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If you haven’t yet tried baked oatmeal, you are missing out. This is the oatmeal that gets two thumbs up every time we make it. I’m showing you today how to make the BEST baked oatmeal; this is our all-time favorite oatmeal recipe.
My oldest son Sam has been making baked oatmeal on his own for a few years now. While I occasionally miss the baby days, there’s nothing quite like having kids old enough to get a hot breakfast on the table without any help! This post could also be labeled “Baked Oatmeal for Beginners” or “a giant list of ways that we love eating oats.”
My family has a well-known love affair with oatmeal. We’ll happily eat oats simmered on the stovetop, slow-cooked in the crock-pot, baked into granola, cookies and breads. We like oatmeal in every way, shape, or form you can serve it. Muesli-style oats, nutty granolas, rich and creamy oats with sweet bites of fruit and melting brown sugar, chewy baked oatmeal combinations; I doubt that I will ever turn down a warm oatmeal cookie.
With all of those varieties to choose from, I can still say, beyond any doubt, that our all time favorite way to make oatmeal for breakfast is BAKED. There is something about sweet and chewy baked oatmeal that is guaranteed to make you smile; whether you choose to make a simple recipe or load it up with your favorite fillings.
Here are some more oatmeal recipes to try:
Freezer Oatmeal Cups by Cupcakes and Kale Chips
Cinnamon Oatmeal Pancakes by Two Peas and Their Pod
Cherry Almond Cookie Dough Oatmeal by Iowa Girl Eats
Apple Pie Oatmeal by The Hungry Housewife
Peanut Butter Banana Oatmeal Smoothie by The Lemon Bowl
Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies by Love from the Oven
Blueberry Oatmeal Bread by Foodie Crush
Overnight Steel Cut Oats with Almond Butter by The View from Great Island