May 10, 2014
Steel cut oats are delicious and satisfying, but can take more time than I want to spend each morning cooking. Soaking the oats overnight significantly reduces their cook time, allowing this recipe to be a staple in my home. I mix it up by adding different nut or seed butters plus dried fruits such as apricots or juice-sweetened cranberries. And often, I double the recipe to make sure I have leftovers that can be reheated even more quickly another morning.
1Place oats in pot with water and soak 6 hours or overnight.
2Place pot with oats over high heat and bring to boil. Reduce heat to low and simmer until oats are creamy (20-25 minutes).
3Remove from heat and stir in almond butter and coconut milk. Top each serving with a dash of ume plum vinegar, ¼ teaspoon cinnamon, 1 tablespoon coconut and 1 tablespoon sliced almonds.
NOTE: For those with an allergy to tree nuts, sunflower butter is a delicious substitute for the almond butter.
Recipe provided by Terry Walters, LLC
EAT CLEAN LIVE WELL, © Terry Walters 2014
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