One of my favorite breakfast foods for this time of the year is Baked Oatmeal. It is warm and filling and just delicious. It can be made in so many variations- classic and plain or all dressed up with add-ins. Any way you make it you are in for a yummy treat.
3 cups rolled oats
1 cup brown sugar
2 tsp cinnamon
2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
1 cup milk
½ cup melted butter
2 tsp vanilla
*Optional Add-Ins: up to 1 ½ cups total
½-¾ cup walnuts or pecans
½-¾ cup dried cranberries, cherries, raisins or other dried fruit
½ cup chocolate chips, butterscotch chips
Preheat oven to 350. Spray 9×13 with cooking spray.
In a large bowl mix together by hand oats, brown sugar, cinnamon, baking powder and salt.
I’m going to try this… and see if I can get my grandkids to eat this for breakfast! Thanks for the recipe!
Have a wonderful week end!
I did a post on Baked Oatmeal a while back. My grandson had only ever eaten instant oatmeal. When he was staying with me, I told him I was making baked oatmeal. He asked me what I was like. I told him it was like a big oatmeal cookie and not that slimy instant stuff. He is now a convert and likes oatmeal. lol
I just made some baked oatmeal and totally loved it. I will save your recipe and try it soon. Geri
We love baked oatmeal in our house. I usually add raisins or blueberries. I add applesauce instead of sugar to the batter and then the kids put brown sugar and milk on it in their bowls. It makes a wonderful breakfast and snack!
Yvonne…your blog is lovely. We love baked oatmeal. It is surely oatmeal weather now.
I love oatmeal, but have never tried it baked. We’ll remedy that really soon. Have a great day.
This is such a fabulous keeper-of-a-recipe. I’ve never baked oatmeal and can’t wait to try it. Dr. G will LOVE this! Thanks for participating in FF.
Thank you for a delicious recipe. My family and guests loved the Baked Oatmeal. I enjoy your blog.
Thank you for the delicious recipe. My family and guests loved the baked oatmeal. I do enjoy your blog each day.
Listening to Episode 1 of the podcast, and ran right over here to see what you were talking about. Too funny! You have come a long way, but love the tutorial here. The podcast is very fun!
I just listened to your podcast about this old photograph/styling…..
Glad you mentioned this, keeping it real.
Love you, lady.