This Instant Pot Berry Cobbler is an amazing berry crisp recipe that is simple to make and absolutely delicious!
This week I asked my kids which dessert recipe to share with y’all.
Hands down this berry cobbler is the pressure cooker dessert that won the vote. It’s a huge hit around here. Every time we make this they inhale it!
Plus this recipe is ridiculously easy to adapt to gluten free (just use gluten free oats). With two of our family members on a gluten free diet it makes this berry crisp a big win!
Instant Pot Berry Cobbler Recipe
When it comes to making this recipe there are two methods that can be used: Pot in Pot (PiP) or ramekins.
I personally prefer the ramekins because it’s easier to tell my kids that they all got an equal share. ha.
However, if you choose to do this PiP style, the method is just about the same.
Same cook time, same ingredients.
The only main difference is that it is all being cooked in one dish rather than smaller individual dishes.
If you choose to use the ramekins there are some tricks…
Check the stability of your steaming rack before placing the ramekins filled with berry cobbler on top of it. The ramekins might shake around a bit once the pressure cooker comes to pressure (boiling water and all) so you want to make sure that it’s good and stable. Otherwise you might end up with a berry mess.
Another sanity saver is this nifty little tool that will help you lift a hot ramekin out of a steaming pressure cooker without burning your hands. Those little cups can be a bugger sometimes. If you don’t plan on using this tool, don’t worry – just remember to let the cups cool down a bit before you try to remove them.
Alrighty y’all, let’s get cooking!
- 4 c. Mixed Berries, fresh or frozen
- 2 c. Oats
- 1/2 c. Almond Flour
- 1/3 c. Maple Syrup
- 1/4 c. Olive Oil
- 1 t. Cinnamon
- 1/2 t. Salt
- 1/2-1 c. Water
- Chopped Walnuts
- Vanilla Ice Cream
- In a medium bowl mix together oats, almond flour, maple syrup, olive oil, cinnamon, and salt.
- Fill ramekins with mixed berries.
- Spread oat mixture evenly on top on the berries.
- Add 1/2-1 c. water to the Instant Pot. Place the steaming rack inside the Instant Pot. The water should not touch the steaming rack shelf, if it does pour some water out.
- Place the ramekins on the steaming rack.
- Lock the lid on to the Instant Pot and seal the vent.
- Pressure cook on "High/Manual" for ten minutes.
- Once the pressure cooker is done cooking the berry cobbler allow the steam to release naturally for ten minutes. After ten minutes quick release remaining pressure.
- Remove lid and allow to cool for five minutes before removing from the Instant Pot.
- Serve with vanilla ice cream and/or chopped walnuts.
If you aren’t making this berry cobbler in your Instant Pot right this second then pin this post so you can easily find it later!