Easy Instant Pot pressure cooker brownies that are fudgy ooey gooey and just amazing! The best chocolate pressure cooker dessert I’ve made so far! Add peanut butter too for a little slice of ultimate heaven.
Yes I am at it again with my Instant Pot creating delicious recipes like this amazing peanut butter filled pressure cooker brownies! I know, just the sound of it is amazing and when you take a bite you will be in heaven!! You can make it plain (still good) or filled with caramel or peanut butter (go the extra mile will you, it’s amazing). If you’ve never tried a pressure cooker dessert it’s quite easy and I’ll walk you thru the whole process and what you will need. This is now one of our very favorite dessert Instant Pot recipes! (originally published 3/17)
A great way to “bake” during the summertime when the last thing you want to do is turn on your oven! Brownies are my favorite dessert I think and I thought of making this after I made a brownie in a mug that was fantastic.
I know!! A big well full of peanut butter than just oozes out when you take a bit out of the outside. I have made this two ways, with caramel and chocolate in the middle using Rolo candies, or with a few tbsp. of peanut butter in the middle…not sure which one is more heavenly but personally I go with peanut butter every time.
It is the perfect size for the 5 of us for dessert. It is so decadent and rich that you really only need a small piece. . Based on the same idea I modified it to work well for the pressure cooker.
Items needed to make our pressure cooker brownies
- 6″ springform pan this fits inside my Instant Pot nicely
- You’ll need these perfectly fitting pcs. of parchment paper too, makes it slide right out. 😉
If you love flourless chocolate cake with it’s dense fudgy consistency you will love these and this is what it reminds me of. It is a decadent brownie that I seriously can only make like once a month or I’d roll out the door. It’s so good that it’s hard to resist. I will say you only need a very small slice of it to really enjoy this homemade brownie so there’s that….
If you’re looking for a slice of heaven you’ve come to the right place with this one.
This is what you’ll need to make your homemade Instant Pot brownies
- Cocoa powder
- Baking powder
- Springform pan
- Instant Pot or pressure cooker
I will say the peanut butter version (if you like pb) is Aaaahhhhhhmazing!! 50 minutes on high in a 6″ springform pan is just right for us but if you like it more gooey you can try a few minutes less etc… The first time is always a trial to see how you like it perfectly, then the next time you will know exactly how many minutes (just make a notation when you print out my recipe here for yourself).
If you love these peanut butter filled pressure cooker brownies you should try these other Instant Pot desserts we’ve made:
Here’s the printable recipe and a video showing how we made them too.
Easy Instant Pot pressure cooker brownies that are filled with peanut butter or caramel, both are amazing! The best dessert I've made in my Instant Pot yet!!
- 5 tbsp butter, softened or melted
- 1/4 c unsweetened cocoa powder
- 1 c sugar
- 3/4 c flour
- 1/4 tbsp vanilla
- 3/4 tsp baking powder
- 2 eggs
- 1 tbsp diced walnuts optional
- 1 1/2 c water for inside of IP
- 1 tbsp creamy peanut butter optional
Add dry ingredients in 1 bowl and wet in another, stir each.
Add all ingredients together into 1 bowl (minus the optional ingredients). If you are adding nuts fold into brownie mixture.
Spray non stick spray on inside walls on springform pan.
Lay precut parchment paper liner into pan and put tbsp of peanut butter in the middle, or caramel pcs in the middle.
Pour brownie batter on top and spread so it is the same thickness across the pan.
Put aluminum foil over the top.
Put a small glass bowl at bottom of your Instant Pot , or trivet, and pour 1 1/2 c. of water around it.
Put filled springform pan on top of cup or trivet and put IP lid on.
Set to manual, pressure, 50 minutes on high for a 6" pan
Do a slow release (meaning move steam valve just a bit open so the steam comes out really slowly).
Allow to cool completely, then release the clasp on the side of the springform pan and take outer rim off. Put a plate on top and flip over carefully, then remove parchment paper and serve. It will be a very dense flourless cake - fudgy style consistency.
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