Instant Pot Chicken Breast Dump Recipes : 3 Instant Pot Recipes from COSTCO – Dump and Go Recipes

Instant Pot Chicken Breast Dump Recipes Video

Instant Pot Chicken Breast Dump Recipes

3 Instant Pot Recipes from COSTCO – Dump and Go Recipes

3 Instant Pot Recipes from COSTCO - Dump and Go Recipes

I love Costco, but sometimes I have so much food left over I don’t know what to do with! In this video I’m showing you how to make 3 meals and then making them each 2 more times to freeze them! That means you will be making 9 recipes total and there is no waste!

These 3 Costco recipes take a few minutes to make and they are my dump and go recipes – meaning you throw everything in, cook it, and your are good to go!

There are a few items you will need from home but, I will tell you exactly what you need in the video.

Here is everything you need from Costco to make these recipes.

96 oz. package of precooked, frozen Italian meatballs  
8 (13.5 oz) can of unsweetened pineapple chunks
1 bag of 6 peppers (yellow, orange, and red)
1 (10 pound) bag of onions
1 (10 pound) bag of small red potatoes or small potatoes
1 (4 pounds) bag of baby carrots
1 bag or frozen vegetables (corn, carrots, beans, etc)
4 (1 lb) packages of ground turkey
8 cans of chicken broth (or you can use vegetable broth)
8 (14.5 oz.) cans diced tomatoes
10 pound back of frozen chicken breasts
Romaine Lettuce
50 count Tortillas
Frozen Cauliflower Rice (has 4 separate bags in the one bag)
Avocados (optional)

Pantry items you will need: 

3 cups of brown sugar
3/4 cup of white vinegar
6 Tablespoons of soy sauce
Salt and pepper to taste
Garlic salt to taste
3 Tablespoons of Cumin
3 Tablespoons of Chili Powder
Rice if you don’t like Cauliflower rice

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If you are cooking for 1-2 people I would suggest the 3 Quart. If you are cooking for more, I would suggest the 6 quart!

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  1. I can't ever remember being amazed at the smell of a soup. From any culture. I've smelled appetizing, delicious, aromatic, delectable, mouthwatering, heavenly. Amazing means unexpected, and I usually expect soup to have the smell of the ingredients, I'm not at all amazed by that.

  2. Is there a link for the printable version of these recipes? And maybe a printable shopping list? I can't seem to find it. Am I missing it?

  3. I have white vinegar for the first recipe but was wondering if apple cider vinegar would work too or if it would not be the right flavors?

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