I found another recipe for Steel Cut Oatmeal on the web. Made some adjustments, and it's delicious!
- Spray inside of crock pot with non-stick spray (I use canola).
- Add all ingredients to crock pot (may add raisins and/or cranberries in the morning - depending on texture preference.
- Turn to low setting.
- Cook for 8-9 hours (turn on last thing before bedtime).
I love steel oats, and I really love that this recipe made it so easy to have breakfast ready when we woke up - since the coffee maker is on auto too it was so nice to just dish it out. It's gettng cooler around here now so this was a wonderful wake-up call. After reading some of the post about clean up, I chose to use a "crock-pot liner bag" which made it a breeze. Then followed the directions with the exceptions of the cranberries and raisins (don't like either) when we got up I did add some frozen blueberries from our garden harvest and left them to sit until they thawed in the hot oats. So easy and so good, I know this will end up being a winter stable.
This was our 1st taste of steel cut oats and the whole family loved them. I enjoyed waking up to a hot, wholesome breakfast. I will make again but next time will add the raisins (we didn't use dried cranberries this time) in the morning. Cooking all night they became like swollen water balloons - my husband liked them, the kids and I didn't, just a texture thing. Glad we ran across this recipe - thanks for sharing.
i did not like the bland taste of this nor the clean up.....but thank you for posting the recipe....