Healthy Fruit Oatmeal Crock Pot Recipe

The best home air freshener…the winner goes to the Fruit Oatmeal Crock Pot Recipe!

Treat your nose and tummy with this awesome crock pot recipe! This super easy fruit oatmeal crock pot recipe will slow cook into not only a yummy breakfast but also an amazing smelling home each morning! Excite everyone in your home to jump out of bed and follow their nose into the kitchen! And the best part is that you don’t even have to beat everyone to the kitchen! You can sleep in a bit while everyone dishes their own breakfast! Ya right?! Well, I know even when it’s a self-serve breakfast; someone is still needed in the kitchen. After all who is going to press the coffee button 😉 All joking aside, this breakfast is easy, healthy, perfect for the cold winter weather, and most importantly, it’s yummy! (Did I mention that it makes your house smell amazing? Lol.) My mother in-law gave me this idea a few years ago and I can’t thank her enough for it! Thank you to her and you’re welcome for my sharing! :p

So to give your whole family a jump start to their day, let’s get cookin’! This recipe will only take you about 10 minutes the night before and feed my family of 5. See below for what you will need to make this yumminess!


2 cups of your favorite steel cut oats.

½ cup of pecans, chopped.

2 ½ cups of your favorite kind of apple, diced.

½ cup of slivered almonds.

1 cup of dried cranberries.

3 cups of H20.

1 cup of almond milk, unsweetened.

1 tbsp. of ground cinnamon.

2 tsp. of applesause.

1 tsp of pumpkin pie spice.

Who needs to stop at Starbucks when you have an ingredient list like this one that ends up tasting oh so delicious?!

So the next step is personally my favorite part because it is by far the best recipe instruction there is!

Put everything in your crock pot and cook on low for 8 hours. DONE. And this is why I love crock pots and all crock pot recipes, they are just too darn easy! Plus they have the added effect of making you look (and smell) like a super cook!

Then once you have perfected the “throwing everything in a pot” technique then head over to Pinterest and start trying all of the wonderful tasting and wonderful looking recipes there!

Enjoy! Muah!




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