Cozy, nourishing, and easy – baked oatmeal recipes make for some of the best breakfasts around. Especially for Thanksgiving and Christmas mornings!
When you’re rolling up your sleeves in preparation for a big day full of feasting and festivities, the last thing you need is to prep a massive breakfast. Baked oatmeal comes together quickly, baking in the oven while you start the turkey or focus on seeing what Santa brought. Some can even be assembled the night before – it doesn’t get any easier than that.
Baked oatmeal is essentially rolled oats mixed with milk, usually eggs, a bit of sweetener, and a few other good things. Then, it’s poured into a casserole dish and baked until golden and delicious. To serve, cut squares and place them on a plate or a bowl and top with a bit of cream and a few other toppings if you like – or you can go with nothing at all. Baked oatmeal is a super easy yet impressive breakfast, perfect for serving a crowd or meal prepping for weeknight recipes all week.
As someone who loves a good baked oatmeal recipe, I thought I would gather a variety to share. Berries, fruit, pumpkin, chocolate … there’s a baked oatmeal that’s just waiting to be baked up in your oven and enjoyed for breakfast. Which one will you try first?
Simple and to the point, this basic baked oatmeal makes for nourishing breakfasts all year long. This budget-friendly recipe can be customized how you like, or topped with any fruit you prefer. The author suggests steamed milk over the top – yum!
I love breakfasts that can be made the night before and then just popped in the oven in the morning. They have saved many a holiday around here! This baked apple oatmeal recipe is topped with a golden brown sugar streusel which makes it extra holiday-worthy.
Another overnight oatmeal, this one is packed with berries (blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries – yum!) I love the dusting of powdered sugar on top.
Crowned with vibrant jewel-like blueberries, this Blueberry Baked Oatmeal is made with applesauce instead of eggs for binder (and some added sweetness). I love that this recipe is dairy-free and vegan!
With ripe bananas and juicy strawberries, this nutrient-dense baked oatmeal is naturally sweet. Loads of customization options with this one help you make it your own.
Baked in a skillet, cherries and sweet vanilla make up the delicious base of this baked oatmeal recipe. A generous nutty topping seals the deal.
This one is decadent! Carrots, orange zest, coconut, walnuts, dried cranberries … mixed up with warm spices and topped generously with a maple cream cheese glaze. Yum!
Nutty browned butter, juicy pears, and melty dark chocolate chips make this baked oatmeal a special one.
All the pumpkin pie flavors you love, in baked oatmeal form! Who says you can’t have pie for breakfast? I love the colorful pepita and cranberry toppers.
Nourishing, bursting with autumn flavor and rich chocolate chips … this one is an autumn winner for sure.
Fall’s favorite flavors – pumpkin and apple – mixed all together into one baking dish of cinnamon-sugar-crusted bliss!
Does it get any more hygge than this one?! Love the spices and the hearty nut topping.
Juicy peaches atop a creamy baked oatmeal. Yum.
This kid-friendly baked oatmeal is delicious (and nutritious!) Especially when drizzled with protein-rich peanut butter.
The Southern classic pie meets baked oatmeal! This pecan-streusel topped baked oatmeal cooks up in a pie plate for the ultimate pie-for-breakfast feeling.
Cook up your baked oatmeal in muffin cups, and you have these adorable baked oatmeal cups! Perfect for filling with your favorite thing – yogurt, fruit, nut butters, you name it.
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