Overnight Cinnamon Apple Oatmeal

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I have made this twice this week and I had it for breakfast and lunch today!  Yeah, this is good.  My favorite part about the recipe was to be able to dump it in the night before and quickly serve it as we are running out the door.  It is also nice because my hubby leaves pretty early, so he is able to grab some before he leaves!   This is so yummy!

Rating: 4 stars  Difficulty of Recipe: 1 star
Things that I changed:  Make sure that you buy steal cut oats.  Nobody at the store knew the difference so just recommended to me the old fashioned oats.  It will turn our mushy if you don’t use the steal cut oats. 
Things that I would do differently next time: Nothing
Recipe from: All Recipes

1 Cup Steal Cut Oats
4 Cups Liquid (I split between almond milk and water.)
2 Tsp Cinnamon
1 Apple (Chopped)
1/4 cup raisins (Optional)
Stevia or Sugar to taste

1. Put Apple, cinnamon, & Raisins in the slow cooker.  
2. Then add one cup of steal oats.
3. Pour the 4 cups of liquid into the slow cooker.
4. Cover and set to low to cook for 7 hours.

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    • says

      I tried to look and it didn’t say an exact size on it! I didn’t use my big one that I use most of the time, I used one size smaller. Sorry this probably isn’t much help! :/ Let me know if you make them how they turn out!

  1. says

    Ooh…I have some steel cut oats in the pantry! Pinning to try. Thanks for stopping by and leaving such a sweet comment! I am now following you on FB :-)

  2. says

    This looks and sounds delicious, Alyssa! I cooked steel cut oats, on the stove, Wednesday night so it would be ready to reheat for breakfast Thursday morning. While I was cooking it and the milk/water mixture was frothing up and boiling over, I thought I bet I could do this in the crockpot and here is your recipe. I will be trying this tonight. Thanks for sharing!!

    ~ Catie

  3. Clarice says

    Hi there! Just wondering how many this serves? I’d like to make it for a brunch…usually 1 cup of old fashioned rolled oats cooked on the stove is just 2 servings….but that would seem really small for this recipe…Thanks!!

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