Top Rated Steel-Cut Oat Recipes

granola
Savory granola featuring sunflower seeds, fennel pollen, coconut flakes, and grade A maple syrup? Count us in.Note: This recipe provides a giant serving size. Use 1/8 of the quantities listed for a smaller portion.This recipe is provided by Executive Chef Daven Wardynski of Omni Hotels & Resorts.
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4.5
Savory Oatmeal with a Soft-Cooked Egg, Turkey Bacon, and Parmigiano-Reggiano
If you’re more of a savory breakfast person, this steel-cut oat recipe is for you. Quick-cooking oats make this an easy breakfast, while turkey bacon, eggs, and cheese leave you super satisfied. Recipe courtesy of Sam Stephens, Quaker Oat’s Chief Creative Oatmeal Officer and owner of OatMeals in New York City.
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4.5
Steel Cut
A delicious breakfast recipe featuring Almond Breeze milk. 
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4
On a trip to Italy, I tasted a walnut risotto that was out of this world. At home, I learned that you can make a risotto out of just about any whole grain—which means you’re packing in much more nutrition and fiber in every bite. The steel cut oats in this risotto adds a nutty crunchiness to this savory dish.
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4
Irish Whiskey Oatmeal
To really get in the St. Patrick's Day spirit this year, start your day off right with a  a bowl of steel-cut oats made with Irish whiskey. It's a great way to kick off St. Patrick's Day — or to fight a nasty hangover the morning after. Watch the video here.
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4
Oats have never looked better than when they mimic a decadent cake and can be eaten for breakfast. True to name, this dish is also a great way to sneak in a veggie.
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4
Tunisian-Style Oatmeal
Not everyone likes their first meal of the day to be sweet, so try offering this dish as a savory alternative for a weekend brunch— perfect for those who prefer their oatmeal with a hint of harissa rather than honey. Click here to see The Quintessential Café Cookbook.
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4
Apple Spice Oatmeal
Wake-up to a warm nutritious breakfast; this simple slow-cooker oatmeal using classic apple-spice flavors can be made in your slow-cooker while you sleep.For more great recipes like this one, visit Guiding Stars.
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Cinnamon Slow-Cooker Oatmeal
Oatmeal isn’t just for those solo winter mornings. This overnight oatmeal recipe is a great way to kick off a brunch: It keeps guests satiated while you work on the main course. With dashes of cinnamon, nutmeg, and brown sugar added to the mix, your home will smell warm and inviting when the guests arrive!
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3
Egg White Whipped Vanilla Oatmeal
Create creamy whipped steel-cut oats with egg whites instead of heavy cream or milk. Top this sweet breakfast with bananas, walnuts, and dried cranberries. Recipe courtesy of Sam Stephens, Quaker Oat’s Chief Creative Oatmeal Officer and owner of OatMeals in New York City.
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3
Oat Porridge
It's no secret that I love oats. I also love the holiday season! There is something about cuddling up indoors with loved ones that makes me feel so cozy inside. I make this dish throughout the year and it always reminds me of those special celebrations. Click here to see How to Slim Down Your Diet.
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3
Cranberry-Maple Slow Cooker Oatmeal
Using a slow cooker to make steel-cut oats means you can sleep in without having to worry about starting breakfast. Be sure to use steel-cut oats for this recipe, as regular oatmeal will not hold up to this length of cooking. If you like your oatmeal very creamy, you can cook it up to eight hours. Click here for more of the 101 Best Slow Cooker Recipes
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2.9