Save time and money.
Instant Pots aren’t exactly inexpensive, but they’re worth investing in because they allow you to whip up a lot of cheap and easy meals. The appliance is known for its ability to quickly cook ingredients that would normally take a lot longer to make, and most of those ingredients—like dried beans, rice, and tougher cuts of meat—don’t tend to cost very much. Personally, I’ve ended up saving so much on groceries by relying on my Instant Pot that it practically pays for itself.
Not surprisingly, budget food bloggers have been loving the Instant Pot. They’ve designed tons of reasonably priced recipes that take advantage of the appliance, including these 13 ideas that all cost less than $2 per serving to make. Dishes like broccoli and beef, spaghetti squash Bolognese, and stuffed pepper soup will prove that you don’t need to spend a lot of time or money to make something hearty and delicious.