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No-Cook Oatmeal

Nocook oatmeal
    I stumbled across this idea about 5 years (and am just getting around to posting it now :-) Soaked or no-cooked oatmeal. I just cover rolled oats in milk and let it stand 1/2 hour and it is done. Delish, chewy but creamy at the same time. One word about the rolled oats; I use thick rolled oats, regular would be fine but I would not use instant or quick oats. They are already cooked, steamed and become gummy when soaked.I am enjoying soaked oats with raw milk, coconut sugar, toasted hazelnuts and dried sour cherries!


No-Cooked Oatmeal

Rolled oats thick or regular, but not instant

Milk, I use raw milk or almond but any milk will work

Put oats in bowl and add enough milk to just cover oats. Set in fridge for 30 minutes. I cover bowl with a small plate. After 30 minutes add your toppings and enjoy!



You can make this the night before, just store in fridge.

If you like your oatmeal hot, put the bowl in the microwave a minute or so before eating.


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no spring chicken

This is new to me! I love oatmeal and though it's hard to imagine improving on the standard, I must say this sounds possible. Thanks!

Blessings, Debbie


I love oatmeal no matter how it's served. Thanks for the recipe!

Linda Colantino

I love oatmeal, so will have to give this a try.


Oops I meant cherries...but crannies would be good too!


This looks delicious Clarice...extra extra yummy with the raw milk and the crannie's! Hope you are feeling better!
Tracey xox
P.S. what almond milk do you use?

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