Just one glimpse 👀of this is enough to make you hungry! Are you looking for a great dish🥣 to bring to an upcoming party or potluck? These Baked Beans make a fantastic dish full of flavor and everyone just loves them! This baked beans cooked in an instant pot makes a great side dish for a barbecue, picnic, or for any lunch or dinner. Make sure you keep the recipe handy! Folks will be asking you for it ;).
Yeah, I know. I’m not really in sync “with” the seasons right now, but we are almost there 💁♀ . Yes, this is a fantastic summer recipe and I cannot wait for the weather to get better. Thankfully, we aren’t picky about when or with what we eat our baked beans in this house. So as the warmer weather started rolling in, I wanted to perfect these baked beans by this upcoming summer. You know, when it was actually hot 🌞 and the season for camping/cookouts/block parties and guess what this year I will be taking my third baby ( INSTANT- POT) to the parties. No there is no R4 :P.
Instant pot Baked Beans Recipe Video
Try making this Instant Pot Baked Beans and you will never go back to canned baked beans!
Opening a 🥫can of baked beans and serving hot on toast is the ultimate, tasty, fast food, and there is barely a home that does not keep a can in their pantry. However, making your own baked beans adds another dimension to the taste. Making it in the Instant pot takes it to a whole new level of simplicity. Not only are they delicious, but you can also control what goes in the recipe. Avoid the added sugar, sodium and preservatives found in the canned variety. Once you try these, you’ll never want to buy the canned baked beans again.
Baked Beans for breakfast, after-school snack, lunch or dinner?
Baked beans are an American food icon dating back to Colonial times, but I have fond memories of my mom serving these delicious beans on toast with a glass of milk to me and my brother. The food kept us going until dinner time, but of course, they were canned. These are the tastiest baked beans that you would ever have tried and are such a snap to make! Perfect weekend Brunch serves with some toast and ideally eggs and the other breakfast goodies, this is the perfect breakfast to enjoy. Oh, and you can eat them whenever you want them to. Breakfast, after-school snack, lunch, dinner or whenever you feel like. You cannot beat the taste of freshly prepared homemade baked beans!
This Instant Pot Baked Beans Recipe is Super Easy to Make!
This vegan instant pot Baked beans recipe is super easy to prepare. Just soak the beans for a few hours (don’t worry if you forget it too), add everything to your favorite gadget instant pot, and walk away. While your baked bean is cooking, you can make a batch of Vegan cornbread (No- Refined sugar) or a side of green salad to go with your dinner since you’ll have some much extra time on your hands! If you don’t have an Instant Pot I HIGHLY recommend getting one.
What kind of beans are used to make the baked beans?
Most recipes call for pinto beans to make these delicious baked beans, however, you can switch it out for the ones you like. You can opt for Navy beans, Jacob Cattle Beans or Great Northern beans. It’s not only a delicious side dish for summer but you can enjoy it all throughout the year. Special thanks to the Instant Pot. This is my new favorite recipe. My kids have fallen in love with baked beans…AWESOMELY FANTASTIC!!!!!!”
Do I have to soak the beans to get delicious Baked Beans?
Soaked or not, the Instant Pot definitely does a great job cooking the perfect beans. Although soaking is not mandatory, it is highly recommended as it aids digestion. Soaking beans removes indigestible complex sugars that cause gas. It’s best to soak beans overnight, but sometimes if we forget, we will soak them even for a few hours in the morning before cooking them or soak the beans in the Instant Pot itself for around 30 minutes.
Why is using a pressure cooker/Instant pot better than making baked beans on the stovetop?
It is way faster if you’re starting with dry beans for last minute preparation or if you forgot to soak them the night before. No soaking overnight needed. You can get the recipe completed in around an hour, the beans go from dry to perfectly soft within 60 minutes. Instant pot simplifies the traditional recipe to a dump and prepares the recipe that is not time-consuming and does not need to babysit.
- 1 pound dried pinto beans
- 1 cup Pineapple juice
- 1-1/2 cup tomato puree/ sauce
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- salt to taste
- 1 onion / large minced
- 1/3 cup maple syrup
- 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
- 2 cup water or vegetable stock if your beans are not pre-soaked
- If using soaked beans, soak beans overnight in cold water. Drain beans and then add to inner pot of instant pot.
- Add in remaining ingredients, mix together and place lid on instant pot.
- Set on high pressure for 40 minutes if beans were soaked, 60 minutes if beans were not soaked.
- Let pressure release naturally and then serve.
- If you don't have maple syrup, you can use brown sugar or honey.
- If you don't like chopped onions, you can add in 2 teaspoons dried onion powder.
- You can use water or apple juice or Barbecue sauce in place of pineapple juice
- You can use navy beans, Jacob cattle beans or great northern beans instead of pinto beans
- Instant Pot DUO60 6 Qt 7-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer, Sauté, Yogurt Maker and Warmer
- Organic Great Northern Beans (Dried, Non-GMO, Kosher, Raw, Sproutable, Bulk Seeds, Product of the USA) — 5 Pounds
- Food to Live Certified Organic Pinto Beans (Non-GMO, Kosher, Bulk) (3 Pounds)
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Amount Per Serving:Calories: 198 Total Fat: 1g Saturated Fat: 0g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 1g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 356mg Carbohydrates: 42g Fiber: 8g Sugar: 18g Protein: 8g