Making oatmeal in a multicooker—a multipurpose electric pressure cooker—lets you keep it warm without overcooking it, perfect for feeding houseguests waking up at different times. If you don’t have one, toast the oats as the recipe directs, and then cook them according to the directions on the oatmeal package. Look for oat milk where you buy almond milk.
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This was very good and I was not a fan of steel cut oats before. I do not have a multi-cooker, so I followed the alternate directions. I did not have vanilla bean paste or Calvados. I used vanilla extract in the oats instead and just left the Calvados out of the apples. This will become a part of my regular rotation!
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