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Instant Pot Easy Cheeseburger Pie

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The impossibly easy cheeseburger pie is a super classic recipe, but I gave it a huge upgrade by making an instant pot easy cheeseburger pie! I have loved making tons of instant pot recipes, and experimenting with new ones everyday. This is instant pot easy cheeseburger pie recipe is going to be a new family favorite for you!

If you love making the impossibly easy cheeseburger pie, then you're gonna love making my instant pot easy cheeseburger pie recipe!

Instant Pot Cheeseburger Pie Recipe is Everything!

Yes, you are going to need to make this instant pot cheeseburger pie asap. You and the family are going to thank me for it! The recipe is super flexible, so you can add all other types of “burger toppings” into it. You can add onions, tomatoes, bacons, pickles, and the sky is the limit.

If you love making the impossibly easy cheeseburger pie, then you're gonna love making my instant pot easy cheeseburger pie recipe!

The recipe has a very liquid consistency. It’s almost as thin as a crepe batter mix, so don’t freak out when you make it! I was also very happy to know that nothing curdled and there was no weird texture issues when eating. It was delicious, and a great time saver! I made this recipe in under 25 minutes, including time for cooking the hamburger meat.

If you love making the impossibly easy cheeseburger pie, then you're gonna love making my instant pot easy cheeseburger pie recipe!

Enjoy My Instant Pot Easy Cheeseburger Pie Recipe

Instant Pot Easy Cheeseburger Pie
Yield: 4

Instant Pot Easy Cheeseburger Pie

Ingredients

  • 1 pound ground beef
  • 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup Bisquick
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • sea salt and cracked pepper to taste

Instructions

  • In a medium sized skillet over a medium flame, add ground beef, garlic powder, salt and pepper to taste. Drain grease when browned.
  • Place ground beef into bottom of pyrex container.
  • Add cheddar cheese on top of ground beef.
  • In a bowl, add milk, eggs, and Bisquick. With whisk mix well until lumps are gone. To avoid lumps, I slowly added milk into the batter mixture and mixed with a whisk accordingly.
  • Pour liquid contents over ground beef and cheese in pyrex bowl.
  • Using a PIP method, add 2 cups of water into your IP container, place 2 - 1 1/2" ramekins to inside of the IP pot container. Place pyrex bowl on top of ramekins.
  • Place lid on top and lock into place. Place on High Manual Pressure for 15 minutes and let NPR for 5 minutes.
  • Release remaining steam from IP. Remove lid at an angle so water doesn't drip on top of cheeseburger pie. Allow to cool and then remove from the IP.
  • Serve and enjoy!
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    15 Comments

      1. You can totally cook it in the oven! Follow the same directions, and preheat the oven to 350. Bake for about 25 minutes, or until the top is a beautiful golden color 😀

    1. Thank you for the recipes, the Creamy Chicken Pasta link takes you to a Chicken Potato soup (which looks good too) just FYI

      1. Thank you so much for catching that mistake of mine! I fixed the link. I hope you enjoy! Thank you for visiting.

      1. Aww….I’m so sorry you had to put it back it because it wasn’t quiet done. However, I hope you all enjoyed it!

      1. PIP = Pot In Pot 🙂 Where you cook in a pot inside of your instant pot or other types of pressure cooker.

      1. Original recipe serves 4. If you You should be able to double it with no issues, but you would have to keep it at least an extra 5 minutes for the batter and cheese. Hope this helps!

    2. Did you used ramekins beneath the pyrex dish to raise the bowl higher away, from the heating element? If so, would a tall trivet work a well?

      1. I honestly had lost my trivet and had to buy a new one. I used ramekins in real life at the moment, but you can definitely use a trivet with no problem!

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