Happy 1st Day of Fall!!! It is now officially time for sweaters, cute boots, spiced lattes, and the leaves changing. I walked outside this morning and it was foggy, cold and felt like Fall had come in overnight. Today's Slow Cooker Crock Pot Banana Bread Oatmeal Recipe is the perfect breakfast for a cool Fall morning. Super filling, oh so delicious and easy!
Crock Pot Banana Bread Oatmeal Recipe
You all know that we love making everything we can in the crockpot and this Banana Bread Oatmeal Recipe is no different.
Crock Pot Oatmeal Recipes are the perfect way to make breakfast overnight so it is ready for you when you wake up in the morning.
On cold chilly days, I like to keep the oatmeal warm in the slow cooker so we can grab a bowl as a filling hot snack mid-day. I find that oatmeal sticks with me and I don't find myself snacking on everything else in the house as I get ready for the day.
Are you ready for Fall? Have you had your first pumpkin spiced latte?
I have to admit I am thinking about making this again for breakfast tomorrow! Doesn't it look oh so good!
After spending two weeks on the road for our National Park road trip I am so excited to be home and cooking again. Roadtrip food was not exactly amazing sadly so now I am even more motivated to be in the kitchen and whipping out recipes.
I have a ton of Fall themed recipes planned to make in the upcoming weeks. Let us know if there are any specific recipes you would like to see as we move into Fall and Winter.
It is hard to believe that it is already time to start thinking about holiday baking and events. I actually started a Best Buy Black Friday wish list this week for items I am hoping I can pick up on Black Friday.
Ingredients needed to make banana bread oatmeal
- Steel-cut oats
- Cashew milk (can use 4 c of regular milk as well)
- Brown sugar
- Cloves, powdered
Great Breakfast recipes
Slow Cooker Crock Pot Banana Bread Oatmeal Recipe
- In a parchment lined slow cooker bowl, mix all ingredients together. Still well.
- Cook on low for 5 – 7 hours or high for 3 – 4 hours, depending on how chewy you like the oats.
- Upon serving, garnish with cream, fresh bananas and a sprinkle of cinnamon.
Recipe originally shared on September 22, 2017. Updated October 2020