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A Nutritious Start to St. Patrick's Day
Get your family off to a great start this St. Patrick's Day (or any day!) with a breakfast that is both festive and super healthy. Irish oats - also known as steel cut oats - are a healthier, whole grain alternative to regular oatmeal. Because the oat is whole it typically needs to cook a bit longer than regular oatmeal. However, a great short cut is to let the oats sit overnight - you will wake up to a perfectly cooked, tasty breakfast that is good for you too!