Mounds Bar Baked Oatmeal

Mounds-Bar-Baked-Oatmeal

Who wouldn’t love the flavors of a mounds bar in a baked oatmeal? Really how could that be bad?!

Okay, if you hate coconut, like one of my children does, this baked oatmeal is probably not for you. But if you love coconut and mounds bars, I think you will love this.

Mounds Bar Baked Oatmeal

This is my new favorite baked oatmeal. I know I say that almost every time I share a new baked oatmeal, but really they are all my favorites.

And I hope you all are not getting tired of my baked oatmeal recipes. I know I have quite a few of them, but I love coming up with new ones to share.

This newest one is a bit on the sweet side, but it is so good. It might not be an everyday breakfast, but this is a great special occasion breakfast. It would be perfect for this weekend!

I made this for the first time a few months ago and I have lost count of how many times I have made it since then. We love it! Well, the coconut loving family members love it. I usually make my triple berry baked oatmeal for the non coconut loving family members.

Mounds Bar Baked Oatmeal-

You could easily turn this into an almond joy baked oatmeal by adding in some chopped or sliced almonds. That would be delicious!

And this baked oatmeal is just like all my other baked oatmeal recipes and they freeze great. Be sure to check out the post I did on freezing baked oatmeal.

Mounds_Bar Baked Oatmeal

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Comments

  1. Sounds so good! I’ve always wanted to try some of your baked oatmeal recipes. Maybe I will this weekend for Easter breakfast. One question, the recipes always call for quick oats. I only buy old fashioned. Do you think the recipe will come out okay with old fashioned oats?

    • Yes you can use old fashioned oats. The texture is slightly different and some people increase the liquid just a little bit, but yes they will work just fine. I hope you enjoy it!

  2. Wow – this looks really good! We love your baked oatmeal recipes and are always excited when you come up with a new one.

  3. Yippee! Another baked oatmeal to try! We love your baked oatmeal recipes.

  4. Whitney says:

    Have you ever tried making a pineapple upside down version? I just spotted a leftover can of pineapples while making oatmeal for tomorrow and thought that would be delicious.

  5. Maria Miller says:

    This looks delicious! I read how you freeze the oatmeal in muffin size, but I’m wondering how you reheat it.

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