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Wake up to a taste of old-fashioned goodness with a bowl of steel cut oats that tastes just like apple pie!MORE+LESS-

Updated February 10, 2020

4

cups steel cut oats, cooked according to package directions

1

tablespoon apple pie spice

1

carton Yoplait® Light yogurt Fat Free apple turnover

8

tablespoons pure maple syrup

Red and green apple slices for garnish

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    Stir butter and apple pie spice into hot cooked oats. Spoon into four serving dishes.

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    Top oatmeal with apple pie filling, a scoop of apple turnover yogurt, and a drizzle of 2 tablespoons of maple syrup.

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    Garnish with a sprinkle of apple pie spice and fresh apple slices. Serve immediately and enjoy.

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More About This Recipe

  • Wake up! This simple Apple Pie Oatmeal gives your breakfast a fall makeover that's just delish.Pull out your straw hat and paint on some freckles. We're about to go all Tom & Huck for breakfast will bowls of Apple Pie Oatmeal. A little country, a little old-fashioned goodness, all in one bowl!Don't you love recipes with simple ingredients? So do we! Hearty steel cut oats, apple pie filling, apple pie spice, maple syrup, and creamy Yoplait.Top with any flavor of Yoplait™, but let's be honest here. This baby is begging for a spoonful of the Apple Turnover yogurt. Or the creamy vanilla Yoplait™ Greek. Dollop it on top and prepare the utensils!A quick garnish of apple pie spice and fresh red and green apple slices make it all purty as a picture. Now, dive on in and enjoy. Apple pie was made for breakfast!
  • Yoplait is a registered trademark of YOPLAIT MARQUES (France) used under license.

Leftovers of this oatmeal are delicious and microwave in about a minute, making a good breakfast on the run.

2 medium apples, peeled, cored and diced

3 cups unsweetened apple juice or water

1 teaspoon apple pie spice

1/4 teaspoon salt, optional

1 1/2 cups whole oats (old-fashioned, not quick or instant)

In medium saucepan, melt butter over medium heat and add apple. Saute 2 minutes, until apple pieces begin to soften. Add juice (or water if using), brown sugar, apple pie spice and salt if desired and bring to a boil stir in oats.

Return to a boil reduce heat to medium-low. Cook 5 minutes or until most of juice is absorbed, stirring occasionally. Let stand until desired consistency is reached and cool slightly before serving. Add half-and-half just before serving.


How to Make Apple Pie Oatmeal

Bring the water and salt to a boil in a medium saucepan over high heat.

Whisk in the oatmeal. It's important to whisk it in, otherwise you'll get little clumps in your cooked oatmeal.

Add the apple, raisins, pecans, and cinnamon. Stir well. Reduce the heat to a simmer and cook 5-6 minutes or until the water is mostly absorbed and the oats are tender.

Serve topped with brown sugar and cream.

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Apple Pie Oatmeal Bars

APPLE PIE OATMEAL BARS are delicious, serve it with a scoop of ice cream warm out of the oven or cold for a special morning treat!

We’ve had a taste of Fall up here in Oregon this past week and I needed it. Temperatures kept rising higher and higher until we hit 102! We got out of dodge that day and headed to the coast. (People will correct you if you call the coast the beach here in Oregon.) It was a great day with the kids exploring the jelly fish that washed up and throwing the football. After that, the rain came in and temps fell back to the 70’s. It was perfect because I stated to feel under the weather and I only wanted soup. There is no way I can eat soup in hot temps! Once I was feeling better I was so excited to get back to the kitchen and start some cooking. I love the ramp up to Fall dishes. I started to think about making an oatmeal breakfast but that somehow morphed into a dessert. I’ll be honest though, I don’t need much of an excuse to eat apple pie for breakfast when it’s in the house, so making it into an oatmeal bar is like a license to treat myself!

Apple Pie Oatmeal Bars really are very easy to make. It takes just a few minutes to make the apple pie filling and the oatmeal mixture comes together VERY fast! The longest, toughest part is waiting for it to finish baking so you can steal a nibble. The oatmeal mixture is sweet, buttery and crispy and the apple filling is just the right amount of amazing. You can absolutely go ahead and eat these warm out of the oven with a big scoop of ice cream but know that it will be a bit crumbly. The longer you let it cool the better it will set. I had it both ways and was super happy with both! I’m telling you that you’ll be a superstar if you make these this week! Or if you want to change things up a teensy bit, make Apple Pie Cookie Cups!


