Baked Oatmeal

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[23 Mar 2011 | Recipe By | 2 Comment(s) ]
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Baked Oatmeal

My family always say no when it comes to Oatmeal until I discovered this recipe. I found this recipe from foodgawker and I made a few variations to the original recipe, now it’s the star of our breakfast table.

Special Instructions: Preparation Time: 10 minutes, Cooking Time : 20 minutes, Serves: 4

Ingredients:
Oats- 150 g
Butter- 1 tbsp melted
Brown sugar- 50 g
Honey- 1 tbsp
Milk- 100 ml
Egg- 1
Vanilla essence- 1 tsp
Baking powder- 1 tsp

To serve:
Fruit compote
Fruit yogurt

Fruit compote:
Blueberry- 100 g
Maple syrup- 2 tbsp

Instructions:

Preheat the oven to 180 degree Celsius. Powder the oats in a blender. Mix the powdered oats , sugar, honey, baking powder, essence , egg and milk together without any lumps. Finally add the melted butter and mix well. If you are looking for a soft texture pour it in a shallow oval dish or 20 cm square dish and bake it in the oven for 15 to 20 minutes. Until the top layer looks firm.
If you want it like bars, pour it in a bigger dish and bake till the top looks firm.
Serve warm with yogurt and compote.

To make the compote:
Add the blueberries and maple syrup to the pan and bring it to medium to low heat. Cook until the fruit gets softened and it looks syrupy.

About Me:

Hi I’m Ayeesha, I blog in the name of Umm Mymoonah at www.tasteofpearlcity.blogspot.com. I love to cook different cuisines and enjoy blogging and photography.

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  • Dot
    Dot said:

    This looks very tasty!

    So I assume you use rolled oats (as opposed to steel cut) for this, since you’re powdering them? Or would it matter?

  • Ayeesha (author) said:

    Yes Dot, it’s rolled oats. Thank you for your comments :)

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