Best Steel Cut Oats Crock Pot Recipe

"I found another recipe for Steel Cut Oatmeal on the web. Made some adjustments, and it's delicious!"
 
Best Steel Cut Oats Crock Pot Recipe created by Bonnie G 2
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8hrs 5mins
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  • 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).
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  1. jorector
    I made with dates and apples. Half the cinnamon. It flavor was alright, texture was mushy. I would try again not cooking overnight.
     
  2. OldSouthernGal
    i did not like the bland taste of this nor the clean up.....but thank you for posting the recipe....
     
  3. lopiekitty
    I am going to be generous here and give this one 2 stars (sorry). I put them on at night before bed and got up EARLY to check them (5 a.m.) and they were way to smushy and overcooked.....IF you like your steel cut oats that way then bless ya.....I prefer mine with more of a "chew". I will pass on this recipe and try something new until I get it perfect.
     
  4. Chef_Melyssa
    Followed the recipe exactly and it turned out bad! Very sticky and overcooked!
     
  5. Vyxies Kitchen
    I make this very frequently. It is my go-to food for Sunday morning breakfast. It is so nice to be able to wake up and dish the oats out in the morning not having to mess with fixing something before church. It works perfectly fine using non-dairy milks like almond, soy or coconut milk. I usually add more cinnamon than usual out of preference. I have also made this using chocolate almond milk, which my kids thought was a special treat. Thanks for the awesome recipe!
     
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