Peach Pie Crock Pot Oatmeal

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Peach Pie Crock Pot Oatmeal

 It’s that time of week again! Time to reveal our latest flavor of oatmeal! If you’ve missed the last three weeks, we’ve made Pumpkin Pie, Apple Pie, and Cherry Pie oatmeal. They’ve all been well-received by my children and husband and even requested! 

This week we decided to try Peach Pie Crock Pot Oatmeal! It’s a great combination of peaches, oats and spices like cinnamon and cardamom, which I love, that makes breakfast a very enjoyable experience! I canned peaches in the summer and want to make sure I put them to good use!

As a reminder, the reason why we soak our oats is to make them easier to digest. Oats are low in phytase which is necessary in breaking down the anti-nutrient, phytic acid. This can be  reduced by soaking in water or milk with an acidic medium like raw apple cider vinegar or fresh lemon juice. Adding rye flakes or ground buckwheat groats to the soaking process further reduces phytic acid. If you are gluten-free, choose the buckwheat groats. I personally just soak the oats and don’t add rye or buckwheat but if you have gut issues, this is something you may want to consider.

I use a small crock pot for my oatmeal. If you have a standard size crock pot, double the recipe.

Peach Pie Crock Pot Oatmeal

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. The morning before you want your oatmeal, butter (or coconut oil) the bottom of a small crock pot and add oats, water and apple cider vinegar.
  2. Allow to soak for the entire day. Don't drain.
  3. That evening before bed, add the remaining ingredients.
  4. Mix and turn crock pot on low.
  5. Cook overnight (about 7-8 hours).
  6. Serve with extra honey, maple syrup, milk, or coconut milk if desired.
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Peach Pie Oatmeal

 I love oatmeal on these chilly fall mornings. I usually serve it with some eggs for added protein.

Enjoy!

Do you preserve fruits or vegetables in the summer? What are your favorite ways to use them in the colder months?

 

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Comments

  1. Crystal Rose says

    I’m eating this right now and it is sooooo good! I used 1 T of yogurt in place of the cider vinegar. Then I swapped out the peaches for strawberries. I cooked in mason jars in a water bath since I only have a large slow cooker. This stopped it from burning. When it was done I topped it with a little heavy whipping cream and more maple syrup. Homemade strawberries & cream oatmeal, Yum! Thanks for sharing your recipe!

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