Vegetarian & Vegan59 Videos

Instant Pot Tutti Frutti Oatmeal Using the Pot in Pot Method

This recipe is vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free and oil-free. With this recipe, we’re using the Pot-in-Pot method to cook the oatmeal. We like to do this, depending on the recipe, because it makes clean up a little easier. With this method, you use a separate bowl, on a trivet, inside the inner liner of the Instant […]

Instant Pot Fruity Oatmeal – Gluten-Free, Sugar-Free, Oil-Free

Using the Instant Pot for your morning oatmeal makes it quick and easy. This recipe is vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free, oil-free, nutrient-packed and, above all, delicious! The complete, printable recipe is at the end of this post. Simply combine all of the ingredients in the inner liner of your Instant Pot and give it a good […]

Cinnamon Quinoa – Gluten-Free, Sugar-Free

We found that this recipe for Instant Pot Cinnamon Quinoa works well as a breakfast, served warm, or as a dessert, served cold. It’s also vegan, oil-free, sugar-free and gluten-free, not to mention, low-calorie, too. Always be sure to rinse the Quinoa well. This helps to reduce any bitterness. Combine all of the ingredients in […]

Sicilian-Style Fava Beans in an Instant Pot

This is a vegan recipe that we developed quite a while ago. We just discovered that we only had a little more than a cup of dried fava beans. The original recipe required 2 cups, so we rewrote this one for 1 cup and took pictures through the process. So, here’s all the ingredients: Don’t […]

Low Calorie Hearty Black Bean Soup in an Instant Pot

This super easy, dump all the ingredients in, recipe is not only low-calorie, it is also vegan, oil-free and sugar-free. At less than 100 calories per servings, you’ll never have to feel guilty about have a second serving!
Colorful Vegan Risotto Made in Your Instant Pot
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Colorful Vegan Risotto Made in Your Instant Pot

In this video by The Last Minute Cook we learn to make a tasty, colorful and vegan risotto that uses bell peppers. Risotto is one of our favorite side dishes and we make it often in a myriad of different ways. This one is simple, tasty and colorful and is a perfect side dish for […]
Brussels Sprouts in a Lemon Parmesan Sauce
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Brussels Sprouts in a Lemon Parmesan Sauce

In this video by Pressure Luck Cooking you’ll learn how to make Lemon Parmesan Brussels Sprouts. As they mention, a lot of people don’t actually like Brussels Sprouts. Personally, we love them. One thing that we learned from this video is that cutting the sprouts in half actually helps reduce the bitterness. We’ve been cooking […]
How to Make Sweet Potato, Broccoli, Quinoa Bowls Using Your Instant Pot
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How to Make Sweet Potato, Broccoli, Quinoa Bowls Using Your Instant Pot

This video by Naturally Brittany explains how to use your Instant Pot to make healthy, tasty sweet potato, broccoli, quinoa bowls. There are a few steps to take but the process still doesn’t take that long and the result is a colorful, tasty and healthy meal. Brittany suggests composting the peelings/scraps from the veggies and […]
Soaking Your Beans Before Cooking Them in Your Instant Pot
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Soaking Your Beans Before Cooking Them in Your Instant Pot

We have sometimes soaked our beans, and sometimes not, before we cook them in the Instant Pot. However, after watching this video by – The Inspired Improvement – we’re going to start soaking them every time. It’s always great to learn new things – like getting the best you can out of the food you […]
Vegan Cauliflower Soup in an Instant Pot
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Vegan Cauliflower Soup in an Instant Pot

We just love cauliflower and have it often in various recipes. This easy to follow recipe by – The Ginger Optimist – is a winner. If you want it to be oil-free, simply omit the oil and use a little vegetable broth to sauté the veggies. Just follow the video and make your own, amazing, […]
Making Oatmeal in the Instant Pot Using the Porridge Button
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Making Oatmeal in the Instant Pot Using the Porridge Button

This video – by PrepWhisperer – is pretty long but packed full of some great information. If you’re only interested in the recipe – then jump ahead to the 11:15 mark in the video. But, if you have the time, you might consider watching the whole video.