What makes a good dish great? It’s all in the sauce, if you ask us. Just think how a tangy dressing can transform a boring salad or how a dry meat dish can be elevated into something mouthwateringly delicious with a spicy marinade or rich gravy. And let’s not forget those creamy cheese sauces that, well, just make everything better.
What am I doing wrong? Maybe it’s the BURN message glaring at you balefully (yes, that means something is burning), or your silicone sealing ring is improperly positioned. I’ve even seen people forget to put the stainless steel insert back into their Instant Pots before pouring in the ingredients. Apart from these kinds of technical difficulties, here are the less obvious things I see all the time.
This recipe takes slightly more than 30 minutes (I promised 30 minutes or less in my book, Easy Keto in 30 Minutes), but this recipe is so good and such a standby in my house, that I decided to include it anyway. Try it, enjoy the ease of not precooking the cauliflower (unlike most other recipes out there), and you'll be happy to wait a few minutes before tucking into these.
Expanding on her recipe blog TwoSleevers.com, Pitre focuses on recipes for fans of sweet treats and desserts who are sticking to a keto diet. She’s tweaked and reworked quick breads, muffins, pancakes, cookies, cakes, pies, and ice cream to be “fat bombs” to keep your macros in balance and prevent craving forbidden ingredients.
If you love pumpkin spice–flavored anything, add this bread pudding to your list. A magical mashup of a pumpkin spice latte, pumpkin pie and bread pudding, it was created by Urvashi Pitre, the blogger behind Two Sleevers and the author of "Air Fryer Revolution: 100 Crispy, Healthy, Fast & Fresh Recipes". The recipe can be made in the oven, instant pot or air fryer, so you have lots of options, but “no matter what you do, don’t forget the delectable sauce,” says Pitre. It’s quick and simple to make and takes this dessert to the next level.