Today, I’m having my tea in my Vegan Earl Grey Slow Cooker Steel-Cut Oats and let me tell you it’s delicious there too.
I am crazy about my Earl Grey tea. I have it almost every chilly morning. Once I add in some vanilla nondairy milk, and I’m in London Fog heaven. It also makes the best iced tea too!
If you were a fan of the old Instant Pot recipe, don’t panic, it’s moved to Plant Based Instant Pot here. If you’ve tried crockpot steel-cut oats and aren’t a fan because of the softer texture, you’ll love the chewiness that you’ll get cooking them in the Instant Pot.
Not a fan of rose flavors? You can use vanilla in its place in your Slow Cooker Steel-Cut Oats. But if you want to you could try some lavender extract too.
What’s the Texture of Slow Cooker Steel Cut Oats?
Slow cooker steel cut oats break down from the long cooking time and are extra creamy. If you hate creamy oats, then try them in the Instant Pot where they are extra chewy.
Vegan Earl Grey Slow Cooker Steel-Cut Oats w/ Rosewater
- 1/2 cup steel-cut oats
- 2 cups unsweetened nondairy milk
- 2 teabags red tea Earl Grey black or green tea will over-steep as it cooks
- 1/2 teaspoon rosewater
- 1 to 2 tablespoon s sweetener of your choice
The night before
- Spray your crock with some oil to help with clean up later.
- Add everything but rosewater and sweetener. If using rooibos tea you can even add the tea bag If you are using black or green brew it in the nondairy milk firs, like in the headnote.
- Cook on low overnight (7 to 9 hours).
In the morning
- Stir your oatmeal well. It may seem watery at the top but if stirred it should become a more uniform consistency.
- Stir in rosewater and sweetener to taste.
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- Vegan Instant Pot Black-Eyed Pea Curry with Spinach