Steel Cut Oats | How to Cook the Perfect Bowl

How to cook steel cut oats. The secret to making perfect steel cut oatmeal on the stovetop that turns out delicious and creamy every time! Healthy and low calorie, this is the only oatmeal recipe you need. Simple, vegan, and high in fiber, steel cut oats keep you full all morning long. Easy to make ahead and great for any toppings you love like peanut butter, apple, and banana. #steelcutoats #healthy #vegan

Steel Cut Oats | How to Cook the Perfect Bowl , .

How to cook steel cut oats. The secret to making perfect steel cut oatmeal on the stovetop that turns out delicious and creamy every time! Healthy and low calorie, this is the only oatmeal recipe you need. Simple, vegan, and high in fiber, steel cut oats keep you full all morning long. Easy to make ahead and you can add any of your favorite toppings.

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook time: 20 minutes
Total time: 30 minutes
Servings: 4 Servings

INGREDIENTS:


2 1/2 cups water — plus additional as needed
1 cup milk — any kind you like (I use unsweetened almond milk)
1 cup steel cut oats
1/4 teaspoon kosher salt — do not omit this!
Toppings and mix-ins of choice — see blog post above for suggestions

INSTRUCTIONS:


• Place 2 1/2 cups water and milk in a medium/large saucepan. Bring to a boil over high heat.

• As soon as the liquid boils, stir in the oats and salt. Return the mixture to a steady boil, then immediately reduce the heat to low so that the oats are at a gentle simmer. Don’t walk away from the pot at this point, as oats sometimes like to boil over. If your oats start to foam up and you are concerned, lift the pan right off the heat and let it settle down a bit before returning the pan to the heat to finish cooking.

• Let the oats gently simmer for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally and scraping along the bottom of the pan to prevent sticking. At this point, judge how chewy or creamy you’d like your oatmeal. For softer, creamier oats, continue cooking for 5 to 10 additional minutes, stirring every few minutes until the oatmeal is as tender as you like. If the oatmeal becomes thicker than you’d like, splash in a little extra water or milk to thin it out to your desired consistency.

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