Almost feels wrong to call this breakfast becauase it was SO GOOD.
The perfect balance of sweet and salty with the chocolate and sea salt, and the extra crunch from the salted peanuts.
All i can say is… MAKE THIS. Trust me, you will want to get up at 6am just to eat breakfast as early as possible. Also, works great as a snack in the evening when you want that sweet treat after dinner… .or is that just me?
I am not a huge fan of super sweet breakfasts, instead i prefer savoury breakfasts, so this actually works better as an afternoon or evening snack for me!
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Baked oatmeal has become one of my favourite ways to eat oatmeal… and if i am honest, i can’t choose which combo is my favourite out of the ones i have already made, because they are all amazing!
More flavour combos will be made in the future 🙂
So how long does baked oatmeal last… well in my household 48 hours, hahah. But it should last 4-5 days in the fridge.
Does it work to be freezed? I haven’t tested this so i can’t answer this. But it should be fine, though that is just an educated guess.
Also i used rolled oats, so i don’t know how it will work with other forms of oats… but it should work fine you may just need to adjust the amount of liquid.
To see how i make the oatmeal, you can watch my IG video, HERE
The bowl, tray and marble board are all from Lagerhaus. Unsure if they still have these variants in their collection.
Using the same base as my previous baked oat recipes. In the future i will try come up with another base and see how it turns out… but why change a winning concept?
200g rolled (5dl)
2 tsp chia seeds
C.a 150ml stevia or sugar (use avout 90g/100ml sugar)
around 100ml salted peanuts
around 150g dark chocolate, chopped
Around 100ml crunchy peanut butter
Pinch of vanilla (optional)
350ml boiling water
70ml plant based milk
Preheat oven to 180C.
In a bowl mix together the oatmeal, chia seeds, 1 chopped banana & sweetener. Add 350ml boiling water and mix together. Cover with a plate and allow to sit for 10 minutes.
After 10 minutes, take the plate off and add 70ml plant based milk. Add the peanut butter, peanuts & chopped chocolate. Mix. (Note, leave some dark chocolate to top when the oatmeal is baked).
Then grease a pan (or use some parchmentpaper), and pour the oatmeal in. Top with the other sliced banana, some peanuts and sea salt.
Bake in the oven around 35 minutes. If necessary cover with some parchment paper to stop from burning.
Once done allow to cool slightly before adding some extra dark chocolate, then serve with some plant based milk!