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Apple Berry Baked Oatmeal

Apple Berry Baked Oatmeal

A double dose of vanilla—in both the yogurt and vanilla extract—makes this easy, baked breakfast dish irresistibly rich and fragrant. If you prefer, use other frozen fruit like sliced peaches or pitted cherries instead of berries.

Ingredients

  • 2 Cups frozen mixed berries
  • 2 Cups rolled oats
  • 1/2 Cup chopped pecans
  • 1 Teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 Teaspoon fine sea salt
  • 1 organic apple, peeled, cored and grated
  • 1 Cup 2% reduced-fat milk
  • 1/2 Cup nonfat vanilla yogurt
  • 1/3 Cup maple syrup
  • 2 Teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1 egg, plus 1 egg yolk

Servings8

Calories Per Serving229

Folate equivalent (total)19µg5%

Riboflavin (B2)0.3mg20.4%


Triple Berry Baked Oatmeal

This Triple Berry Baked Oatmeal makes an incredible, warming breakfast that is healthy and light! It’s lightly sweetened with maple syrup and can even be mixed together the night before and baked in the morning. Super easy recipe that everyone loves! It definitely belongs on this list of the Best Oatmeal Recipes.
I’ve got another baked oatmeal recipe for you! These days I’ve been eating a lot of steel cut oats. They simmer on the stove in the morning while I’m working (before the kids wake up) and I really don’t mind the wait.

Sometimes, though, it’s nice to switch it up. By switch it up, I mean instead of steel cut oats, how about some baked rolled oats? I’m crazy like that.

Baked oatmeal is simple to throw together. You mix up the ingredients in one bowl and throw it in the oven. What comes out, about 20 minutes later, is a warm and puffy oatmeal bake that everyone loves.

Some baked oatmeal recipes have a ton of sugar–so much that they could be classified as dessert. This one is lightly sweetened with a little maple syrup. It’s more than enough sweetness for me (I usually just use a banana to sweeten my steel cut oats), but you can always top yours with a little more if you think it needs it.

Berries are some of the best fruits, health-wise, on the planet. Their vibrant colors indicate that they are rich in antioxidants, which help our bodies fight free radicals that can lead to illness.

I eat berries, whether fresh or frozen, all year long. They are also great inflammation-fighters. (They are one of the anti-inflammatory foods I eat everyday!)

The warm berries dotted throughout this healthy baked oatmeal recipe add a perfect sweet and tart flavor to the oats.

Baked oatmeal is just as good for leftovers as it is fresh out of the oven, so go ahead and make a batch to enjoy today and tomorrow!


How to make very berry baked oatmeal

There really isn’t much to this healthy baked oatmeal at all and you really can’t mess it up. Just one bowl and a baking dish are all the dishes you need. The less mess the better!

Start by preheating your oven to 350 F and lightly grease a 2-quart baking dish. I have also used an 8 X 8 glass dish and which works just as well.

Measure about 2 cups or 16 oz of berries and 3/4 of them to the bottom of the baking dish evenly.

In a medium bowl add one cup of old-fashioned rolled oats, 1/2 tsp baking powder, 1 tsp cinnamon and a pinch of salt. Mix and then sprinkle the oat mixture evenly over the layer of fruit. In the same bowl add 1 egg, 1 cup unsweetened almond milk, 1/4 cup maple syrup, 2 tbsp melted butter, 1 tsp vanilla. Beat to mix well.

Pour the egg and milk mixture over the berries and oats and give the baking dish a little wiggle so that the liquid mixture can work it’s way through the oatmeal.

Add the remaining berries to the top of the oat mixture evenly and then place in the oven for 35-40 minutes to bake. Bake until the oatmeal has firmed up and is starting to turn a light golden brown. The oatmeal will firm up when baked and no longer be liquidy.

If making ahead just warm it up in the microwave for about 30-40 seconds before eating.


Why We Love This Recipe

This recipe is not only delicious, but it is sweetened with maple syrup which makes it both vegan and refined sugar-free. We love this baked oatmeal for breakfast or dessert, and it is great for meal prep. A batch of this oatmeal lasts us all week in the fridge and my kids love it.

While I used almond milk, maple syrup and a touch of coconut oil for this recipe, you can totally use any other plant-based milk and other sweetener option if you would prefer.


Toppings For Baked Oatmeal

Baked Oatmeal is delicious on its own, but here are a few ideas of what you can serve with it!

  • Plant-Based Milk
  • Protein Cream Cheese Icing (recipe from my Cinnamon Roll Baked Oatmeal)
  • Regular Cream Cheese Icing (recipe here)
  • Nut Butter of Choice (Use code “shh20” for FREE SHIPPING at Georgia Grinders)
  • Fresh Berries
  • Fresh Banana
  • Chopped Nuts
  • Chocolate Chips

It is our favorite breakfast right now.

  • it’s extremely easy to stir up in just one bowl
  • if you make a double batch you can freeze the leftovers for those extra-busy mornings
  • we add a generous helping of Greek yogurt with sweetener and cinnamon, which is kind of like eating apple cake with cinnamon frosting ❤️

Seriously, you need this in your life.


Mixed Berry and Apple Baked Oatmeal

It&rsquos National Oatmeal Day! Let&rsquos celebrate!

Have you been keeping up on your food holidays? Typically I find out about food holidays the day of or many days following, but today&rsquos different. Today, I participate, because: oatmeal!

