Let me teach you how the Instant Pot can help you stick to your food plan and contribute to peaceful and delicious automaticity!
In case you missed it, I got an Instant Pot pressure cooker recently. My Bright Line Eating program was already pretty smooth and automatic, but the Instant Pot took things to a whole new level of simple and easy. I’m a big fan.
I put myself through a self-imposed Instant Pot boot camp (and created a cookbook) in order to learn how to use it. If you don’t have a pressure cooker, don’t worry, I’m going to return to other types of cooking right after I post this. 🙂
But first, let me share with you the fruits of that effort.
As far as I know, there are very few resources out there that combine the wonderful world of Instant Pot with the wonderful world of Bright Line Eating... until NOW!
Here you go! Enjoy! 🙂
- PDF w/ embedded links for easy navigation
- Tips and FAQ for how the Instant Pot can support your Bright Line Eating journey
- 40 Instant Pot recipes
- All plant-based recipes
- Most recipes ideal for batch cooking (3-4 servings)
- No flour or sweeteners
- Recipes broken down by food category
- All recipes compliant w/ Bright Line Eating female weight loss food plan
- Color images for every recipe
Adapting Recipes to Other Pressure Cooker Brands or Slow Cookers: These recipes should translate well to other pressure cooker brands or machines that perform a similar function to the Instant Pot. If you don’t have a pressure cooker and don’t want to, and you still want to try these recipes, here’s a guide on converting Instant Pot recipes to a slow cooker or crock pot. Most of the recipes in this book should adapt easily to a slow cooker
Special Thanks to my Fabulous Recipe Testers!
<3 Dawn P <3 Rhonda M <3 Mare M <3 Wendy B <3 Laurie W <3 Donna P <3 Karen K <3 <3 Dawn A <3 Marian R <3 Katie T <3 Valerie F <3 Lisa P <3 Karen F <3 Janelle J <3 Becky F <3 Angela D <3 Pam B <3 Linda S <3 Stephanie <3 Connie N <3 Christine H <3 Denise A <3 Tracy L <3 Michelle B <3 Nadine <3
And an Extra Special Thanks to…
<3 Isabel Gates (my mother) for her editing, love, and support! <3
Katie’s Bright Kitchen is not a weight loss program and does not make any claims about health, nutrition, or weight loss. Katie’s Bright Kitchen recipes are not officially approved by Bright Line Eating™ or any other such programs. These recipes are also not approved by Instant Pot™ or any other distributor of electric pressure cookers.