Instant Pot Scrambled Eggs –-If you’re looking to up your breakfast game, then this recipe is for you. This simple and quick Instant Pot Scrambled Eggs Recipe can be whipped up in 10 minutes or less and will rival any other egg dish out there. Give it a try, and let me know what you think!
Few things are more satisfying than a plate of hot, fluffy scrambled eggs. But the process of making them is often exasperating. The first challenge is whisking together the eggs and cooking oil, which can be challenging to do without splashing half your ingredients onto the countertop. Then there’s scrambling them on the stovetop, where you have to constantly stir with one hand while scraping down the sides with another. Finally, you need to transfer them into a heated pan or casserole dish before adding cheese for melting–another messy task that requires two hands at once!
But what if I told you it could all be done in one pot? With no extra dishes needed? That’s right: Scrambled eggs made in the Instant Pot are amazing! Plus, you can make this recipe anywhere you go, from Hotel Rooms to Campers, to a vacation!
Some other Easy Instant Pot Recipes are INSTANT POT STUFFING, INSTANT POT HOMEMADE HAMBURGER HELPER, INSTANT POT QUINOA, and INSTANT POT CARAMELIZED ONIONS.
Ingredients Needed For Instant Pot Scrambled Eggs
- Black Pepper
How To Make Instant Pot Scrambled Eggs
In a mixing bowl, crack the eggs, add the milk, and whisk the eggs until they are frothy.
Then press the saute button on your Instant Pot, give it about a minute to heat up, and then add the butter. Add the eggs when it’s melted, then start moving the eggs around with your wooden spoon or spatula.
Depending on how much you like your eggs to cook, shut off the saute’ button and plate them.
DO YOU ADD MILK FOR SCRAMBLED EGGS?
While you do not have to use any milk product, I have found that you will get a fluffier batch of eggs if you add some dairy. Whether that is almond milk, cream, heavy cream, or oat milk, I always add some to create a fluffier plate of scrambled eggs.
ARE SCRAMBLED EGGS GOOD FOR YOU?
Eggs are healthy food with high-quality protein and vitamins. They can be part of your diet if eaten in moderation. If you follow a low-carb or Keto-Friendly diet, they are the perfect way to start the morning off, full of protein.
Can I use Instant Pot mini to make this recipe?
Yes, any Instant Pot Mini or Regular size will work for this recipe. I have also used the Ninja Foodi for this recipe. It worked perfectly!
Do I need to use the pressure cooking function?
No need to wait until your Instant Pot is pressurized before making this quick, easy and delicious recipe for Scrambled Eggs.
The pressure cooker scrambled eggs are perfect any time of day because they’re so simple! The Saute function on an electric range or stovetop model works just like how you would cook them in the oven but with no fussing around; all that’s required from the start (and finish) cooking process down below ensure these babies pull out tender every single time without fail – guaranteed foodie gold here folks!!!
What Add-Ins can you use for scrambled eggs?
Scrambled eggs are a staple in most households, but what add-ins can you use to make them more filling? Be creative and try adding some of these ideas: cheese, bacon, crumbled sausage, spinach, or kale. You could also add avocado for a yummy breakfast!
MORE INSTANT POT BREAKFAST RECIPES:
- INSTANT POT, HAM, CHEESE, AND EGG BREAKFAST BURRITOS
- EASY INSTANT POT, DENVER OMELET EGG MUFFINS
- INSTANT POT, SAUSAGE, AND CHEDDAR EGG MUFFINS (KETO FRIENDLY)
Instant Pot Scrambled Eggs
Instant Pot Scrambled Eggs --If you're looking to up your breakfast game, then this recipe is for you. This simple and quick Instant Pot Scrambled Eggs Recipe can be whipped up in 10 minutes or less and will rival any other egg dish out there. Give it a try, and let me know what you think!
- 4 eggs
- 1/4 cup of milk
- 1 tablespoon of butter
- salt and pepper to taste
- In a mixing bowl, crack the eggs and then add the milk, and whisk the eggs until they are frothy.
- Then press the saute button on your Instant Pot, give it about a minute to heat up, and then add the butter. Add the eggs when it's melted, then start moving the eggs around with your wooden spoon or spatula. (see my go-to spoon)
- Based on your preference, for how much you like your egto gs cook, shut off the saute' button and plate them.
- Plate, serve, and enjoy!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 105Total Fat: 8gSaturated Fat: 4gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 195mgSodium: 175mgCarbohydrates: 1gFiber: 0gSugar: 1gProtein: 7g
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