Rich in fiber and protein, oatmeal is a delicious breakfast staple. In this collection of 20 Cozy Baked Oatmeal Recipes, you’ll find scrumptious ways to flavor rolled oats that will make them an irresistible treat for breakfast, snacks, or even dessert time.
From fruits like apples, strawberries, and pears, to chocolate chips, shredded carrots, and pumpkin puree, there’s no end to the ways that you can enhance oatmeal.
From seasonal ideas that taste like gingerbread, to summertime flavors that take on a tropical vibe, you’ll be amazed at the different ingredients you can add to make a delectable baked oatmeal recipe taste like a cozy breakfast treat. Take some time to check out each of these recipes, give some a try, and let me know which ones are your favorites.
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20 Cozy Baked Oatmeal Recipes
20 Cozy Baked Oatmeal Recipes
Blueberry Baked Oatmeal by Life Made Sweeter
The sweet taste of warm blueberries bursting to fruity deliciousness is paired with oatmeal for a delightful breakfast dish. Use old-fashioned oats and mix with maple syrup, almond milk, eggs, and spices. Add fresh blueberries and save some to garnish the top, too!
Bake to chewy goodness and serve this family-favorite meal that everyone will love.
Apple Cinnamon Baked Oatmeal by How Sweet Eats
Take advantage of apple season and make this classic spiced oatmeal full of warm and fragrant cinnamon and brown sugar. You can use quick oats and even combine a variety of apples in this easy recipe.
It’s a nostalgic oatmeal dish that’s perfect to make ahead of time and warm up when ready to serve.
Orange Chocolate Chip Baked Oatmeal by Happy Healthy Mama
Chocolate chips combine with orange zest and juice in this tasty baked oatmeal dish that’s completely kid-approved. Old fashioned oats pair well with this citrus and chocolate flavoring, and it mixes up in minutes and bakes in just 20, so there’s every reason to make it as soon as possible!
Peaches And Cream Baked Oatmeal by Making Thyme For Health
When juicy, ripe peaches are in season, that’s the right time to make this delectable baked oatmeal. Rolled oats pair with coconut milk, maple syrup, eggs, butter, vanilla, and diced peaches for an easy batter that bakes to peachy goodness.
And because cream goes with peaches, be sure and drizzle a bit of your favorite cream topping on top of this warm oatmeal when serving.
Peanut Butter And Orange Marmalade Oatmeal Bake by The Curious Plate
Peanut butter and jelly ditches the usual sliced bread for old-fashioned rolled oats in this irresistible baked oatmeal recipe. The creamy peanut butter can be switched out for the nut butter of your preference, and feel free to try your favorite jam or jelly choice to get the flavor you dream to enjoy.
Cinnamon, maple syrup, and walnuts spice things up and make it an easy assemble ahead of time dish that you can slide in the oven when you’re ready.
Pumpkin Baked Oatmeal by More Than Meat And Potatoes
Pumpkin puree is the perfect addition to a baked oatmeal dish that adds the cozy spices of vanilla, cinnamon, and maple sugar to the mix.
The old-fashioned rolled oats batter also gets a smattering of chopped pecans for a nutty and crunchy addition that makes this pumpkin-baked oatmeal a seasonal favorite.
Cinnamon Roll Baked Oatmeal by Spicy Southern Kitchen
No need to roll out dough with this cinnamon-infused oatmeal that’s just as warm, fragrant, and delightful as a baked roll. Dense and chewy, this recipe uses old-fashioned oats to bake up the perfect comfort food for breakfast, or dessert. Drizzle on a cream cheese glaze and be prepared to swoon!
Sweet Potato Baked Oatmeal by Eating Bird Food
Prep this sweet potato and rolled oats meal the day before so it’s ready for the oven when you are. Make the spiced mashed sweet potatoes and oatmeal base and mix up a nutty and crunchy topping of chopped pecans, coconut sugar, coconut oil, and oats. It’s a delightful breakfast for the fall season and beyond.
Cranberry Orange Baked Oatmeal by A Saucy Kitchen
Oats that are spiked with the tart, citrusy, and sweet additions of cranberries and oranges make for a scrumptious breakfast option for the holidays. Truth be told, this oatmeal bake recipe also makes a delightful dessert. Drizzle a little warm maple syrup over it before serving and dive in.
