Ever get tired of the same old breakfasts? Looking for a new breakfast that is delicious, easy, and healthy? Look no more! This baked oatmeal is packed with protein and is so quick to make! What a great way to start your day.
Mornings are so busy! It normally takes us 20-30 minutes to make breakfast from scratch and then we try to do the dishes before we head to work. If we can eliminate two of those steps, it is a win-win! We love to have this in the fridge for the week and just microwave what we want each morning. One of my favorite things about this recipe is minimal dishes during cleanup.
5 Reasons to start your morning with Baked Oatmeal!
Healthy- Have I mentioned that this recipe is healthy? Obviously, healthy is a bit of a relative term, depending on what specifically you are tracking. If you are doing keto, or low carb, this is not a great option for you. But, if you are looking for a source of "good carbs" that give us energy, this recipe is perfect!
Full of Protein- The whey protein is an optional add-in for this breakfast. We have made it both ways and enjoy both. Normally, I am looking for ways to get more protein in my diet, so I normally add it in. Even if you don't, there is still a good amount of protein with the peanut butter.
Easy- This recipe is easy to make and only takes about 10 minutes. I always try to make as few dishes as possible to save time during cleanup. You really can't mess this recipe up!
Great as leftovers- Mornings seem to be busy for everybody. Why not make it easier by having breakfast already made? I normally make this oatmeal on a Sunday night and grab a few bites fresh out of the oven :) We then let it cool and refrigerate it.
Full of flavor- Seriously, this is delicious! We have made multiple different baked oatmeals over the year and this is one of our favorites! The peanut butter, apple, and cinnamon are just the perfect combination.
TIP- Make your baked oatmeal in a container that has a lid so you can stack it in your refrigerator.
We love to top ours with a little yogurt in the morning. My husband will put his in a bowl and add a little milk. There are so many options!
The nutritional information is calculated as a courtesy and is only an approximate. I cannot guarantee the accuracy of the nutritional information for any recipes on this site.
Total calories- 1720 (280 calories for 1/6) Total carbs- 232 grams (38 carbs for 1/6)
Total protein- 64 grams (10 grams for 1/6) Total fat- 68 grams (11 grams for 1/6)
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