Strawberry Compote In The Instant Pot

Do you love strawberry sauce on your yogurt, ice cream, pancakes, etc and want it simple, few ingredients and no corn syrup? Then this is the recipe for you! It's fast, easy and you control the quality of the ingredients! This recipe makes about 4 cups.

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Servings: 40

Prep Time: 00:05

Cook Time: 00:15

Main Ingredients

2 pounds fresh, organic strawberries, washed and tops removed*

1/4 cup turbinado sugar**

2 ounces orange juice, fresh squeezed is best

1 - 2 drops dōterra ginger essential oil (optional but really good! )


1Place all ingredients except ginger essential oil in the Instant Pot. Secure the lid, close the vent and set on Manual, High Pressure for 1 minute.

2It will take about 10 minutes for pressure to build, then cook for 1 minute

3Natural Pressure release at least 10 minutes before releasing pressure and opening lid.

4Stir and add 1-2 drops of ginger essential oil, if using.

5Store in the refrigerator in a mason jar to use as a topping***

Additional Notes

*You can use 2 pounds of organic, frozen (no sugar added) strawberries, thawed first

**I prefer turbinado sugar because it is created in such a natural manner, with almost no processing, that it is often referred to as “sugar in the raw” or “raw sugar.”

***This compote may seem really runny - don't drain off the liquid as it will thicken in the refrigerator.

Alternatively, blend it in your blender or with an immersion blender to make a syrup.

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