followed recipe as is and I must say it was the toppings that made this healthy dish good. So filling,too! Thanks!
After reading Maito's review, I also adjusted some of the amounts: 1/2 tsp salt, 1/2 tsp cinnamon, 1/3 cup brown sugar; for dietary reasons, Fresh & Easy brand Unsweetened Organic Soy Milk and 1/4 cup Eggbeaters (equiv to 1 egg) to replace the real milk and eggs. 40 mins seemed just right. All the flavors could be tasted, even with the reduction. I melted the pb in the micro on high for 15 secs, stirred, then another 15 secs. I was very intrigued to try this with natural pb, but I just can't afford it right now, so I used my favorite and what I have on hand, Jif Creamy. I followed the rest of the recipe as written. Bf said he liked this better than the last baked oatmeal I made (he thought I was making the same thing, but adding pb and bananas and chopped nuts) and I told him this is a totally different recipe. He said it was good. I really liked the pb sauce and nuts and fresh banana better than eating this without. This was substantially thicker and rose nicely so probably does yield 6 servings. I made the full batch, but there will be leftovers. This is the second time I've made baked oatmeal. Thanks vitalev! Made for PRMR.
Very yummy oatmeal! More appropriately named Banana Peanut Baked Oatmeal (a la king - made me think it was a savory dish, lol, til I read the ingredients!). I didn't care for the peanut butter as a topping, but did like the nuts and fresh banana on it. Day 2 I used macadamias instead of peanuts and that was an awesome combination! I used only a quarter of the salt and cinnamon, and halved the brown sugar, and these flavors were still prominent for us. Served hot from the oven - a delicious and filling breakfast!