A delicious and nutritious breakfast can be easily made with slow cooker oatmeal! With a wide variety of recipes out there you can make it with just about anything you like added. From nuts, to fruits and even maple syrup, any slow cooker oatmeal is sure to be a family favorite. Warm, creamy and delicious, even kids will love it!
8 Slow Cooker Oatmeal Recipes for Fall
Crock Pot Oatmeal from Chocolate Covered Katie
This recipe from Chocolate Covered Katie is great for those who want the easy way out when it comes to making slow cooker oatmeal. It comes out so creamy and thick, perfect for that slow Sunday breakfast. This recipe is very basic, but you can customize it your own way for endless breakfast options.
Overnight Cinnamon Raisin Slow Cooker Oatmeal from The Kitchen Magpie
Are you a fan of cinnamon raisin? Well than this recipe is for you! From The Kitchen Magpie, this recipe uses steel cut oats which take a bit more time to cook, but that’s no issue when it is in the slow cooker overnight. This recipe‘s oatmeal doesn’t turn into mush thanks to the steel cut oats. With the cinnamon aroma upon waking up, you won’t have an issue jumping out of bed!
Crockpot Cinnamon Roll Oatmeal from Moms with Crockpots
Who doesn’t love cinnamon rolls? This recipe from Moms with Crockpots will surely have the entire family drooling! Now you can have a ‘cinnamon roll’ in the comfort of your home without worrying about all the calories. It may not look like a cinnamon roll, but it sure will taste similar. And if you want, you can drizzle some glaze over the top for that added sweetness.
Slow-Cooker Blueberry Oatmeal from Delish
From the popular website Delish, this Blueberry Oatmeal sounds delish! Think of it as a blueberry muffin. Perfect for breakfast with that nice hot cup of coffee (or tea). This recipe can be served with maple syrup on top for that added sweetness, if that’s what you prefer. A definite must try slow cooker oatmeal!
Slow Cooker Banana Nut Oatmeal from The Lemon Bowl
Not everyone is a fan of bananas, but if you are, this recipe from The Lemon Bowl is one to try! This healthy, make ahead breakfast will be waiting for you in the morning with its delicious aroma from the bananas, nuts, and spices. Taking just 5 quick minutes to throw together in the slow cooker, this is a healthy breakfast you will be wanting to eat.
Slow Cooker Maple Cinnamon Oatmeal from Dizzy Busy & Hungry
Here is another cinnamon recipe, because who doesn’t love cinnamon? This recipe from Dizzy Busy & Hungry uses old fashioned rolled oats. The maple syrup is what gives this slow cooker oatmeal its sweetness, better than using sugar! This recipe is one to try, especially if you are trying to eat healthier.
Slow-Cooker Apply Cranberry Oatmeal from Betty Crocker
From Betty Crocker, this recipe looks easy, yet delicious! With a mix of sweetness from the apples and tartness from the cranberries, this will make your tongue taste a few yummy flavors all at once. With this recipe, try to cut back on the cooking time so it doesn’t turn into mush (though still delicious!) as it calls for old fashioned oats.
Slow Cooker Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal from Eating Bird Food
This recipe from Eating Bird Food literally calls for fall! It calls for steel cut oats, so you won’t have the issue with it getting too soft too fast. Usually, people only have pumpkin and pumpkin flavored foods around the fall holidays, but this slow cooker oatmeal will have you eating it all year round! Having a bowl of this oatmeal in the morning will make you feel comforted and warm inside.
All these different slow cooker oatmeal recipes are the perfect addition to your daily breakfast. Making it quick, easy and delicious, you should be running NOW to your kitchen to start getting one up and cooking through the night. The best part of all, waking up to the yummy aromas!
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