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Pressure Cooker Blueberry Steel Cut Oats

Pressure Cooker Blueberry Steel Cut Oats - 15 minutes for a weeks worth of breakfast

Pressure Cooker Blueberry Steel Cut Oats

Man is it cold out.  The rain is bone chilling.  I don’t even want to be outdoors and that is saying a lot, coming from me.

I decided last week to go back to making all our meals ahead of time.  It saves me time, energy and money. Today, was the perfect time to start! I’m sharing one of my husband’s favorite morning breakfasts. Pressure cooker blueberry oats.

Pressure Cooker Blueberry Steel Cut Oats - 15 minutes and breakfast is served for the week.

He thinks it is heaven in a jar 🙂

Pressure Cooker Blueberry Steel Cut Oats - 15 minutes and breakfast is served for the week.



 

I’m never telling him it is one of the easiest recipes to make.

Ingredients:

3 3/4 cups of water
1 1/4 cups Quaker Steel Cut Oats (not quick cook kind)


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Pressure Cooker Blueberry Steel Cut Oats - 15 minutes and breakfast is served for the week.

 


Directions:

1.) Measure & pour water and steel oats into the Power Pressure Cooker XL and seal.

2.) Set 15 minutes on the timer on the rice/beans setting.

3.) When the timer goes off; do a quick release.

4.) Wait 4 minutes to cool down.

5.) Add in either sugar, brown sugar or honey to the level of sweetness you’d like.

6.) Add an entire bag of frozen blueberries.

7.) Spoon into single serve jars. Cool and refrigerate.

Pressure Cooker Blueberry Steel Cut Oats - 15 minutes and breakfast is served for the week.

 

How Many Servings Does It Make?
Makes 3.5 pints or 8- 1/2 pints.

Reheat or Just Eat:

The best thing about this recipe is you can literally grab a spoon and run out the door in the morning.  It can be eaten cold or hot.

Pressure Cooker Blueberry Steel Cut Oats - 15 minutes and breakfast is served for the week.

If you have a few extra minutes, you can remove the top ring and lid, pop the jar in the microwave and heat it at 20-30 second intervals; stirring in between intervals.

Serve With:
Slivered almonds and fresh blueberry toppers.

Wait are you waiting for?  Grab a spoon!  Breakfast is served!!

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