These custard style steel cut oats take creamy and comforting to a whole new level! It's like a slice of banana bread and a dreamy bowl of banana pudding all in one!
I've been making my family steel cut oats for breakfast for several years now (example here and here). It's fast, yummy, and loaded with fuel for their day. However, that means they are plenty sick of it by now and I've got to start thinking of more creative ways to present it before they start refusing to eat it. Well this Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Banana Custard Steel Cut Oats is THE answer!
This post is sponsored by Bob's Red Mill ❤, and today's recipe highlights their very popular Steel Cut Oats.
These Custard Style Oats are still every bit as good for you as the recipes above, but with the addition of milk and eggs and a tiny bit of butter, oh my heavens these oats are ridiculous!
Think of the best tasting banana bread you've ever had in your entire life, then make it spoonable, creamy, warm and downright huggable, and that is what this bowl of oatmeal is.
Serve it to your family with a side of Frozen Whipped Cream Dollops, fresh sliced bananas, walnuts, and mini chocolate chips, and I promise you, they will not be groaning over having oatmeal again for at least a solid 2 years.
Let me know what you think!
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I received the shock of a lifetime when I woke up to a bouquet of roses from an extremely forgetful husband! My kids killed it in the “I Love You Mom” personalized Valentines dept. I hope your day was filled with love in one form or another!
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Tools/Ingredients used to make Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Banana Custard Steel Cut Oats
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Pressure Cooker Banana Bread Custard Steel Cut Oats
Smells like fresh Banana Bread from the oven, tastes like a dreamy bowl of sweet banana pudding. Perfect way to start the day!
- Prep Time: 10 minutes
- Cook Time: 40 minutes
- Total Time: 60 minutes
- Yield: 5-6 servings 1x
- Category: Breakfast
- Method: Pressure cooker
- Cuisine: American
- 1 ⅔ cups unsweetened vanilla almond milk (or any milk will work)
- 2 large bananas, mashed
- 1 cup sliced bananas
- 1 cup steel cut oats
- ⅓ cup maple syrup
- ⅓ cup chopped walnuts (optional)
- 2 eggs, beaten
- 1 tablespoon butter, melted
- 1 1/2 teaspoons cinnamon
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- Lightly spray a 1 ½ quart or larger heat safe baking dish with nonstick cooking spray and set aside. To a large mixing bowl, add all of the ingredients and mix well. Pour mixture into the prepared baking dish.
- Add 1 ½ cups of water to the pressure cooker pot and place trivet inside. Place dish on the trivet using a silicone or tin foil sling to make for easier removal. Secure the lid and turn pressure cooker knob to a sealed position. Cook at high pressure for 40 minutes.
- When cooking is complete, use a natural release for 10 minutes and then release any remaining pressure.
- Optional: Sprinkle with turbinado sugar and place under the broiler for a sweet crunchy topping or stir the oatmeal and serve hot with a frozen whipped cream dollop, milk, walnuts, extra banana slices, or mini chocolate chips.
- This oatmeal can be made up the night before, stored in the fridge, then cooked in the morning. This oatmeal doesn’t cook up quick, but when prepped beforehand, it makes for a super easy, healthy breakfast.
- Omit walnuts or sprinkle them on top of individual bowls if needed to make all diners happy.
Keywords: healthy breakfast, instant pot breakfast, easy recipe
Adapted from Mel's Kitchen Cafe's Blueberry and Almond Baked Steel Cut Oats
I’m wondering how long to cook if I divide the batter into ramekins.
Also could you add frozen berries on top prior to baking?
Ruby, I love both of these ideas! I’m guessing a little bit here and comparing it to a recipe I have with steel-cut oats in a mason jar. I’ll bet it would need at least 15 minutes of cook time, possibly 20. And yes, you can put berries on top. That sounds delicious 🙂
Haven’t made this yet. But all’s I have is quick and rolled oats. Can I use that in place of the steel cut oats? Would it make much of a difference? Thx.
Judy, that cook time would be shorter. Look at this recipe for reference https://tidbits-marci.com/instant-pot-blueberry-oatmeal/
I think I’ll cook this and divide into containers for the week and heat up as needed the morning of and top with berries and Greek yogurt. Sounds yummy and the eggs provide some protein!
