This official cookbook has sold more than 500,000 copies and contains more than 100 recipes for breakfast, dinner, and dessert.
Instead of organizing recipes by meal or ingredient type, this cookbook organizes them by function, so you can quickly find a rice or steamed dish instead of flipping through the entire book.
Indian cooking might seem intimidating if it's not something you're used to, but the Instant Pot provides an easier and healthier way to prepare classic Indian dishes that the whole family will love. All 50 recipes are ready in one hour or less.
Full of handy tips that only a true Instant Pot expert would know, this book of 120+ recipes is well-organized and easy to follow.
The author of this cookbook runs the 370,000-fan strong "Instant Pot Recipes" Facebook page, so you can trust her judgment when it comes to cooking delicious meals with the electric pressure cooker.
Whether you're vegan or not, the healthy, plant-based recipes in this book will hit the spot.
New York Times Food reporter Melissa Clark's elevated recipes are a little more involved than the other ones in this list, but the payoff is big.
Most Instant Pot cookbooks are full of rice and noodle dishes, which are of no use to anyone on the paleo diet. This one has 80 gluten- and grain-free recipes.
No, there aren't 1,000 recipes, but there are enough to create a 1,000-day meal plan if you do like prepping for the weeks ahead of you.
Keto followers will appreciate this Instant Pot book, with 75 high-fat, low-carb meals, designed just for them.