5 Reviews

A very creamy oatmeal with just a hint of sweetness when made as written using only the listed raisins. Using the rice maker for oatmeal was a first for me and while I made as written the light on the one cycle of my rice cooker took 20 minutes to go off. Thanks for the post.

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Debbwl May 06, 2012

First time I've tried oatmeal in the rice cooker. I had to add about 3/4 extra cup of water, but then it was just right.

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jane49423 November 06, 2010

I would really like to use my rice cooker to prepare steel cut oats. I tried this yesterday and it boiled over and made quite a mess!!! I used the 2 cups water & 3/4 cup oats - should have handled it. Any suggestions?

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jngcalvert July 09, 2016

HA! Worked slicker then a whistle! Tossed in some craisins.. yumo!!

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highmtn October 22, 2015

I love this recipe using the rice cooker's delay timer... put all of the ingredients in the night before, set the timer, and wake up to warm oatmeal.

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Dan S. February 20, 2015
Rice Cooker Steel Cut Oatmeal