Recipe

Slow Cooker Steel-Cut Oats

Steel cut oats raise blood sugar less than rolled oats and have a heartier, more satisfying texture, but the downside is they take longer to cook. Solve this problem by prepping them overnight in your slow cooker-they'll be ready and waiting by morning.

Steel cut oats raise blood sugar less than rolled oats and have a heartier, more satisfying texture, but the downside is they take longer to cook. Solve this problem by prepping them overnight in your slow cooker-they'll be ready and waiting by morning.

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This recipe makes 4 Servings
Ingredients:
  • 1 cup steel-cut oats
  • 4 cups water
Preparation:

Combine the oats and water in the slow cooker. Cook on low setting overnight for approximately 8 hours. Add preferred toppings and enjoy!

Optional toppings: fresh or dried fruit, chopped nuts, cinnamon, sugar, honey, or maple syrup

Serving size: 1 cup

Preparation:

Combine the oats and water in the slow cooker. Cook on low setting overnight for approximately 8 hours. Add preferred toppings and enjoy!

Optional toppings: fresh or dried fruit, chopped nuts, cinnamon, sugar, honey, or maple syrup

Serving size: 1 cup