Gingerbread Baked Oatmeal by Fit Mitten Kitchen
The holidays will be even cozier when you bake this spiced oatmeal that’s full of all the classic ingredients and aromas of gingerbread. Cinnamon, cloves, ginger, molasses, and maple syrup join rolled oats in this easy one-bowl mixture that bakes to delicious perfection as you enjoy the comforting aromas of this holiday breakfast meal.
Baked Eggnog Oatmeal With Apples And Walnuts by AZ Grab A Plate
You’ll taste the holidays in this scrumptious eggnog-infused baked oatmeal treat that’s full of apples and cinnamon, as well as the nutty crunch of walnuts. It’s a simple switch from milk to eggnog in this seasonal offering that’s perfect for Christmas morning.
Chocolate Baked Oatmeal by Heart And Stove
Your chocolate obsession will be fed with this rich espresso and cocoa-infused oatmeal bake that’s both healthy and outrageously delicious. Rolled oats are flavored with cocoa and espresso powder, as well as with chocolate chips.
Egg, almond milk, maple syrup, and spices also go in the batter before being baked. Top it all with crushed pistachios (optional), or just eat this chocolaty breakfast feast as it is.
Banana Bread Oatmeal by Budget Bytes
Not just for breakfast, this baked oatmeal can be a sweet afternoon snack or an after-dinner dessert option. Full of ripe mashed bananas is a lightly spiced mixture that once baked, can be served hot or cold, making it perfect when you’re on the go.
There’s a little nuttiness, too, from the chopped walnuts, so you’ll have that satisfying crunch in every bite.
Pina Colada Baked Oatmeal by Five Heart Home
All the tropical flavors you love can be found right here in this shredded coconut, pineapple, and coconut milk-baked oatmeal dish. The pina colada flavors are enhanced by adding ginger, macadamia, or chopped cashew nuts to the rolled oatmeal batter, making this a wonderful summertime breakfast option.
Baked Turmeric Oatmeal by Running To The Kitchen
Baked oatmeal spiced with cinnamon and raisins gets a healthy dash of freshly ground turmeric for a nutritious way to start your day. It also contains bananas, milk, and eggs for a protein-packed breakfast option that can be made and refrigerated to enjoy through the week.
Strawberry Baked Oatmeal by A Virtual Vegan
Ripe and succulent fresh strawberries are just the fruit to add to a summery baked oatmeal breakfast. It takes just minutes to mix up this one-bowl batter of old-fashioned oats, ground flaxseed, milk, sugar, fresh strawberries, nut butter, and spices. Make it in a baking dish or even a muffin tin so you can grab and go with this sweet baked oatmeal treat.
Carrot Cake Baked Oatmeal by Minimalist Baker
Yes, you can have your cake for breakfast with this heavenly combo of naturally sweet shredded carrots that share space with rolled oats, raisins, chopped walnuts, and cinnamon in this easy breakfast bake. Reminiscent of carrot cake, it’s a healthy option for the mornings or a quick snack.
Zucchini Bread Baked Oatmeal by Eating Bird Food
Perhaps the secret to a moist baked oatmeal dish is the water-based veggie of zucchini. Just like zucchini bread, this shredded vegetable will keep this maple and cinnamon-spiced oatmeal from drying out so that it’s perfect for reheating when the mood strikes.
Add in chopped walnuts for extra crunch and nuttiness and make this lovely oatmeal recipe soon.
Baked Pear Oatmeal by Walder Wellness
Luscious pears give this baked oatmeal a lovely and delicate flavoring along with the cozy spices of cinnamon, ginger, and vanilla that will waft through your kitchen as it all bakes. Chopped walnuts pair perfectly with this fall-inspired baked oatmeal idea and will be a sweet way to usher in the change of seasons.
Baked Oatmeal With Cherries by Little Broken
Fresh pitted cherries and sliced almonds are a sweet and nutty combo that makes a baked oatmeal breakfast taste like an extravagant dessert. The secret ingredient that keeps it deliciously moist is applesauce. It’s a quick batter that bakes in under 30 minutes, ready for you to serve it with a splash of milk. What could be better?
Let me know if you try any of these baked oatmeal recipes, I love to hear from you. I grew up eating oatmeal at least 3 or 4 times a week, it was a staple in our home. Please stay safe, stay well, and keep prepping. May God Bless this world, Linda