Ready in 45 minutes
Try this Deluxe Crockpot Oatmeal recipe, or contribute your own. "Oatmeal" and "Slow cook" are two of the tags cooks chose for Deluxe Crockpot Oatmeal.
"8 hrs was to long and made is mushy. but other than that it was really good. im making it again tonight and cooking it for less time. i leave the nuts out and my 15 month old loves it! served with an egg it has oodles of the nutrition they need."- Apesgrape
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Combine ingredients in crockpot. Mix well. Cover and cook on LOW 6-8 hours.
Spruce up your favorite hot cereal and jump-start your day.
Apesgrape 4 months ago8 hrs was to long and made is mushy. but other than that it was really good. im making it again tonight and cooking it for less time. i leave the nuts out and my 15 month old loves it! served with an egg it has oodles of the nutrition they need.
gailwinterb 5 months ago
deniseditgeswoolsey 1 year agoOK. It went 61/2 hours and still too long My kids eat oatmeal all the time and were not impressed
wvale 1 year ago
marlonickell 1 year agoWay too long to cook for me. Mine was too burnt.
Rj55313 2 years ago8 hours was TOO long for me. I suggest starting at 6 hours at the longest, and going from there.
sunnyphlower 3 years agoDelicious!! I also added a teaspoon of vanilla extract.
jonmadison 4 years agoI'd like to add that you'll probably want to grease your crockpot so it won't be stick to the sides so much like my first batch of this yummess. :) also, non-quick oats work as well. I've been using Snoqualmie Ridge (a local brand) oats.
CCheryl 4 years agothis is also good using irish steal cut oats, thats my favorite, thats all i changed tho, i only use quick oats for cookies, cant wait to try your next favorite oatmeal recipe, CCheryl
stevemur 9 years ago[I made edits to this recipe.]