Instant Pot Low FODMAP Steel Cut Oats make use of the handy-dandy pressure cooker and offer a more hands-off approach to this popular whole grain breakfast option. They’re deliciously flavored with just a touch of maple syrup and cinnamon.
- 1 cup steel cut oats (gluten-free steel cut oats for gluten-free)
- 2 cups water
- ¼ cup maple syrup (or to taste)
- 1 tsp. cinnamon (or to taste)
Optional Serving Suggestions
- Low FODMAP milk (lactose-free, almond, etc.)
- Low FODMAP fruit (strawberries, blueberries, sliced banana)
- Low FODMAP nuts (pecans, walnuts, etc.)
- Add steel cut oats and water into the Instant Pot and stir to mix. Place the lid on top of the Instant Pot and secure. Set vent to “Sealing”.
- Select the “Manual” setting on the Instant Pot. Adjust the time to 4 minutes on “High Pressure” and cook. After cooking, let the pressure naturally release for 20 minutes before carefully switching the vent to “Venting” and releasing any remaining pressure.
- After the pressure is fully released, remove the lid. Stir in maple syrup and cinnamon.
- Serve warm or store in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.
Steel Cut Oats: A low FODMAP serving of oat groats/steel cut oats is a ¼ cup or 60 grams.
Optional Serving Suggestions: All of the foods listed have low FODMAP serving sizes. Please refer to the Monash University FODMAP app for the appropriate low FODMAP serving sizes. On a personal note, I like to serve mine with a little bit of unsweetened almond milk and chopped pecans.
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