While the cold weather is at an all time low, I want to make sure you’re making some crockpot oatmeal to keep you warm.
These all use steel-cut oatmeal and cook in a 1 1/2 to 2 quart slow cooker. If yours runs hot add an addition 1/4 cup liquid or . Enjoy your happy oatmeal mornings!
Wake up to the smell of coffee cake – except you’ll be eating a healthy bowl of banana pecan steel-cut oats that taste like a yummy treat and is good for you too!
Did you get one of those fresh fruit holiday gifts? This maple pear walnut cake oatmeal (above) and the pear rose cardamom oatmeal (below) are perfect to get rid of that last pear that is starting to look a little ragged.
You can leave out the rosewater if you’re not a fan of floral foods.
This pumpkin coffeecake oatmeal is one of the most popular recipes on the entire site. It’s so easy to throw together too.