Jane, yes! Yum, that would be delicious 🙂
Erin Metcalf says
I made this with my 7 cup glass Pyrex. I only had quick oats on hand so I modified with 1-1/4 cups water in the instant pot and cooked for 27 min, took lid off and checked, then put on lid and then cooked for another 5 min. Turned out as well as expected. A bit mushy day of, but then next day was great texture when reheated. Also seemed really sweet right after making it, but next day the flavors seemed to mellow out a bit. Thanks for so may awesome recipes!!!! 🙂 I will try again using steel oats when I purchase some.
Gentle suggestion, especially for us nubes: tell us not to cover the inner pot it on the body of the recipe. I have mine cooking in a rice crock that came with my machine. In the absence of direction, I have the lid on it. Happily I noticed in the comments that you said it might just take a little longer, but I still think I’d good to tell us. I’ll let you know how much we love it soon!
Donna, good thinking, thanks Donna. Let me know how it goes!
Kristen kemp says
Hello! Confirming I don’t cover the baking dish before I put it in the IP. Also, I think I only have square glass baking dishes. Could I use a cake pan? Any other suggestions? Thank you!
Kristen, You’re right, I don’t cover it. And a cake pan works great 🙂
I made the night before and refrigerated in my Corning Ware bowl. Now I am concerned about the bowl breaking (because it is cold) when I cook it in the Instant Pot. Did you have any issues with this? In the future I won’t leave it in the Corning Ware bowl overnight I guess.
I ended up warming the container in a bit of warm water for a few minutes. I don’t know if that was necessary or not. I used 2 cups water in the Instant Pot because I have an 8 quart IP. This turned out really well. I used some very ripe bananas that had been frozen. Yum.
Rebecca, my kids are kind of tired of oatmeal, but they still cheer for this one! I’ve cooked it straight from the fridge many times without problems, but I definitely feel like your choice was smart, I do that with the mason jar oats if I make them up the night before. I’m glad you liked it! I adore the smell of this one 🙂
Dellis hunt says
Hey. Just a question. Your photo looks like a cake which I assume has a softer inner than a cake and when I pressure cooked pip it was ery steamed looking. I popped it on bake for 20 mins to see if top would look more like your photo though she was still well n truly steamed. The steel cut oats were quite cruchy after the initial pressure cook and 20 mins baking. I guess im not really sure what its supposed to be like?
Dellis, It’s like scooping into thick oatmeal, so it’s not sliceable like a cake, it’s spoonable like you would eat your oats. And the oats shouldn’t be crunchy anymore! Make sure and stir the mixture really well before cooking it, and if you keep having the undercooked problem, cook them for another 5-10 minutes.
Thanks heaps. Will try a longer cook time. Was delicious and have another on the go as we speak
Danielle Thompson says
Hi! Is this recipe for the mini instant pot size? Or the full size? Thanks!
Danille, you would need a 6 quart for this one, I don’t think you could find a dish deep enough to fit all of it in a 3 quart. I would half the recipe for the 3 quart and put it in a smaller baking dish. Let me know if you try it!
Thank you. Once again, this was wonderful. Your blueberry recipe is on the menu for tomorrow. I can’t imagine how you dream up so many great recipes.
Barb, haha, the recipe ideas are constantly flowing through my brain. I should really use some of that brain space to decorate my home! I’m glad you loved it! My kids can smell this in the mornings and know exactly what we’re having.
I just put the cover on this, but now I’m wondering if this requires foil or something on the top while cooking? Read all of the replies and can’t wait for it to get done. It fits perfectly in a 1 1/2 qt. Pyrex bowl.
Barb, my family loves these oats! I don’t cover this one, it might take a little longer cooking time if you did cover it. I know that stands true with cheesecakes anyways
Im looking forward to trying this but I am unsure of the bowl I could use inside my IP. What type of bowl do you use or suggest? Thank you, love your recipes
Cindy, It fills a 1 1/2 quart casserole dish, so if you have an oven-safe glass or metal container, that should work as well!
Oh yum! This is SOOOO good! I just served it warm with a little whipped cream! This would be great for breakfast, a snack or dessert! This is my 4th recipe with my new instant pot and I’m loving it!
