Blueberry Maple Steel Cut Oats

 Quaker is now making steel cut oats.  A perfect breakfast for a frigid Sunday morning.

 Boil 4 cups of water.

 Pour in 1 cup of steel cut oats. Let this simmer uncovered for about 30 minutes.  Give it an occasional stir.  Once it starts to thicken, add 1/3 cup of brown sugar.

 After 30 minutes, gently stir in some berries.  I used some of the blueberries that The Blog Tech and I picked last summer.

 Keep warm until you serve them.

 Scoop some into a warm bowl.


And drizzle them with maple syrup.  A warm blanket in a bowl.

Comments

greekwitch said…
You froze them yourself? I have never thought of that, as i have never thought of putting the squash in the microwave for a couple of minutes to peel it easier. Do you think it can work with tomatoes too?
I am so going to experiment today with my microwave. I love learning tricks!!!
I had semolina porridge instead, mostly because I didn't have any oats at home :-)
Power and water is back to normal again, I hope we won't have any storm like this in a very long time again :-)

'Have a great day!
Christer.
Guillaume said…
That looks really delicious. You make me want to make more desserts and meals with blueberries, the emblematic fruit of my region.
Laurie M said…
yum, I have oats every morning a blanket in a bowl, I like that!
Mary Ann said…
A perfect breakfast for my husband!
1st Man said…
We just had it this morning! Though I didn't know Quaker had steel cut now. We usually get McCann's. I would guess there is pretty much no difference.

We used some dewberries we had in the freezer.

Love it! The description of a warm blanket is perfect.
Alice said…
I've often made oatmeal in my mini crock-pot the night before and its ready to eat in the morning. Yes, there is some waste where it sticks to the side but worth it to have a hot breakfast ready to eat. plus you could probably give the crusty bit to your pigs or horses and they would love it.
TARYTERRE said…
A recipe straight out of my childhood. I can almost taste it.
Kay said…
This looks like a fun change from our regular oatmeal.
Patty Woodland said…
The hubby would love this. His favorite fruit is blueberries