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Keto Instant Pot Recipes That Will Convince You to Finally Buy a Pressure Cooker

Keto Instant Pot Recipes

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Sticking to a diet is way easier when you have appealing, easy-to-make recipes in your arsenal. That convenience is especially important when you're on the keto diet, since one false move can send you out of that hard-earned ketosis. These breakfast, lunch, and dinner recipes from the Keto Instant Pot Cookbook by Urvashi Pitre ($7; amazon.com) make use of the Instant Pot for low-fuss recipes. Keep these on hand to fall back on when you're short on time and patience. (Related: The Keto Meal Plan for Beginners)

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Sesame-Ginger Chicken

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This shredded chicken recipe only requires five minutes of hands-on time, so you can throw it together in the middle of a busy week to eat later with salads, roasted veggies, or keto tortillas. One serving rings in at 20 grams of fat and 4 grams of carbs.

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Broccoli, Ham, and Pepper Frittata

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Throw eggs and your favorite omelet fixings into your Instant Pot and you'll end up with a deep-dish masterpiece that puts flatter frittatas to shame. This one's filled with cheese, peppers, ham, and broccoli. (Related: More Easy and Healthy Frittata Recipes.)

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West African Peanut Stew

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If you're cooking for keto skeptics, sneak them this hearty stew. It's thickened with tomato paste and peanut butter and loaded with chicken and veggies, so everyone will feel satisfied.

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Cauliflower Mac and Cheese

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If mac and cheese is your biggest sacrifice on the keto diet, fill the void with this cheesy cauliflower rice. When you taste cream cheese, half-and-half, and cheddar cheese all melted together, you won't feel like you're missing out on a thing. (Related: These Healthy But High-Carb Foods Are Off-Limits On the Keto Diet.)

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Savory Shrimp with Tomatoes and Feta

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This shrimp recipe checks all the boxes: Mediterranean, pescatarian, and under 30 minutes. So you'll probably keep it in rotation even when you're no longer eating by keto guidelines. You can choose to serve it as-is or over zoodles or mashed cauliflower.

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Spicy Basil Beef Bowls

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When you're craving something super meaty, go with this bowl of beef and vegetables. Gochujang gives it "flavor payoff with its complex, slightly spicy, very umami seasoning," writes Urvashi Pitre, who developed the recipe. (Related: Gochujang Is the Spicy Ingredient Missing from Your Cabinet)

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Chicken Tortilla Soup

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For a satisfying starter, make this chicken tortilla soup. It's filled with flavorful ingredients like adobo sauce, jalapeño, and cilantro—and topped with sour cream and cheese. 

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