Slow Cooker Steel-Cut Oatmeal Recipe



If you are a looking for a easy and delicious slow cooker oatmeal recipe, this one is the one for you. Easily customizable to fit everyone in your household’s oatmeal tastes. I used Bob’s Red Mill Steel Cut Oats. Do not try to use quick oats or any other kind of oats. Only steel cut will work for a slow cooker recipe. Believe me, I tried it before! Purchase from Amazon or via VitaCost ($10 off $10 coupon).

Not only is this delicious, steel-cut oats are much healthier. Rolled oats are produced by mashing the oat groat into a thin sheet, which breaks down the fiber. Steel-cut oats are simply cut into two or three pieces. Thus, they take longer to digest than rolled oats because they are more complex and have less factory processing.

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3 responses to “Slow Cooker Steel-Cut Oatmeal Recipe”

  1. We love oatmeal in out family! It’s our favorite breakfast every morning for the last 3 years.
    Always made fresh every morning, as id doesnt take long to cook.

    I will give it a try with cooking in a slow cooker. Probably will have a better texture with steel-cut oats. Thanks for the recipe, Briana!

  2. Can’t wait to try this!! I purchased some Steel Cut Oats about a month ago, but since it does take longer to cook them, I’ve only made the oatmeal once. THANKS for sharing this!!

  3. My family loves this with dried cherries and a splash of almond extract. I add some brown sugar too!