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Baked Oats Recipe UK - Simple Baked Oats With Milk

The smell of oats baking in the oven in the morning warms my soul. There are two baked oats recipes in particular that are now staples on my weekly breakfast list. In this post I'll share with you these two favourites: one baked oats recipe with milk and packed with protein, and a second super simple baked oats recipe that takes 2 minutes to throw together and It's so yummy!


What makes these recipes even better is they are really low in refined sugar and packed with natural sweetness. These baked oats recipes are also full of fibre. A big tick for looking after your gut.


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What Are Baked Oats?


Essentially baked oats are any combination of oats with something 'wet' which is then baked in the oven. For example, egg, banana, or milk etc can all be used as the 'wet' ingredient. Both of my favourite overnight oats recipes have bananas in them.


What I love about baked oats recipes is that they are low-effort in the mornings! I like to put mine in the oven while I do my morning sit-ups, yoga/stretch or spin on the Peloton.


What equipment do you need to make baked oats?


Just a baking dish big enough for 2 portions, something like the Malacassa ones or Keraiz ones on Amazon (below). You can bake in smaller portions too, for example, individually baked oats in smaller dishes, simply reduce the cooking time by 2 or 3 minutes so the oats don't dry out.




Are Baked Oats Healthy?


The word 'healthy' is relative to your perspective of what 'healthy' means, but in my opinion yes they are and here's why: Oats are a wholegrain, so they haven't been tampered with and support efficient digestion, they are packed with fibre, the sweetness in my own, and many other, baked oats recipes come from natural sources, the banana provides fibre, potassium, vitamin B6, vitamin C, and various antioxidants and phytonutrients which some claim have benefits including reducing inflammation. Plus recipes including milk provides a boost of calcium too!


Baked Oats Recipes UK - Finding Good Quality Ingredients


Any oat in it's whole-form will be a great choice. I use all different brands from Tesco, Sainsburys and Ocado, including Flahavan's.



For delicious, untampered-with fruit for your baked oat recipes look no further than Riverford - 100% organically produced slow-grown for flavour.


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Recipe 1 of 2:

Baked Oats Recipe With Milk


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Makes 2 servings

30 minutes
Super-easy

Ingredients

  • Splash olive oil

  • 1 banana mashed

  • 60g oats

  • 2 tbsp chia seeds

  • 2 tbsp raisins (or any dried fruit)

  • 1 tsp Truvia (optional)

  • 2 tsp ground cinnamon

  • 50-150ml oat milk (I use Alpro) - I use 50ml as I prefer mine to come out crunchier

  • 2 handfuls of fresh or frozen berries

  • 4 tbsp dessicated coconut

Method

  • Heat oven to 170c (fan)

  • Grease the baking dish with a little oil

  • Add banana, oats, chia seeds, cinnamon, Truvia and raisins and mix well

  • Add enough milk to soak oats etc but not ‘swimming’

  • Add berries, mix and a splash more milk if it looks dry. The key is to not overdo the milk, yet not be too dry.

  • Top with desiccated coconut and bake for 25 mins

Serve

  • Serve with yoghurt or kefir



 

Recipe 2 of 2:

Baked Oats Recipe UK

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Makes 1 generous serving or 2 small

30 minutes
Super-easy

Ingredients

  • 2 eggs

  • 1 banana mashed

  • 4 tbsp oats

  • 1 scoop vanilla protein powder

  • 1 tsp Truvia (optional)

  • 1 tsp cinnamon

  • 1 tbsp raisins (or other dried fruit)

  • Handful of raspberries

  • 1 tsp baking powder

  • 3 tbsp dedicated coconut

  • Olive oil


Method

  • Heat oven to 170c (fan)

  • Mix banana, eggs, oats, protein, baking powder, cinnamon and Truvia well

  • Gently stir in raisins, raspberries and 1 tbsp coconut

  • Grease ramekin with a little oil, pour in the mixture

  • Top with remaining coconut and bake for 25-30 minutes till golden and risen

 

What Protein Powder?


I usually used Applied Nutrition Vegan Protein as it contains no sunflower oil or sugar, but this one from My Protein has amazing flavour!


So will you be adding any of my simple baked oats recipes to your weekly menu from now on?


The great thing about baked oats is that they're so versatile, you can experiment with different fruits, spices and consistency. The baked oats with milk and chia seeds recipe is my personal favourite!


Feel free to share your variations on these recipes with me and my food-based Instagram profile: @foodwholefood. If you're in need of some delicious organic fresh fruit then don't forget to take a look at Riverford too!


Happy baking!


Jen - Author


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