Berry Oatmeal Breakfast Bake

A simple berry oatmeal breakfast bake full of oats and nutritious fruit perfect to make ahead for busy weekday mornings, or to enjoy fresh out of the oven on those slow weekend mornings that are few and far between.

Berry Oatmeal Breakfast BakeI received Love Grown Super Oats as part of an ongoing partnership.  I was not compensated for my time, and the opinions and recipe are my own! 🙂

Happy Friday, friends!

I am officially in school mode.  The weather has cooled down a bit here in Denver, and the crisp morning air is pretty refreshing.  While I LOVE summertime, the chilly weather is a nice change of pace.  It was 48 degrees when I went for my run yesterday morning!  While that temp is great for running, I was a tad chilly the rest of the day.  Time to get out the sweaters…

Anyways, I’m getting through the hustle and bustle of school by prepping and planning (two of my FAV things to do).  I made this Berry Oatmeal Breakfast Bake to have for quick and easy breakfasts.  The way this breakfast bake works for me is that I cook it up on Sunday, portion it out into smaller containers and then Brian and I have grab and go morning meals Monday through Friday.  PERFECTION!

Berry Oatmeal Breakfast Bake

Since I’m totally in school mode, I’ve been thinking a lot about when I actually used to go to school in a classroom (I’m a distance student).  Remember on the first day of school when the teacher would go around the classroom and have everyone share some fun facts about themselves?  I feel like most people DREADED those “icebreakers”, but to be honest I thought they were pretty fun.  I really enjoy hearing other people’s stories, and I liked sharing things about myself that may not typically come up in conversation, ya know?

Well, in the spirit of “back to school” I’m going to attempt to conjure up 10 fun facts about me that go beyond the recipes and the workouts here on the blog.

And as a favor:  I’d love to learn some fun facts about all of you in the comments section!

  • I was born in Grand Rapids, MI but grew up in Fort Wayne, IN.
  • In high school I was part of our competitive show choir (yep, just like Glee!) all four years.
  • In school my worst subject was PE…ha! Yeah, I’m not that great at sports and in my school it was more about the sports rather than just moving and loving your body.
  • Six of my best friends and I started a singing group in high school and we performed around Fort Wayne.

Berry Oatmeal Breakfast Bake

  • As a child I was in LOVE with the show ER, so naturally I thought I wanted to be a doctor. Eventually, I realized I wanted to act like a doctor on a TV show rather than actually become one.
  • I love scary movies, gory tv shows, medical dramas, and things with all the blood and guts, but when it comes to real life I get queazy just THINKING about someone undergoing surgery, an injury, or anything of that nature. (hence why I would not make a good doctor…)

Berry Oatmeal Breakfast Bake

  • Remember how I said I wasn’t so great at sports ^^ my first ever email address was
  • SoccerGirlTara@aol.com…
  • I want to publish a book someday, possibly a cookbook…lots of ideas.
  • I broke my arm when I was 12 while riding an electric scooter.
  • I ADORE eating warm oatmeal for breakfast, especially on cool and crisp fall mornings. (I also love smoothies 😉 )

Berry Oatmeal Breakfast Bake

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When Brian and I first met, he wasn’t much of an oatmeal person.  Actually, he wasn’t much of a breakfast person (gasp!).  Both of those facts quickly changed, and the previous non-oatmeal lover loves this breakfast 🙂

This Berry Oatmeal Breakfast bake is a hearty and satisfying way to start your day…the ability to make it ahead for busy mornings is a bonus.

If you try this Berry Oatmeal Breakfast Bake recipe, snap a pic and share it on Instagram tagging #trebleinthekitchen so I can see!

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A simple berry oatmeal breakfast bake full of oats and nutritious fruit perfect to make ahead for busy weekday mornings, or to enjoy fresh out of the oven on those slow weekend mornings that are few and far between.
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Recipe type: breakfast, casserole, make ahead, gluten free, grain free, low fodmap, vegetarian
Cuisine: breakfast
Serves: 8 servings
Ingredients
  • ½ cup roughly chopped raw walnuts
  • 2 cups rolled oats
  • ½ cup Love Grown Super Oats
  • 1 Tbsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • ½ tsp sea salt
  • ¼ tsp nutmeg
  • 1¾ cup unsweetened almond milk (original or vanilla will work)
  • ⅓ cup pure maple syrup
  • 2 eggs*
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 cups fruit (I like 1 cup of blueberries and 1 cup of strawberries cut into halves)
  • 1 banana, sliced
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Toast the walnuts on a rimmed baking sheet for about 5 minutes, or until fragrant. Remove from the oven and set aside.
  3. Put a small amount of coconut oil onto a paper towel and rub it along the bottom and sides of a square glass baking dish.
  4. In a large bowl, combine the oats, super oats, nuts, cinnamon, baking powder, salt, and nutmeg.
  5. In a separate bowl, combine the almond milk, maple syrup, egg, and vanilla extract.
  6. Pour the wet mixture over the oatmeal mixture and stir until combined.
  7. Place the banana slices and berries along the bottom of the baking dish.
  8. Pour the oatmeal mixture over the berries.
  9. Bake 40-45 minutes, or until golden brown.
  10. Serve warm or allow to cool thoroughly before storing for use later in the week.**
Notes
*can sub 2 flax eggs to make this dish vegan
**You can make this entire dish ahead of time (including baking it) and then reheat it when ready to serve by placing foil over the entire dish and heating at 375 for about 20 minutes, or until the center is warm.
If you are following a low FODMAP diet, be cautious with the serving size. ¼ cup of oats is considered low FODMAP, so please pay attention to how you feel when consuming this breakfast bake.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 serving Calories: 294 Fat: 8 g Saturated fat: 1 g Unsaturated fat: 2 g Carbohydrates: 47 mg Sugar: 14 g Sodium: 115 mg Fiber: 6 g Protein: 10 g Cholesterol: 47 mg

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Questions of the Day:

  • Share a fun fact (or 2 or 10) with me down below!
  • Did you enjoy the ice breakers at the start of school, or am I alone on that one?
  • What was your first ever e-mail address?

Comments

  1. YESSS to the soccer-related email addresses! Mine was freedomsoccer12. Before that, it was blue9dolphin…yikes..haha!

  2. what a simple and delicious breakfast here! This looks so good!

  3. I heart the fact that you also hated PE. Same! And lol about wanting to act like a doctor in a TV show. Love these 10 things. Happy studying. 🙂

  4. That oatmeal bake looks soo good!! I hate PE too! lol. Some random facts about me: I am from Nashville, TN, I have been to Europe about 8 times, I am left-handed, I dog-sit because I just loveee dogs, and I met my husband my freshman year of college. 🙂 Have a great weekend!!

    • Tara Deal Rochford says:

      Glad to know I wasn’t the only one to not like PE…seems a bit strange for a healthy living blogger!

  5. Hi Tara!! This looks so delicious that I want to make it ASAP–anyway I could sub regular oats for the Love Grown Super Oats? Or are they pretty essential to the recipe?

    • Tara Deal Rochford says:

      Hi Mary Priestly! 🙂 You can absolutely sub regular or quick-cooking oats if that is what you have on hand 🙂 Hope you enjoy!!!

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