Apple Pie Oatmeal

Ingredients

  • 1⁄3 cup gluten-free rolled oats
  • 1 medium Gala apple, peeled, cored, and chopped into 1-inch pieces
  • 1 tbsp chia seeds
  • 1⁄2 cup unsweetened applesauce
  • 1 cup almond milk
  • 1 tsp ground cinnamon, plus more for serving
  • 1⁄4 tsp ground ginger
  • pinch of fine-grain sea salt
  • 1⁄2 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 1 tbsp pure maple syrup, to taste, plus more for serving
  • 1 tbsp chopped walnuts, for serving
  • 1 tbsp hemp seeds, for serving
  • pinch of unsweetened shredded coconut, for serving

Instructions

  1. In a medium saucepan over medium heat, combine the oats, apple, chia seeds, applesauce, almond milk, cinnamon, ginger, and salt. Whisk well to combine. Bring the mixture to a low boil over medium heat. Simmer for 8 to 10 minutes, stirring often.
  2. When the mixture has thickened and the liquid has been absorbed, remove the pan from the heat and stir in the vanilla and maple syrup to taste.
  3. Pour the oatmeal into a bowl and top it with chopped walnuts, hemp seeds, a pinch of cinnamon, a pinch of shredded coconut, and a drizzle of pure maple syrup.

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Apple Pie Oatmeal

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Apple Pie Oatmeal is a great way to start your day in a heart-healthy way!

There’s really no excuse to start you day without a healthy breakfast when something like this lovely oatmeal is so easy to prepare. Oats are full of fiber and their cholesterol-lowering properties are so good for your heart. Make this tomorrow!

To begin, simply dice 2/3 of a cup of fresh apple. Combine the diced apple with a cup of rolled oats and 2 cups of water in a saucepan.

Sprinkle in 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon and 1/4 teaspoon each of nutmeg and allspice. Stir them together and bring them to a gentle boil. Reduce the heat to low and simmer for 10-12 minutes or until the oatmeal is soft and thickened. Remove it from the heat and let it rest for about 2 minutes.

Spoon the oatmeal into your bowl and drizzle in a little bit of local raw honey or a spoonful of brown sugar.


Cook the apple pie filling

Mix the diced apple with lemon juice, sugar, spices and salt, and saute the mixture in melted butter for about 5 minutes until the sugar dissolves completely and the apples are just beginning to soften. Set it aside to cool while you prepare the crust.

Cook the apple filling in a saucepan

Make the dough for the crust and topping

You just need to make 1 dough to use for both the bottom crust and as the crumb topping.

Making the crust and topping in a stand mixer

  1. Add room temperature butter, sugar and vanilla extra to a stand mixer bowl.
  2. Beat until thoroughly combined and light in color.
  3. Mix together flour, rolled oats, apple pie spice and salt, and add the flour mixture to the butter mixture.
  4. Stir until a dough forms.

Assemble the bars for baking

This recipe will bake in a square baking pan. Prepare the pan by brushing it with melted butter or spray with nonstick spray, then line it with a long piece of parchment paper letting the excess hang over the sides. You’ll use the excess as “handles” to lift the baked bars out of the pan later.

Assembling the apple pie bars components for baking

  1. Use about ⅔ to ¾ of the dough made in the previous steps and press it into the bottom of the pan.
  2. Add the cooled apple pie filling on top.
  3. Crumble the rest of the dough and sprinkle on top of the pie filling.

Bake the bars until the crumb topping is lightly brown and the filling is bubbly and caramelized.

Variations, swaps and substitutions

  • You could swap out some of the rolled oats for walnuts or pecans. Or just add some chopped nuts to the remaining dough you’re using as the topping in step 7 above.
  • Use pears instead of apples, or a mixture of both pears and apples.
  • You could even mix some cranberry sauce in with the apple pie filling to make cranberry apple crumb bars.


