Salted Caramel Cheesecake in the Instant Pot

Oh how I loved this cheesecake! :) Oh how my family loved it! It was gone in no time. I'm actually glad that the Instant Pot IP-DUO60 7-in-1 Multi-Functional Pressure Cooker, 6Qt/1000W makes a small cheesecake. Too much of a good thing is not a good thing for the hips! Ha, ha.. To make a cheesecake in the Instant Pot you will need a Springform Cake Pan, MCIRCO 7 Inches.

I made this 7”'s of amazing-ness from this recipe:

I gathered together all my ingredients....

I made the crust first. The crust uses Ritz crackers and it was a perfect compliment to the sweet goodness. The recipe also has you line the bottom of your pan with parchment paper. This was a good thing. The last cheesecake I made I did not do that and just sprayed with non-stick spray (I use:Kelapo Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, Cooking Spray, 5-Ounce Can ). The parchment paper and spray combo made it even easier to remove pieces from the pan.

After the crust was done I mixed up the cheesecake and poured it into my pan. The above recipe has you put a paper towel on the bottom of the pan and then a layer of foil over it. This was also a good idea. And you will need to make a foil sling to be able to set your cheesecake into the instant pot...

I covered the top of with another piece of foil because moisture does collect on the top. Lower the cheesecake into your IP on top of the trivet...

Set it on Manual and cook for 35 minutes..

Pull it out, let it cool down and then put it in the refrigerator for a few hours. I put mine in overnight...

When ready to serve, remove from pan and drizzle caramel sauce over the cheesecake. I purchased caramel sauce in the grocery store. It was ice cream topping. And while it was good, I know there are better quality caramel sauces available. Next time I will buy a better brand or I will search for a good homemade sauce recipe to use. The sauce really helps to make this amazing.

Regardless, everyone in my house at it all up in no time at all!!

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  1. Looks amazing!! Thanks for sharing!

  2. hi we just got our pressure cooker did you use a spring form pan? I saw a recipe that did that. my cookers not that big. according to the directions cuz I have sloooow internet is just do is parchment paper, then alum foil, spray and follow what you did. how did you get it out of the container? not trying to be stupid but? thanks

  3. Yes, the pictures show the springform pan.. you make a sling out of foil to lower the pan on and remove it when it's done cooking. I've never tried just using parchment paper.. seems like it might be difficult to do.. but not sure.. Crystal 🙂


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