Servings: 4 to 6
Rich with molasses and warming spices, this oatmeal brings to mind old-fashioned gingerbread. A quick boil at night and an overnight lounge in the fridge means the notoriously slow-cooking grains need only 10 minutes of simmering. Serve with a drizzle of cream and, if you like, chopped, toasted pecans or walnuts.
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What a delicious rendition for a satisfying oatmeal breakfast. I put every listed ingredient into my slow cooker last night and simply let it do it's thing for 8 to 9 hours. It was perfect. I was out of steel cut oats, and subbed the same measurement with Oat groats. I find these totally interchangeable in all of my steel cut oat recipes.
The best oatmeal I've ever tasted!
Absolutely delicious and very easy! Not too sweet and full of flavour.
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