October 17, 2018

10 Thanksgiving Recipes Using An Instant Pot

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10 Thanksgiving Recipes Using An Instant Pot

As stay-at-home moms, we know how much work Thanksgiving dinner is if we don’t go and crash someone else’s house.

Beyond the cleaning, the setting of the table, you have the hours and hours of cooking followed by the insane clean up.

Throw a couple kids in the mix, in laws, cousins and aunts and uncles.  It is enough to drive a young mom mad!

So, for all my Instant Pot lovers, I have done the research and found you some great recipes!

Thanksgiving Meal Ideas from All Recipes

All Recipes has been my go to since I first began cooking:

Instant Pot Thanksgiving Dinner

I like this article because it is an all in one.  One pot one clean up!

Read through the article.  There is even a blog that goes into detailed, step-by-step instructions to help you.

Thanksgiving Turkey

Just the turkey – but seriously that is the hardest part!

Mashed Potatoes

Mashed potatoes are a standard at Thanksgiving dinner.

Related: How To Handle Extended Family During The Holidays

Other Thanksgiving Meal Essentials

Turkey and Potatoes

Turkey and potatoes in one pot.

The Sides

Related: 10 Best Ways To Save Money As A Stay-At-Home Mom

Your Thanksgiving Signature Drink

Kick your party up a notch and shock every one with a specialty drink along with a perfectly cooked dinner!  Enjoy some spiced apple cider.

Thanksgiving Dessert Time 

Apple crisp in less than 15 minutes.

The Easy Thanksgiving Dinner

Want to keep it super simple?  How about a turkey casserole!

What About Your Thanksgiving Dinner?

Well, I hope this makes your family dinner easier.

And do this no matter how you make dinner this year, no matter how it turns out, and no matter how big the mess.  Take a moment and look at the faces that surround you and soak in God’s blessing.

Your table — whether it is 10 people, 20 people, or a table of 2 — doesn’t matter.  Your table is filled with love and that is all that matters.

Related: 20 Christmas Traditions To Start This Year

10 Thanksgiving Recipes Using An Instant Pot

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