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Make steel-cut oats your new vehicle for brown sugar, sliced fresh or dried fruit, berries, maple syrup, really whatever you were going to do to those pancakes. Plus, they're higher in fiber and lower in fat, which we're sure was your first thought when we suggested you swap pancakes for oatmeal.

Ready for a change from pancakes? Cause if you’re not, we have some good recipes. But if you are, make steel-cut oats your new vehicle for brown sugar, sliced fresh or dried fruit, berries, maple syrup, really whatever you were going to do to those pancakes. Plus, they’re higher in fiber and lower in fat, which we’re sure was your first thought when we suggested you swap pancakes for oatmeal.

Slow-cooked and stirred frequently, the oats soften up like polenta, but with a toothsome and very satisfying bite. Trust us, properly garnished this hearty cereal will not disappoint. The photo speaks for itself.