These Steel Cut Oats Obviously Belong in Your Cast Iron Skillet

These Steel Cut Oats Obviously Belong in Your Cast Iron Skillet

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Ariel Knutson
Oct 8, 2014
(Image credit: Feasting at Home )

There are so many ways to make oatmeal: the slow cooker, in a pot on low heat, baked in a deep baking dish, and in the microwave. I've tried many a way, but have yet to make steel cut oats in my cast iron skillet. Dolloped with maple soaked apples and a little butter (if you so choose) this is the fall breakfast of champions.

You start your oats on the stovetop and them move them to the oven to finish. The oatmeal gets delightfully toasted and has a nice nutty, chewy finish. What a great thing to wake up to on the weekend!

Get the Recipe: Skillet Baked Steel Cut Oats with Maple Glazed Apples from Feasting at Home

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