This is a game-changer right here!~ Hey everyone, welcome to Home Pressure Cooking, where here you will find a never-ending experiment testing lab. 🙂 Be happy I am your guinea pig. Today I am sharing cheeseburger tortilla pie in the Instant Pot. Most of us have heard of the Bisquick cheeseburger pie recipe that has been on the back of the box for years. It really is soooo yesterday and not even that good truthfully. This recipe of cheeseburger tortilla pie has it all over it. Even my husband couldn’t believe how good this was. My teenager thought I was the rock star of all Moms. I’ll take it, even if only for the 5 minutes it took him to devour half the pie. I recommend making two of these if you have teens in the house.

For this recipe, you will need 1 1b. of ground beef, hamburger dill pickles, shredded sharp cheese, flour tortilla shells, seasoning, ranch dressing, onion, ketchup, mustard, lettuce, and tomatoes are optional.

For making this recipe in the Instant Pot you will also need a 7-inch springform pan.

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This cheeseburger pie only takes about 5 minutes prep and a total of 12 minutes cooking time.
That does not include the time it takes to saute the hamburger, which is about 5-6 minutes.

Absolutely delish. I hope you try it out and let me know. Enjoy. You can make a low-calorie version using ground turkey and low-fat cheese.

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Cheeseburger Tortilla Pie

Cook Time 12 mins
Natural Pressure Release 2 mins


  • 1 lb. ground hamburger. Lean preferably
  • 5 flour tortilla shells
  • Hamburger cut dill pickles
  • sharp shredded cheddar cheese
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • ketchup and mustard
  • tomato and lettuce for topping
  • ranch dressing
  • onion to taste ( I cut one small onion)


  • First saute your hamburger, onion, salt, and pepper. Brown completely. Drain excess grease and remove it from the pot.
  • Using a Springform pan, first lightly spray the bottom. Set your first tortilla down. Add hamburger combination, shredded cheese, and pickle, ketchup, and mustard to taste. I just did a light squirt on top.
  • Continue to layer until you get to the top. (You may also add ketchup and mustard to your meat now if you wish, to add flavor.)
  • Add one cup of water to the pot. Set pan on the trivet and lower down into the pot.
  • Set on High-Pressure Manual for 12 minutes with a 2-minute natural release.
  • Quick-release the remaining pressure and carefully remove the trivet and pan from the pot. Sit to cool for a minute or two.
  • Serve with lettuce and tomato on top and a little ranch dressing. Enjoy!

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