This Tapioca Pudding is a delicious custard you can serve as dessert for your family dinners.
Usually, sweet desserts take hours to be prepared, but this pressure cooker recipe is really quick and easy to make.
The delicate vanilla flavor will surely please your guests, but if you want you can add chocolate to make it kid-friendly.
How to serve?
You can serve it hot, warm or cold and top it with whipped cream, ice cream or fresh fruits to taste.
The package says I should soak it in water overnight. Do I have to do it?
No! Thanks to the Instant Pot, you don’t have to soak the tapioca even for 1 minute. The Instant Pot does all the work!
Do I have to use vanilla extract?
No. This Instant Pot tapioca pudding would still be great without vanilla extract.
Instead of vanilla, you can use orange extract or lemon juice.
Do I have to use a plain milk?
Can I keep it for later use?
Yes. You can keep it for up to 3 days in the fridge.
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How to make Tapioca Pudding
Gather your ingredients:
Mix Tapioca and water inside your Instant Pot. Cook at high pressure for about 7 minutes. Let the steam release naturally for about 10 minutes. Then release the rest of the steam and open the lid.
Add sugar, a pinch of salt, and stir slowly.
Separate the egg yolks
Add milk mixture and cream, while stirring it slowly.
Add vanilla and keep stirring, until you obtain a homogeneous texture.
Keep in mind that your dessert will be firmer when it cools, so that you can choose to serve a smooth hot custard or a firm and cold pudding, as you prefer.
- 2 cups water
- ½ cup tapioca pearls
- 1/4 cup milk
- 1/4 cup heavy cream
- 1/4 cup suger
- pinch of salt
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 2 egg yolks
- Mix tapioca and water inside your Instant Pot.
- Cook at high pressure for about 7 minutes.
- Let the steam release naturally for about 10 minutes. Then release the rest of the steam and open the lid.
- Add sugar, pinch of salt and stir slowly.
- In a small bowl, whisk egg yolks, heavy cream and milk.
- Slowly pour the mixture into your Instant Pot, while stirring constantly.
- Select “Sauté” and cook until it starts to boil, then turn off you Instant Pot.
- Add vanilla and keep stirring, until you obtain a homogeneous texture.
- Keep in mind that your dessert will be firmer when it cools, so that you can choose to serve a smooth hot custard or a firm and cold pudding, as you prefer.