(for more info, see my recipe for. Set on high, microwaving old fashioned oats takes just a few minutes for a single serving.
For the slow cooker you need 4 cups of liquid and for the instant pot you only need 2 cups.
Steel cut oats recipe microwave. Start with 3 cups water in a medium size pot. You can make a big batch of steel cut oats and eat them. Place steel cut oats and liquid in your instant pot, close, and seal.
These oats are much chewier than traditional steel cut oats, and are best enjoyed after 48 hours. Stir regularly to keep the oats from sticking to the bottom of the pot. Raisins are my favorite topping.
Almond milk will make for creamier oatmeal. Our favorite is to make a big batch and then freeze in individual portions using our souper cubes® tray. Simmer for a minimum of 20 minutes.
It can be water or almond milk, whichever you prefer. Microwave preparation (for 1 serving) 1/3 cups of quaker steel cut oats, uncooked. Use a bowl that is only half full at this point, otherwise the oatmeal may boil over.
First things first, whip up a batch of steel cut oats using only water. Everything else in this recipe, including the coconut milk, is just a topping. If you'd like to reduce the chewiness of these oats, you can soak in boiling water first:
It will take some time for your pressure cooker to heat up, but it will. Steel cut oats are phenomenal, but since they take longer to cook (30ish minutes), for an easy pumpkin oatmeal recipe like this, rolled oats are the way to go. Add 1/4 tsp of salt and bring to a boil.
I like to top the cooked oats with fresh bananas, sautéed apples with cinnamon, or chopped pecans. Stir in 1 cup bob's red mill steel cut oats and reduce heat to low. Most directions call for 1/2 cup oatmeal and 1 cup water, but you may prefer 1/3 cup oats and 2/3 cups water or 3/4 cup oats and 1 1/2 cups water.
If, after 20 minutes, it's still runny and not thick and creamy looking, keep cooking it.