Spray your pan with spray release or rub it lightly with oil. This will keep the oatmeal from burning on the pan. Add all ingredients for the steel-cut oats to your pressure cooker. Secure the lid and set it for seal.
Set for pressure cooking high for 4 minutes. It will take time for it to come up to temperature and pressure.
Once the time is done, allow it to natural release for 15-18 minutes.
Remove the lid and stir. If you need to cook it a little more, set the temperature to saute or low. Cook, stirring consistently until it is thick enough. I personally like this recipe a little thinner than usual, but cook how you like it!
Top as you like and enjoy.
Whatever you don't finish, you can store it in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 7 days. When you are ready, reheat in the microwave.
That is it. You are done and this could not be more simple!