Cinnamon Roll Baked Oatmeal

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Cinnamon Roll Baked Oatmeal anyone?!

I mean really, the flavors of a cinnamon roll mixed into a bowl of oatmeal, how can you go wrong?! Even non oatmeal lovers will enjoy this one.

Cinnamon Roll Baked Oatmeal

This cinnamon roll baked oatmeal is like a homemade gourmet version of those little instant oatmeal packets. But this is so easy to make. Really easy.

It is almost as easy to makes as those little packets, but the taste is so much better.

Cinnamon Roll Baked Oatmeal

I have been thinking about a cinnamon roll baked oatmeal for awhile, but did not actually try making it until recently. I took one bite of this and told my kids that I had a new favorite baked oatmeal. It was that good.

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If you love my baked oatmeal recipes, you need to try this one. I think your family will love it.

This is perfect for the holidays. Make up a pan of this and a pan of one of my other baked oatmeal recipes and you will have a delicious holiday breakfast.

And you can make this ahead of time. Make this up and spread it into the pan. Refrigerate overnight and bake in the morning. A quick and easy breakfast your family will love.

If you are looking for other baked oatmeal recipes I have a few for you. And I also answered your baked oatmeal questions in a whole tips and facts post, so be sure to check that out as well.

Now, go make some baked oatmeal. Your family will love it.

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Comments

  1. I think I just found our Christmas morning breakfast! It sounds wonderful. Can’t wait to try it. :-)

  2. I love all of your baked oatmeal recipes. Can’t wait to try this one! I was just thinking this morning that I need to make an effort to eat a better breakfast. My usual coffee only before 10 a.m. routine just isn’t cutting in right now.

  3. I love all your baked oatmeal recipes. I used yogurt for the cream and hope it turns out. This looks delicious and so easy to whip up! Thanks so much!

  4. Would this be good reheated? I am always looking for breakfasts that will last for a couple days during the week.

  5. Any thoughts on making this without eggs? Possibly with a flax egg?

    • I think it would probably work with no egg or egg substitute. If you did no egg I would make sure to add in some extra moisture. The texture might be a little different, but I think it would work if you can’t have eggs.

    • Yes, you can use ground flax. I mix 2 tablespoons of ground flax with 1/4 cup of warm water before adding it to the other ingredients. It holds up great! I also substitute 1 cup of almond milk for the milk and cream. This makes it drier, like a breakfast cookie. I store it in the fridge and eat it cold like a breakfast cookie or granola bar. It is my favorite breakfast recipe!

  6. this sounds so good! i can’t wait to try it. the “frosting” must make for such a fun breakfast!!

  7. I’m thinking about trying a half-batch of this and making it in an 8×8 pan. Any idea how long I’d need to bake it for in that size pan? =)

  8. Wow, this sounds so delicious, and just perfect to bake and then have as breakfast on rushed mornings!

  9. Mmmmm. This is one I have to try. I love cinnamon rolls & baked oatmeal!

  10. I made this yesterday morning. I didn’t change anything and it is really delicious. I have been in an oatmeal rut, and this is a nice change. Thanks for a great recipe!

  11. This is amazing–thanks! Do you know if left-overs freeze well?

  12. I made it this morning and it was amazing! Thank you so much for the recipe, even my husband who is not an oatmeal lover ate it all up. I am going to freeze the remaining oatmeal to use for school mornings or even to put in their lunches for a snack.

    • I am so glad your family enjoyed it. It also works great baked in muffin pans if you reduce the time you bake it. When baked in muffin pans it is a little easier to freeze or put in lunch boxes. Thanks for letting me know how much you enjoyed it.

  13. We absolutely love this baked oatmeal recipe, especially served with some fresh strawberries. I tend to replace 2T of the brown sugar with 2 T of flaxseed meal. You have inspired me to create several baked oatmeal recipes of my own. Our new favorite is Mexican Chocolate Banana Baked Oatmeal. Thanks for all the great recipes!

    http://glutenfreeinorlandoflorida.blogspot.com/2014/01/mexican-chocolate-banana-baked-oatmeal_6.html

  14. Kristin says:

    Mixed it up last night, baked this morning. Everyone devoured and then I realized I forgot the butter. Oh well! Came out delicious anyways!

  15. Any suggestions for already made oatmeal??

  16. This has become a family favorite. Thank you!

  17. Found this link via Pinterest and thought it looked amazing! Mixed it up last night and baked it this morning. I have four kids under 5, so having a “special” breakfast that can be cooking while I’m changing diapers, etc., in the mornings is a HUGE plus. Thanks! Will definitely make this again! My 4 year-old asked me after lunch, “When are we having the leftover baked oatmeal, Mommy? Can we have it for breakfast tomorrow?” :o)

  18. Amazing!!! I used chunky applesauce instead of heavy cream it was just like a apple crisp. deffinetly be making again

  19. I just made this with coconut oil subbing the butter, and all whole milk instead of milk and heavy cream (bc that’s all I had!) I am eating it without the glaze bc I”m lazy and hungry…yummy! Like a better version of Soft Baked oatmeal bars that Quaker sells. The applesauce sounds like a great sub also! Next time :)
    I made a batch for my friend to bake tomorrow morning. She is nursing and read oatmeal boosts milk production! What a great treat for her! Thanks!

    • I am so glad that you enjoyed it! And how nice of you to make some for your friend! Cream makes it richer, but I have used all milk too and it works fine. Thanks for letting me know how much you enjoyed it.

  20. We love this recipe!!!!

  21. These recipes look yummy. How many calories? Thanks.

  22. This looks delicious, I love oatmeal and eat it most every morning. Now I know what to eat tomorrow.

  23. Is there anyway of making this with rolled oats instead of quick oats, just wondering? Looks really good :)

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