This awesome collection of Instant Pot Chicken Breast Recipes is exactly what you need to quickly and easily cook up affordable and delicious meals!
Includes recipes that are suitable for gluten free, low carb, Keto, Paleo, and Whole30 diets. Weight Watchers points also included.
Not only is chicken breast the most popular dinner ingredient, but it’s also one of the most versatile foods around. There are almost infinite possibilities for cooking and serving chicken breast. And I’m sharing my all-time favorite way with you today: making Instant Pot Chicken Breast.
That’s right, cooking chicken breast in Instant Pot is so incredibly easy and it turns out so amazing every time. It really is a simple, hands-off way of cooking tender, juicy, and totally delicious chicken breast.
In fact, I love making Instant Pot chicken breast so much that I have rounded up my favorite Instant Pot Chicken Breast recipes to share with you!
We’re talking about all the ways to cook and serve delicious chicken breast: shredded or stuffed, savory or spicy, in soups, pasta, casseroles, and more. With so many amazing ways to cook Instant Pot chicken breasts, you can effortlessly serve up delicious meals the entire family will love!
Why Make Instant Pot Chicken Breast
- Easy – there is minimal prep work involved. Simply add water (or other cooking liquid) and the chicken breast to the Instant Pot, set it, and walk away!
- Affordable – Buy chicken breast in bulk or on sale, then freeze and cook when needed. A great addition to your weekly meal prep routine.
- Delicious – No dry, overcooked chicken here! When you pressure cook chicken breast it stays tender and moist.
Tips For Success
- Select chicken breasts that are similar in size so they cook evenly and at the same rate.
- Make sure the chicken breasts are placed in a single layer inside the insert, and not stacked or overlapping.
- If cooking from frozen, make sure each chicken breast is separated before adding to the Instant Pot insert.
- When cooking chicken in the Instant Pot, make sure to pour 1 cup of water or cooking liquid into the bottom of the Instant Pot.
- Always check chicken breast for doneness before serving. Use a digital meat thermometer to make sure the internal temperature has reached at least 165 degrees F / 74 degrees C before serving.
- The cooking times listed in these recipes do not include the amount of time it takes for the Instant Pot to come up to pressure, or for the pressure to release.
So, are you ready to learn just how many ways you can cook Instant Pot Chicken Breast? Then read on!