Peanut Butter Baked Oatmeal

I am always looking for easy, but healthy things to serve for breakfast. I all to often serve cold cereal or yogurt and toast. I am trying to get better, really I am, but I struggle with breakfast ideas. So, I am really trying to come up with things that work for us.

One of the things that my family does like for breakfast, and I like to make, is baked oatmeal. I have a basic recipe that I make and we serve it with fruit and milk. But I have been wanting something different. So I tried a few things and I came up with a peanut butter version of baked oatmeal.

My family loves this. My son who does not like oatmeal or baked oatmeal, even thinks this is good. My husband, the peanut butter lover of the family, thought this was really good.

I like the flavor of the peanut butter in this, but I also like the fact that it makes it a little more filling. I used brown sugar in this and I think it works much better than white sugar. It really gives it some extra flavor.

Our favorite way to eat this is with a little milk poured on top of it.

This recipe makes enough for our family of 5, with enough leftover for my husband to have it for breakfast the next day.


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Comments

  1. I’ll have to give that a try.
    Susan

  2. I have been wanting to try baked oatmeal. Do you think you could use regular oats instead of quick cooking? Sounds good. Thanks.

  3. Reid All About It says:

    Do you think this would freeze well? My kids are small so we don’t need this much at once.

    • Actually, baked oatmeal freezes very well. Just put portion size into a rubbermade or like container and freeze it for easy serving. I had some in the freezer for several months and just thawed it in the microwave for a short time, then added some milk and heated them together. It was delecious!

  4. very interesting. i think i’m going to have to make this and try it out. i’m not a big fan of oatmeal in any form but since your son likes it, i’m going to try it!

  5. Amy, I think you could use regular oats but it will change the texture some. I would also add a little more milk into it when I cook it.

    Reid, I don’t think this will freeze well. I really think it would change it too much. However this recipe would be easy to 1/2 or 1/4. And if 1/2 would be too much, this is good leftover the next day or two.

    • Just wanted to say I freeze this ALL the time… it’s my kid’s favorite recipe. Thanks so much for it! :)
      I double the recipe, making two pans worth, we eat some and then after it’s cooled, I cut it into squares and put into a big ziplock bag. To serve, I put one square in each bowl, microwave and then pour cold milk over top. It cools it down but it’s still warm. It’s so good and so nice to have it ready to go in the freezer. :)

  6. Creativemommyto3 says:

    it looks easy enough to make on the spot…

  7. I’ve never made baked oatmeal, I have to try thisas I lover oatmeal!

  8. I’m printing this right now! I think my oatmeal lovers would adore this, as would my husband who is a sucker for anything peanut butter flavored! Thanks for posting your recipe!

  9. Brandislee says:

    Mmmmm… sounds delicious. I make regular peanut butter oatmeal regularly, and I always put a banana in it (a banana for every 2 servings). I’ll bet a couple of mashed bananas in that recipe would be AWESOME, and you could use less sugar.

    • @Brandislee, You probably could get away with leaving the eggs out too. I don’t often use eggs in baking and just substitute bananas or applesauce to try to make things a little healthier! :)

  10. New momma says:

    I am not sure how I found your blog, but I am glad I did! This sounds delish. I think I will make it today for breakfast tomorrow! Thanks for sharing it.

  11. Now that’s my kind of breakfast – it looks and sounds delicious.

  12. Bahama Shores Mama says:

    gonna have to try this…….thanks!

  13. This looks fantastic! I can’t wait to try this. Thanks for sharing. Since you have trouble with breakfast ideas…I have an egg casserole recipe for the crockpot…it’s very yummy…if you’re interested let me know and I’ll send it over.

  14. These are the kinds of breakfast recipes I just LOVE. Quick – easy – healthy. And the variety you could make with this is probably endless. I need easy, yummy breakfast ideas for my young girls that will fill them without a lot of junk – this looks like a perfect addition to our morning menu ideas!

  15. This morning, when I read this, I think I actually “mmmm”-ed out loud, in an empty house! I love oatmeal, and have made baked oatmeal before, and put PB in my regular stove-top oatmeal, but never thought to combine the two! You are genius! Anyway, I made a quarter recipe for lunch today, and had the inspiration to substitute pure maple syrup for the brown sugar. I think it was a good touch! (Actually used 1T in baking, and drizzled most of another T over it when served.) Thank you for the recipe!

