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**Slow Cooker Cream of Wheat

Slow Cooker Cream of Wheat

  • Cooking Time:

    8 hours on Low
  • Servings:

    4

Ingredients

2/3 c. cream of wheat
3 3/4 c. water
1/2 tsp. salt
Maple syrup or brown sugar to taste

Slow Cook­er Cream of Wheat is great to wake up to in the morn­ing, and send­ing your kid­dos off to school with a warm break­fast is won­der­ful!

  1. Com­bine all ingre­di­ents inside slow cook­er.
  2. Cov­er. Cook for 7–8 hours on Low.

NOTE: Top with your favorite fruit!

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Crock Pot Cream of Wheat

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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Julie
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Julie

I make C of W with milk. Would the mea­sure­ments be the same?

Ali field
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Ali field

Could you do this with oats for oat­meal too?

Andrea
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Andrea

Would this work with the “instant” vari­ety of CofW? Or does it need to be the con­ven­tion­al kind?

Cedric
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Cedric

Would this work with Fari­na?

nikki
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nikki

How many serv­ings does it make I have a fam­i­ly of four

Kami
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Kami

Can i dou­ble or triple this recipe in one crock pot? I have a reunion com­ing up and we need food in quan­ti­ty.

Laura
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Laura

Hi! How long does this last in the fridge? I’d like to know so I can make a weeks worth and just store it so its ready every morn­ing 🙂 thanks!

Kristine
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Kristine

Can this be frozen? Do you have to make it with salt?

Thanks for ALL these won­der­ful recipes! My life will be so much eas­i­er now that i found you 🙂

Mary
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Mary

HI! I am new to crock­pot cook­ing. What size crock­pot would I need for this? I have a real­ly large one and I think this would burn pret­ty quick­ly.

DAN
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DAN

in the above recipe does 2/3c mean two thirds of a cup or does it mean 2 to 3 cups of CoW ?

Christine
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Christine

Has any­one tried this recipe with milk? I would pre­fer to make it with milk but kind of ner­vous, not sure what would hap­pen to milk that is in the crock pot for that long.

Dan
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Dan

Any one else end up with a sol­id mass of CoW on the bot­tom and hot liq­uid on top?

R. Winter
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R. Winter

2 sug­ges­tions for avoid­ing the sol­id mass and liq­uid on top prob­lem: first, don’t let the cream of wheat sit in cold water very long. I cook mine in a mix­ing bowl in a water bath in the slow cook­er, and I let the water bath heat up first. Sec­ond, try a dif­fer­ent brand of cream of wheat.

Karin Simard
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Karin Simard

End­ed up with a sol­id mass at the bot­tom also. Brand new lit­tle 2 QT slow cook­er pur­chased just for break­fasts. Oat­meal worked out great though. Bum­mer this didn’t.

Meegs
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Meegs

Tried this last night and that’s total­ly what hap­pened to me! It’s still edi­ble, but you have to real­ly stir and smash the sol­id mass into the liq­uid on top. Les­son learned: make dur­ing wak­ing hours and when home, stir­ring con­sis­tent­ly through­out.

Kass
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Kass

Would it cook the same with almond milk?

Cindy
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Cindy

Can you make this ahead and put it in small mason jars to eat through­out the week?

djljejm
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djljejm

I just have to say how extreme­ly dis­ap­point­ed I am! I woke up to find that it was total­ly burnt. I stayed up late so I could time it to have break­fast but found it like that. The only way I can see it work­ing is if you stay up until mid­night for it to be ready by a typ­i­cal break­fast time, or do it dur­ing the day so it can be watched, but I want­ed it for break­fast. 🙁

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