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Instant Pot Apple Dumplings are ready in under 30 minutes! This easy apple dumpling recipe uses crescent rolls and a brown sugar, cinnamon, apple cider syrup to make a quick dessert that tastes like fall.
This post is sponsored by Rockridge Press.
Have you gotten an Instant Pot yet? They’re the newest craze in cooking that everyone is talking about. I have personally had an Instant Pot for about a year and a half, but I’ll be honest. For most of those 18 months, the pressure cooker was sitting in my garage, only being pulled out every now and then to cook rice or hardboiled eggs, both of which it does beautifully.
Why did I not touch it much? The Instant Pot intimidated me. For this busy mom, I didn’t have time to learn all of those buttons. High pressure, low pressure, saute, poultry….if I even wanted to try making dinner in the Instant Pot, I just didn’t know how to go about doing it. It was like learning to cook all over again and I didn’t really have the time to learn a new method.
When I opened this Instant Pot® cookbook, I found approachable recipes that the whole family could enjoy for every meal:
Apple and Cinnamon Oatmeal, Corn Pudding, Mexican Style Brown Rice, Sunday Pot Roast, Mac ‘n Cheese…and to finish off? Desserts. I had heard you could make desserts in the Instant Pot but had never tried it. When I saw these Instant Pot Apple Dumplings, I knew this had to be the first recipe I made!
You may have already known how you can make apple dumplings with crescent rolls, but we’re changing the game today and showing how you can make these easy apple dumplings even faster…in the Instant Pot.
Let’s do this.
Open the pot and you’re ready to serve the apple dumplings, with a scoop of ice cream, of course! This dessert was so simple and tasted amazing. We may have made it three times in three days. But don’t tell anyone, K? What I love about this recipe is that it makes a small batch and is ready in 30 minutes. Dangerously easy, right? 🙂