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Old 12-19-2011, 04:51 PM   #26
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Years ago in a galaxy far away..okay not that long ago, I got a recipe here fot steel cut oats in a crock pot. I added dried apples, lots of walnuts and doubled the brown sugar and it is....good..worth waking up to..and my coffee of course!
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Old 12-19-2011, 07:49 PM   #27
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I had never considered crock pot oatmeal.

I must investigate further.
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I'm a huge oatmeal fan, but by the time I'm done with it it's no longer the good for me breakfast the package promises.
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Here's my SOP:

Before going to bed every night I load up the espresso machine and put a sauce pan on the stove with one cup of water and 1/4 cup of steel cut oats.

The next morning I hit the switch on the coffee maker and turn on the oats. (I'm not a morning person, so stumbling downstairs with my right index finger aimed at the coffee machine switch is about all I can manage.)

When the coffee is down, the oats are done: Eaten with salt, butter, maple sugar and a little half-and-half.

Yes, the hot/cold contrast is delightful.

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McCann's Irish Oatmeal now comes in a quick-cooking form! I was a little leery of this, since my only previous experience with quick-cooking oats involved the rolled-oat variety. McCann's quick-cooking oats are steel-cut like their regular ones: they just cut them into smaller bits. But they still have the same slightly dense texture and the same nutty flavor; the only difference I can see is that they cook in five minutes!
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Im so picky about oatmeal and up until a couple years ago, I couldn't touch it. The texture freaks me out after a few bites. Sometimes I love it, but sometimes its just too much. I love it when its cooled though, and layered with yogurt and fruit. NOM. I eat it like that warm too, with cold yogurt (not mixed in, just a little of each on the spoon, and sometimes I'll sprinkle granola or flaxseeds in for a little crunch. It has to be good oatmeal too, none of this rolled oats business. McCanns Irish Oats all the way!
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