5 ingredients & 10 minutes to make this simple Sweet Pressure Cooker Carrot Puree Recipe. This healthy & delicious carrot side dish is super easy to make! Great way to get your picky eaters love eating their veggies.
I must confess that I’m not a huge fan of carrots. I do eat carrots, just that I won’t get excited by the mere thought of it. 😛 BUT, I seriously couldn’t get enough of this sweet pressure cooker carrot puree!!
I just LOVE the smooth texture, light fragrance, and sweet taste. It’s such a simple side dish, yet surprisingly really delicious. Kids will definitely love to eat this veggie dish. 😀
5 ingredients & 10 minutes are all you need to make this super easy, healthy and frugal carrot side dish!
5 Ingredients for Sweet Pressure Cooker Carrot Puree Recipe
You can make this carrot puree recipe when you’re looking for something super easy and quick to make, healthy, thrifty yet fancy, and vibrant in color.
This sweet carrot puree is perfect for those busy weeknights or when you have guests over for dinner parties. It would be great on the side of your roast as an alternative to our Pressure Cooker Mashed Potatoes.
Tips for Sweet Pressure Cooker Carrot Puree Recipe
Make sure the carrots are dried well before blending them with the immersion blender, as you don’t want the puree to be too watery.
Remember to remove the carrots immediately after quick release from the pressure cooker to avoid overcooking the carrots.
Prepare Carrots: Clean, peel, and dry the carrots well. Roughly chop them into small pieces (as shown in our video).
Pressure Cook Carrots: Pour 1 cup of water in your pressure cooker. Place chopped carrots into the pressure cooker in a steamer basket. Close lid and cook at High Pressure for 4 minutes, then Quick Release. Remove the carrots and dry well.
Puree Carrots: Place the carrots in a deep bowl. Use an immersion hand blender to blend the carrots until desired consistency. Add butter, honey, and sea salt to the carrot puree, then mix well.
Taste and Serve: Taste the carrot puree and add brown sugar if necessary. Serve immediately with a main dish!
Make sure the carrots are dried well before blending them with the immersion blender, as you don’t want the puree to be too watery.Remove the carrots immediately after quick release from the pressure cooker to avoid overcooking the carrots.*Rate the Recipe: If you've tried the recipe, don't forget to Rate the Recipe in the Comments Section. Thank you!
Course: Dinner, Lunch, Side Dish
Keyword: instant pot baby food, instant pot carrot puree, instant pot carrots, instant pot mashed carrots, instant pot side dishes, pressure cooker baby food, pressure cooker carrots, pressure cooker mashed carrots, pressure cooker sides
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