  16. This was a good recipe. I halved the recipe. I cooked it in an 9-in circle pan. The only thing I would do different next time is add a little more peanut butter and brown sugar. Thanks for the recipe.
    Janell
    http://www.savingyoudinero.com

  17. I’m not sure how I came across your blog but am so glad I did and that I saw this recipe. We had never heard of baked oatmeal before and were eating the instant oatmeal. This is 1000 times better! We have 20-month b/g twins who love it just as much as we do. I use almond butter instead of peanut butter since it has more fiber and also add about 1.5 cups of blueberries and it makes it really moist; it’s like having dessert for breakfast! :)

    • Man oh man. That sounds right up my alley– I’ve put chopped almonds in my oatmeal but almond butter sounds awesome.

  18. never seen a recipe for baked oatmeal, can’t wait to try this. I linked you to an oatmeal recipe roundup at http://foodwithkidappeal.blogspot.com/2009/08/peaches-n-oatmeal-my-oatmeal-pledge.html

  19. I’m wondering if you could mix this up the night before and then bake it in the morning. What do you think? Have you ever tried that variation?

  20. unfinishedmom, I have not tried it, but I think it will work fine. I have made other baked oatmeals the night before and they work so I don’t see why this one wouldn’t. If you try it, let me know how it turns out. I might try it next time I make it.

    • @Lynn, I tried making this the night before and it works great. Thanks for the recipe!

      • I’m so happy to hear that you can make it the night before. I was going to ask the same question.

        • I know this is an old post, but your recipes for baked oatmeal look pretty popular. I’m posting in regards to mixing the night before. I make a very similar version of your baked oatmeal that requires a soak the night before due to the natural of phytates in the oats that inhibit digestion of whole grains. See http://nourishedkitchen.com/?s=soaking+grains for more information about why/how.
          That being said, I will be soaking all these recipes that you post and trying them that way. It’s a healthier and more digestible way to eat oats. Hope that helps! I love your blog BTW, thanks!

  21. we tried this last week and loved it! it was quite delicious, although at first i was a bit skeptical about the peanut butter in it (i love pb and i love baked oatmeal, but i wasn’t sure about the two of them together). definitely a repeat recipe in our house!

  22. These were WONDERFUL! My daughter doesn’t like oatmeal at all and liked this. Thanks for the great idea!

  23. Tried it, loved it, blogged about it!

  24. I’ve never even heard of baked oatmeal before but this sounds and looks delicious!!!!

  25. I’m not sure where I found your blog…through a click from another blog but I can’t remember where. Anyway, this was on her menu and we had it for breakfast this morning. Yummy! I’m a fan of baked oatmeal and peanut butter so I just had to try this. I only used half of the sugar and I think next time I’ll use honey instead as I do in my regular baked oatmeal recipe. Oh and I made it the night before and then popped it in the oven this morning. Perfect! Thank you!

  26. I have a recipe for baked oatmeal but I think we would like this peanutty one better. I’ll definitely be trying it. My daughter will love it!
    .-= DarcyLee´s last blog ..Whole Grain Cooking =-.

  27. I made this this morning and it was wonderful! My two year old had two bowls! Thanks for the recipe!

  28. I whipped this up last night to pop in the over in this morning. Very warm and comforting! Both kids enjoyed 2 helpings.
    I used coconut oil in place of butter and hazelnut milk in place of dairy, gf oats. This is a keeper, thank you.

  29. This sounds like something we would like for breakfast. I need something quick and easy, and a warm breakfast sounds really good!
    .-= Charla @ Healthy Home Blog´s last blog ..Homemade Cookies! =-.

  30. Carol E. says:

    I just made this for my kids. They said it smelled like “No Bake Cookies”. This lead me to thinking it needed chocolate. I sprinkled mini chips over the top and it was great. I am like you though, and can’t leave a recipe alone. I replaced the brown sugar with sucanat and baked it in my Pampered Chef Bar Pan. Personally I think it could be a little sweeter but nobody is complaining so I will leave it alone. Thank you for this great breakfast recipe.

  31. Sounds like some yummy pnut butter oatmeal cookie bars… Reckon it could be made in the crock pot? Most all baking is off limits while the temps soar above 100 these days…

    • @Relish_Desserts, I am not sure on the crockpot. I have never been a big fan of crockpot oatmeal. I think it changes the texture too much, but I know a lot of ppl cook oatmeal in the crockpot. If you try it and it works let me know. I am sure others would love to know if it works well.

  32. Very excited to try this out today!

  33. Made this last night for my hubby to warm up throughout the week for breakfast. It was definitely yummy right out of the oven, but next time I might make a few adjustments. I might add a bit more sugar or throw in some mashed up bananas/raisins to add a little sweetness. Also, we have both yet to try it with milk poured over it, but I bet that is awesome. Thanks for the recipe!

