If you love apple pie or apple crumble, you’ll LOVE Warm Apple and Oat Breakfast. Loaded with warm apples, cinnamon, and topped with oats, this breakfast is comforting, healthy, and deliciously satisfying.
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Mornings can get busy. Between getting everyone dressed, washed, and out the door, eating breakfast can sometimes feel like a rush. Sure, you can grab something as you head out, but there is nothing like a warm breakfast.
Honestly, I’m not a morning person. In my younger days, I used to set my alarm with just enough time to get ready and out the door. My breakfast smoothie and lunch was already made the night before. All I needed to do was grab it. Seriously, I had it down to such a science, I could wake up and be out the door within 15 minutes. Bing, bang, boom!
With two kiddos now, 15 minutes is definitely not enough time to get us all ready in the morning. But simple breakfasts still are. While I could whip up smoothies for all of us, now that I’m a mom, I treasure our morning breakfasts together. It’s a wonderful time to check in with each other. How was your sleep? What did you dream about? Do we have any after school plans? What fun things are coming up?
Mornings just seem to have a fun, chatty buzz to them. Which is completely opposite to my earlier breeze through the morning and rush out the door routine.
But, I still look for ways to make our morning’s easier. Doesn’t everyone want that! My newest solution, a pressure cooker.
Before getting ready, I pop over to the kitchen, throw everything into the pot and let it work its magic. Seriously, this pressure cooker is magical. (We use this model).
When I’m making a Warm Apple and Oat Breakfast, I chop up the apples the night before (back to me not being a morning person), quickly mix up the oats, and throw it all together. By the time we’re ready for breakfast, it is warm and waiting for us.
Unlike a stovetop or oven baked breakfast, I don’t need to worry about it burning or overcooking when I walk away. With the Cosori pressure cooker, it stops cooking when it’s done. So, whenever I’m ready, breakfast is too. It’s warm and waiting for me – just like magic!
Warm Apple and Oat Breakfast is amazing on its own. With the flavour of baked apples and clumps of oats on top, it has a lightly sweet and comforting flavour. As the apples warm and begin to soften, their flavours meld into apple perfection – sweet, satisfying, and mouthwateringly succulent. When they are cooked with cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, and pure maple syrup they become even better.
There’s no guilt with this skinny breakfast meal, it’s made without any oil or butter. The pressure cooker uses water to quickly cook the apples and oats into a wonderfully tasty dish. In the end, you have a dish that’s low fat, lower sugar, and a seriously feel good meal. Tasty, healthy and delicious – that’s one perfect breakfast!
When you serve Warm Apple and Oat Breakfast with vanilla Greek yogurt, this breakfast gets even better. The combination of cold yogurt and warm apples and oats, makes this healthy breakfast feel like a dessert.
If there is any leftover, you also enjoy it as a healthy ice cream topping. Or, you can even eat it cold the next morning. Warm Apple and Oat Breakfast can be enjoyed in so many different and delicious ways.
With a meal this healthy and tasty, your family will be asking for Warm Apple and Oat Breakfast again and again. I know mine is!Print
Warm Apple and Oat Breakfast
If you love apple pie or apple crumble, this is the breakfast for you. Warm Apple and Oat Breakfast is loaded with warm apples, cinnamon, and topped with oats. Talk about a breakfast that is comforting, healthy, and deliciously satisfying.
- Prep Time: 10 mins
- Cook Time: 8 mins
- Total Time: 18 mins
- Yield: 5 1x
- 5 cups apples, diced (5 apples)
- 1 cup water
- 3/4 cup old fashioned oats
- 1/4 cup flour
- 2 tablespoons maple syrup
- 2 and 1/2 teaspoons cinnamon (divided)
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
- 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg
- In a medium bowl, combine apples, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla. Set aside.
- In a small bowl, combine oats, flour, 1 and 1/2 teaspoons cinnamon, and maple syrup.
- Add apples to pressure cooker. Cover with water,
- Spoon oat mixture on top.
- Bake on high for 8 minutes.
- Let sit for a couple minutes before using a quick release.
- Serve and enjoy.
If you love breakfast food, you may also enjoy Maple Mini Muffin Pancakes
What’s your favourite way to start your days? Do you enjoy warm breakfast food? Have you tried Warm Apple and Oat Breakfast?