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Creamy, Dreamy Instant Pot Tapioca Pudding

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We love tapioca pudding. It’s just that something that’s a bit more special. It can take a while to make the traditional way, so, I had to figure out a way to make it in my Instant Pot, of course!

Other than the tapioca, you will have everything you need right on hand so it couldn’t be easier.

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Quick, tasty, and wholesome, this Instant Pot tapioca pudding will be a family favorite in your home, too.

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For this recipe you will need:

Begin by rinsing the tapioca in cold water using a sieve for about 45 seconds.

Next, put the rinsed tapioca and water into the Instant Pot. Close the valve and choose the Rice setting for 7 minutes.

When the 7 minutes are complete, Turn off the pot and allow to sit for 12 minutes.

Next, whisk in sugar and salt.

In a separate bowl, mix together the milk and eggs. Then, pour into the Instant Pot. Turn on sauté and cook, stirring constantly until mixture begins to come to a boil.

Remove from heat and stir in vanilla.

Transfer to separate dishes or to one larger dessert bowl and allow to cool for at least two hours before serving.

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