Oatmeal has made an appearance on The Roasted Root a time or twelve in various flavors and formats. I had a sultry love affair with Peanut Butter and Jelly Baked Oatmeal a couple of years back, and have taken the dessert-for-breakfast approach with Carrot Cake Baked Oatmeal as well as this Blueberry Oatmeal Breakfast Cake with Coconut Drizzle. This time of year, I love Spiced Pear Oatmeal and Apple Cinnamon Crock Pot Steel Cut Oatmeal, and can aaaaalways go for Banana Bread Baked Oatmeal.

Suffice it to say, when Driscoll&rsquos asked if I wanted to put my oatmeal party hat on and celebrate National Oatmeal Day with them, I said, &ldquowhy yes, I think I will!&rdquo

Whether I cook oatmeal on the stove top or bake it in the oven, I almost always eat it with fresh berries as I find oats n&rsquo berries to be quite the couple. I used Dricoll&rsquos strawberries and raspberries for this recipe, but you could also add (or substitute) blueberries or blackberries. Adding full-fat coconut milk to the oats resulted in a moist and creamy texture and made the breakfast taste decadent in spite of being completely healthful. To keep the oatmeal naturally sweetened, I used coconut sugar, but you can also use pure maple syrup or honey. Because the berries add sweet flavor to the mix, you can leave sweetener out altogether if you&rsquod like!

Let&rsquos talk about the health benefits of this baked lalapalooza, starting with them berries. Berries are high in antioxidants and fiber, and are a great way of sweetening up a dish while still being low in sugar. Did you know that aside from being considered a brain food, blueberries are also known for lowering stress? I&rsquom starting to think Blueberry Mondays should totally be a thing. In addition, strawberries help regulate your blood pressure and have been touted as having cancer fighting properties. So, berries, folks! Add them to your eee&rsquorythang!

And now zee oatmeal. Oats lower your risk of developing high blood pressure, increases your serotonin production (happy food!), and is full of fiber and protein, helping you stay fuller longer. I used gluten free rolled oats for this recipe, but you can use regular oats as well. Combining the oats with berries makes for a satisfying low-glycemic breakfast that is tasty both hot and cold.

I enjoyed the oatmeal with a healthy glob of plain yogurt and more fresh berries. You can also add full-fat coconut milk, almond milk, or even a dollop of whipped cream. If you&rsquore into brunching, brunch on this recipe ASAP! It takes no time or effort to make and can easily feed a crowd.


Begin by combining the oats, half of the nuts, raisins, brown sugar, baking powder, salt and cinnamon in a bowl.

In a separate bowl, make the custard by whisking together the eggs, milk, and vanilla.

Combine the custard with oat mixture and melted butter.

Arrange the chopped apples in a baking dish.

Top with the oat mixture and sprinkle remaining walnuts over top.

Bake for about 40 minutes, until the oats are set and the top is golden. Be sure to save some leftovers oddly, this dish is just as delicious — if not more so — cold out of the refrigerator the next day.


Apple-Berry Baked Oatmeal (9 x 13)

Shalom!

This is a variation of our basic 9 x 13 Baked Oatmeal. I have also done this in a dairy-free version using juice instead of milk, almond extract, chopped almonds and fresh or frozen blueberries. (See recipe listings ).

This is easily halved and you can use less fruit if desired. (We like a LOT of fruit!) You can cut back on the liquid and make it more like a snack “cake.” This recipe is very versatile!

Apple-Berry Baked Oatmeal (9 x 13)
Vickilynn Haycraft

5 cups organic rolled oats (gluten-free if needed)
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 Tablespoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
4 Tablespoons melted butter or coconut oil
1 cup dehydrated apple slices (or 2 cups fresh)
1 cup dried mixed berries (or 2 cups fresh sliced)
2 1/2 cups milk (2 if using fresh fruit)
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
4 large eggs, beaten (or 3/4 cup aquafaba)
1/2 cup honey

Preheat oven to 350.
Mix dry ingredients.
Mix wet ingredients.
Mix ingredients together and stir well to incorporate.
Pour into an ungreased 9 x 13 pan and bake uncovered for 35-45 minutes or until middle tests done.


Snickerdoodle Baked Oatmeal

Serves: 1
Nutrition: 219 calories, 3.7 g total fat (.6 g saturated fat), 211 mg sodium, 40.5 g carbs, 5 g fiber, 10.1 g sugar, 6.3 g protein (Calculated using unsweetened almond milk)

This recipe incorporates a surprising ingredient into the mix: zucchini. Although it might sound off-putting, zoats are actually an easy way to sneak veggies into your breakfast. Try peeling the dark green skin off of the zucchini before adding it to the oatmeal and you won't see a trace of green.

Get the recipe from The Oatmeal Artist.


Coconut Berry Baked Oatmeal

Today’s recipe is a spin off of the MOST popular recipe I’ve ever had on this here bloggy blog, my Baked Honey Berry Oatmeal! That oatmeal recipe first showed up in 2014 and it has continued to win over the hearts and stomachs of my readers for good reason. Baked oatmeal is a great way to prep a healthy breakfast for the week and it’s so easy to customize to what ever flavors your tastebuds are craving.

I love using my base recipe to come up with variations like this chocolate chip cookie version and this pumpkin spice version, so it was only a matter of time till I came up with one with a slight fruity twist! This recipe was inspired by a trip to Hawaii that I’m planning in July with all my college friends as well as the warmer weather we’ve been having lately. Time to exchange those fall and winter flavors for something a little more tropical!

One of the best qualities of this recipe is how fast it all comes together. From start to finish, this bake is done in under 30 minutes with the oven doing most of the work for you. Perfect if you have a busy schedule or just don’t like spending too much time in the kitchen!


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