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Apple Jack Irish Oatmeal ~ Who Wants to Cook Breakfast?
Who wants to cook in the morning, especially on weekdays, or when we have early events on the weekend? Apple Jack Irish Oatmeal cuts the hassle, and gives you an amazing breakfast, ready when you are in the morning, simply by using your Crock-Pot!
What Makes Apple Jack Irish Oatmeal, Irish?
Irish Oatmeal, also known as steel cut oats, are the inner portion of the oat grain, cut into pieces instead of rolled, as in traditional “Quaker” oats. The result is a heartier, thicker oatmeal that really sticks to your ribs in the morning. Much like regular oatmeal, you can flavor the Irish version anyway you like, and my family loves Apple Jacks, so Apple Jack Irish Oatmeal was born.
A Heart Healthy Start to Your Day with Apple Jack Irish Oatmeal
So many research studies have shown the great effects oats have on your heart and cholesterol. If you are trying to get more of the yummy grain into your diet, here’s a splendid way to do it! Simple and fast, it’s a “toss-it-and-forget-about-it” recipe. And who doesn’t want to wake up to a Crock-Pot full of yummy sweet apple-y Apple Jack Irish Oatmeal goodness?
- 1 C Irish (Steel Cut) oats
- 4 C milk or water
- 1 apple, peeled, cored and diced
- 1/2 C brown or raw sugar
- 1 t ground cinnamon
- 1/2 t salt
- Place all ingredients in a 3 qt Crock-Pot.
- Set to low and get some rest.
- Serve in the morning with extra milk and sugar, if desired.
1 C Irish (Steel Cut) oats
4 C milk or water
1 apple, peeled, cored and diced
1/2 C brown or raw sugar
1 t ground cinnamon
1/2 t salt
Place all ingredients in a 3 qt Crock-Pot.
Set to low and get some rest.
Serve in the morning with extra milk and sugar, if desired.
Apple Jack Irish Oatmeal ~ The Right Way to Start Your Day
Wake up this weekend to a Crock-Pot full of delicious oatmeal and start your day off right! You’ll wonder why you haven’t been making Apple Jack Irish Oatmeal all along!
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