Monday, February 18, 2013

Baked Oatmeal with Bananas and Chocolate


       There was a time ( a couple years ago ) That I ate brown sugar oatmeal with bananas
               every single day. I was slightly obsessed and it made me feel full all day.
          Fast forward 2 years later. This oatmeal is my new obsession and it's amazing.


                                                  Baked Oatmeal with Bananas and Chocolate

                                                               3 cups quick cooking oats
                                                               1 cup packed brown sugar
                                                               2 teaspoons baking powder
                                                               1 teaspoon salt
                                                               1 1/2 teaspoons cinnamon
                                                               1 teaspoon vanilla
                                                               2 eggs
                                                               1 cup milk
                                                               1/2 cup butter, melted
                                                               1/3 cup semi sweet chocolate chips
                                                               1 banana plus one for garnish

                   1) In a large bowl combine oats, brown sugar, baking powder, cinnamon and
                    salt. In another bowl, whisk eggs, milk, vanilla and butter. Stir into oatmeal
                    mixture. Add in banana and chocolate chips.
                   2) Spoon into a greased baking dish. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.
                 
                                   Serve with milk additional banana and chocolate chips.


33 comments:

  1. I eat oatmeal pretty much every day too. Its SO yummy and filling. Making this

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  2. I went through a phase of having oatmeal every single morning too. This looks like the perfect way to spruce up my normal oatmeal. Printing this to try!

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  3. Oh, yum! Do you think this would work with steel cut oats? I accidentally bought a canister of the slow variety and never want to wait long enough to cook them!

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  4. This sounds awesome! I love baked oatmeal...it's so great to have it in the fridge for breakfast for the week!

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  5. I have been running out of breakfast ideas and now i see this! I am floored and so happy. It sounds perfect for my rowdy boys! Thanks friend and it looks amazing

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  6. It's kind of the only way I can eat oatmeal. LOL. I bet my kiddos would love this!

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  7. Ok... this looks like heaven in a dish! Amazing! This is totally going to become my new breakfast tradition :)

    xxx
    Jenna

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  8. Val, this looks so good! I am going to try your recipe this evening...I have all those indredients on hand! It will be a great treat for breakfast all week! Thanks!

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  9. Done!! Sold!!! A winner:) I love oatmeal!! I'm slightly obsessed with it at the moment as well. It's so warm and hearty. I could eat always! Thus is a must:)

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  10. Yum this looks delicious! I will definitely be trying it this week! :)

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  11. This has revolutionized breakfast, you know that? YUM!!!!

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  12. i spy that little jar from target with the chalkboard label and it is adorable!! i need to try baked oatmeal soon

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  13. What!? I am definitely making this. I love oatmeal---so immediately I am sold. Throw in some bananas and chocolate....win win.

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  14. I am not a banana fan but this looks very tasty!! I also love your dishes and spoon.

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  15. I heart oatmeal and this looks fantastic! Love your photos!

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  16. Your photo with the milk pouring, the adorable bowl, and the cute spoon is just the perfect picture! Plus, this recipe looks amazing.

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  17. Such a yummy idea! Of course, chocolate chips and banana make just about anything that much better!

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  18. Oh man, that looks soooo yummy. Must try!

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  19. I never would have thought to make oatmeal in the oven. I always make it on the stove or in the microwave, but I bet this give it a nice extra crunch :)

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  20. This looks absolutely delicious! I love oatmeal and bananas and chocolate and I think baking it would make it all the better! :)

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  21. now THAT is a breakfast! it looks amazing!

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  22. Yum! I always add bananas to my oatmeal. I should treat myself to some chocolate chips every now and again :)

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  23. ok, how have i never had this??? must-fix-now

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  24. HOLY love of food - i'm printing this out - YUMMMMMMO!

    PS pass it along - giveaway going on at my blog :o)

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  25. I love it, sans bananas. I am a banana freak, and will only eat bananas alone, not touching anything else, for any reason. Yes, I have talked about it in therapy, no, I will not change...! :)
    Anyway, looks good!

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  26. WHY have I not hopped on the baked oatmeal train?! That must end with this recipe. It looks so darn delicious, Val!

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  27. I agree. Oatmeal is one of the best to stay filled and healthy. I love the deep brown it takes on when it's baked vs. on the stove. I have a crockpot overnight recipe for oatmeal. It's really good. Love it. Take care,

    Shauna xo

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  28. Is this like flapjacks for breakfast? Bring it on.

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