OMG, so good. Okay I cooked mine 30 minutes and I added about 1 tbl. of Vanilla extract, it was great. I really could see adding a diced tart apple.
This was pretty good--a nice, basic baked oatmeal recipe. However, I found that a lot of the "filling' was at the bottom of the pan and the oats were floating on top of it...so, the texture ended up being just a bit off. Next time I'm thinking about making baked oatmeal, I'll definitely let it sit in the fridge overnight (I think this helps to prevent the separation).
This is really really really good. I've already made two batches, and each of them last me a week. I end up adding about two large chopped up apples to it to make it a little more balanced for breakfast. I also only use about 3/4 of the required sugar and fat, and it still tastes amazing. I think it spoils after about 6 days in the fridge, just in case anyone was wondering..
I have made this for my family many times. I thought I had reviewed it already. (Sorry!) We use soy products instead of milk and butter (DS Allergies). I also add blueberries or a couple of finely diced apples (the family's favorite) So Simple and Delish! Thanks for sharing!
This is breakfast comfort food! It's easy to make, keeps well in the fridge, is healthy and tastes great. What more could you ask? I use old-fashioned rather than quick-coooking and increase the milk to equal the amount of oatmeal. Also, I cut the sugar in half and add an equal amount of raisins. Served with cream, this oatmeal can't be beat!
A nice hearty way to start the day! I added a fresh diced peach and 1/2 cup raisins.
We love this recipe. I have been making it for months...my family likes to make yogurt and baked oatmeal parfaits with blueberries. Last time I made it, I used just 2 tbsp butter and subbed 1/2 cup applesauce for half of the sugar. They never noticed the difference! Awesome recipe.
I first downloaded this recipe several years ago and have made several times...it is AMAZING. I was never a fan of oatmeal, but I love it fixed this way. It also re-heats very well as there are only two of us. I was having a bowl this morning and realized I had never rated, so I decided it was about time. Thanks for making me a fan of Oatmeal!
We really liked this. I probably cut the sugar down to 1/3 c and it was plenty sweet for us. I also added blueberries to the mix. Prepared in advance and refrigerated overnight. Thanks!
I made this recipe after reading several choices and really enjoyed the texture when made with only oat bran. It was wonderfully chewy without being dry. I kept what I didn't eat right off in the pie pan I baked it in and cut wedges to reheat in parchment or with milk in a pan. It was good all the way through.