Consider this your sign to try baked oats if you haven't already. I loveee stove-top oats and was late to the game on this one. But something about baking your oatmeal hits different.
The texture of baked oats compares to that of a muffin or cake, which is hard not to like. 😉 You can totally have a muffin or cake for breakfast. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that! But if you're in the mood for something sweet, fluffy, and something that will keep you satisfied for longer than a slice of cake🍰.. then this is the recipe for you.
This breakfast features a classic flavor combo (is anything better than a pb and j?), and simple ingredients I'm sure you already have in your pantry. All you need is a little extra time in your morning to bake! If you're ready to get started, keep scrolling for the full recipe!
Want to see this dish in action? Check out this short video of my pb+j baked oatmeal.
P.S. Do you avoid peanut butter at all costs because you lose control around it? Give this podcast episode a listen to hear more about why you can't seem to get ‘control' over your eating.. then report back to this recipe and make yourself some delish oats 😊
P.P.S. Are you looking to start healing your relationship with food and your body? Check out Ryann's TBJ newsletter! In these weekly emails, she offers 3 healthy tips, 2 book recs, and a journal prompt designed to guide you along your healing journey! Did I mention it's free?
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Healthy Breakfast Idea: Peanut Butter & Jelly Baked Oats
Looking to switch up your usual bowl of oatmeal? Try this simple and delicious peanut butter & jelly baked oats recipe!
Made with ingredients you already have in your pantry, this breakfast is sure to satisfy you. You also can't go wrong with such a timeless flavor duo… right?
- Preheat oven to 375 F
- Blend oats, banana, milk, baking soda, protein powder, and salt together in a blender
- Pour into greased, oven-safe bowl
- Add a spoonful of peanut butter to the center of your mixture once in the bowl
- Microwave your blueberries for about 30 seconds
- Add warm berries to the center/top of your batter in the dish
- Bake for about 20 minutes
- Cool, top with more peanut butter and a splash of milk, and enjoy!
- You can find more simple, balanced meal inspo on my Instagram @isabels.plate!!