Do you love your Instant Pot but get tired of standing over it, completing lots of steps to make your meal? After all, your Instant Pot is supposed to make life easier, right? Well, here are 16 yummy Instant Pot Dump and Dash Soup Recipes that don’t require the extra steps.
For most recipes on our list, there’s no sauteeing, no venting, and opening the pot to do this or that before turning it on to cook again, etc. Just dump in your ingredients, let them cook, and serve a delicious soup to your family fast.
Even better, these are all healthy Instant pot dump recipes. Check them out below!
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16 Easy Instant Pot Dump Soup Recipes
Instant Pot Chicken Taco Soup from The Inspiration Edit:
Our taco soup is a delicious option that the whole family will love, even if your kiddos don’t usually like soup. If you want to make this a true dump and dash recipe, either use some rotisserie chicken that’s already cooked or leftover shredded chicken. You can even skip cooking the chicken beforehand; it’ll cook along with the other ingredients, but you’ll need to use forks to shred it in the soup once it’s done, which can get a little messy, but it’s doable.
Instant Pot Chicken Gnocchi Soup from The Inspiration Edit:
Our tasty, creamy Chicken Gnocchi soup only requires 1-2 minutes of sauteeing the onions, veggies, and spices before you dump the rest of the ingredients and let it cook. It’s so easy and will quickly become a family favorite.
Instant Pot Vegetable Soup from The Inspiration Edit:
Everyone needs a hearty veggie soup for those chilly fall and winter months. There’s just something comforting about big chunks of veggies in a broth that makes everything feel okay. It’s also a very frugal recipe, so you’ll want to make a big batch and freeze some for later!
Instant Pot Ham and White Bean Soup from The Inspiration Edit:
You can saute the onions before making this soup, but it’s not required. You don’t even have to soak the beans before cooking them, which is such a time saver. This dish comes together in a little over an hour and a half and is such a filling meal when paired with some cornbread on the side.
Carrot Soup from Piping Pot Curry:
In just 30 minutes, you can make this creamy and delicious carrot soup with ginger and coconut milk. It’s vegan, gluten-free, and oil-free, so it’s great for almost any diet. It’s a terrific meal prep soup because it freezes beautifully. Pair it with a nice grilled cheese sandwich!
Moroccan Chickpea Stew Soup by Recipes from a Pantry:
This dump and go chickpea stew is so easy to pull together. It’s chock full of chickpeas, veggies, and spices. And the best part of all is that it’s zero WW points! So if you’re watching your weight and looking for a hearty soup or your lunches or dinners, give this one a try.
Bean Bacon Soup from Instant Pot Cooking:
Here’s another super simple bean soup that uses canned beans rather than dried ones. It can be ready in as little as 18 minutes, but cooking it until about 35 minutes yields the best flavor.
Split Pea Soup from Savory Tooth:
This tasty split pea soup can be made with ham or without, so you can make it vegetarian or vegan-friendly if you’d like. This soup is thick and creamy, kind of like potato soup. It gets even thicker as it cools, so if yours seems a little thin at first, no worries, as it will get thicker. Serve with crusty bread or crackers.
Tomato Soup by Recipes from a Pantry:
Nothing beats creamy tomato soup with a grilled cheese sandwich. However, making tomato soup yourself is way tastier than using the canned stuff. It’s only 2 Freestyle WW Points (or zero, if you don’t use the almond butter), so it’s friendly for almost every diet.
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Mexican Chicken Soup from Low Carb Yum:
You only need four simple ingredients to make this dump and dash keto-friendly Mexican Chicken Soup. Add the chicken, salsa, broth, and cheese, and just let it cook. It’s that simple! Serve with a nice salad or some roasted broccoli on the side.
Pumpkin Soup by Recipes from a Pantry:
As soon as fall arrives, it’s time to make pumpkin everything! That means pumpkin soup, too. This impressive 1-point soup is ready in about 20 minutes. It’s warm, flavorful, and just perfect for autumn.
Chicken Tortilla Soup from Lemons and Zest:
Here’s another yummy chicken recipe that’s perfect for those nights when you forgot to plan for dinner. You can make it thin and soupy or a little thicker like a stew if you prefer. It’s chock full of chicken, veggies, and spices for a flavorful, comforting bowl of soup that’ll fill you up.
Sweet Potato Soup from Two Healthy Kitchens:
The story that goes along with this sweet potato soup is fascinating, so I suggest you give it a read if you have the time. But even if you don’t, you’ll want to print it out. It makes a fantastic first course for Thanksgiving and holiday meals. It’s freezable, and you can make it ahead of time. The rich, creamy soup is savory with just a hint of sweetness that’s spiced with ginger, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Swapping the heavy cream with evaporated milk and a little half-and-half makes the soup lighter.
Sweet Potato Tortilla Soup from Pinch of Yum:
Pop the ingredients for this Mexican-flavored soup into your Instant Pot and go. It’s limey, spicy, smoky, and so good. Top with tortilla strips and serve with chunks of avocado and your favorite Mexican toppings.
Thai Corn Zucchini Soup from Instant Pot Eats:
While you don’t often make soups in the summer, this one is best when you can get fresh corn and zucchini. Don’t let that stop you from making it year-round, though. Although this recipe does require a little sauteeing, it’s only for 30-60 seconds, and it’s a dump-and-go recipe from there until you add the finishing ingredients once it’s cooked.
Potato Soup from Clean Eating Kitchen:
This is a healthy potato soup, which is nice for a change when so many potato soups are full of heavy cream. This version is made with coconut milk, so it’s dairy-free and can be made vegan by omitting the bacon crumbles on top.
Pin this list of Instant Pot Dump and Dash Soup Recipes to make any time you need a warm, comforting meal in a flash.
About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has studied nutrition for children and has also taught cooking skills to adults. Angela loves to share family meals and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!