Oven Apple Oats

30 May

Oven Apple Oats is a very creamy and fluffy oatmeal that is lighter than bread pudding, but somewhat reminiscent of it. This sweet combination of apples, maple syrup, and currants is one of The Hungry Wife's favorite oatmeals.

Irish oats, sometimes called thick oats or steel-cut oats, take close to half an hour to cook on the stovetop, so baking them takes no longer and leaves your hands free from stirring over the stove.  And besides the convenience, there’s no need to worry about burning the oatmeal at the end.

The result for Oven Apple Oats is a very creamy and fluffy oatmeal that is lighter than bread pudding, but somewhat reminiscent of it.  Made with milk (a longstanding Celtic tradition), this sweet combination of apples, maple syrup, and currants is one of The Hungry Wife’s favorite oatmeals.

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