Instant Pot Tootsie Rolls
Do you remember the joy of unwrapping a sweet Tootsie Roll? The chocolate flavor, the chewy texture, the iconic shape – what’s not to love? Now you can make this beloved classic in your own kitchen. It’s surprisingly simple and fast if you have an Instant Pot. With just four ingredients and a few steps, you can make a delicious batch of homemade Instant Pot Tootsie Rolls – ideal for special occasions, or even just as an easy and tasty treat! Get ready to be amazed at just how easy it is to whip up this fun candy treat — I’ll walk you through the process and you’ll be dancing with joy at the taste of your homemade Tootsie Rolls.
Just a few basic pantry ingredients are all you need to make homemade Tootsie Rolls in your pressure cooker.
Instant Pot Tootsie Roll
You will love these tasty Tootsie Rolls. Slice into long logs or do midget size rolls. The choice is up to you! I wanted to do smaller sized ones, and I used parchment paper to wrap each of my rolls.
Are Tootsie Rolls Made Of Real Chocolate
You will use milk chocolate and white chocolate chips together for this recipe. Then the mix of honey truly combines all the flavors to make it a chewy Tootsie Roll! Trust me, I know it sounds crazy but it works really well!
Can I Make These Ahead Of Time
Absolutely! You need to allow the Tootsie Rolls to set up in the fridge, so making them in advance is a great idea. You need to factor in all the time you need for making, setting up, and then rolling each candy.
You can then keep each candy wrapped in parchment or even wax paper. This will help them to stay fresh and not stick together.
Is This A Chewy Recipe
Yes, you will find these candy Tootsies do offer a bit of a chew just like the classic recipe. Similar to a caramel, but a bit chewier in this texture.
Best Way To Store
This is up to you. Feel free to store on the counter wrapped individually or place them in the fridge. You will find storing the candies in the fridge will have a harder texture than storing them on the counter.
Variations To Tootsie Rolls Instant Pot Recipe
Feel free to add in a flavored extract to change up the flavor. Orange or even raspberry would be an amazing combination next to the sweet chocolate.
You can also chop up nuts really small and mix them in if you want a bit more of a crunch factor to your tootsie rolls.
Can I Double This Recipe
Absolutely! Feel free to double the recipe if you want to make a bunch. These are great to make for everyday snacking or even a fun dessert to serve up at the holidays.
Feel free to make as much as you would like, as long as you follow the max fill line on your Instant Pot.
So, if you are a fan of the classic chocolate candy, don’t wait and make these today. You might have all the items you need in your pantry and fridge. Let me know how you like this Instant Pot candy recipe!
It really was a home run for my kids and husband. They loved them! We will be snacking on these for a few days, this recipe makes quite a few Tootsie Rolls!
For another amazing instant pot recipe, try out my delicious Instant Pot Creme Brulee, it is delicious! Or how about the most delicious Instant Pot Pineapple Upside Down Bites. Since you clearly like to make fun things in your instant pot, make sure you also try my world famous instant pot apple pie moonshine.
Instant Pot Tootsie Rolls
Did you know you can make Tootsie Rolls at home? Try out my Instant Pot Tootsie Roll recipe today for that classic candy you know and love.
- 2 Cups Milk Chocolate or Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips*
- 1/2 Cup Honey
- 1/4 Cup Heavy Cream
- 1/2 Cup White Chocolate Chips
- 1 Tsp Vanilla Extract
- Add chocolate chips, honey, and heavy cream into your pot
- Cover with the lid, set to vent, and set to SLOW COOKER, (High) for 60 minutes. (You can also use a glass lid)
- When done, remove the lid and add in the white chocolate chips and vanilla.
- Turn the pot to saute. Start to stir really well with a spatula continuously while on saute.
- Keep stirring until all of the chips have completely melted and you have a nice smooth consistency.
- Line an 8 X 8 pan with parchment paper. I used clips to hold my parchment paper in place for safer pouring.
- Pour melted mixture into your pan. Let cool on the counter for 1 hour.
- Once cool, cut into 1 inch thick rows. Than cut each 1 inch row into 1/2 inch thick pieces.
- Wrap each piece in a square of parchment paper.
*Since supplies are tight right now, I used a combination of both milk chocolate and semi sweet chocolate chips. Still delish!
I can not take any credit for this incredible recipe idea, it is posted on All Recipes and caught my attention. I have made a couple of changes to the recipe based on my own personal experience. The results were amazing!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 80Total Fat: 4gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 4mgSodium: 9mgCarbohydrates: 10gFiber: 0gSugar: 10gProtein: 1g
Could this be done in the foodi, or a regular slow cooker ?
Yes it can definitely be done in your Foodi
What setting would you use in the foodi?
You would use the slow cooker button on your Foodi
Do you use the slow cooker lid or the standard IP lid?
The regular lid
Hi. I was wondering if I could do 2 1/2 cups of white chocolate chips to make vanilla tootsie rolls?
While I have not tried it, my best guess is yes! I would love to hear about your results
I was thinking the same thing because they sell Frozen “chips” that are blue and white swirl! Could look like vanilla.
I don’t have heavy cream right now but I do have half and half. Would that work?
I am honestly not sure.
Mint Chocolate Chips would be Good – with the Andee’s Pieces !
Can you just use chocolate chips instead of the white? I really dislike white “chocolate”.
I think you should be fine. I would love to hear your results
Can I use sugar free chocolates and get the same result? Thanks.
Yes as long as they melt down it should be fine.
I made these the other day and had one problem; they wouldn’t set up just cooling on the counter for a few hours. I put them in the refrigerator a couple hours and then they were not too sticky to handle. I followed the recipe instructions but I make a couple substitutions. I used Hershey kisses for the milk chocolate and Nestle semi-sweet chocolate chips for the white chocolate. Since I had no regular cream I used Silk dairy free heavy whipping cream alternative. Do you think I did something wrong or the substitutions caused the problem? THANK YOU!
I am not so sure. I feel like possibly the silk dairy free heavy whipping cream may have caused it. I am so sorry but my best suggestion would be to try again using regular heavy cream. I think the replacements on the chocolate were probably fine.