Steel Cut Oats in the Instant Pot – Two Ways!

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    Mornings here in the great white North are still chilly, and most of us still have snow on the ground! Even though our minds are thinking of spring, and our gardens, and sunshine…our reality is still very wintry.

    Sometimes the best way to face the cold morning is to know that you have a lovely warm breakfast to start the day. Steel cut oats are a healthy and nutritious option, and the Instant Pot makes cooking them so easy! You can get them going and then go for a brisk walk in the cold air, or get ready to leave for work, and voila! Soon you have the yummy oats as a backdrop for whatever spices or tastes that you are in the mood for.

    The traditional maple syrup and brown sugar taste combination is good and very satisfying. We also offer another version – you know those fried apples you can get at restaurants like Cracker Barrel? The ones that are addictingly good? You can buy cans of them at most grocery stores, and they make a lovely addition to a hot pot of oats. Try it and you will be hooked!

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    Steel Cut Oats in the Instant Pot - Two Ways! Yum
    For a warm and satisfying breakfast, nothing beats a steaming hot bowl of oats! With ever so many options for spicing them up, everyone at the table can have their favorite kind. Here are two different ways to make your breakfast special!
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    Prep Time 10 minutes
    Cook Time 12 minutes
    Passive Time 15 minutes
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    Version 2
    Prep Time 10 minutes
    Cook Time 12 minutes
    Passive Time 15 minutes
    Servings
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    Ingredients
    Version 1
    Version 2
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    1. Put the three cups of water and the oats in the liner of the Instant Pot. If you are using version 1, add all the ingredients and stir. If you are using Version 2, go to the next step.
    2. Lock the lid into place and make sure your toggle is set to sealing. Set manual/pressure cook for 12 minutes.
    3. Allow for a 10 minute Natural Pressure Release. Carefully remove the lid.
    4. For Version 2, add the apples and whatever else you would like....butter, nuts, etc. Enjoy!
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