11/1/2012 8:48 PM
The best oatmeal I've ever had! Take 1 cup of oats and 2 cups of water, 1/2 tsp of cinnamon and 1/2 tsp salt. Put in crock pot overnight (or for 8 hours).
Add milk and brown sugar. Enjoy.
I love em
10/4/2012 11:18 PM
I'm about 1/3 way through the 50 lb bag and they're great - I love the texture. My tip for lazy cooking of these is to use a thermos food jar so I don't have to stand in front of a stove for 45 minutes. Half a cup of oats and fill the thermos will boiling water (or adjust the water to how firm/soft you like em). Then just wait about an hour (firm) to an hour and a half and BAM oatmeal. Or start it the night before and it's ready (but a *little* soft for my taste) in the morning.
I like em with honey and maybe a little cream, sometimes I mix an egg into the thermos too, or a bit of fresh or dried fruit like blueberries.
Anna's Magical Oatmeal
7/17/2012 11:10 PM
I have been sharing my groats with friends and Airbnb guests for several years and my success is astounding. Every person I serve it to (with exception of some children) becomes an instant groats-enthusiast and ends up addicted to them.
1 cup oats to 3 cups of water, add a pinch of salt, 1 Tsp. of butter, bring to boil in a stainless steel pot and leave overnight. In the morning it is ready to eat with a touch of blue agave, mounds of mixed berries bananas, nuts and yogurt (all optional).
4/26/2012 5:27 PM
Awsome,I put them in the crock pot over night and have the the best oatmeal ever in the morning.1 cup to 5 cups water on low add a cinnaman stick if you like and any dried fruit you like,put leftovers in the frig and warm up as needed..
4/23/2012 6:29 PM
I lightly flake groats every morning in my mill for a delicious breakfast, adding cinnamon and home made dried fruit.
I love Oat Groats
3/26/2012 9:35 PM
I have a "Flaker" attachment for my grinder and am able to make fresh oatmeal out of oat groats. What I love is that I take my fresh flaked oatmeal and add milk, some nuts, a little cinnamon, and some agave sweetener and have a wonderful breakfast cereal without cooking! (Yes, I eat it cold and without cooking) It is a great addition to my food storage, a way to incorporate grains into my daily diet, and tastes fantastic without cooking.
5/6/2010 1:11 PM
We love these oats. I cook them on the stove top with milk and serve with strawberries. They take about 25 minutes to cook this way. Here is the recipe I use, I subsitute strawberries for the bananas and cinnamon:
Here is an overnight recipe for a slow cooker: http://www.realage.com/recipefinder/overnight-oatmeal-recipe-5144?click=recipe_sr&click=p5link1
If you don't have access to a canner, you can store them in buckets (which I get at the local grocery store's bakery-they usually are throwing them out), and I use gamma lids on the buckets. Very easy to access. Here is a link in case you don't know what a gamma seal is: http://beprepared.com/category.asp_Q_c_E_444_A_name_E_Gamma%2520Seals
I highly recommend this for improving your family's health. Oat groats are very beneficial in lowering blood pressure and cholesterol, two problems we have in our family.
Great product, will buy again
2/22/2010 12:47 PM
For the family that likes to have oatmeal for breakfast this bulk package is a savior. It's way much cheaper than buying 2- and even 5-pound packages.
It comes in a paper bag, which can be somewhat tricky to handle, so I would invest into 2 or 2.5 gallon glass jars - Anchor Hocking makes the jars that will serve you forever