If you are looking for a quick dessert that tastes like it took all night to prepare, this pressure cooker apple crisp recipe is as good as it gets.
Using a pressure cooker to make dinners, desserts, and even breakfast has become really popular due to its time-saving capabilities. Everyone can use a little extra time and thanks to the Power Quick Pot as well as this Apple Crisp Recipe, you can save a bunch of time making dessert.
Keep in mind that although this Pressure Cooker Apple Crisp Recipe is sponsored by Power Quick Pot. All opinions are my own.
If you are not familiar with the Power Quick Pot yet, let me tell you a few key things to keep in mind about this do it all kitchen helper.
It does everything! Seriously take a look at the front of the Power Quick Pot below to see all of the different settings.
I told you it did everything. Another thing I love about the Power Quick Pot is how easy it is to use, everything is labeled in a way that leaves little room for error.
There is so much to love but my favorite thing about the Power Quick Pot is saving time making my favorite recipes like this Apple Crisp.
I love making this recipe because it is so simple, it just requires dumping a bunch of ingredients into your Power Quick Pot, selecting the pressure cooker setting of low, and then waiting ten minutes to enjoy a deliciously gooey apple crisp.
The hardest part of this entire recipe is peeling and dicing the apples which isn’t even that labor intensive to begin with.
I have learned that this Apple Crisp is so good that all you have to do is promise a bowl to someone in exchange for help, then you don’t even have to peel or dice the apples.
If you are teaching kids to cook this may be a good recipe to have them help prepare, too.
Measuring out the different ingredients can be a fun job for little ones and dicing apples can be a good chore for the older kids.
Once all of the ingredients besides the apples are prepared, mix them together in a mixing bowl.
Once you have the topping prepared and the apples ready, dump everything into the Power Quick Pot, adding the apples first. Spread the prepared topping mixture on top ensuring good even coverage over the apples.
Select the pressure cooker button and watch the lights change colors to signify the cooking method. The blue light means standby, the orange means preheating, and the red means fully heated. I really appreciate this feature of the Power Quick Pot, it lets me know every step of the way that my recipe is being prepared according to plan.
One the Power Quick Pot beeps, I know it is time to release the pressure by pushing the cancel button and moving the release switch to the open position. After the steam escapes from the top, it’s safe to open the Power Quick Pot and serve up this deliciously gooey Apple Crisp.
Don’t forget to share this Pressure Cooker Apple Crisp Recipe and pick up a Power Quick Pot to help with all of your holiday cooking. Have you tried this versatile machine out or made this recipe? I would love to hear all about it, leave a comment below.