Jan's Oatmeal Mix Cooked In A Rice Cooker

1 review, 5 star(s). 100% would make again

Ready in 20 minutes

I have this in Winter and use the rice cooker so I can walk away and have a shower and breakfast is done.

I really have enjoyed this recipe and the ease of preparation. Also, very economical to have on hand. Those small packets of pre-flavored oatmeal do get pricey.

Ingredients

1 1/3 cups Oats; quick cook
1/3 cup dried fruit; (raisins, prunes, apricots, dates, apples)
1 Banana; sliced
1/2 tablespoon pumpkin seeds
1/2 tablespoon sunflowers seeds
1 1/2 cups Milk/water; enough to cover

Original recipe makes 2

Servings  

Preparation

1 Put all the ingredients in a rice cooker.

2 I'd let them soak in their watermilk overnight and push the button in the morning

3 Go away, and come back in 25 to 30 minutes.

4 stir once, as there may be a little moisture on top, and serve up.

5 Yum

Notes

Nice to add cinnamon or grated apple, Add cinnamon to taste. I like a lot of cinnamon. I don't ever measure, so I can't tell you how much. But it's probably several tablespoons of cinnamon. You can use apple juice insted of milk

I have long had an on/off/warm rice cooker. I soak the oats overnight then pop on in the morning. 30 minutes later a nice hot breakfast yip yar.

I mix all dry ingredients and store in an airtight conatiner in a cool dry place for up to 6 months. I make this up at a 1kg at a time. :) Hope this helps

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Nice to add cinnamon or grated apple, Add cinnamon to taste. I like a lot of cinnamon. I don't ever measure, so I can't tell you how much. But it's probably several tablespoons of cinnamon. You can use apple juice insted of milk I have long had an on/off/warm rice cooker. I soak the oats overnight then pop on in the morning. 30 minutes later a nice hot breakfast yip yar. I mix all dry ingredients and store in an airtight conatiner in a cool dry place for up to 6 months. I make this up at a 1kg at a time. :) Hope this helps [I posted this recipe.]
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