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Nice change from regular oatmeal; I like the texture. I mixed it up the night before and baked it in the morning. Easy. I used skim milk, added 1/4 c milled flaxseed and 1/4 tsp salt. My kids really liked it, since it "tastes like a cookie"! Thanks!

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Nichola M May 11, 2011

very good, next time I'll do this with blueberries or apple too, this time I added some walnuts which filled inf or that "something missing"... I also used egg beaters to make this even a litte more healthy

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CHRISSYG May 07, 2011

Nice baked oatmeal that is not as sweet our favorite baked oatmeal. Still it is nice a healthy and something we would enjoy again. Thanks for the post.

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Debbwl January 06, 2013

I'm so glad I found your recipe. I love baked oatmeal, but it seems like every recipe out there has tons of sugar and or oil. Kinda takes away from any health benefit. I thought this turned out just right. I halved the recipe and used about a tablespoon of brown sugar. Looking forward to trying some add-ins. Thanks so much for posting.

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Lucky in Bayview October 15, 2011

Love it !!! I didn't add the Brown Sugar as I don't care for sweet cereals. This is a great make ahead dish for mornings when you don't have time to cook traditional Oatmeal. Lyss, this one will be made again & again !!!

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redwine January 06, 2010

Everyone loved it. Nice flavor. Made as described with mashed banana. One child who won't eat banana, didn't even notice it. Reheated very nicely in the microwave.

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JulieCooks June 15, 2009

Just what I was looking for--a healthy and relatively fast baked oatmeal recipe that could be easily halved. In the future I will probably omit the vanilla extract and just top with vanilla yogurt and fruit. Good breakfast, stuck with me.

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Renegade Chef February 28, 2009

I changed up the recipe a little, as I was trying to find one that was close to what a friend of mine had given me, but that I'd lost. So, I used half reg. oat & half quick oats. I doubled the cinnamon and used 3/4 c. applesauce. Oh and I used regular cow's milk. I thought it turned out awesome just as it was. However, my daughter (6) and her friend (8) each wanted a little something else added. My daughter had me add milk and some more cinnamon and her friend had me mix in more applesauce and some cinnamon. But hey, adding the extras after it was baked was no problem, and I still got the texture I wanted. Thanks a bunch!!

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Momma Kate May 26, 2012

I just finished making this, and it was really great! I had to use an egg substitute due to an egg sensitivity and used almond milk instead of soy, and it still turned out great. It felt like something was missing though.....maybe next time I'll try slicing up an apple and putting it in there or blueberries. Overall though, a great recipe!

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Ohhmuffin May 27, 2010
Healthy Baked Oatmeal