Healthy Slow Cooker Oatmeal, this steel cut oats crockpot recipe cooks up creamy while still maintaining some texture. It’s an easy overnight recipe!
Use your slow cooker and have a warm breakfast ready to eat in the morning.
HEALTHY SLOW COOKER OATMEAL
Make-ahead breakfasts are essential for busy mornings. If they’re delicious and healthy, that’s a bonus!
These slow cooker steel cut oats are just the thing on one of those mornings. Not only do they taste good, but eating a healthy breakfast gets your day off to a great start.
This is a great recipe for the whole family and it makes a lot. It also reheats really well so if you don’t have a slow cooker with a timer you can make it the night or day before and reheat them in the microwave before servings them.
For best results when reheating, I found they are pretty thick but adding a little more almond milk makes them creamy again.
Something magical happens to oats in the slow cooker.
- I do recommend that you stir it a couple of times during the cooking process so that the oats don’t stick to the bottom.
- As well, this recipe works best at a low-temperature setting and if your slow cooker runs extra hot, you may want to cook it on the ‘warm’ setting.
I like to make the oats with this basic recipe, then spruce them up once plated.
- Apple sauce
- fresh fruit – try peaches and cream or strawberries and cream
- Dried fruit
- Chocolate chips
- Peanut Butter
While you’re here, check out these recipes
- Healthy Oatmeal Date Breakfast Cookies
- Brownie Batter Overnight Protein Oats
- Greek Yogurt Berry Parfait
- Blueberry Mango Overnight Oats
Please keep in mind that nutritional information is a rough estimate and can vary based on the products used.
I updated this post from an earlier version on December 18, 2012. I made new photos and simplified the recipe instructions.
Healthy Slowcooker Oatmeal
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Stove top method:
- Combine oats, coconut water, almond milk, and protein powder in a medium-size pan; whisk to combine. Turn to low and cook 20 to 30 minutes or until oats are soft and most of the liquid is absorbed.
- Topping ideas: fresh fruit, raisins, craisins, flaxseed, nutritional yeast.
Tina´s PicStory says
that sounds really good! 🙂
Yummy and so healthy! Thanks for sharing it 🙂
I just found your blog through the Adorned From Above linkup – excited to read more!
Our Neck of the Woods says
It looks yummy! I have heard about cooking oatmeal in the slow cooker but still haven't tried it. I need to get on that!
Angie Ouellette-Tower says
Thanks so much for sharing at Wednesday’s Adorned From Above Blog Hop!
Debi @ adornedfromabove.com
Angie @ godsgrowinggarden.com
Oh that looks yummy and totally guilt free. You know I have never thought to add Nutritual Yeast to my oatmeal. I am adding it this morning! And I love that this cooks in the crockpot, I can start it get my workout in then breakfast will be ready when I am done. Thanks so much for sharing on We Made That!
interesting healthy recipe,I always like slow cooker recipes…