  34. YUUUUUMMMMMMM! I have never heard of baked oatmeal til recently and I found a connection to your recipe at another blog which suggested adding chocolate chips and a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top, so we tried it this morning – I got rave reviews from all! My kids totally thought they were eating dessert for breakfast – I’m sure they are telling everyone at school right now. I can’t wait to hear what their teachers have to say?!?!!? I will be trying the other suggestions from these comments too – it was so easy and filling – definitely better than the average oatmeal or bowl of cold cereal! Thanks for the inspiration!

    • @Shonda, I am so glad that you enjoyed it. I have a couple of other versions of this I have come up with and I hope to post them soon. This is a favorite breakfast in our house. But I have not tried it with ice cream yet. :) My kids might never go back to the regular way if I do. :)

  35. Just made this and it’s very tasty! It’ll be my breakfasts for this week. I’ll probably drizzle it with a liiiiitle buckwheat honey and pour a splash of milk over it. Thanks for a great recipe!

  36. Wow this was delicious! I had never made baked oatmeal before and I’m so glad I tried it. I followed the recipe and adding a bit of mini chocolate chips at the end and the kids went crazy for it. Even my super picky eater ate 2 bowls! I would love to see you post other versions of this. Thanks!

  37. Made this today for the 1st time and will be making over and over again. My very picky eater 5yr old loves it! :)
    Thanks. :)

  38. Just made this over the weekend and loved it! Perfect for a cold wintery morning!

  39. I make a soaked peanut butter baked oatmeal, but also put in chocolate chips. Yummm!

  40. Kids thought this smelled like peanut butter cookies while it was baking. It was very yummy!

  41. I have made this several times now and my family and I love it! I bake it at night and then reheat it the next morning. I crave it all the time and make it at least once a week! Thanks for such a great recipe!

  42. This was amazing!! I made it in a little mini bundt muffin pan thing so that I could pop the “muffins” in the freezer and use as needed! Personally, I’m not a fan of oatmeal and I haven’t liked baked oatmeal in the past b/c it’s still too mushy for me (which is why I baked it the way I did). The kids can pour milk over it or eat it like a muffin like I do!

    Thanks!!!

    • @Jen, I love that idea!!! I am going to have to try that with my baked oatmeals. I never thought to freeze it, and making it in a muffin or bundt type pan would be perfect! Thank you for sharing that.

  43. I was just wondering whether I could make this without the peanut butter? If I did would I need to substitute something else in, like applesauce maybe? Thanks!

  44. I had a hankering for this for breakfast so we deviated from menu plan and made it! SO easy to whip up and bake, pantry ingredients … you’re the best, Lynn! Plus my daughter gobbled it up and she eats practically nothing.

    • @Vanderbilt Wife, I am so glad that you like it! It is so kid friendly. I love to make a big batch and use it for several days. It reheats really well. And if she liked this version you should try my banana or pumpkin version. :) My kids love them all.

  45. This was awesome! We loved it, quick and easy too…

  46. Used this recipe many, many times. Both for breakfast, a dessert and a brunch item. Never added peanut butter…till now. Have used every kind of fruit you can think of…anything that is about to spoil gets thrown in.

    New subscriber. Love new recipes and your site is just beautiful and clean and easy to navigate.

  47. I have been waiting to try your peanut butter oatmeal til my daughter was old enough to eat peanut butter….I haven’t made it yet, but I did reference your recipe in my blog post today on baked oatmeal.

    Here’s the link: http://www.kitchymamameals.com/2011/05/apple-baked-oatmeal.html

    Looks delicious!

  48. I make this today and topped it with your Peanut Butter Syrup! My small family of 4 ate all but 3 pieces for Breakfast and snack today. I put in 2 cups of milk instead of 1 realizing it was too late just added another cup of oats and it worked perfect! Great Recipe for both the oatmeal and syrup.

  49. I am a mom trying to learn how to cook for my family :)
    This looks great. i have two questions after reading through the comments.

    1) i would be using rolled oats instead of quick oats, can you tell me how much extra milk i should add?

    2) i have some banana’s that are expiring on me, if i added them (how many banana’s and does it change any of the other messurements)

  50. I just have to say, i’ve been reading your site for a more than a year now, & I hadn’t gotten around to trying this yet. Oh my, it is very good. The hubby was not disappointed. I loved it :) we did use half regular peanut butter n half nutella, was soo good! thank you for shareing :)

  51. I love everything about this!

  52. Sooooo yummy! Tonight I made a slightly different version, and added some cocoa powder and a mashed banana. So. Very. Tasty!