Wendy, My kids love this with frozen whipped cream balls, cools it down and tastes amazing. This has to be my favorite oatmeal ever 🙂
It has a good flavor but both times I’ve tried to make this (increased time by 11mins 2nd time) the oats are still crunchy
Heather, Hmmm…weird. What kind of bowl are you using?
Can you make the banana bread oatmeal recipe with the PIP method just inside the stainless steel instant pot? What will the ratio of liquid to steel cut oats. I have the eggs and bananas and everything all as stated in the recipe but I realize it is for the PIP method not regular in pot method. Thanks
Monique, the problem I kept running into was that the mixture was so custard-y it would burn to the bottom. If you added another cup or 2 of water, it would probably work, it would just be a different texture than the custard style version here. The flavors would be wonderful though.
Monique Johnson says
So I made the recipe in the normal instant pot last week without PIP and your right it was way too much custard. It was super good though. I figured i would try PIP today I am using just a Pyrex glass container and hopefully it will come out just as expected. I really love my instant pot I have only had it for a few weeks but I am so grateful for it.
Monique, You are going to love this new cooking adventure!
So happy to report that I made this oatmeal yesterday PIP method and had some this morning. It is the most delicious oatmeal that I have ever had in my life. I have eaten alot of oatmeal over the years and this recipe is simply the best. I might try other flavors with this method maybe apple cinnamon, blueberry or pumpkin spice.
I have tried make this today and it was delicious!
I forgot add baking powder in. Lol. Still look like your photo and taste sooooo good! Defo keep that recipe for future.
Jay, I’m so glad you liked it! This one never gets old for my family
I cannot find the steel cut oats where I live. However, I have a bag of Red Mill extra thick rolled oats. Can I substitute these for the steel cut?
Holli, They definitely wouldn’t cook like the steel cut oats would, but I suspect it could be really good. It wouldn’t need as much water or cooking time I suspect. If you experiment, let me know! Of course, you can always find steel cut oats on amazon.
Marci …… you are really funny …… I’m sure you didn’t mean your *forgetable* husband honoured you on Valentine’s Day ……. forgetful maybe? …… ROFLOL!!!!
Barbara, I’m glad you can’t see my red cheeks right now! Grammar error fixed, thank you!
Marci, Just wondering if your pressure cooker recipes can be used in a crock pot? I do not have a pressure cooker. They sound so good and I’d love to try them!
Jenny, I’m sure many of them could be adapted to the slow cooker, but I haven’t used my slow cooker in 7 years since I bought a pressure cooker!
I got a dozen beautiful pink and white roses, chocolate covered cinnamon bears. And saltines because I wasn’t feeling to well that day! He’s so thoughtful and is determined that I always get shown how special I am on Valentine’s Day… really everyday!
Jamee, So so so sweet!
Lucy Torndahl says
For Valentine’s Day this year I was given peace. Nearly three weeks earlier I lost sight in one eye in a matter of hours. Not blurry or gray, completely black. Couldn’t tell if my eye was open or closed. The peace was confirmation that my long dormant MS has returned. I know this sounds like bad news, but it’s not! I have lived well with MS for more than 20 years. God has this under control.
Oh Lucy, god bless inspiring people like you. My twin pregnancy was one of the hardest things I’ve ever gone through and I distinctly remember the point were I received that wonderful peace that got me through it. Many prayers of comfort going your way!
Lucy, I have to chime in here & say “do not fear the worst”! I, too, have MS & loss of vision in my left eye was my first symptom. I did regain vision & though it took almost a year & has never been as good as it was I am grateful. This was 37 years ago! I have lived with MS & though it has affected every part of my life it did not keep me from going to nursing school, having a successful career as an R.N. & enjoying a lot of adventures. This may be a step back for you but there has been so much knowledge gained & advances in treatment that I’m sure your neurologist will be sharing with you. Sending prayers & positive thoughts!
Lucy Torndahl says
Roma, your message reached me this morning and I really thank you for your words. It’s been a long 7 weeks of complete blackness, but I have faith I will have some healing. It’s interesting to me that my other eye went from corrected vision of 25/20 to 70/20 at the same time. My new glasses came and are making me feel much better. I am regaining balance and feeling less brittle. I will get through this and I will live with what it leaves. I will never suffer from MS. Thank you for your encouragement.
