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Peanut Butter and Jelly Baked Oatmeal

I hope you all are not getting tired of baked oatmeal recipes because I have another one for you today.

My peanut butter baked oatmeal recipe that I developed several years ago has been one of the most popular recipes on my site and today I have yet another version for you.

I have used that basic peanut butter baked oatmeal recipe to create several other versions like peanut butter and chocolate chip, pumpkin baked oatmeal, banana baked oatmeal, and even a version without peanut butter for my daughter who can no longer have peanut butter.

Well, today’s recipe is a natural variation and was actually one of the first versions that I came up with.

What is the first thing many of us think of when we think of peanut butter?

Jelly of course. Peanut butter and jelly is a natural combination and it works perfectly in baked oatmeal. My kids love this!

Baked oatmeal is one of our favorite breakfasts and I hope your family enjoys them too!

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  1. I’ve never had baked oatmeal before, but this looks so good! So, forgive me for the possibly obvious question, but when you eat the leftovers, how do you heat it up or do you eat it cold?

  2. Can you use old-fashion oats instead? I dont really like the texture of quick cooking oats.

  3. I am fairly new here, and couldn’t resist trying this recipe today. It was a HUGE hit with two of my kids!! And I am so happy I have leftovers and they are able to be reheated–what a time saver! The other one is sick so she is being extra picky. ๐Ÿ™ I’ll try some of your other versions soon, maybe that will win her over.

    Now I am tempted to dig through your archives for more yummy recipes!!

  4. Lynn-

    Do you used GF oats and do they work the same. I miss my baked oatmeal since going GF.


    • @Kristin, Yes I used gluten free oats. I used the gf quick oats which can be hard to find. I order them online, but you can also use gf regular oats the texture will just be a little different. The baked oatmeals make great gf breakfasts when using the gf oats. We love them!

  5. Zaria Callen says:

    PB&J- well, almond butter in my case, as I’m allergic to peanuts- is one of my all-time FAVORITE foods. The idea of mixing it into baked oatmeal is absolutely genius! I have GOT to try this soon! I’ve just discovered your site and I love it, being a gluten-free teen myself. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • I am so thankful to see this comment! My kids are allergic to peanuts as well, and I wondered about Justin’s almond butter, or hazelnut butter. Have you tried anything else just to change it up a bit? I am looking for ideas! Thanks, Amanda

      • I use sunbutter since we deal with both tree nuts and peanut allergies in our house. I think any of the nut butters or nut butter alternatives would work find.

  6. This looks delicious! I love PB&J (& baked oatmeal) so I added this page and your recipe to my list of different ways to eat peanut butter and jelly. I can’t wait to try this out ๐Ÿ™‚


  7. Shonda says:

    Going to make this one today. All your baked oatmeal recipes are great for freezer breakfasts for my kids! Thanks, Lynn!

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