If You Love Steel-Cut Oats, You Need to Know This Hack

Did we know we could use your Instant Pot to make breakfast? The we Love My Instant Pot Recipe Book ($17) by Michelle Fagone, out Apr 1, includes a recipe for steel-cut oats that prepare adult in 10 minutes. Given that steel oats customarily take during slightest 30 mins to prepare on a stovetop, this is a outrageous time saver. There’s no forgive to skip breakfast! Michelle suggests sweetening a oats with orange juice, dusty fruit, and maple syrup. Mmm!

On another note, if you’re on a surveillance for some-more ways to use your Instant Pot, take a demeanour during these breakfast, dinner, and dessert recipes. I’ve been experimenting with all of Instant Pot’s facilities with a following recipes: slow-cooked grill chicken, “sautéed” cheese sauce, and pressure-cooked garlicky soup.

Trail Mix Oatmeal

Trail Mix Oatmeal

From The we Love My Instant Pot Recipe Book by Michelle Fagone


This oatmeal, packaged full of nuts, fruit, and flavor, will get we prepared for a hiking trail. It will also see we out a doorway with some critical nutritive advantages even if you’re streamer to a bureau and not a woods. So breathe in that uninformed atmosphere and suffer a pleasing morning. And don’t worry; this breakfast is robust and will keep we full until lunch. Feel giveaway to tip this oatmeal with milk, additional sweetener, and blackberries and raspberries if desired.

How to Cook Steel-Cut Oats in Instant Pot


  1. 1 crater steel-cut oats
  2. 1 1/2 cups water
  3. 2 teaspoons butter
  4. 1 crater (from 1 vast orange) creatively squeezed orange juice
  5. 1 tablespoon dusty cranberries
  6. 1 tablespoon raisins
  7. 1 tablespoon chopped dusty apricots
  8. 2 tablespoons pristine maple syrup
  9. 1/4 teaspoon belligerent cinnamon
  10. 2 tablespoons chopped pecans
  11. Pinch of salt


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