You will prevail! The loss of balance is one of the worst consequences of visual problems & somehow our brains learn to adjust. As I said, do not give up! Took almost a year for me to regain vision but it happened. An MS flare can definitely make you feel “fragile” but you will return stronger than ever!
Lucy and Roma, what wonderful, kind people you are. I love to see such support and sisterhood around here ❤️
I came home to find a beautiful bouquet of pink roses on my doorstep from my daughter!
Carolsue, How thoughtful! What an amazing girl you raised!
My sweetie got me flowers and chocolate, even though I’m really (trying) not eating them, but I got the share them, so that was even better! These oatmeal posts look heavenly!
Donna, Chocolate will always equal love in my opinion 🙂
Mary Pat Jordan says
For Valentines Day i received a surprise visit from my 22 year old son who has been at Ft. Leonardwood Mo. I just found your website online and i love it!
Mary, Oh how wonderful is that! You raised a good kid! And thank you so so much ????
OMG THESE BANANA CUSTARD STEEL OATS ARE TO DIE FOR !! MY GROWN SON WHO NEVER WANTED TO EAT OATS GROWING UP COULDN’T HELP TASTING THESE OATS AND HAS NOW REQUESTED THEY BE INCLUDE IN THE WEEKLY MENU.
THANK YOU FOR THIS RECIPE MARCI . BOB STEEL OATS ARE THE BEST!!
Angie, The all caps are totally and completely appropriate ????. Aren’t these oats just glorious!? I’m so happy to have helped convert your son, hahaha!
My surprise for valentines was a collection of treats from my lovely wife, tucked away for me to find on my way out of the house for work <3
Nils, She sounds like an absolute treasure ❤️
Hannah G says
The only surprise I got on Valentine’s day was a house full of sick kids.
Hannah, you don’t sound bitter at all ????. Such is the life of a mama!
Nicole Peuser says
My husband surprised me with a box full of special treats. I love me some cookies!
Nicole, good man right there!
Barbara Godfrey says
My hubby and I are supposed to be looking at retirement but not us! Instead, my hubby has returned to college for a 2nd Master’s degree and will be headed next year to his doctorate. He is a full time student and teaching at Temple University so we have no money. We exchanged Valentines and I surprised him by picking up a package of strawberries and chocolate chips. He came home late at night to chocolate covered strawberries!
Barbara, I love that so much! I don’t see my husband every being able to “retire” either. Too many ideas going through our brains all the time! What a sweet story, thank you for sharing!
My husband took me out for a wonderful lunch.
I loved reading about all the di
Carol G says
Ohhh those oats look dreamy! We have some form of oatmeal every weekday morning so I’m always in the market for a new way to make them. This will be a big hit here for sure.
Valentine’s Day came and went here with no fan fare…that’s OK. We opted for a nice chicken dinner and a quiet night of TV watching…worked for us! 🙂
Carol, I’ve got such a good one for you coming tomorrow and next Thursday! We love oats for breakfast! A quiet night would be a gift straight from heaven for me!
MARSHA RANSOM says
My husband surprised me and our grown daughter who lives with us with huge strawberries and mini cupcakes. He wanted to get us chocolate dipped strawberries, he confessed, but couldn’t find them anywhere. We “made do”!! 🙂
Marsha, hahaha, I love it! And actually even more thoughtful!
I love gardening so this Valentine Day, I had a lovely and thoughtful gift from my son and grandkids. They surprise me with a lovely azalea plant instead of Valentine candy!
Angie, I would take that any day! Good kids you’ve got there!
Can’t wait to try this recipe! I love Bob’s Red Mill products. We live about 20 miles from Bob’s headquarters in Milwaukie Oregon; one of these days I have to get over there to enjoy the goodies sold at their restaurant! No surprises for Valentines Day this year, but we did just return from a cruise celebrating our 40th wedding anniversary. I’ll take that over flowers any year!
Teresa, Oh yes, I’d take the cruise over flowers and chocolates for sure, how fun! I didn’t know Bob’s Red Mill had a restaurant! I would love to check that out.
