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This easy breakfast or brunch dish is chock-full of mixed berries and topped with yummy oats mixed with egg whites and brown sugar. It's delicious, easy on the waist, and not to mention incredibly filling! It's worth every bite.

Oh, but if you want to make this on the weekend, it also reheats nicely on a rushed Monday morning when you are focused on simply getting out of the house without looking like a zombie and so you pack up a Tupperware full of this goodness, tote it to work, and heat it up in the office microwave. It's pretty delicious then, too.

I hope you enjoy! I bet you could also make this with any fruit you want... apples, peaches, plums...

Ingredients

  • Cooking spray, for the baking dish
  • 1 1/2 cup mixed berries
  • 3/4 cups fat-free or almond milk, plus more for topping
  • 2 egg whites
  • 2 tablespoons maple syrup
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2 cup old-fashioned oats
  • 1 tablespoon brown sugar
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon baking soda

Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal

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Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal is an easy and healthy breakfast recipe bursting with your favorite fresh berries! This oatmeal bake has only a few ingredients and you can put it together in minutes for a holiday gluten free brunch dish. Or bake it ahead to meal prep breakfasts you can reheat all week.

We all have to admit, there are plenty of things that should have been left in the eighties. I’m talking about big hair shellacked into place with aerosol hairspray, tight-rolled jeans with multiple pairs of multi-colored socks, and, you know, Jazzercise.

Do you know what should not have been left behind in the day-glow decade?

Those adorable colorful ponies with flowing manes and tails and cute designs on their hindquarters are back. These are literally the days that I do still kinda wish I had a girl. Not that boys can’t play with ponies, but my boys are the boy-est boys of all boys. If I so much as suggest a princess movie or a book with a girl as the main character, you’d think I was telling them to take up window-washing as a hobby.

But I am loving all of the fun My Little Pony toys and other fun stuff you see everywhere now. And I love that a whole new generation gets to enjoy them too!

About the My Little Pony Baking Book cookbook

And who better to take inspiration from the prettiest ponies in the land to create fun and tasty treats than Christi Johnstone from the blog Love From the Oven, where she shares all sorts of fun and delicious goodies.

Christi is taking you on a trip to Sugarcube Corner and baking up all sorts of beautiful and colorful creations inspired by the magic of My Little Pony. And she encourages you to get in the kitchen and make these sweet treats with your kiddos. The book starts off with pointers for parents to get kids in the kitchen and safety rules for the kids. Plus there are plenty of baking basics for beginners from tips for measuring, tricks for decorating, and all kinds of information on ingredients and equipment.

The My Little Pony Baking Book is filled with fun and easy desserts. Whether you are looking for an activity to do with the kids on a Saturday or over summer vacation or they want to start creating on their own in the kitchen. Or maybe you are working together on planning a pony-themed rainbow birthday party. From Chocolate Dream Pie to Peanut Butter Candy Cookies, Lemon Cake with Lemon Glaze to Out-of-this-World Brownies, Pinata Cupcakes to a towering rainbow-colored Magic Mix Cake.

And there are also breakfast and healthier snack options, like granola bars, muffins, cornbread. And then there’s this easy baked oatmeal with fruit.


What You’ll Need To Make Blueberry Baked Oatmeal

  • Old-fashioned oats, or rolled oats, are the way to go here as they hold moisture well. Don’t substitute instant oats the dish will turn out mushy.
  • If you can’t get fresh blueberries, frozen blueberries would also work nicely no need to defrost them first.
  • Baked oatmeal can be made with any type of fruit or nuts you have on hand (you might like this apple-walnut-raisin version). However, keep in mind that you may need to adjust the sugar if using other fruits, as they all vary in terms of sweetness and tartness.

As I just said above, you don’t need any eggs or flax eggs for this baked oatmeal recipe. It’s completely vegan and plant-based. The beauty of this oatmeal recipe is that you can use whatever protein powder or milk you have on hand! Even if you don’t have milk, you can sub it for all water. That’s how easy and simple it is!

This high protein baked oatmeal recipe is made with my very favorite unflavored plant-based protein powder. And if you’re looking for more great vegan breakfast options, check out these 12 Easy Vegan Protein Breakfasts!


Baked Honey Berry Oatmeal

The other day, I mentioned that I’ve been having to inhale my breakfasts while I run around the house. And 90% of the time, I’m eating hot hot hot brown sugar banana oats that, while delicious, feel like a volcano is pouring lava down my throat. Pleasant, right?

So what’s a girl to do when she doesn’t want to give up her beloved oats, but isn’t a fan of lava? Enter: Baked Berry Oatmeal.

This recipe is perfectly sweet, chock full of berries and pecans, and delicious served cold. I know that a lot of people are fans of overnight oats, but I’ve just never been able to get into them. I have a confession to make. There’s something about the runny and semi-slimy texture that I just can’t get myself to enjoy. Eeep. Please still be my friend! I wish I could get myself to like them, but alas.

Before trying these after a few hours in the fridge, I would have sworn that they would taste better hot. After trying them the morning after I baked them, though, I quickly changed my mind! They’re sweet and creamy, but without that weird texture that overnight oats bring. And berries! Big ol’ fat ones distributed evenly in each bite. It reached 90 degrees yesterday, so cool and yummy breakfasts are high up on my list of things to stuff in my face.

Along with that, my slice of Baked Berry Oatmeal this morning kept me full for a straight 5 hours, so I’m counting that as a huge breakfast success! If you get to know me, you’ll quickly learn that I get a pretty bad case of hangry-ness (aka I’m just the most unpleasant person ever to be around when my tum is rumbling), so me eating a big piece of baked dessert-like oatmeal is really doing a favor to everyone around me. You guys are welcome .


