Instant Pot Oatmeal


Make Instant Pot Oatmeal with rolled oats rather than steel-cut for very simple morning meals.

It is a simple, easy-to-make, and healthy recipe to have in breakfast that can be cooked in an instant pot in no time.

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Why should I prefer the Instant Pot over stove-cooked Oats?

Well, either of these is fine when it comes to Oatmeal.

Stove-top Oatmeal isn’t hard either but who wouldn’t like a few minutes spared instead of standing in front of the stove?

Always easier to just chuck the ingredients in the pot and have a cup of coffee meanwhile.

Why Rolled Oats & not Steel-cut?

It is completely on your choice which one you want to have.

Both of these come from a similar grain oat, so they have comparative nourishment content and truly just vary in their handling.

Also see: Instant Pot Steel-Cut Oatmeal – Corrie Cooks

How to serve?

Present with coconut milk, or homemade almond milk for an ideal smooth completion.

What else can I add to my recipe?

Top with bananas, mix in pumpkin, or even apples and cinnamon!

Feel free to add honey or applesauce.

How to cook?

It is easy as pie.. Well, it’s easier than the pie actually 😉

First of all, gather all the ingredients.

Take the apple and cut it into slices.

Take the oats and chuck them into the pot.

Add cinnamon to taste.

Add water & mix well.

Now cook it in Pressure mode for 8 minutes. After it’s cooked release the pressure by quick-release method. The oatmeal will look something like this:

Healthy, toothsome, and appetizing Oatmeal is ready to serve!


More delicious Instant Pot Dishes

Instant Pot Lemon Blueberry Steel Cut Oats – Corrie Cooks

Instant Pot Cinnamon Apple Oats – Corrie Cooks

Instant Pot Steel-Cut Oatmeal – Corrie Cooks


Instant Pot Oatmeal
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Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: international
Keyword: apple, Oatmeal, rolled oats
Prep Time: 2 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 22 minutes
Servings: 4
  • 2 cups rolled oats
  • 1 apple cored and sliced
  • 4 cups water
  • cinnamon to taste
  • Put all the contents in an instant pot.
  • Stir and close the lid.
  • Cook by pressing “rice” function for 20 minutes.
  • Release the pressure quickly.
  • Serve.
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