When I got up in the morning my husband had left a wonderfully sweet card and a beautiful orchid for me sitting right by the coffee……Such a wonderful surprise to wake up to. After 43 years of marriage he is more loveable and sweet than the day we married…
Jacky, That’s the sign of a keeper for sure, sweetest thing ever!
Kelly D says
My daughter surprised me with a card.
Kelly, you raised her well 🙂
My sweet husband of 55 years, took my older brother (who lives with us and has Alzheimers) on a road trip for the day. One whole day all to myself! Hubby is the sweetest man and knows just what I need. Romantic? Yes, indeed!
Kathie, My husband took my kids camping for a few days once and it was the most heavenly gift in the world. I totally get it!
My valentine’s day surprise was dinner out with my husband AND two cooperative and well-behaved kids! 🙂
Christina, What’s the trick to getting well behaved kids when I want it most?!
No tricks up my sleeve! Just enjoy the surprise whenever you can get it! 🙂
We loved this recipe – thank you!
I’m wondering if you you could recommend a cook time if using Bob’s Red Mill “Quick Cooking” Steel Cut Oats?
Christina, Yep! Just above the comments in this post is a chart that will show you how to cook steel cut, old fashioned, and quick. Take a look!
Thanks! I did see the chart, but wasn’t sure if the time for the quick “rolled oats” and the time for the “quick steel cut oats” would be the same.
One last question: If I were going to half this recipe, would I keep the same 40min cook time, or half that as well?
Christina, Oh, I see, you were talking about quick steel cut. I’ve actually never tried the quick cooking steel cut oats. As far as the recipe, I would keep the cook time the same. It’s possible you could go less but my guess is that the steel cut oats need that time to soften and soak up the custard. If you experiment otherwise, let me know!
It was a quiet Valentine’s this year. My kids had it first, but all last week I was in bed with influenza. I’m just so thankful my husband loves me well in sickness and in health. I’m excited to start feeling better and try this oatmeal. Is that a corningware you used for PIP?
Kristen, That’s a huge bummer. My family all got hit with the flu last winter and it took a month and a half to get over it. What a nightmare! This oatmeal is the perfect prescription for the flu – at least for comfort purposes :). And yes, corning ware
stephanie nyland says
I’m a long time lover of steel cut oats. We make a large batch and just portion it out i the morning, so we always have some in the fridge. I’ve always found them just as good reheated. I’m definitely trying this banana custard version. I’ll leave out the maple syrup as I don’t eat sweetener of any kind, but using ripe bananas will make it sweet enough (when you stop eating added sweetener your taste buds stop needing it anyway!). Sounds divine.
Oh, and my valentines surprise? I’m wracking my brain for something that could count. Nothing. Sad, huh. My valentine deserves all the husband praise in the world… but he’s more of the consistent steady type than the surprising me on the romantic holiday type. Oh well????
Stephanie, A girl after my own heart :). I will eat it without the syrup as well. Have you don’t the Go Sugar Free course, or you just chose to nix sugar on your own?
The bananas do a great job of sweetening it just to my liking, but the kids disagree. And I think your husband sounds like a rockstar!
stephanie nyland says
I’m doing Bright Line Eating, so it includes no flour as well as no sugar/sweetener. I love it. I’ve heard you talk about going sugar free, I related to many of the great changes it’s brought into your life.
Stephanie, I’ve never heard of Bright Line Eating, but I’m looking it up now! Truly life changing isn’t it!?
My Valentines surprise was a sewing/embroidery machine that I’ve been wanting for months! ❤️
Karen, my sister Cami would agree that’s the best gift ever :).
I made this recipe in mason jars. Perfect individual servings!
Ruth, Whoa, what!? How? I’ve got to try this
Valentines was fourth grade party, hugs from my 3 girls, dance classes for 2 of them, takeaway steaks. Those are the highlights.
Then the hubs got home at 9 the baby cried a lot of the evening and the big kid has a nightmare. But stuff that family is made of
Emily, Sounds like family livin’ at it’s finest!
My surprise was a cute maidenhair fern that I adore!! I had thought I’d want an easy care plant, but was given this fern. It is called the “diva of supermodels” when I looked up how to care for it, but I adore fussing over it. I tend to overwater and love spritzing it. This plant likes all the attention. I hope so, as so far so good, it hasn’t died in two days yet.
