We love oats. Oat flour, rolled oats, steel cut oats, and most recently, whole oat groats. They take a long time to cook, but they keep us full for a long time after breakfast! The texture is fun, too! This recipe is simple as it gets, but I love it because it uses… once again… the rice cooker! Push a button, and, an hour later with no fuss, breakfast is served!
1 cup oat groats/ 水洗燕麦仁
3 cups water
optional toppings: raw buckwheat (a new favorite here!), hemp seeds, Craisins, peanut butter, chocolate chips, fruit, honey, etc.
Directions and Notes
1. Pour the oat groats into a rice cooker and rinse them, pouring off as much excess water as possible.
2. Add the 3 cups of water and set the rice cooker to “cook.”