  53. Do you think you could use honey instead of brown sugar?

    • I think it is worth a try. :-)

      • Melissa says:

        I use honey instead of brown sugar and its great. A little different flavor but its still delicious! I also use unsweetened applesause instead of butter.

        Also on a side note: These are really good cold as well. I just cut them into bars and eat over plate because it will be crumbly.

        Love the idea about the muffin tins.

        Does anybody know how long these will stay good in the freezer? I just got a big freezer and I’m super excited to make a bunch of stuff all in one day to have food I can eat over the month. I want to make a batch of all the different flavors so I can have variety.

        • I have kept them in the freezer for a month or so. They might last longer than that, but we always seem to eat it all first. :-) I am glad that you enjoyed it!

  54. I Love Peanut Butter & Love Oatmeal –This tastes AWESOME!!! :-)

  55. I haven’t tried your recipe for baked oatmeal yet but have made a few different baked oatmeal recipes every Sunday for at least the last year. It is a very filling breakfast that holds us off for our late lunch. ALL of my 5 children love it! I don’t use any sweetener in mine but serve it over fresh applesauce (made in my Vitamix). We don’t even miss the sugar! Just last night I was asking my husband how I could alter the recipe to give us a bit of variety. Peanut butter never occurred to me! I will have to try that next Sunday. Thanks!!

  56. I have tried baked oatmeal in a local restaurant. It is delicious, has a cake like texture rather than the usual dense texture and is 3 inches high. Do you have a recipe that meets this description?

  57. I made this today and we all loved it! So easy to whip together and full of peanut butter goodness. My daughter and I liked it plain but my son poured warm milk on it and thought it was delicious. I blogged it as well. Will make this again & again and try different things, like chocolate or peanut butter chips for a treat, although I love that it’s reasonably healthy just as is. I actually had it for lunch today!

    (http://mybakingadventure.tumblr.com/post/27202782857/peanut-butter-baked-oatmeal-after-i-threw-the)

  58. I have been reviewing recipes on my blog and I reviewed yours today as my first one! Don’t worry – I only shared my own pictures and linked back here for the full recipe so that you could protect your content. I just told my thoughts on it (that it’s yummy!).

    • Thanks. I am glad that you enjoyed it. And thanks for just sharing the pictures and linking back to the recipe. Try adding chocolate to it next time. It is really good!

  59. My Mom makes this now too since she read my blog about it. Great recipe.

  60. Hey, I made this today after having the recipe in my favorites for a long time, and I love it! Thanks for this wonderful idea. The only alterations I made were for the peanut butter (I used PB2 powdered peanut butter, mixed with water to make a 1/2 cup…and I used 2% milk)…but it came out wonderful. This will be a regular for me :-)

  61. I saved this recipe for a little bit and I finally decided to make oatmeal cookies and this peanut butter baked oatmeal. I tried a baked oatmeal before but it had flour in it so I am interested to find out how this one is different!!!

  62. maurainelle says:

    Well, I was quite a sleepy head this morning while baking, but despite my mistakes the oatmeal bake still turned out great. (By mistakes I mean that I forgot to add the melted butter and had to just drizzle it on top at the end, only to realize while commenting here that I had completely forgotten the eggs, too! LOL) Some changes were due to what I had on hand (subbed regular yogurt for vanilla, old fashioned oats for quick cooking), others intentional for calorie count (halved the sugar, no extra toppings). This dieter is happy with something different to do with her oatmeal! Thanks, Lynn! Thanks, too, to jennaathome.wordpress.com for getting me to this recipe.

  63. Shilo Register says:

    Love love love this recipe, have made it a few times and my kids love it. Thanks for sharing

  64. Baked this up today using almond butter (we ran out of pb) took out all the eggs and used Maple Caramel tofu, used coconut milk, and added a tbsp of cinnamon. Delicious! Served it up with a banana coconut milk puree. Perfect for a cold morning. Thanks for sharing!

  65. Tracie Lynn says:

    HAD to share……I made this a few months back and got not so good reviews from the Fam….I LOVED it…however, I think the words “oatmeal” in any form disgust the Hubby and Daughter….So….being diligent as I am… (haha)…I made this recipe again…HOWEVER…I baked them in muffin tins with liners. My daughter came in and asked “what smells so good”? I told her it was Peanut Butter Oatmeal muffins. SHE LOVED THEM! They are delish served at room temp. They are just a tad crumbly, but not too much at all. Hubby and Daughter devoured them. They think they are doing a No-No by eating muffins for breakfast…hee hee..only I (and ya’ll now) know they are eating OATMEAL!!! Thank you Lynn for always sharing awesome quick and easy recipes. I love your site!!! Tracie*

    • It is amazing how changing the name of something makes them like it better isn’t it?! I have had similar things happen in my family. :-) You could easily try that with my other baked oatmeals and all them oatmeal muffins, they might just start liking oatmeal. :-) And thanks for your kind words. I am glad you like my site and recipes. Thank you for reading.

