Baked Blueberry Oatmeal- Single Serving (E)
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You asked and I like to deliver…when possible!  Many of my Trim Healthy Mama friends are doing this journey on their own.  They don’t want eight servings of a dish, but just one.  If you want a large pan of baked oatmeal goodness, I’ve got that for you too.

Baked Blueberry Oatmeal

When I asked the awesome group of mamas that follow me on Facebook what they wanted it was a split decision!  They wanted a big pan and a single serving recipe.  Of course you CAN split the large recipe in two and have a 4 serving batch.  I do that for myself all the time.  This also freezes well.  You could put them in individual freezer bags in single servings to grab when you want a quick E breakfast.  Just de-frost and go! If you aren’t Drive-Thru Sue you could get it out of the freezer the night before and set it in the refrigerator.  🙂 No microwave needed if you want to eat it cold.  You could always warm it up a bit on the stovetop or oven until it’s warmed through.  Don’t forget your lean protein. I like to eat mine with some 0% Greek Yogurt that has been sweetened with Sweet Blend and Vanilla.  YUM.

So, here is your single serving of Baked Blueberry Oatmeal!

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Baked Blueberry Oatmeal- Single Serving (E)
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Yummy, warm Baked Blueberry Oatmeal! Tired of gooey oatmeal, this may be an answer for you.
Ingredients
  • ½ cup old fashioned oats
  • 1 tsp of Sweet Blend or 2 tsp of Truvia
  • 3 Tbs of unsweetened applesauce
  • ½ cup of unsweetened almond milk
  • 1 tsp of chia seeds
  • ½ tsp of baking powder
  • ¼ cup of blueberries (or fruit of your choice)
  • ½ tsp of vanilla
  • 3 Tbs of egg whites or whites of one egg
  • Cinnamon (a shake or two)
Instructions
  1. Mix it all in a bowl and place it in an oven safe dish. I have a small pie shaped pan that works great! Bake for 15 to 20 minutes depending on your oven on 350. It should be firm and not wet on top.

There you go!  A single serving recipe that is truly one of my favorites.

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Baked Blueberry Oatmeal- Single Serving (E) — 23 Comments

  1. YAY!! So excited for this! I had some of a big batch this morning but as I’m making myself do another E day tomorrow, I might make a single serve just for fun 🙂

    • [email protected] on said:

      Have you heard of making a chia egg? I don’t know if that would work. You look it up. 🙂

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    • [email protected] on said:

      I’ve done a pumpkin flavored bake before and used pumpkin. You can try adding a bit more almond milk and yogurt if you don’t want to try pumpkin. 🙂

  5. Making this for breakfast today. I am confused as to why you need extra protien when you have the almond milk and egg white? Also, I soaked my oats last night, this makes a huge batch! Can you eat the whole thing for breakfast or do you spread it out over a couple of meals? Thanks!

    • [email protected] on said:

      I never soak mine with this one. I’m sure that made the portion ginormous! You may be able to eat it in more than one setting. I always always add extra protein. There isn’t much in almond milk and not a huge amount in the whites. It’s what I do to stay full until my next meal.

    • [email protected] on said:

      Thanks, Ruth! I’ll check it out!

  6. This looks great but hubby isn’t a blueberry fan. Could I do his with apple (and would it still be on plan as a good E with added Greek yogurt)?

    • [email protected] on said:

      Sure you can!

  7. I don’t see yogurt in the single serve recipe like in the larger one. Is it not necessary?
    I have made it without and love it but just wondering.
    Thanks!

    • [email protected] on said:

      I’ve made it both ways. It just adds a little protein.

  8. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! I can finally say I like oatmeal! This is absolutely delicious!!!! I have been trying to eat oatmeal and it has been almost painful, but no more 🙂 So again, thank you!!!

  9. I would like to make the big batch but afterwards how do I measure one portion out of it. How do I size one square portion?

    • [email protected] on said:

      If you are using this recipe for the whole batch, I just cut 10 pieces…I’m not sure if that’s the answer you are looking for. http://www.ahomewithpurpose.com/baked-blueberry-oatmeal-e/

  10. I’m new to thm and wanted to.try your oatmeal recipe…..the flavor was good but I found it to be dry. The blueberries helped but do u add more almond milk when it comes out if the oven? Would it be alright to add more milk?

    • [email protected] on said:

      Any kind of on plan, unsweetened milk is a Fuel Pull. You can certainly pour more on after. That’s how I eat it myself.

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