Even when you’re watching carbs, you can get that Mexican Food fix with these Low-Carb Mexican Food Dinners to Make in the Instant Pot! There are 12 amazing Mexican Food Dinners here, and a few of these have slow cooker options as well.
PIN Low-Carb Mexican Food Dinners to try some later!
I know some people are always looking for a good excuse to make Mexican food! And this round-up has Low-Carb Mexican Food Dinners in the Instant Pot so if you’re a Mexican food fan who tries to eat low-carb, you’ll definitely find some tasty ideas here!
I think some of the best Instant Pot recipes on my main blog Kalyn’s Kitchen are the ones with Mexican flavors, so I’ve included quite a few of my own recipes in this round-up. And the ones from other blogs are all dishes I would love to try as well. I say, let’s have more Mexican food for dinner, what do you think about that?
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More Low-Carb Mexican Food Options:
If you’re a Mexican food lover you might want to also check out Food Bloggers’ BEST Instant Pot Chicken Tacos, Instant Pot Pork Carnitas, Instant Pot Mexican Shredded Beef, or Instant Pot Green Chile Pork Recipes. All those round-ups have roundups with tasty ideas for Mexican food, and many are low in carbs or can easily be made low-carb with minor adjustments.
This Instant Pot Salsa Chicken from Kalyn’s Kitchen was inspired by the Slow Cooker Salsa Chicken that’s been so hugely popular on my blog! I love this recipe for a quick and easy dinner.
I’m sure you’ve heard of Crack Chicken, but this Instant Pot Keto Crack Chicken, Mexican Style from Pastry Chef Online goes in a whole different direction, and I think this sounds amazing!
Green Chile Shredded Beef Cabbage Bowl from Kalyn’s Kitchen can be made in the slow cooker or the Instant Pot, but please don’t skip the tasty avocado salsa! And I love plenty of Green Tabasco Sauce on mine as well.
Chile Verde is always one of my favorites to order in a Mexican Restaurant, and this Instant Pot Keto Chile Verde from Beauty and the Foodie sounds so great.
The spicy meat from this Instant Pot Southwestern Pot Roast from Kalyn’s Kitchen is perfect to use in low-carb tortillas for tacos or burritos, or eat it plain if you prefer. There’s also a recipe for Slow Cooker Southwestern Pot Roast if you prefer that method!
Instant Pot Brisket Taco Bowls from 40 Aprons use cauliflower rice, and this dish has so many good flavors going on! And these taco bowls are also Paleo and Whole 30 approved.
This Green Chile Pork Taco Bowl from Kalyn’s Kitchen also has instructions for making the spicy pork in the slow cooker if you prefer. And as you can see, I like this with plenty of grated cheese and sour cream, but you can omit those if you want to save some carbs.
Instant Pot Chicken Burrito Bowls from Detoxinista also use cauliflower rice, and this recipe is low-carb and Whole 30. And it’s all cooked in one pot, using the “pot in pot” method; I am intrigued!
Anyone who likes Green Chile Chicken is going to love this Green Chile Chicken Burrito Bowl from Kalyn’s Kitchen! I’m a huge fan of the tomato-avocado salsa used here, but use any toppings you’d like for the tasty chicken burrito bowl!
These Instant Pot Carnitas from Low-Carb with Jennifer are crisped under the broiler when they come out of the Instant Pot. Of course you can use this meat to make amazing pork tacos, but Jennifer has lots of other good ideas in the post for using the tasty pork!
Spicy Shredded Beef Street Tacos from Kalyn’s Kitchen use fun low-carb tortillas that are street taco size!
And finally, Instant Pot Pork Chops Fajitas from 365 Days of Slow + Pressure Cooking sound like a tasty idea for using pork chops, and there’s also a slow cooker option for this recipe.
More Low-Carb Instant Pot Dinners:
- 50 AMAZING Low-Carb Instant Pot Dinners
- Low-Carb and Keto Instant Pot Dinners with Chicken
- Low-Carb and Keto Instant Pot Dinners with Ground Beef
Hey, Kalyn! Happy New Year! Mexican food is one of my favorites, so I’ll be trying a lot of these recipes. Thanks very much for including my IP Mexican Crack Chicken, too. I appreciate it and I hope your readers enjoy it!
My pleasure Jenni; that recipe looks AMAZING! Happy New Year to you too!