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|By :Marci Buttars|
|Diet||Celiac, Gluten Free, High Fibre, Vegetarian|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Main Ingredient||Maple Syrup, Oats, Peaches|
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||10 minutes|
I like to prep the oats the night before, by placing the oats, water, syrup and salt in the pot. When I wake in the morning, I add the peaches and start the pressure cooker. After the cooking is complete, leave the oats in the pressure cooker, with the lid in place. The oats stay nice and hot for at least a half hour, while everyone is getting ready. When it’s time to eat, I stir in the chia seeds, top with raspberries, set the table, and pour milk while the chia seeds absorb some of the liquid.
Very good! Used blueberries instead of raspberries. Delicious
Made a half recipe with quick cooking steel cut oats. Used same cooking times. Followed author suggestions. Perfect consistency. Served with vanilla unsweetened almond milk and cinnamon. Best oats I’ve ever had. Amazing!!
Just tried this. It tastes good, but is really watery, what did I do wrong??
Burnt for me :(. Please advice
Try to add a bit more liquid.
Taste was good, but read as burn! My first attempt at oatmeals in the instant pot. Was able to save the majority of it, finish cooking in a regular pot and tasted good.
Absolutely delicious! I have made this a few times and its fantastic the whole family loves it!
Bad recipe. Comes out really watery. Should have read the review from others. Tried 3 times to make it.
Mmmmmmmm. Says it all.
This turned out great! DELICIOUS and SUPER HIGH IN FIBER!!! The key is that you have to let the chia seeds soak in the oatmeal a few minutes, as it mentions in the recipe, otherwise it will seem watery. If you’re not adding chia seeds, use less liquid to start. I REITERATE: THIS IS DELICIOUS!!! I only put in about half the maple syrup and it was sweet and wonderful because of the berries and peach.