White Chocolate Oatmeal Recipe

About This Recipe

Happy Friday! or more accurately HAPPY FLOAT MY OATS FRIDAY! Im so excited to share with you this White Chocolate Oatmeal Recipe. I haven’t posted an oatmeal recipe for a couple of weeks because I have been complete obsessed with my Hot Cocoa Oatmeal. So obsessed, that I couldn’t bare to make any other kind of oatmeal for weeks. You can find my hot cocoa oatmeal recipe here.  You are welcome in advance.  In a couple of weeks, when you too are finally over your inevitable hot cocoa oatmeal love affair, come back here.  Because creamy, light, white chocolate oatmeal is the perfect rebound.

Oatmeal for Dessert

Yesterday I started telling my friend about this little gem of a recipe. She said “sounds like a dessert.”  For the record, a lot of my recipes do border on dessert.  I mean hot fudge Sunday oatmeal isn’t even border line, its a full on dessert.   Since I love dessert, oatmeal is a better way to satisfy my sweet tooth than with say a cookie or brownie.  Steal cut oats are a good source of protein, soluble and unsoluble fiber, and vitamins and minerals.   One cup of cooked oatmeal has about 170 calories.  The white chocolate cocoa mix adds about 90 calories.  Then add in the toppings and you still have a meal under 500 calories. A meal that stays with you longer and satisfies that sweet tooth.

White Chocolate Oatmeal Recipe

This Instant Pot white chocolate oatmeal recipe is super easy and has the perfect hint of sweet, creamy white chocolate. Related

Ingredients

  • 1 c steel cut oats
  • 3 c almond milk
  • 1/2 c Stephens Gourmet White Chocolate Hot Cocoa Mix
  • 1/4 c whipped cream
  • 1/4 c berries
  • 2 tbsp. white chocolate chips
  • 1 tbsp. buttermilk syrup to drizzle
  • 1 tbsp. granola

Instructions

  1. In an Instant Pot / pressure cooker add oatmeal and almond milk. Lock lid in place. Turn vent to "sealing." Press the STEAM button and set timer to 10 minutes. Once finished, allow to vent naturally for about 10 minutes. Then turn vent to "venting."
  2. Stir cooked oatmeal, then add in white chocolate hot cocoa mix and stir.
  3. top with whipped cream, fruit, drizzle with butter milk syrup, and sprinkle with white chocolate chips and granola.

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