  • 1/2 cup shortening (I use the butter flavored Crisco)
  • 1/2 cup butter, softened (1 stick)
  • 1 cup light brown sugar
  • 1 cup granulated
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla bean paste, or 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2 cups flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 2 teaspoons apple pie spice
  • 3 cups rolled oats
  • 1/2 cup golden raisins
  • 1 cup dried apples, diced
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. With your mixer, cream together butter and shortening. Add in sugars, vanilla and eggs, beat until fluffy.
  3. Sift together flour, baking soda and apple pie spice. Gradually add it to the mixer until it's incorporated.
  4. Fold in oats, raisins and dried apples.
  5. Scoop rounded dough balls with a small cookie scoop, and place on an ungreased cookie sheet.
  6. Bake for about 9 minutes, or until edges are lightly golden brown. Don't over bake them, or they won't be chewy.
  7. Let rest on cookie sheet for a minute or so, before transferring them to a cooling rack.

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Pie for breakfast? Count us in! This subtly sweet combination of Culinary Tours salted caramel maple syrup and apples will be your new favorite apple oatmeal recipe.

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Servings and Ingredients

Ingredients

Things To Grab

  • 8-or-9-inch pie plate
  • Hy-Vee nonstick cooking spray
  • 2 medium bowls
  • Wire cooling rack

Directions

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Spray an 8-or-9-inch pie plate with nonstick cooking spray set aside.

In a medium bowl, combine apples, oatmeal, cinnamon, maple sprinkle, baking powder, and salt. Stir to combine.

In another medium bowl whisk together, almond milk, maple syrup, vanilla extract, and ginger paste.

Pour almond milk mixture into oatmeal mixture and stir to combine. Pour into prepared pie plate. Bake 30 to 35 minutes, or until oatmeal is set. If oatmeal begins to over brown, cover with aluminum foil.

Allow to cool slightly on a wire rack. To serve, cut into wedges and serve with desired toppings.


Slow Cooker Apple Pie Oatmeal

To say that I’m “not a morning person” would be a gross understatement. In fact, I actually terrify myself in the early hours of the am. It’s not so much the way I look (although that also upsets me), it’s more that my brain only functions at approximately 2% of its genius(?) potential for the first half hour that I’m awake. As you can imagine, this has many unfortunate consequences. Let’s discuss, shall we?

I’m roused each weekday at 7am by the excruciating sound of my iPhone alarm. I then burrito myself in the covers (my roommate has already left for work) and press snooze somewhere between two and eleven times. When I feel sufficiently guilty about the snoozing, I crawl out of bed and stumble to the kitchen. It is not uncommon to stub multiple toes or knock over furniture on the way like a (very pretty and petite) elephant in a china shop.

Once I get to the kitchen, I commence coffee making. I know it’s going to be a good day if I have actual coffee filters (I’m regularly forced to use paper towels à la Reality Bites) and do not get coffee grounds anywhere except in the coffee maker itself. While the coffee is brewing, I prep breakfast. Occasionally there are overnight oats or chia pudding in the fridge, but most mornings I throw together some sort of yogurt situation with fruit and chia seeds (because chia seeds are miraculous).

My body feels like it’s filled with cement while I perform these tasks.

I then make my way back to bed with coffee and breakfast in hand to do social media hour and get crumbs in the sheets. (This makes Logan very angry, despite my repeated explanations that early morning Serena is not playing with a full deck and cannot be held responsible for her behavior or spilling habits. She’s basically blackout.) Oh, and my entire “routine” is performed wearing nothing but my retainers, which is why I will never do reality TV.

Anyhoo, mornings are clearly the absolute worst part of my day, and they’re bound to get even more painful with the onset of colder, darker weather. That’s why I made Slow Cooker Apple Pie Oatmeal. It’s going to save me.

I’ve always been intrigued by slow cooker oatmeal, but for one reason or another, I’ve never taken the plunge. Fortunately (for all of us), buying oats to make energy balls a couple weeks ago reminded me of the idea, and on Tuesday night, I finally gave it a go. I had a bushel of honeycrisp apples chillaxing on my counter, so a couple of those bad boys went into the slow cooker with some steel cut oats, warming spices, almond milk, coconut oil, hemp seeds and a dash of vanilla. I gave everything a stir, put the lid on, and set the timer for 7 hours. Then I went to bed.

