Quick and Easy Swedish Meatballs made in your Pressure Cooker! This Easy Swedish Meatball Recipe is made in an Instant Pot for a hands off dinner. You will cook your meatballs, egg noodles and gravy all in the pressure cooker for a one pot meal!
Pressure Cooker Swedish Meatballs
Our family LOVES Swedish Meatballs and I typically make them in my Crock Pot, but I decided it was time to convert that recipe to my favorite pressure cooker so I could make them quickly when I didn’t plan ahead!
Like that ever happens, right?!
My mom passed this original recipe down to me and it’s become one of our favorite meals. One of my kids likes the meatballs, one kid likes the noodles and one kid isn’t picky. I love it when a meal has everything to please everyone.
I just throw some peas or a side salad with the Swedish Meatballs and it’s a quick and easy meal and I usually have everything on hand. I always try to keep a bag of frozen meatballs in the freezer for crazy nights when I just don’t know what else to make.
What is special about Swedish meatballs?
THAT is a great question! IKEA is an affordable furniture, kitchen appliance store. Almost every college kid’s dorm is outfitted from IKEA. They carry everything from desks to glassware and oh by the way… a cafeteria where they are famous for their … Swedish Meatballs!
If you have never ate at IKEA, do that next time you visit! It’s affordable and delicious!
Easy Swedish Meatballs
How do you make Swedish meatball sauce?
My easy Swedish meatball recipe uses quick and easy pantry shortcuts. This sauce is made with canned soup, beef broth and a packet of brown gravy mix!
If you are looking for traditional Swedish Meatballs try that recipe!
Grocery List for Easy Swedish Meatball Recipe
- cream of mushroom soup
- golden mushroom soup
- beef broth
- envelope brown gravy mix
- egg noodles
- frozen meatballs
- sour cream
Do you have to cook meatballs before putting them in an Instant Pot?
No, not at all – that’s the beauty of this super easy recipe! No need to cook or unthaw the meatballs first.
How long does it take to cook frozen meatballs in the Pressure Cooker?
Just minutes! After coming to pressure it only takes eight minutes to cook the meatballs and for this whole recipe to come to pressure!
Easy Swedish Meatball Recipe
What are Swedish meatballs served with?
These meatballs are traditionally served with mashed potatoes and a creamy sauce. The beauty of this recipe is that Pressure Cooker Swedish Meatballs are all cooked together. This is a quick and easy one pot meal!
How to make Pressure Cooker Swedish Meatballs
- Combine the soups, broth, gravy mix and water in the pressure cooker.
- Whisk together gravy ingredients until combined.
- Stir in egg noodles and meatballs.
- Seal the Instant Pot and close vent.
- Set to high pressure for 8 minutes.
- Quick release pressure when the alarm goes off.
- Stir in sour cream until combined.
More great meatball recipes!
- No Pressure cooker? No problem! Crock Pot Swedish Meatballs
- Pressure Cooker Grape Jelly Meatballs
- Slow Cooker Italian Meatballs
- Cranberry Pinot Noir Meatballs
- Pressure Cooker Sweet BBQ Meatballs
- Pressure Cooker Hamburger Stroganoff
- Meatballs and Gravy
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- 1 can cream of mushroom soup 10.75 oz
- 1 can golden mushroom soup 10.75 oz
- 1 can low sodium beef broth 14 oz
- 1 envelope brown gravy mix .87 oz
- 2 c. water
- 3 c. egg noodles dry
- 24 oz frozen meatballs
- 1 c. sour cream
- In the pressure cooker combine the soups, broth, gravy mix and water. Whisk together until combined. Stir in egg noodles and meatballs.
- Place lid on Instant Pot and make sure vent is sealed.
- Set to high pressure for 8 minutes. Quick release pressure.
- Stir in sour cream until combined.