Apple Cinnamon Crock Pot Steel Cut Oatmeal

Apple Cinnamon Raisin Crock Pot Steel Cut Oatmeal | www.theroastedroot.net

Happy New Year! Welcome, 2014!

It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day! How are you feeling? Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed? Full of good habits and self-fulfilling resolutions? Or did those get lost somewhere between G&T #1 and Dark and Stormy #10? It’s okay, we have 364 days to recover all the good habits and all the resolutions.

Apple Cinnamon Raisin Crock Pot Steel Cut Oatmeal | www.theroastedroot.net

Today, I’m guest posting over at Stephie CooksHead over there to read my post on Apple Cinnamon Crock Pot Steel Cut Oatmeal, or see the recipe below!

Apple Cinnamon Raisin Crock Pot Steel Cut Oatmeal | www.theroastedroot.net

Apple Cinnamon Crock Pot Steel Cut Oatmeal

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 8 hours
Total Time: 8 hours 10 minutes
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Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Add all of the ingredients to a crock pot and stir well.
  2. Place crock pot on the low setting for 7 to 9 hours, until the liquid has been absorbed.
  3. If possible, stir the oatmeal part of the way through, but this isn’t mandatory. You can set it and forget it and wake up to a house filled with delicious apple cinnamon oatmeal smell.
  4. Serve generous portions of oatmeal with your sweetener of choice (honey or pure maple syrup recommended), almond milk, coconut milk, or regular milk, plus additional raisins and walnuts.

 

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  1. Julie

    This is our Sunday breakfast this weekend, for sure! I just love you. Aren’t Stephie’s boot cuffs cute? She amazes me, and I made her. 🙂 Miracles do happen for sure! Here’s to hoping that I get to make you breakfast in person in 2014. Have a fabulous rest of your week, my dear.

  2. Dearna @tohercore

    I actually woke up bright eyed and bushy tailed after New Years eve – I think a week of festivities caught up with me so I was quite well behaved NYE! Even without the hangover though Im always in the mood for oats, so heading over now to check out your recipe 🙂 Happy New Year!

  3. Debra

    One resolution was to clean out the pantry—it is always a mess. I found some steel cut oats in the bottom. Another resolution? Use them! Happy New Year!

    1. Julia Post author

      Stephie is one amazing gal. I tried crocheting once and didn’t last but 10 minutes. The cuffs are all adorable and super cozy. You’ll love the oatmeal! Let me know if you try it! 🙂

  4. Julie

    Ok. Here’s a real question. I’m planning on this for our breakfast Sunday. We’ll get up around 7:30 for church, but I’m a light weight as far as staying up late, so it’s 10:30 PM when we turn out the light (at the latest). That’s right at 9 hours. If it goes a little over, is that a big deal, or should I make it the day before and then re-heat it? Thoughts??

    1. Julia Post author

      You should be fine, but maybe add a little extra liquid. Mine came out pretty thick, so I’d go liberal on the liquid and you’ll be good to go. Yaaay, I’m glad you’re making this! 🙂

  5. Heather @ The Soulful Spoon

    This looks AMAZING. I just found your blog today and I’m hooked! I adore oatmeal, so of course, checked out your oatmeal recipes first:) I just adore your style of blogging and your tastes in food.I can’t wait to see what’s up next! You’re very talented:)

    1. Julia Post author

      Hi there! I’ve never tested the recipe using quick cook. My guess is you’d be better off making the recipe on the stove top with the quick cook versus the crock pot. Let me know if you try either method!

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