We’ve got lots of Instant Pot sausage recipes for you to enjoy with ground sausage as well as sausage links mild or spicy. Breakfast and dinner are covered.
We have a lot of easy Instant Pot recipes here on The Typical Mom blog. I just have a hard time not using it daily because it makes my life so much easier. It is kinda’ hard remembering what it was like to not have a multi cooker pressure cooker on hand. Whether you’re looking for Instant Pot sausage recipes using ground sausage or sausage links we have a lot of dinner recipes and casseroles to choose from here.
I see ground sausage as a great alternative to ground beef in just about any recipe.
If I have it on hand I will opt for that over beef because it has a lot more flavor in it already and most of the time I don’t have to add any additional spices because the meat has enough and makes just about anything delicious.
Here are a bunch of easy Instant Pot sausage recipes to choose from and a video of a few of our favorites:
- Pressure Cooker sausage and peppers is so good and super cheap to make!
- Instant Pot breakfast casserole – 4 different ways to make this and each way could use sausage.
- Easy Instant Pot stuffed peppers can use ground sausage or beef, either is great.
- Pressure cooker lasagna casserole is killer with ground sausage.
- Instant Pot cheeseburger macaroni – this one is honestly better with ground sausage because it adds a ton of flavor vs. beef.
- Instant Pot red beans and rice – easy and you can customize it to your spice level.
- Instant Pot stuffed cabbage casserole – favorite amongst all of us.
- Instant Pot sloppy joe casserole – how could you go wrong….
- Pressure Cooker sausage rice casserole – is amazing with mild or spicy sausage and has TONS of flavor!
- Cheesy Instant Pot goulash – make regular goulash or add the creaminess for heaven.
- Instant Pot spaghetti – I use ground sausage to make this all the time because it adds so much flavor
- Instant Pot chili mac – a childhood fave where you can use sausage instead of ground beef.
- Instant Pot brats and sauerkraut
- Instant Pot stuffed pepper casserole – same great flavors but way easier to make than the traditional method, swap sausage for ground beef.
- Instant Pot lasagna soup – great year round.
- Pressure Cooker breakfast bundt cake – This comes out SO pretty and we’ve had it for dinner as well.
Sausage is great for just about any meal, including breakfast like you see here above! I have made this breakfast bundt cake with spicy ground sausage as well as ham and I’d say the sausage won!
- Instant Pot sausage shells
- Instant Pot creamy sausage tortellini soup
- Instant Pot sausage white beans
- Pressure Cooker black bean and sausage chili
- Instant Pot sausage chicken jambalaya
- Instant Pot sausage gravy
- Pressure cooker crustless meat lovers quiche
- Instant Pot gumbo
- Pressure Cooker Italian sausage and white beans
- Instant Pot sausage mash
- Instant Pot sausage breakfast bake dish recipe is below!
This is one of our newest Instant Pot sausage recipes here, like a casserole for breakfast, this is what you’ll need
- 1.5 qt. casserole dish – oven safe
- Small loaf of sourdough bread
- Bell peppers
- Sausage links
- 1 loaf sourdough bread cubed
- 8 oz sausage links pre cooked, diced
- 1 c bell pepper green, diced
- 1/4 c jalapenos diced
- 1 c cheese cheddar
- 4 eggs
- 1 c milk whole
- 1 tsp cajun seasoning
- 1/2 tsp salt
Spray inside of casserole dish with non stick spray.
Cube your sourdough bread loaf and put inside your dish on bottom, up to about 3/4 of the way full inside your dish.
Sprinkle your cajun sausage pcs., green peppers, and jalapenos on your bread pcs., then sprinkle your cheese on top of all of that.
In a bowl beat your eggs, add your milk, and seasonings and pour over bread mixture.
Cover your casserole dish with foil.
Add 1.5 c of water into your Instant Pot and set trivet in the bottom.
Make a sling out of foil and lower your dish on to your trivet.
Close lid and steam valve and set on pressure high for 20 minutes.
Allow to naturally release steam for 20 minutes, then lift out and allow to cool a bit so it will firm up and you can slice and lift out pieces cleanly. Enjoy
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