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|By :Julie Han|
|Duration||less than 15 min|
|Diet||Celiac, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, High Fibre, Plant-Based, Vegan, Vegetarian|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||3 minutes|
Julie is a cooking enthusiast, natural remedies nut, and mom to a toddler, a teen, and one in between. She has always loved to create delicious recipes for her very hungry husband and kids. She has recently joined the Instant Pot craze. Join her as she shares her journey to create Instantly Delicious meals in her little city kitchen using the Instant Pot and more!
I like this oatmeal with a little bit of cinnamon.
Not a review but a question… do you add the milk in the beginning with everything else??
You would add it after. The optional section was a bit confusing so cleared it up for you. Once put in bowls, top with optional ingredients (milk included)
I made the oatmeal following the directions and got the BURN notice. What did i do wtong?
Has anyone used frozen peaches? Would you thaw first?
I got the burn message
I got the burn message too, but i just shut off the pot & took the inner pot out and the oatmeal was cooked perfectly – light and fluffy. I used frozen blueberries instead of peaches, so maybe had less liquid.
I got the burn message. Never came up to pressure. Has anyone found a solution to this issue?
I haven’t made oatmeal yet but I usually use a 50/50 mix of water and milk when I make it on the stove. I see cream or non-dairy milk but not milk. Will there be a problem if I use milk?
I made this dish in a hurry this AM. I used frozen peaches that I thawed first. It never pressurized but it did cook. It came out ok, maybe I used the wrong oats. Just tasted like too much oat for my preference. Ill try it again, experimenting with different flavors.
This was the very first recipe I made in my instant pot. The oatmeal turned out perfectly, and it’s now my go-to breakfast recipe. Thank you!
Oatmeal was perfect. Chopped “frozen” Peaches, so they held their shape. We would prefer it sweeter. Next time, I will add 1/4 Cup Sugar and about 1/4 teaspoon salt when cooking.
Forgot to mention: to prevent scorching/burning; put a little vegetable oil on paper towel & wipe down bottom & sides inside pot. All Optional Ingredients are added only when “serving” this in bowls. Chop FROZEN Peaches instead of Fresh, and they’ll hold their shape. Follow all the remaining instructions exactly.
I usually add salt to all the grains that I cook. I am from the Caribbean originally, but I know some people from the US that don’t use salt in their grain cooking, they are just use to the taste without salt. They add sweetener to make it tasty. I just like it without sweets. I use 1/2 tsp real salt. Thanks for this recipe!
Mine gave burn message. This happens when pot won’t pressurize and leaks a bit. Simply push down on lis and the seal is corrected and the red safety valve pops up.
To avoid the BURN alarm, I sauteed the oats in 2 tbsp of butter for a couple of minutes. I also added 1 tsp of cinnamon and 1/4 cup of honey. I then mashed 1 banana into each serving. The result was the most delicious oatmeal I have ever had.
Forgot to mention that I poured a splash of Coffee Mate French vanilla cream. If more liquid is needed I used whole milk. Great taste.