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**Slow Cooker Pecan Pie Oatmeal

Slow Cooker Pecan Pie Oatmeal

  • Cooking Time:

    7–9 hours
  • Servings:

    6

Ingredients

1 c. pecans, chopped and divid­ed
1–1/2 c. oat­meal (use rolled oats or steel cut oats ONLY)
4–1/2 c. milk
3/4 c. dark brown sug­ar
1/4 c. but­ter, unsalt­ed, or 1/2 stick
1 tsp. vanil­la extract

My fam­i­ly LOVES wak­ing up to Oat­meal, and the Slow Cook­er Pecan Pie Oat­meal is no dif­fer­ent! You can imag­ine the won­der­ful aro­ma you will wake up to!

  1. In a small skil­let, melt the but­ter and toast pecans over medi­um to low heat. (you don’t want to burn them)
  2. Stir­ring fre­quent­ly, watch care­ful­ly to avoid burn­ing.
  3. Reserve 1/4 c. pecans for serv­ing.
  4. Com­bine 3/4 c. pecans and remain­ing ingre­di­ents in the crock of a 4 quart slow cook­er.
  5. Cov­er. Cook on Low for 7–9 hours. (My slow cook­er is pro­gram­ma­ble, so I set it for 8 hours. When it is done it turns to Warm.)

NOTE: Serve with the reserved toast­ed pecans on top.

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Crock Pot Pecan Pie Oatmeal

Jenn Bare is a Mom, Chef & the Crock-Pot® Girl. She hosts a weekly "Mom Monday" segment on ABC-15 in Phoenix. Jenn is the founder of GetCrocked, the #1 resource for slow cooking with over 1.5 million online followers. She innovates recipes daily with her favorite tool in the kitchen, the Crock-Pot® slow cooker.

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Erin
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Erin

This sounds absolute­ly amaz­ing… can you please tell me how many serv­ings are in what you have list­ed above? I can’t seem to find it unless I’m over­look­ing it some­where! I pre­sume this could be dou­bled depend­ing on how many peo­ple the above recipe serves?

Thanks!

Mimi
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Mimi

have you ever dou­bled this recipe. Would love to do for fam­i­ly break­fast at church

Gracie
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Gracie

3 words apply to this recipe…OMG!!! I could not stop ‘pick­ing’ at it after it was cooked. It is so yum­my and com­fort­ing. I switched up the recipe a bit…coconut oil instead of but­ter (’cause I did­nt have any avail­able), 1/2 cup of egg whites (for an extra hit of pro­tein) and about 1.5 tsp of cin­na­mon (’cause whats oat­meal with­out cin­na­mon). This will cer­tain­ly be on heavy rota­tion in our house­hold. Thanks CPG!

Rebecca
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Rebecca

I want to try this for my fam­i­ly. Won­der­ing if I can sub­sti­tute the brown sug­ar for agave or hon­ey.

Denise
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Denise

This looks so yum­my! Can’t wait to try it. One ques­tion, though: is that 1 1/2c dry oats or cooked oat­meal? I’m assum­ing with the amount of milk called for, that it’s dry oats or steel-cut oats.

Jackelynn
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Jackelynn

What size crock pot should be used? I only have a 6 quart one.

Lisa
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Lisa

This recipe sounds won­der­ful. But there’s a lot of sug­ar. Is there a way to make it health­i­er with­out so much sug­ar and but­ter?

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Char
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Char

Could you use water or almond milk to help reduce calo­ries?

Bonnie
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Bonnie

Just won­der­ing if I can use pure oats which are gluten free?

RA Bailey
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RA Bailey

I would love to try this — and have a ques­tion that has NOT been answered — since there are only 2 of us in the house­hold, it will make more than we can put away in one sit­ting — opti­mal­ly, any­way. Is this some­thing I can make and then it just needs to be nuked in the sub­se­quent morn­ings?

Sandra Kaczanowcke
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Sandra Kaczanowcke

I am look­ing for recipes for 1 or 2 serv­ings. I have one of the lit­tle Dip size serv­ing crock pots.…no tem­per­a­ture con­trols, just plug it in. Do you have or do you know where I could find any recipes for this? Espe­cial­ly break­fast and desserts.
Thank you for any help.

Erika
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Erika

How much does this expand while cook­ing? Is a 3 qt cook­er big enough?

Kristy
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Kristy

I just have quick oats. Will that work?

Hannah DeFore
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Hannah DeFore

How long will this stay fresh in the refrig­er­a­tor and can you freeze it?

Judy
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Mak­ing this now. I didn’t notice the recipe calls for unsalt­ed but­ter untill it was too late lol. Is it ok to use salt­ed but­ter?

Debbob
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Debbob

So are Rolled Oats the same as Old Fash­ioned? I did­nt find info on the con­tain­er.….

Judy
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Thanks it was yum­my!! You Crock!! Lol

Kristin
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Kristin

I made this last night put it on at 930 it was burnt to a crisp by 6. It smelled so deli­cious all night I’m not sure what hap­pened? I put it in for 8 hours than my croc goes to warm. So sad 🙁

MomOfThree
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MomOfThree

Unfor­tu­nate­ly, this was a huge flop in my house. I cooked it on low for 7 hours and when we came down for break­fast it was also a burnt mess. Still love the con­cept. Will try it again some oth­er day in a dif­fer­ent crock to see if it helps.

Traci
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Traci

Do you need to melt the but­ter first?

Christina K
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Christina K

So I made this and put it in the night before. I woke up to oat­meal mush. And the fla­vor just wasn’t as great as I had hoped I fol­lowed the direc­tions to a T. What did I do wrong?

Ginny
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Ginny

thats a shame that every slow cook­er cooks dif­fer­ent­ly. They should all be basi­cal­ly the same. It always seems like my crock­pots cook hot. Always enjoy your recipes CPG

Liz P
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Liz P

The first time I made this in my crock pot and it was OK — prob­a­bly over cooked. The sec­ond time I used my fuzzy log­ic rice cook­er that has a por­ridge set­ting. I let the steel cut oats soak in the milk in the fridge overnight and then added the remain­ing ingre­di­ents in the morn­ing. It is the best oat­meal I’ve ever had. Thanks for post­ing this!

Kit
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Kit

Can I use apple­sauce instead of but­ter?

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