Baked Oatmeal Recipe


Why I love this breakfast, it’s:

  •  a all-in-one-bowl recipe, easy clean up
  • QUICK to prep and “hands off” just throw it in the oven and do something else
  • nutritional (you can make it with as much or little sweetener as you want, and switch out the maple syrup for a sweetener of your choice)
  • EASY to make DAIRY FREE by substituting cows milk for almond milk. I actually think the subtle, sweet, nuttiness the almond milk adds is a bonus to this dish.
  • GLUTEN FREE if you use gluten-free oats
  • a great “base” recipe, let your imagination expound upon it! Add a mashed banana to the mix? Cocao nibs sprinkled on top? Add chia seeds and flax seed to the batter?
  • breakfast for DAYS if you make a double batch
  • great reheated (yay!)
  • easy to keep it diverse by adding all sorts of toppings and fresh in season fruit you want to keep it diverse



measurements given are for a 8 x 8 in pan, measurements in parenthesis are for a 7 x 11 in pan, double the 8×8 in measurements for a 9 x 13 pan

grease pan with spray oil

Mix: 2 eggs (3)

1/3 C. oil (1/2 C.)

1 C. milk (1 ½)

½ C pure maple syrup (3/4)

Add: 2 cups oats (3 cups)

1 ½ tsp. baking powder (2 l/4 teasp.)

1 teaspoon cinnamon ( 1 ½ tsp)

Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes uncovered.

My notes: I reheat mine in the toaster oven, I love to add blue berries right into the bowl to warm up with it. SO GOOD. They get all melty, juicy pops of tart sweetness in your mouth.

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