This Instant Pot steel cut oatmeal recipe is such an easy, delicious breakfast full of fruit flavor. The cook time is just three minutes, and it comes out perfectly every time.
Steel cut oats are one of the first things I ever made in my Instant Pot. Now, I make them almost every week. It’s so much quicker and easier than the stovetop version. I’m happy to partner with Dole Packaged Foods to share my Instant Pot steel cut oats recipe.
I love having oatmeal for a simple, filling breakfast. There are so many different ways to flavor it, so I don’t feel like I’m eating the same thing over and over.
Frozen fruit is one of the things we always have on hand in my house. Even when things get busy and I don’t have time to go grocery shopping, I can open the freezer and pull out a few servings of produce.
Instant Pot Steel Cut Oatmeal Tips
I love different combinations of frozen fruit, and the Dole Strawberries, Peaches, and Bananas blend is especially delicious in oatmeal. I simply warm it up on the stove with a little maple syrup and lemon juice while the oats are cooking. Another option is to add the fruit to the Instant Pot along with the oats, which cooks the fruit down a bit more.
To cook the oats in the Instant Pot, I like to let the pressure release naturally for 10 minutes to get the ideal texture. But if you’re in a hurry, you can cut that down to 5 minutes, then do a quick release. Stir the oatmeal and give it a couple minutes to thicken.
You can make this oatmeal ahead of time, and simply reheat it in the morning for a fast, healthy breakfast on a busy day.
Watch this video to see the easy process behind this recipe:
Instant Pot Steel Cut Oatmeal
This Instant Pot steel cut oatmeal recipe is such an easy, delicious breakfast full of fruit flavor. $.78 per serving
- 3 cups water
- 1 cup steel cut oats uncooked
- 1/4 tsp cinnamon
- 1 3/4 cups Dole Strawberries, Peaches, and Bananas
- 1 tbs pure maple syrup
- 1 tsp lemon juice
Put the water, steel cut oats, and cinnamon in the Instant Pot. Stir the mixture, then cover the pot and seal it. Cook on manual high pressure for 3 minutes.
While the oats are cooking, place the fruit in a medium pan along with the maple syrup and lemon juice. Cover and cook over medium heat until the fruit defrosts, about 2 minutes. Set aside and keep covered so it stays warm.
When the oats are done cooking, let the pressure release naturally (about 10 minutes), then divide the oatmeal among 4 bowls. Top with the warm fruit mixture and drizzle with additional maple syrup if desired.
Instant Pot Steel Cut Oats Price Breakdown
This recipe costs $3.10 to make, or $.78 per serving. Try this delicious Instant Pot steel cut oatmeal for an easy breakfast on a busy morning.
And if you have any leftover oats, these steel cut oats cookies are so good!
Note: This post was sponsored by Dole Packaged Foods. All opinions are my own.