How to Cook Old-Fashioned Oatmeal in a Rice Cooker

Old-fashioned oatmeal, cooked slowly for 20 minutes or longer, makes it smooth and creamy, which is significantly higher than a bag of ready-to-eat oatmeal. Unfortunately, many chefs can't stand standing by the stove and stirring for 20 minutes. But creative oatmeal enthusiasts have found ways to prepare fresh, hot oatmeal using convenient appliances such as slow cookers and rice cookers. Slow pot method needs to be planned beforehand, but you can improvise oatmeal in a rice cooker when you re-bathe and dress.

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