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Love Long-Cooking Oatmeal? Hate Stirring? Use Your Crockpot

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My hubby loves the oatmeal that takes 40 minutes of constant stirring until it's cooked. (example is McCann's Steel Cut Oat Meal).

Now he can use a small crockpot, 4 cups cold water, 1 cup oats and set it on low just before going to sleep.

6 hours later, an entire pot of perfectly cooked oatmeal.

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  • KALAJIJO
    I have been cooking oatmeal this way for years. I use 2 cups steel-cut oats add 8 c. water and a generous dash of salt. Then I cut up dried fruit (about 1 c) and toss into the crock pot. I divide the leftovers into freezer containers, then thaw and microwave portions as needed. - by KALAJIJO

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