Edison Grainery Oatmeal

Edison Grainery OatmealThese crisp mornings leave us thinking about a breakfast of warm, Edison Grainery Oatmeal.
Now that the weather is beginning to turn, it’s time to plan for some warm breakfasts. We love to stir in a handful of toasted nuts and dried fruit and add a bit of maple syrup or honey for sweetener.

You can make a big pot of their Steel Cut Oats at the beginning of the week because these oats reheat well— especially with an extra splash of milk. And, if you think Steel Cut Oats take too long for weekday morning, think again. Our recipe for Crock Pot Oats sets everything up the night before, so you can wake to the smell of breakfast ready to serve!

Edison Grainery’s regular, Rolled Oats can be made that morning on the stovetop. They are also great in recipes such as these Raspberry Oatmeal Bars—a delicious make-ahead breakfast or snack. Or, try them in our recipe for Vermont Whole Wheat Oatmeal Honey Bread.

Edison Grainery’s mission is to make certain everyone can eat organically. This means their products are processed and stored in a dedicated, allergen-free warehouse. And, because their parent company is Edison Grains, they eliminate the daisy chain of suppliers, producers, manufactures, and distributors. This helps to keep their prices low.

Plus, they are an Oakland-based company, and who doesn’t love local?

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