Instant Pot oatmeal is a great way to sneak in a hearty breakfast in a fraction of the time!
I'll be honest - I go through phases with oatmeal. Sometimes I love it as a quick, warm and filling breakfast. Other days, I can't stand the texture of it. If you're currently in the "love it" phase with me, this Instant Pot oatmeal recipe is sure to hit the spot!
I've made oatmeal lots of ways, and truthfully, I've been burned by using my Instant Pot for it in the past (no pun intended). The trick is to spray the inner pot, add plenty of liquid, and to stir well before cooking to avoid the dreaded "burn" message.
The Instant Pot is a great way to make your oatmeal because it comes together and quickly cooks in just a matter of minutes. No need to make it the night before or stand over the stove! Y'all already know I'm a believer in all things Instant Pot.
This easy, delicious berry oatmeal is kind of a staple breakfast recipe - one definitely worth saving for your next pro-oatmeal phase! 🙂
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Soluble fiber causes whole rolled oats digest slowly - which means you'll stay full longer. Or as my dad used to say when I was a kid - "It sticks to your ribs!" Either way you spin it, oatmeal is a great breakfast option because it'll keep you from snacking until lunch.
This Instant Pot oatmeal is also a great option for weekly meal prepping. Just make a batch, parse out into single servings, and store in the refrigerator throughout the week. If you're used to leaving the house in a rush in the morning, this can be a great option for a grab-and-go breakfast that you can microwave later on at work.
I use a 6-qt. Instant Pot Ultra, but the new Instant Pot Duo Plus is the most comparable new model. I've linked this model throughout this post for you to shop if you'd like!
I strive to create balanced recipes with wholesome ingredients, and I think you'll find just that with this easy berry Instant Pot oatmeal recipe. You can use fresh or frozen berries and customize the type of sweetener you want to use based on your preferences. However you like it, give it a try and let me know how it went in the comments!
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