Breakfast Oatmeal is a type of oatmeal that is served in the morning for breakfast. There are many different types of breakfast oatmeal, and these are detailed below in this article. Each type can be made differently and then eaten with different toppings.
The types of Breakfast Oatmeal are:
This type of oatmeal is made up of the same ingredients as your basic oatmeal, but it is cooked in a slow cooker overnight, which makes the oats thicker. The slow cooker itself will cook another meal at the same time which can be eaten any time after that. The slow cooker will stop cooking at 4 am and then begin cooking again at 6 am to prepare breakfast for you. Once it is done you can eat it right away or place in a refrigerator until toasting and serving time.
2.Rise n’ Shine Oats
This type of oatmeal is made with high-protein ingredients such as steel cut oats, dry milk, brown sugar, and dried cranberries to create a hearty breakfast. It is then topped off with dried fruit and nuts. This type of oatmeal can also be made with different ingredients, such as flavored yogurt and fruit to turn it into a delicious smoothie.
This type of oatmeal is made the night before, so the next morning you just need to take it out of the refrigerator and pour over some milk or add your favorite topping. It is extremely easy, fast, healthy and cheap to make. A great way to start your day! This can be eaten cold or warmed up in the microwave for a few seconds.
4.Slow Cooker Oats
These are all cooked in a slow cooker as well, but instead of cooking overnight they cook for only 4 hours which makes them very consistent. The ingredients can be mixed together in the morning and then set in the slow cooker to cook all day. They usually serve 4-5 people, so it’s best to buy a bigger size when you are making this for a party.