When I emerged from my blanket burrito the next morning, I was confused. Something was different. It took me a while to realize that it was the air…

The entire apartment was perfumed with the sweet, sweet scent of cinnamon and apples, and I felt like I was inside a pie. (Like I said, my morning brain worries me.) It took me several minutes to remember that I had made slow cooker oatmeal, but as soon as I did, I was Logan-style PSYCHED.

I practically skipped to the kitchen, and when I lifted the lid on the slow cooker, I was greeted with a glorious cloud of apple pie steam (booyah). Sadly, what I saw inside wasn’t quite what I’d imagined. The suspended apples were sort of shriveled and a little scary looking, and the whole shebang was very dark around the edges. I figured I had a failed experiment on my hands (things that sound too good to be true usually are), but I decided to stir things up and see what happened…

MAGIC. Once stirred, the oats became instantly creamy and perfect, and the browned bits around the edges of the slow cooker were actually a delightful taste treat. Not unlike the chewy corner pieces of a baked good, they added amazing texture to the oatmeal, which I piled into a bowl and topped with a handful of chopped pecans, a drizzle of maple syrup and extra cinnamon.

Dear God, it was epic. It tasted like apple pie and fall happiness, and I was very sad to be naked and alone in this moment of triumph.

Eating something that tastes like apple pie before 8am is thrilling, duh, but it’s the health benefits of this vegan (and gluten-free!) slow cooker oatmeal that really have me amped. First of all, a serving of steel cut oats packs 5 grams of protein, 4 grams of fiber, and only 150 calories. And adding fiber and antioxidant-rich apples, heart healthy coconut oil, and super food hemp seeds into the mix guarantees that you’ll be full and energized until lunch rolls around. (You should have seen me during yesterday’s social media hour. Mind-blowing productivity!)

The recipe makes four generous servings, which is fantastic news, since leftovers keep perfectly in the fridge and are easily re-heated with a splash of almond milk throughout the week. You could even refrigerate the oatmeal in individually portioned mason jars, throw one in your bag in the morning, and microwave it when you get to work for a sassy desk breakfast. Your cubicle/fancy office will smell like apple pie. EVERYONE LOVES PIE.

Please don’t hesitate to use this oatmeal recipe as a base and get weird with different flavor combinations, friends! I’m thinking a banana-nut version would be bomb, as would pumpkin pie, blueberry-coconut, or maybe some sort of almond butter (with chocolate chips on top?). Variety is the spice of life.

Blogger’s Note: If you’re really digging the idea of this oatmeal but don’t happen to own a slow cooker, relax, I’ve got you covered. Simply put all the ingredients in a Dutch oven or saucepan and pop them in the fridge overnight. In the morning, cook the oats on the stovetop for 7-10 minutes. BOOM.

Slow Cooker Apple Pie Oatmeal: (Serves 4)

Ingredients:
1 cup gluten-free STEEL-CUT OATS (Do NOT use quick-cooking or rolled oats, they will disintegrate!)
2 large apples (or 3 small), peeled, cored and chopped into roughly ¾-inch pieces
1½ cups unsweetened almond milk
2½ cups water
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
¼ teaspoon ground nutmeg
¼ teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons liquid coconut oil (optional)
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
2 tablespoons hemp seeds (You can also use flaxseeds if you prefer.)
2 tablespoons good quality maple syrup
For serving: (optional)
Almond Milk
Chopped pecans
Raisins
Ground cinnamon
Maple syrup or brown sugar

Preparing your Slow Cooker Apple Pie Oatmeal:

-Start by greasing your slow cooker. I rubbed the inside of mine with a couple tablespoons of coconut oil, but you can use cooking spray if you prefer. (Please do not skip this step, people, or you will end up with a literal hot mess on your hands.)

-Add all the ingredients to the slow cooker. Give everything a quick stir.

-Cover and cook on low for 7 hours.

-Give the oatmeal a good stir, making sure to get all the delicious crusty bits off the sides of the slow cooker (they looks scary, but taste delicious). Spoon the oats into bowls and serve warm. I like to get some chopped pecans and extra maple syrup involved…

*Oatmeal can be refrigerated in an airtight container to be eaten throughout the week! Just stir in a little almond milk (or milk of your choice) and re-heat in the microwave or on the stovetop. Bing bang boom.


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