Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Baked blueberry banana oatmeal



I learned to eat baked oat meal in Brussels, Belgium, where I spent 3 years in a Bible Collage. Tim, an american cook with a great sense of humor, prepared the most delicious meals for us, and shared his baked oat meal recipe with me.
 
This baked oatmeal with banana and blueberries gives you a lovely start in the morning! It's easy to prepare - you basically mix the ingredients together, top the meal with blueberries, and bake in the oven for 15-20 minutes.
 
I found the recipe from Dawn's lovely food-blog Words of Deliciousness, where you can find a printable recipe. I've added a half teaspoon stevia, and one teaspoon of coconut oil, to the original recipe.
 


I've used frozen blueberries, and I will try the recipe next time with frozen blackberries.

 
... What's best - the thought of having baked blueberry banana oatmeal for breakfast
makes it easier to  get up in the morning!
 
 



35 comments:

  1. Wow! Baked oatmeal......I would never have thought of that.

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    1. Hi Enie, you're almost repeating my words when I first time saw baked oatmeal ... Baked oatmeal works well and tastes good! I need to write the recipe of the simple baked oat meal as well.

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  2. This sounds delicious...thank you for sharing!

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    1. Thanks Sherri ~ I'm happy having found a delicious & easy breakfast ~ and give the thanks further to Dawns inspiring recipe :)

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  3. I am so going to try this recipe; it sounds and looks delicious and I love all the components that go together in making it. Thanks!

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    1. Hi Nicki, I hope you enjoy the oat meal as much as I do :)

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  4. Looks delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thanks Debbie ~ it's one of the my new favorite recipes :)

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  5. I'm not a lover of bananas but this looks divine and I might just have to make an exception and try it this weekend!

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    1. You can substitute the banana with a spoonful of yogurt, adding some sugar as well ... The banana gives sweetness, therefore the extra suger is good, when leaving the banana out.

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    2. I have bought the ingredients and will be trying it in the morning...banana and all! :-) (thanks for the tip, though, just in case I'm not liking the banana flavor!)

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    3. I have bought the ingredients and will be trying it in the morning...banana and all! :-) (thanks for the tip, though, just in case I'm not liking the banana flavor!)

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    4. That' s great ;) - I hope you enjoyed the baked oat meal - it's a nice & tasty alternative to the usual oat meal.

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  6. yours looks more yummy than Dawn's... We shall have this for desert tonight!

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  7. Yum, my husband loves oatmeal and I make it in the crock pot. I'm going to try this recipe, I know he'll love it.

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    1. I've googled the crock pot, sounds very handy, looking forward to the day when they're available in Denmark :)

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  8. You don't have to twist my arm; this is my next receipt to try...I love oatmeal and fruit and this just looks and sounds delicious.....Thank you so much for sharing the receipt....

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    1. Hi Nancy, you can add your favorite berries, the banana gives sweetness, a spoonful of brown sugar would also be good with so berries ... Delicious baked oat meal moments!

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    1. Thanks ~ a sweety breakfast makes a lovely dessert ;)

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  10. Your oatmeal looks wonderful. I like how yours turned out a little bit more brown on top than mine did. Thank you for mentioning me. Dawn

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    1. Hi Dawn, thank you so much for the inspiration you give ~ I enjoy your recipes and love to follow your blog! The chicken filets with cheese crusting and scones are one of our favorites!

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  11. I did make it! Doubled the recipe and added a little brown sugar. It was great. Forgot to take a photo. What's become of me? Guess I was too hungry.

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    1. That's a great idea to double the recipe and serve it for dessert, Roxi! Happy you liked the taste ~ lol with the "what's become of me" :)

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  12. This looks and sounds delicious. I eat oatmeal in some form just about every morning.

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    1. Thanks, oat meal makes a lovely breakfast!

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  13. SO beautiful! Yes, I could jump out of bed for this girlfriend! have a great weekend.

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    1. Thanks Laurie, Happy weekend to you as well!

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  14. Thanks for dropping by this morning, Nina - it's always such a pleasure to visit - SO very peaceful!

    I love blueberries so this recipe really caught my eye!

    Have a wonderful day and a blessed weekend!

    Create With Joy
    http://create-with-joy.com

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    1. Thank you Joy! I hope you enjoy your weekend!

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