Crock Pot Breakfast Apple Pie Oats

healthy Crock Pot Breakfast Apple Pie Oats

A filling, healthy, sweet, low calorie, protein packed, apple pie flavored breakfast. Just throw all the ingredients into the crock pot, and let the aroma of apples, cinnamon and vanilla, fill the house.  Here is my favorite black rice version, Black Rice Dark Chocolate Apple Walnut Oatmeal. 

You can use milk or Almond Milk (only 30 calories a cup) instead of water for a more creamy taste, but of course water keeps the calories down.  Make double the recipe and have enough for dessert. I love this in the evening, as a sweet treat, with organic blackberries. When it get cold, it gets really thick and quite solid and reminds me of bread pudding.

You can also put dried cranberries or fresh berries in with this while it cooks.  Serve with Greek yogurt, chopped walnuts and honey.

Crock Pot Breakfast Apple Pie Oats
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140 Calorie Per Serving Makes 6 x 1 Cup Servings
Serves: 6
  • 5 Granny Smith Apples - Cored and Chopped
  • 2-3 Cups Spring Water
  • 1 Cinnamon Stick
  • Agave Syrup or Honey/Stevia or Dates - To Taste
  • 1 tsp Vanilla
  • ¾ Cup Gluten Free Oats (or regular) - Washed
  • ¼ Cup Quinoa - Washed
  • ¼ Cup Dried Cranberries - Optional
  • ¼ Cup Chopped Nuts - Optional
  • Sprinkle Chia Seeds - Optional
  • Put everything in the crock pot and cook on high for 3-4 hours.
  1. Put everything in the crock pot and cook on high for 3-4 hours.

healthy Crock Pot Breakfast Apple Pie Oats

Denise - February 2, 2014

Monica, I love every recipe of yours that I have tried. Today, I made this Crockpot Breakfast Apple Pie Oats. So Yummy, taste like hot apple pie without the calories of the crust. I added a little maple syrup, walnuts and some almond milk to my own serving and it finished it off perfectly balancing the tart of the apples with a little sweet.

Keep those yummy recipes coming.

    Monica - February 2, 2014

    It is heart warming to hear comments like yours. I am so happy that these recipes inspire you. I love to share my ideas and help people find healthy recipes to try. People like you make it all the more worthwhile. I will keep the recipes coming and thank you for being part of Going Cavewoman.

Cousin Jim - February 8, 2014

What a fantastic dish!! I am so impressed with both the creativity and nutritional value of all your inspirations, and this one made me take a knee. Eating healthy never tasted like this. Much love from the east coast.

    Monica - February 8, 2014

    Thanks Cousin Jimmy, I am honored to have such high praise from an real Italian chef. I am growing San Marzano tomatoes for my pasta sauce, on your advice. I will send you a jar….Cavewoman

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