Apple Breakfast (Easy Slow Cooker Oatmeal) Recipe
Apples and oats are prepared overnight in a slow cooker with a mixture of spices for a tasty breakfast treat the entire family can dig.
Oatmeal so creamy it's like tapioca! You will absolutely love this recipe. This is how oatmeal was meant to be!
Delicious cinnamon-apple oats cook slowly all night in the slow cooker, and are ready for a hot breakfast the next morning.
Using your slow cooker is an easy way to enjoy steel-cut oats without hovering over the stove for an hour. Freeze leftovers in individual servings for a quick weekday breakfast.
Make Christmas morning easy and delicious with this slow cooker apple oatmeal recipe that happens overnight: top with blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, granola, raisins, or walnuts.
Wake up to a delicious and filling breakfast of creamy steel-cut oats, cooked in the slow cooker with cinnamon, brown sugar, and raisins.
I used steel cut oats and definitely found the first try following the recipe exactly to be too dry. Tried again with an extra cup and a half of water plus a handful of frozen cranberries and it turned out delicious!
Steel-cut oats are cooked in the slow cooker with apples, almond milk, pumpkin puree, cranberries, and pecans for a delicious breakfast.
This easy recipe for overnight oatmeal is made in the slow cooker, perfect for busy fall mornings when you're craving spiced pumpkin dishes.
Steel-cut oats cook quickly in an Instant Pot® and are especially delicious in this apple pie version featuring fresh apple, cinnamon, and nutmeg.