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28 ascp skin deep march/april 2020 Whether you follow a gluten-free diet or not, this hearty breakfast is high in fiber, a good source of plant-based protein, and naturally free from gluten. Steel-cut oats contain a special kind of fiber called beta glucans, which can lower blood cholesterol and stabilize blood sugar levels. Try it in a pressure cooker to cut down on cooking time, making this a simple weekday breakfast option. 1 (14 ounce) can light coconut milk 1 cup water 1 cup uncooked steel-cut oats 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 tablespoon pure maple syrup Chopped fruits and nuts, for serving 1. Add the ingredients, except the fresh fruit and chopped nuts, to the base of an Instant Pot. Stir to combine. 2. Add the lid and secure. Check that the steam release handle is pointed to the "sealing" position. 3. Press the "manual" button and set the cook time to 7 minutes on high pressure. Let the pressure come down naturally for 10 minutes, and then quick release to remove any other pressure. 4. Open the lid and stir the oatmeal. Add more water, if needed, to achieve desired texture. 5. Divide into bowls and serve with fresh fruit and chopped nuts. Instant Pot Oatmeal expertadvice FEED YOUR FACE Serves

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