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A Reason to Love Oatmeal Again
Steel-cut oats undergo an amazing transformation in the slow cooker, from pebble-like grains to silky porridge—a consistency that's tough to replicate on the stove. Making overnight oats is ridiculously easy, too. You just pour the cereal into the pot with water, milk and a dash each of maple syrup and salt. Set to low while you sleep, and in the morning you'll be spooning out a bowlful of the most comforting, rich oatmeal you've ever had.

Get the recipe: Overnight Oats