on serving plate and decorated with sesame seed and/or coconut shreds, sliced strawberries and mint leaves for color.  Or dish into individual serving bowls or custard cups, topped with the reserved sauce, toasted seeds, coconut and mint leaf.

Because of the rich, nutty flavor, black rice is usually eaten by itself and not served with fruits, like white rice often is with mangoes.

Steamed Bread Pudding in the Instant Pot

By , October 8, 2012

Submitted by Ezzie B.

TSteamed Bread Puddinghis is already such a favorite.  My husband is now convinced that he loves the Instant Pot!  I made one batch of this tonight and then had to make a second because I had none left to share with neighbors!


  • 1 tsp coconut oil
  • 1 c Goya Coconut milk
  • 1 cup whole milk
  • 3 eggs, beaten
  • 4 c cubed stale bread
  • ½ c cranraisins
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • ½ tsp vanilla

Optional ingredients can be:

  • Coconut flakes
  • Macadamia nuts or other nuts such as walnuts or pecans Apple ½ of a fresh apple minced


  • Put 2 cups of water in the Instant Pot stainless steel inner pot.  Add the steam rack.
  • Use a casserole small enough to fit into the Instant Pot, but large enough to hold the bread and liquids.  I use a casserole dish that is sloped up to 8 inches in diameter and 3 inches high.
  • Cut bread in cubes.  I like to use my homemade challah but any sweet or white bread will do.
  • Mix the rest of the ingredients in a bowl to combine.  Put in the cubed bread crumbs. Mix well.
  • Cover with wax paper and secure (I use silicone rubber bands that can withstand temperatures up to 600 degrees).
  •  Set Instant Pot to steam and adjust time to 15 minutes.  Let pressure drop of its own accord.
  • I usually wait an additional 15 minutes before removing the lid.  Remove the casserole dish carefully.  Remove the wax paper and whatever secured it.
  • At this point I like to put it under a low broiler flame for about 5-8 minutes just to brown the top.


Mango Coconut Rice Pudding

By , March 27, 2012

Submitted by Lindsey.


  • 3/4 cup Arborio Rice
  • 1 1/2 cups water
  • 1 can light coconut milk
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1/3 cup brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup half and half
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 mango, peeled and cubed

For garnish

  • 1/4 cup shredded coconut, pulsed in food processor
  • 1/4 cup almonds, pulsed in food processor


Add rice, water, coconut milk, sugar, and salt to the pressure cooker. Use the manual setting and set the time to 7 minutes at High pressure. Let the cooker to cool down naturally. Unlock the lid and uncover rice. Add in half and half, vanilla, and chopped mango. Stir together. Serve in small bowls with toasted coconut and almonds over top.