Instant Pot Breakfast Pumpkin Custard

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This breakfast pumpkin custard smells like pumpkin pie and applesauce but is made almost entirely of vegetables. Add in some bananas or chopped dates and you have a delicious dish.

Here’s a few tips for making the BEST breakfast pumpkin custard:

  • This custard can be eaten alone or as a topping to a juicy pork chop.
  • You can serve the custard with optional toppings like raisins, chopped dates, sliced bananas, or a dollop of coconut cream.
  • This doesn’t need to be super smooth. It tastes good even if it’s a little chunky.
  • This recipe tastes best warm. Either right out of the Instant Pot or reheated.

If you like this Breakfast Pumpkin Custard, you’ll love these other AIP breakfast recipes.


Breakfast Pumpkin Custard
 
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Serves: 4 cups
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  1. Add all of the ingredients except for the gelatin to the Instant Pot.
  2. Put the top on the Instant Pot and set to pressure cook for 3 minutes. Take care to set the knob to the sealing position.
  3. Once it’s finished cooking, allow the Instant Pot to depressurize (slow release). After about 10 minutes, the floating valve or red metal pin should drop, then open the lid.
  4. Add in the gelatin using an immersion blender, blend the cauliflower mixture until smooth.

 

 

 

About Beth Chen

Beth is mama to a beautiful boy, a self-taught cook and photographer. After becoming ill, Beth found the AIP diet and used it to help find stability in her health. She’s turned her passion for food, photography and healthy living into a blog called bonaippetit.com. The purpose behind the blog was to make switching to the AIP lifestyle less intimidating and more delicious. Just because you have food restrictions, doesn’t mean that your food needs to taste like it. Besides the kitchen, her favorite place is her backyard where she chases her kiddo and is attempting to turn her black thumb green. Beth lives in San Diego with her husband and son.

1 comment

  • Kim says

    Hey, would this work in a crockpot? I don’t have an instapot.
    Also, do you know a good sub for banana? As I don’t tolerate them.

    Thanks! 😊

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