To avoid sticking, lightly coat the inner pot of your Instant Pot with coconut oil or cooking spray.
Add oats into the Instant Pot followed by salt (if using), water or almond milk.
Secure the lid and close the vent to Sealing.
Press the MANUAL (or PRESSURE COOKER on HIGH for newer Instant Pot models) button and set to 4 minutes. The Instant Pot will take about 7-8 minutes to come to pressure before it starts to cook.
After the oats finish cooking and the Instant Pot beeps, allow the pressure to release naturally (takes about 10-12 minutes).
After the pressure releases, open the lid and give the oatmeal a couple of good stirrings until fully combined. Allow to cool if you want the oatmeal thicker - any extra liquid will absorb as it cools.
Add cinnamon, sweetener, vanilla extract or other additions you like.
Top oatmeal with fresh fruit, nut butter, a splash of milk, or any other toppings.
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