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25 Crockpot Oatmeal Recipes To Experiment With

A delicious bowl of savory or sweet oatmeal in the mornings, or even in the evenings as a snack after work or school, it can be much more delicious and full of special flavors than you realize. Oatmeal can and does come in a variety of styles, and one way to experiment is by making them in the crockpot.

So let’s have a peek at 25 crockpot oatmeal recipes to experiment with and have the entire family dive into!

1. Apple Cinnamon

Apple Cinnamon Crockpot Oatmeal

Check out this overnight oatmeal recipe from The Yummy Life which combines two of our favorite, comfort flavors: apple and cinnamon!

2. Hot Chocolate

Hot Chocolate Oatmeal Crockpot Recipe

How does hot chocolate sound in the morning? Nosh On It shows us how to bring our favorite sweet right into our early morning breakfast routine.

3. Irish

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You’ll be using steel cut oats and a bit of cinnamon to make this morning bowl. Vegan in the Freezer suggests that you add a bit of maple syrup over top before serving.

4. Banana Bread

Banana Bread Oatmeal Crockpot

i heart eating gives us a hearty bowl of oatmeal with the same cozy qualities of the warm slice of freshly baked banana bread.

5. Cinnamon Raisin

Cinnamon Raisin Oatmeal Crockpot

Check out this overnight oats recipe from the The Kitchen Magpie. This too uses cinnamon but with the addition of raisins for a healthy but satisfying bite for you and the kids.

6. Pumpkin Pie

Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal Crockpot

Food Doodles gives us everything we love about fall dessert and serves in up for breakfast! Grab all the details and let us know how your pumpkin pie oatmeal goes over with the family.

7. Blueberry Muffin

Blueberry-Muffin-Oatmeal

Simple Hacks created a gorgeous blueberry muffin oatmeal that will make you salivate just by looking at the photo. This is a great meal idea for all year long, especially blueberry lovers!

8. Cranberry Apple

Cranberry Apple Oatmeal Crockpot

Apples and cranberries go together like peanut butter and jelly and Slow Roasted Italian  shows us how to utilize that pairing for a morning delight by creating oatmeal with them!

9. Peanut Butter & Banana

Crock-Pot-Peanut-Butter-Banana-Oatmeal

This is another great pairing when it comes to snacking and even better when it comes to breakfast. Of course, you can have a bowl of oatmeal after work, as a homework study snack or after a night at the gym! Check out the details at Julie’s Eats and Treats.

10. Spiced Vanilla Pear

Vanilla Pear Spice Oatmeal Crockpot

Boys Ahoy  made a vanilla-pear spice oatmeal that sounds just as wonderful as it tastes. Personally, we’ve tried this and the family couldn’t get enough! It’s a special treat no matter the occasion.

11. Carrot Cake & Zucchini Bread

CarrotCakeOatmeal

86 Lemons takes two yummy treats and makes an oatmeal out of them. And the best part is the health factor and versatile here as it’s soy-free, gluten-free and vegan too!

12. German Chocolate

German Chocolate Oatmeal Crockpot Recipe

Here’s a wonderful way to wake up the family for the first day of school, birthdays, holiday or any of special occasion. It’s dessert that you can eat in the morning! Check out the details at i heart eating.

13. Vanilla Bean

Vanilla Bean Crockpot Oatmeal

The Nutritious Kitchen makes a killer vanilla bean overnight oatmeal. And the best part is all of the toppings you have the ability to add and personalize with!

14. Almond Butter & Honey

Almond butter and honey oatmeal

Here’s a light mix that will fill you up, satisfy your taste buds and make your mornings so much better. Hop on over to The View from Great Island and grab the recipe for this almond butter and honey oatmeal.

15. Peaches and Cream

Slow-cooker-Peaches-and-Cream-Steel-Cut-Oatmeal

Peaches and cream makes for the perfect spring of summer bite. Gather the family and have everything help put this together and wake up with something a bit special to enjoy for breakfast. Find it all out at The Healthy Maven.

16. Eggnog

Eggnog Oatmeal Crockpot Recipe

A great holiday recipe, but one that can be used all winter without shame or guilt, this eggnog oatmeal can be a real showstopper. Gather the ingredients and directions at Back to Her Roots.

17. Pumpkin Spice

Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal Crockpot

The Skinny Fork makes a pumpkin spice oatmeal that will make anyone who loves fall flavors completely melt. And the added dark chocolate chips only enhance the richness and warmth of it all.

18. Banana Chocolate

Slow-Cooker-Banana-Chocolate-Steel-Cut-Oats

Allow Cozy Country Living to take you to heaven with this chocolate oatmeal and banana topping that will absolutely knock your socks off. Indulge a little!

19. Peach

Peach Crockpot Oatmeal

Yummy Health Easy gives us all a simple, easy recipe for peach crockpot oatmeal without and fuss. It’s healthy, easy to make year round and a sure favorite among every family member.

20. Maple Brown Sugar

Maple-and-Brown-Sugar-Oatmeal

Here’s another classic oatmeal flavor that you can create easily right at home. Just hop on over to Briana Thomas and check it out.

21. Strawberry Banana

Crockpot-strawberry-banana-oatmeal

Moms with Crockpots mixes two favorite fruits for a burst of morning flavor. This is another great recipe that can be tweaked and used year round.

22. Pecan Pie

Overnight-Pecan-Pie-Oatmeal

i heart eating really knows how to make oatmeal, in a variety of amazing flavors. And this pecan pie overnight recipe will really shake up your morning!

23. Banana Coconut

banana-coconut-oatmeal

Sweet and light, you’ve got to jump over to Ilona’s Passion and try your hand at making this banana coconut oatmeal for the family. You’ll love it’s ease and unique taste for your mornings.

24. Raspberry

Raspberry Oatmeal Crockpot

Cooking with Jax takes my personal favorite fruit and uses it to make oatmeal a bit more fun! Check out the easy steps and learn how to utilize your crockpot for this dish.

25. Cranberry Orange

Cranberry-Orange-Steel-Cut-Oats-

Here’s a recipe that adds a bit of orange into the oatmeal fun. Head on over to Amy in the Kitchen to get all the ingredients and details.

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