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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

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Julie
Julie
9 years ago

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

Ali field
Ali field
9 years ago

Could you do this with oats for oatmeal too?

Andrea
Andrea
9 years ago

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

Cedric
Cedric
9 years ago

Would this work with Farina?

nikki
nikki
9 years ago

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

Kami
Kami
9 years ago

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

Laura
Laura
9 years ago

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
Kristine
8 years ago

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
Mary
8 years ago

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
DAN
7 years ago

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

Christine
Christine
7 years ago

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
Dan
7 years ago

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

Meegs
Meegs
6 years ago
Reply to  Dan

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.

Karin Simard
Karin Simard
6 years ago
Reply to  Dan

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.

R. Winter
R. Winter
5 years ago
Reply to  Dan

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.

Kass
Kass
7 years ago

Would it cook the same with almond milk?

Cindy
Cindy
6 years ago

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

djljejm
djljejm
6 years ago

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. 🙁

Deborah Vanderniet
Deborah Vanderniet
1 year ago

I combine equal parts cream of wheat, unprocessed wheat bran, and unprocessed wheat germ. (Available on Amazon and other places.) Then I cook 6 tablespoons of this cereal mixture in 1 1/4 cup water for 2-3 minutes. This blend is high in fiber, vitamin E, B vitamins such as folate; and it tastes SO GOOD! 🙂

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