21 Reviews

Several "muffin" batches later.....my favorite combo uses 8 minced dates instead of raisins and I swap the milk for 1/2 C. fat-free Greek yogurt and 1/2 C. water! A GOOD bad habit!!! Just love these! Mine never seem to need to bake longer than 30 minutes. The possibilities are endless...THANK YOU!!!

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Singin'Chef March 20, 2011

I used frozen blueberries instead of raisins. This was very good. Thankyou rfor a great recipe.

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seesko June 19, 2007

This was just what I was looking for. I did some subbing for ingredients I had on hand; banana for applesauce, blueberries for raisins, and white sugar for brown. This was crumbly coming out of the oven but as it sat it was bar like. Thanks for a simple and delicious breakfast!

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drinkmore June 05, 2011

This was fantastic! I cut the recipe in half and it served two people. I used 1/4 cup raisins (which I soaked beforehand), 3 tbsp dark brown sugar, 1 whole egg and 1 tsp cinnamon. I baked it for 35 minutes, and the result was a chewy inside and crisp outside. I had it for breakfast, with cream and walnuts on top. I really enjoyed it and know I'll definitely make it again. Thanks for this great recipe!

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haven't the slightest January 06, 2011

This was delicious! I added 3/4 teaspoons cinnamon and served with milk and a little sprinkling of brown sugar on top to sweeten it a bit more. If you want it a bit more moist, you might want to decrease baking time by 5 minutes, but I thought it was great!

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AmyZ July 21, 2008

Delicious! I made it for my dad for breakfast. He didn't think it was sweet enough, so he ate it with maple syrup. I thought it was just perfect! Perhaps not enough raisins, though. I changed the cooking time to 35 minutes, so it was more moist.

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lanchik in the city February 19, 2008

I loved this, the first time I left the raisins out and the second time I included them. I do like it better with the raisins included, it gives it a little more sweetness. I've also made it with a diced granny smith apple and it was fantastic! Thanks for sharing this healthy and delicious recipe!

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Cyn December 20, 2007

I just discovered the joys (and versatility) of baked oatmeal! This is my favorite recipe so far because it is low in fat and sugar. Today I made it for my running friends before we set out on a 12 mile run...perfect for a cold, wet morning. I also chopped an apple and half a cup of fresh cranberries that I had on hand. I increased the oatmeal by half a cup to make sure there was enough for everyone...which there was! Thanks for the recipe, I've made it twice and I've put it in my "favorites" file!

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Wendybird 2 November 11, 2007

Yum! A new twist for my oatmeal breakfast! I missed the whole egg, didn't read the directions close enough and only added the 1/4 egg substitute. Leftovers were good too, I added a little milk before reheating it. Next time I'm going to try adding some apple like another review mentioned.

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hmms June 18, 2007
Baked Oatmeal