Wondering how to make Steel Cut Oats? I've got instructions for making these in the Instant Pot, Crockpot, and right on the stove top. This healthy breakfast recipe is filling and full of whole grains! Can be made with apples, bananas, blueberries, and more.
Spray or grease the Instant Pot insert with oil. Make sure to grease both the bottom and sides to prevent the oatmeal from sticking to the pan.
Add oats, almond milk, salt, and water to the pot and mix well. Close the lid and turn the pressure release valve to sealing.
Using the manual function, cook the oatmeal on high pressure for 12 minutes. Let the pressure release naturally.
Remove the lid and stir the oatmeal. Let the oatmeal cool for 5-10 minutes. The oatmeal will thicken as it cools. Top with your favorite toppings and serve.
Crockpot Steel Cut Oats
Grease the slow cooker insert with oil, including the bottom and sides.
Combine the oats, almond milk, water, and salt in the slow cooker.
Add the lid and cook for 2-3 hours on high or 5-6 hours on low.
Remove the lid and stir. Serve and top with your favorite toppings.
Stove Top Steel Cut Oats
In a large sauce pan bring the water, almond milk, and coconut oil to a boil on the stove. When the liquid is boiling add in the steel cut oats, maple syrup, and salt.
Reduce the heat to medium-low and allow the oatmeal to simmer for 25-30 minutes, stirring occasionally until the oats are thick and no longer crunchy. I like to place a wooden spoon over the top of the pan to prevent the oatmeal from boiling over.
Remove the oatmeal from heat and let cool for 5-10 minutes. Serve with your favorite toppings.
Weight Watchers: 4 Blue Plan Points | 4 Green Plan Points | 1 Purple Plan Point21 Day Fix/Ultimate Portion Fix: 1 yellow container, 1/4 sweetener teaspoon per serving for the base recipe.2B Mindset: This is a great FFC breakfast when paired with 50% of your plate as protein.