  66. I just made a healthy peanut butter and jelly bar using this recipe. Omit the brown sugar and add 1 mashed banana to the batter. Pour half the batter in your pan then spread a thin layer of melted jam/jelly. Carefully spread the remaining batter on top and bake. YUM!!

  67. I know this is an older post, but I wanted to chime in that I make all of your baked oatmeal recipes in an 8×8 dish. I use the same amounts of everything but use the smaller size dish. It bakes for about the same amount of time, believe it or not. It makes for a thicker piece, which my gang likes! Love your recipes! Thanks!

    • I have used an 11×7 pan, but not an 8×8 one. I am going to have to try that sometime and see how my family likes it. Thanks for sharing that it works. And I am glad you enjoy the baked oatmeal recipes. I love sharing them.

  68. made this for my 11year old and she loves it. She likes it in a bowl with a little syrup on top and a milk moat! Thanks so much for sharing!

  69. Your recipes are great. I need advice though. Unlike the other baked oatmeal recipes of yours that I’ve made, this peanut butter one wants to fall apart when I cut and serve it instead of coming out in squares. It is not dry, just crumbly ( which = big mess in the world of kids). Thank you!

    • This one is a little drier than some of the others. I would just add a little more liquid/milk to the recipe when you make it. You could also cook it for a little bit less and see if that gives it a texture you like better. I hope that helps.

  70. My husband loved this oatmeal and the rest of us did not like it at all. I really wanted us all to like it since we like oatmeal and peanut butter. It just didn’t go over well. I wish it had. Thanks for sharing the recipe. You never know unless you try.

  71. Kitchen Queen says:

    My family has always used the Mennonite Cookbook recipe, but one day we could not find it.
    So we looked up ‘baked oatmeal’, and found this. We did not have enough eggs to make enough for everyone, so we used mashed banananas.
    It is amazing! Thank you for the wonderful recipe.

  72. I love all your baked oatmeal recipes! I haven’t tried them all yet. We’ve had the Strawberries and Cream, Peaches and Cream, Apples and Cinnamon and this Peanut Butter Oatmeal. Each one has been delicious! I can’t wait to try more. They are healthy, nutritious and filling. What a great start to our mornings.

    One thing that I have done that has saved some time is I put the 2 tablespoons of butter in the bottom of the dish and place in the oven as it is warming up. I mix everything up and then pull the pan with the melted butter out of the oven and place the oatmeal mix in. The butter keeps everything from sticking to the pan and it crisps up the edges a bit too. Saves me time because I don’t have to melt the butter or spray the pan. Also saves time with the dishes!

  73. it had great flavor, but it was very crumbly compared to your pic. it woudn’t never stayed in squares. What did I do wrong?

    • Mine does not always cut into perfect squares either, especially when it is hot from the oven. If it was really crumbly, it might have overcooked some, so you might try reducing the time a little. I hope that helps.

  74. Ok, so when I first saw this recipe months ago I didn’t look carefully and I thought it was just a way of making a bowl of oatmeal in bulk in the oven. Later I realized differently and have been wanting to try it, but I always hesitate to dive in to a new recipe since going gluten and dairy free at our house. So worried I’m going to waste expensive ingredients. Again, I should have looked closer. I just took my first batch out of the oven and I’ve already eating 2 squares of it myself. Everyone loves it and I can’t wait to try other variations. Very quick and easy to whip up!!!! And no expensive flour or leavening. I substituted plain soy milk and coconut oil for the butter and it’s perfect. Thank you for sharing this one!

    • I am so glad you liked it. Since we have been dairy free this month I have tried several of my baked oatmeals with rice milk or coconut milk and it worked great. So yes the baked oatmeals are easy to do gluten and dairy free. Thanks for letting me know how much you enjoyed it!

  75. Does anyone know if I could make this and eat it throughout the week? Trying to do breakfast meal prep and would love to try this!!

    • Yes, all my baked oatmeal recipes work great made ahead and reheated. I even sometimes freeze them and my kids take them out and reheat them that way. I hope you enjoy it.

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