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Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal Recipe

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I have never been a fan of regular oatmeal, but baked oatmeal is one breakfast recipe I can enjoy. The difference in texture is just what I need to enjoy this. As a healthy grain, oatmeal is one of those carbohydrates I don’t want to shy away from. Instead, I like including it in things like this mixed berry baked oatmeal recipe.

Ingredients for Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal

For the full recipe, scroll to the bottom of the post.

Rolled Oats
Unsweetened Almond Milk
Vanilla Extract
Egg
Baking Soda
Salt
Ground Cinnamon
Brown Sugar
Frozen Mixed Berries

How to Make Baked Oatmeal

I prefer using an 8″x8″ baking dish for this recipe. My favorite is this Pyrex baking dish with a lid so it can just be covered and put into the fridge. When I make this recipe in bulk, I can easily divide it into servings and put into my glass freezer storage containers. Spraying the bottom of the pan with non-stick spray also helps a bit with making sure it is easy to spoon out of the pan. Bake for 30 minutes or until golden brown on top and the berries are bubbling.

Note: While you can mix all ingredients together, I do prefer the layering technique so it has warm berries and a bit of crunchy oatmeal in every bite.

More Make-Ahead Breakfast Options

Baked Oatmeal is definitely a favorite easy breakfast to make ahead on the weekend and grab each morning throughout the work week. If you have kids and work outside the home, you know that this is a must. Fast and easy doesn’t have to be things like donuts or sugar-laden cereal. This is one of our favorite recipes, but make sure to check out the ones I have linked below for even more ideas for breakfast.

Weight Watchers Calculations

Makes 4 servings.

7 SmartPoints per serving on the WW FreeStyle Plan and Beyond the Scale Plan.


Berry Oatmeal Bake

My name is Kevin. My life changed when I realized that healthy living is truly a lifelong journey, mainly won by having a well-balanced diet and enjoying adequate exercise. By experimenting in the kitchen and openly sharing my meals, I learned that healthy eating is hardly boring and that by making a few adjustments, I could design a diet that could help me achieve my personal fitness goals. Our bodies are built in the kitchen and sculpted in the gym.

Hi everyone! Looking for an easy recipe for breakfast? Then you are in the perfect place! Introducing my baked oatmeal recipe! It’s a meal prep recipe that you can enjoy hot or cold throughout the week!

Oatmeal can be described as a type of coarse flour that is made from the outer layer of oat grains. It has been either milled, rolled, or steel-cut.

Berries, on the other hand, are the small, pulpy, and sometimes edible fruit that are juicy, round, and brightly colored. They also tend to have good nutritional value. They have a high content of Vitamin C, fiber, and antioxidant polyphenols.

Baking oatmeal is very simple. All you need to do is to combine and mix all ingredients in a single bowl and place it in the oven. Then, after a few minutes, voila! A freshly baked and nutritious breakfast or quick snack is ready! You can also pair this with some delicious Greek yogurt or whey protein shake.

This oatmeal bake is made of wholesome ingredients — oats, fresh berries, maple syrup, nuts, and spices. It makes it rich in protein, fiber, and antioxidants, helping our bodies fight against free radicals that cause illnesses.

In this recipe, I use almond milk instead of the regular ones because it is naturally richer in several minerals and vitamins, especially Vitamin E. This is great for those who want to lose weight.

Remember to check out also other substitutions that you can make to your oatmeal recipes to meet your specific needs and wellness goals.

If you’re loving this recipe, don’t forget to send an email or leave a comment on how it turns out for you and the adjustments that you made.

I would greatly appreciate hearing from you on how this satisfying and filling recipe helps you in achieving your weight loss and fitness goals easily.


Strawberry Baked Oatmeal Recipe

Tired of traditional oatmeal? Try this fun and tasty baked strawberry oatmeal. For an added "Wow" delight your kids by cutting the finished product into whimsical shapes using cookie cutters. Mom Blogger, Kristy Bernardo, created this recipe. It is a year round favorite she makes for her family.

Ingredients

  • 2 Cups oats (quick-cooking)
  • 1/2 Cup brown sugar
  • 1 1/2 Cups milk
  • 1 Tsp. baking powder
  • 1 large egg, beaten
  • 7 whole Driscoll's strawberries, hulled
  • Driscoll's Blueberries, Strawberries and/or Raspberries (optional for topping)

Directions

In a large bowl, mix together oats, brown sugar, milk, baking powder and a beaten egg. In a separate bowl puree strawberries with an immersion blender or use a a blender or food processor to puree the strawberries. Mix pureed strawberries into oat mixture.

Pour oat mixture into 13x9 greased baking dish. Bake for 15-20 minutes at 375 degrees until mixture is thick and slightly firm. Remove from oven, let sit five minutes then cut into squares and serve.

Optional: For added fun use favorite cookie cutters to cut out shapes from oatmeal. Place shapes on plates and create designs on top with fresh Driscoll's berries.

Before baking sprinkle brown sugar (about 1/4 cup) on top of the oatmeal.


  • To freeze: once the berries and cream baked oatmeal has completely cooled, cut it into 6 squares/slices and wrap each square in plastic wrap and tinfoil. You can also freeze the entire baked oatmeal for later by wrapping it well and placing it in the freezer.
  • To reheat: when you’re ready to eat it, place the unwrapped frozen square of baked oatmeal on a microwave safe dish and microwave it at 30 second intervals for 1-2 minutes. To reheat the entire baked oatmeal, simply reheat it in the oven for 20-25 minutes at 350 degrees F while it’s covered with tinfoil.



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