Rosie, That sounds amazing! I have yet to attempt indoor plants but you have me intrigued. I’m looking up this plant right now.
It is nice. I’ve always liked ferns.
I spent Valentine’s Day in the hospital with chest pain having serial cardiac enzyme blood draws and a treadmill stress test. I’m okay now.
Know your numbers. Take care of your heart! Wear red! GoRedForWomen.org
Elizabeth, oh my, that is both ironic and scary. Perfect month for your shout out. Eat more oats!
I received some beautiful flowers from my husband!
The only surprise I received was my poor husband having a nasty cold.
Mandy, so your next surprise will be the same cold hitting you in a few days 😉
Yummy! This version of steel cut oats sounds sooo good. Thank you for including pot in pot instructions!
Suzanne, you bet! It works much better directly in the pot. It’s way too thick to make directly in the pot.
My husband passed away so I treated myself to seafood.
My question is, did you mean it works much better pot in pot than directly in the pot?
You have made me a Bob’s Red Mill customer for life. Not just steel cut oats, all of the products are wonderful. Thanks.
Lola, My father passed away when I was young and us kids always hope my mother still feels his love as I hope you were able to as well. And yes, this custard recipe burnt horribly to the bottom when I tried to do it directly in the pot. So PIP is the way to go here! And I’m so happy to hear you’ve found Bob’s Red Mill love. They make such amazing products. My pantry is full of them.
A bouquet of flowers that were shaped like a puppy was delivered to me at work. Then I got a card and figurine at bedtime. This from a husband who doesn’t care for Valentine’s Day. It was a complete surprise!
Diane, now that’s amazing! What a good guy and I wish I could see what a puppy shape bouquet of flowers looks like!
Becky Schardt says
I got my second 6qt duo instant pot ????
Becky, YES! I can’t think of anything better 😉
I woke up to a handwritten card (artwork included!) and a gift card for a massage!
Lacey, lucky, lucky lady :). I’m dying of jealousy!
We received the best Valentine surprise of all–a brand new 7lb 8 oz granddaughter, named Lumi, last night at 11:38pm!
Karen, Doesn’t get better than that! What a cute cute name 🙂
Thank you!! We are smitten!
My Valentine’s surprise was Flowers and Candy along with a delicious dinner out!
Tawney, so basically heaven 🙂
My very thoughtful husband got me flowers, candy, and a balloon! ????
Beckie, Tell him he did so well!
My husband surprised me with his mom taking the kids for the evening after school to go out to my favorite restaurant RR (a 45min-hr drive) ♥️ Unfortunately i got very sick from it by the time we got home and spent a while in the bathroom ruining the rest of the evening! ???? I adore that man!
Amanda, Oh man, well at least it was memorable? Still, that gift takes the cake!
Very memorable! Aside from the end of the night it was enjoyable! ????Even while the kids are waiting to brush their teeth for bed & dad has to say skip tonight brush extra good tomorrow! Not gonna forget an evening made especially for the memories book ????
Oh Marci dear i hope you see this.. So i finally got a chance to make this recipe! I used my 6c Anchor glass bowl. Followed everything. Let cool & divided 1/2c servings into mason jars for the week (i got 7) and when i went to try some of the 1/4c left over they were too crunchy yet for my liking ????????♀️ How can i remedy this? Just nuke em longer or cut my losses with this batch? I was to leave them uncovered cooking in IP correct? Sorry for the questions..
My surprise was a nice long walk with my husband which we love to do but didn’t expect to have the weather for it. And beautiful simple dinner he cooked on the grill afterwards. Surprised because we had so much “stuff” going on that I had not been able to plan anything that day and it was a lovely relaxing private time at home with no cleaning up!
Connie, that honestly sounds like a dream. I would love life to slow down for a day like that. I suppose with young kids, that’s still a ways off.
I received a very practical gift from my Husband – a pair of Sorrel Winter boots. Not the most romantic gift, but the knew I needed them for the chilly Colorado winters.
Janice, Thoughtful and considerate, I’ll take that over flowers any day! I told my husband that a perfectly made bed every morning would be better than a dozen roses ????
The surprise I received onValentine’s Day was a beautiful poem my husband wrote himself.. 31 years of marriage and he has never written a poem! It was beautiful and I cherish it.