Crockpot Pumpkin Oatmeal Recipe

Throw in the ingredients before bed and wake up to a house smelling like pumpkin!!  Delicious and hot right before work, you've GOT to try this crockpot pumpkin oatmeal recipe!!!!!!

I love the fall.  Although it was 90 degrees today, nothing says autumn than the leaves falling, the temperatures falling and the delicious smell of pumpkin.  We LOVE pumpkin in our home, and as they being to show up in stores, this is one of our favorite things to make.  Now I’m not a huge oatmeal fan, and I normally would not try and make oatmeal in a crockpot, but my wife and I are both super busy in the mornings!  This recipe offers the perfect balance of time and taste, and trust me it’s AMAZING.

Throw in the ingredients before bed and wake up to a house smelling like pumpkin!!  Delicious and hot right before work, you've GOT to try this crockpot pumpkin oatmeal recipe!!!!!!

This is a simple and delicious pumpkin oatmeal recipe.  I initially was a little worried about the oatmeal, but it held up well in the crockpot.  This is super simple, which is something I love about this recipe.  Literally, just throw all the ingredients into the crockpot and walk away, go to sleep, wake up to the comforting smell of pumpkin.  You get HOT FAST breakfast without having to worry about being late for work.  Yea, my kinda recipe.

If you love oatmeal and pumpkin, try this out and let me know what you think!

Throw in the ingredients before bed and wake up to a house smelling like pumpkin!!  Delicious and hot right before work, you've GOT to try this crockpot pumpkin oatmeal recipe!!!!!!
Trust me, it not only looks delicious, it IS DELICIOUS!!  Try it!

Hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we do!!!

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Crockpot Pumpkin Oatmeal
 
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'Tis the season for pumpkin! Have you ever had pumpkin oatmeal?! Its so delicious and putting it in the crockpot the night before will allow you to wake up to a house smelling like the season AND a quick and easy breakfast! What more could you ask for! Try this recipe out, you won't be disappointed!
Serves: 6-8
Ingredients
  • 1 cup of steel cut oats
  • 2 cups of milk
  • ¼ cup of agave (or ½ cup of sugar)
  • 1 tsp of vanilla
  • 1 small can of pumpkin
  • 1 tbsp of chia seeds
  • 2 tsp of pumpkin pie spice
  • 4 tbsp of butter
Instructions
  1. Add all ingredients to the crockpot and cook on low overnight.
  2. Just before going to bed turn it on, and it should be ready in the morning, 6-8 hours later!

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Comments

  1. Ceci says

    I made this recipe this morning- it smelled so good, but when I looked inside the crock pot, all the edges were burned! The middle was yummy, though! I suppose I should have sprayed the pot with Pam or something before adding the ingredients.

  2. Teresa says

    In regards to the edges burning, I saw a similar recipe where the blogger used a “double boiler” method – put the ingredients in a glass bowl, set that in the crock pot, & surround it with water. I have not done it myself yet.
    Using vanilla almond milk instead of milk, will cut back on the sugar in the difference of sugar between milk & the vanilla almond milk. Does that sound right? I’m not very experienced at this.

  3. Stephanie Ballentine says

    I made this last night using the double boiler method and it was AMAZING! It tasted just like pumpkin pie filling!! Thanks for the recipe!

    • marisa says

      Jenn,
      Chia seeds are full of omega 3′s and are very popular right now. You can definitely omit them. But if you have flaxseed, just replace the chia seeds with them. Same amount and everything. Good luck!

  4. Kristin says

    So if I save the leftovers in the fridge will it still be good if I have to microwave it? I’m the only one in my family who will be eating this and I don’t want it to go to waste.

  5. Adena says

    In the past I have had issues with crockpot oatmeal getting burned. But have since made it with the crockpot on the warm setting. It’s perfect.

  6. Frank says

    Can I please ask why all your pumpkin recipes use canned pumpkin? I live in Australia and we eat fresh pumpkin…….we buy or grow it, pick it, and cook it……I am just curious?

  7. Kelly says

    Size matters…as in what size slow cooker was used for the original recipe? Since every slow cooker cooks differently (some cook hotter than others) it is helpful to consider that when trying out a new recipe. I can’t wait to try it.

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