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|By :Instant Pot Holiday Cookbook by Heather Schlueter|
|Browse Category||Seven Ingredients or Less, Side Dishes|
|Duration||less than 15 min|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Main Ingredient||Brown Sugar, Butter, Spiced Rum|
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||1 minutes|
Heather Schlueter started her blog, The Spicy Apron (thespicyapron.com), as an escape from the corporate life—she was a successful litigation attorney along with a CEO of a large medical practice and laboratory. She is the author of Cooking with Your Instant Pot Mini.
Holiday entertaining is so easy with an Instant Pot®
Have the best holiday get-together ever because of your favorite kitchen appliance! This handy, authorized recipe collection provides inspiration for delectable holiday fare worthy of any celebration. Entertaining will be less stressful and cleanup a breeze when you put your Instant Pot® in charge! Welcome guests with steaming cups of Warm Spiced Mulled Wine or Warm & Creamy Spinach-Artichoke Dip that come together in just minutes. Tender Turkey for a Small Gathering is worthy of oohs and aahs, while Sweet Potatoes & Marshmallows is a yummy classic. And desserts such as Pumpkin Cream Lava Cake are to die for! There are also great alternatives to traditional holiday entrées, including Roast Pork Loin with Apple-Orange Holiday Chutney and great ways to use leftovers such as Country Ham Hash (brunch, anyone?). You’ll even find recipes for fun and creative homemade gifts that can easily be created in the kitchen. Let the festivities begin!
I really like this recipe especially for fall. It tastes like eggnog but it’s an aquired taste. Definitely gets better as you keep drinking. Enjoy!
Good recipe. Horrible instructions. If you use connamon sticks in the IP instead of ground cinnamon you will have it fall apart in your drink. I would use less butter and more rum. I also use apple cider instead of water.
Easy and delicious! The ccinnamon stick remained sturdy after cooking so it was repurposed as a stirring stick for my cup. Definitly making again.
I used thick cinnamon sticks rather than the ones with multiple thin layers of bark.
It was far too buttery so I’m going to take it way down to 1 Tbs of butter. I used unsalted – recipe didn’t state which to use. I used 1 cup of Siesta Key Spiced Rum. I would not use Captain Morgans for this. Regular rum could be used, just add whole allspice and whole cloves to get the spice flavor. They can probably be put in cheesecloth. I’ll update if i can after I try that.
Looks good, but why is it under side dishes and not beverages?
Am i assuming the butter goes in with the dry ingredients, as per step 1?