The Paleo diet, or Stone-age diet as it is often called, calls for us to take our diets back in time to when we ate only fresh, non-processed foods.
No one can doubt the positive effect this can have on our bodies, but is it restrictive? Well, only if you lack imagination!
Today, we will introduce you to 15 totally delicious Paleo instant Pot Pineapple Pork Recipes!
Awesome Paleo Instant Pot Pineapple Pork Recipes
Want to know more before we move on? No problem! Check out the calorie count and preparation time of each of the recipes on our list! While some do not disclose calories, they are all paleo-friendly and healthy!
|Instant Pot Spiced Pineapple Pork
|Instant Pot Pineapple Pork Chops
|Slow Cooker Pineapple Pork: Whole30, Paleo, Gluten-Free
|Easy Pineapple Pulled Pork
|Instant Pot Pineapple Pulled Pork (Paleo, Whole30)
|Paleo/Whole30 friendly (N/A)
|Instant Pot Whole30 Pulled Pork With Dry Rub (Paleo)
|Paleo Pineapple Pork
|BBQ Pineapple Pulled Pork
|Instant Pot Spicy Pineapple Pork
|Pressure Cooker Sweet And Sour Pork
Pork is not exactly the tastiest meat of all time, and for many people, it is their least favorite meat unless you have an instant pot that is.
Slow-cooking pork is the best way to get it juicy and tender. Add in some pineapple and you have gold!
But, with this recipe, spicing it makes it even better. Adjust the spice level to your liking, not all of us like spice after all.
For this recipe we use serrano peppers, if you don’t like it hot, take the seeds out before you add them in.
This delicious dish is one of the fastest there is. It is super easy to make.
Using pineapple, pork chops, onions, garlic, and coconut aminos with some broth, you can make a delicious dish.
The best bit of this dish is that once it has stopped cooking and is ready to serve, you have a thick and delicious sauce to serve with the pork!
This recipe asks you to use boneless pork loin which needs to have the fat trimmed off. While fat does aid in tenderness, we want this to be as healthy as possible, and pork fat never has a nice mouth feel anyway.
You make this using minced garlic, coconut aminos, spices, and arrowroot flour to thicken.
This is done in a slow cooker crock pot.
If you happen to have a Dutch oven at home, this recipe is for you. Although, it can be adapted for a crock pot or instant pot.
The total time to cook this dish is 3:15 hours, so you will need some patience, but the results of this cook are absolutely delicious!
You will also be using a pork shoulder cut if you use this recipe.
If you do not feel like cooking for hours, this dish has a total cook time of 1:10 hours. It is made using a pork butt and uses apple juice (freshly squeezed is best), garlic, sweet onion, and fresh pineapple.
All made using an instant pot, you cannot go wrong.
Nothing quite beats a dry rub on pork, adding in extra flavor and making a delicious pulled pork dish. You can repurpose the dry rub after use as well.
If you use a cut of pork with the bone for this dish, cut the meat around the bone and add in the bone to the pot for flavor.
The spices used in this dish will include paprika, garlic powder, cumin, onion powder, chili powder, cayenne, and black pepper. It also uses Dijon mustard.
This pork is absolutely gorgeous to eat straight from the instant pot, but you can easily mix it with some coconut aminos and some chili sauce (if you make your own) for some extra flavor.
Use fresh pineapple for this with some coconut oil and you can make a delicious dish.
This dish is great to have on hand as it is high in protein, and can be so easy to do. When it goes into the instant pot with the juices from the pineapple it comes out savory, succulent and sweet.
If you can make yourself some BBQ sauce, it will make it even better!
This recipe is a version of the first on our list, however, this just goes to show how you can get inventive and creative with these dishes and make them your own. However, it does have a much longer cook time.
The first on our list has a total cook time of 1:20 hours, whereas this is 4:20 hours.
That being said, this does make a stew, and stews take time but are perfect for cold winter weather.
This amazingly sweet and sour pork only takes 25 minutes to make, so is ideal for those who live busy lives.
It has a low carb count at only 42 grams, with 25 grams of protein, and will serve 4 if you follow the recipe exactly!
This is your traditional Instant Pot Pork Butt dish, although it does work best served with sweet potato.
It does not need a BBQ sauce, but if you can make one it works deliciously. Alternatively, serve it wrapped in lettuce for a unique and tasty snack!
Making Hawaiian pulled pork is as easy as you might think. With pineapple juice and a homemade sauce, you can craft a delicious dish.
However, feel free to use alternatives for some of the ingredients if you wish to do so. For this recipe, you will need to have measuring spoons and cups, a very sharp knife, and an instant pot at home.
If you enjoy spice, this is a good dish for you. This dish also makes use of magic mushroom powder but if you use Diamond Crystal Kosher salt instead this can also work.
You should always use fresh pineapple instead of canned pineapple as well for better flavor.
When choosing a choking fat, consider coconut oil as an ideal option for this dish.
Another quick cook, this dish will only take you 80 minutes, and for a dish that makes up most of a meal, it is only 355 calories, which is much better than most people’s diets.
You will need 10 ingredients and there are 20 minutes of prep with an hour of cooking. For the spice use serrano peppers.
This is a brilliant option for a pulled pork recipe. It is recommended that if you want some crispy pork, however, crisp it up in a frying pan after cooking but make sure you do not overdo it.
This recipe includes pineapple, lime juice, onion, avocado oil, paprika, apple cider, garlic powder, and pork shoulder.
Remember that as you are cooking it is always worthwhile to make your own changes, add in your favorite ingredients and substitute ones you are not so keen on. Doing so can help you make a dish of your own.
These instant pot pineapple pork recipes are a great way for you to enjoy pork, a notoriously otherwise tough meat.
Make sure that you prepare the meat properly and season and sauce it correctly to really get the best out of this meat.
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