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This apple cinnamon baked oatmeal is inspired by traditional Amish baked oatmeal and studded with apples, raisins and loads of cinnamon flavor. It’s vegan, gluten-free and great for meal prep. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again baked oatmeal is the best thing since overnight oats!Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. Grease an 8-by-8-inch baking dish and set aside. In a small bowl filled with hot water, allow raisins to soak for about 5 minutes until nice and plump.

In a large bowl, mix together oats, baking powder and salt. Stir in apples, pecans and raisins, then set aside. Peel, core and thinly slice apples. Pour milk into a large bowl, crack eggs one by one into a smaller bowl, before adding to the milk bowl. Whisk eggs with the milk until well combined.

Add brown sugar and vanilla to milk mixture and continue to whisk until all sugar is dissolved. Apple Cinnamon Baked Oatmeal features tender apples, warm cinnamon, and sweet maple syrup for a wholesome breakfast that’s sure to become a new favorite! Y’all already know that I’m a baked oatmeal aficionado, so it should come as no surprise that I’ve concocted a new seasonal rendition for you. Add the oats, baking powder, salt, nutmeg, allspice, cinnamon, maple syrup, applesauce, milk, eggs, coconut oil or butter and finely chopped apples to the bowl and stir well to combine. Feel free to stir in favorite mix-ins, like chocolate chips, walnuts, pecans, or raisins.

Pour the oatmeal mixture into a greased baking dish. If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to eat healthy, add apple cinnamon baked oatmeal to your breakfast menu. This oatmeal is a good source of fiber, fruit, calcium, and will keep you full for hours. Start your day off right with apple cinnamon baked oatmeal. It is.

Preheat oven to 375°F. In a large bowl, stir together oats, brown sugar, cinnamon, baking powder, and salt. In a medium bowl, whisk together milk, water, vanilla, and eggs.

Stir milk mixture into oats mixture; fold in shredded apples. Combine the water, apple juice, and apples in a saucepan. Bring to a boil over high heat, and stir in the rolled oats and cinnamon. Return to a boil, then reduce heat to low, and simmer until thick, about 3 minutes. Spoon into serving bowls, and pour milk over the servings.

Add the oats, baking powder, cinnamon, and salt to a large mixing bowl and mix until well combined. In a separate mixing bowl, whisk together the milk, eggs, maple syrup, and vanilla extract until fully combined. Add the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients and mix until well combined. Add the chopped apple and gently mix it in.

How to Make Apple Cinnamon Baked Oatmeal Preheat oven to 325 degrees and grease baking dish. Whisk together oats, baking powder, salt, cinnamon and nutmeg. In a separate bowl whisk together eggs.

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  • Hello Miss Dani I will definitely make these for sure! I was wondering though if they freeze well? In case I cant eat a whole batch in 1 week.:)

  • I’ve made several flavors of your oat muffins, and tonight I put my own spin on it. Fresh cherries and dark chocolate chips. Yummmm!!!

  • Dear Dany,
    I am i love with all the suggestions and recipes, I already send your videos to my nieces in Canada and my brother in Mexico. I am writing you bc I made a mistake today buying the oatmeal, by accident I bought “steel cut oats” can I use this instead on the regular old fashioned oatmeal?

  • I like your recipes but you didn’t tell us the amount of anything that you put into the bowl. And when you forgot the vanilla, you just poured it on without measuring it at all. I’m sorry but I just like to get the measure amounts so I can write down and maybe make the things on the video. Have a blessed day.

  • Oh yes you need to whisk those eggs, before the milk, but thanks for sharing this yummy healthy recipe, so will the oven be the same temperature in a small toaster oven as in the bigger oven, i’d imagine not, so as I prefer to use my smaller oven, i’ll bake at about 300 instead. Also i’m going to be using a huge can of peaches along with the juice, so i’ll use no more than one-cup of milk instead of two, also in most everything i bake i add a tbls of chopped or dried basil, maybe instead of raisins use dried cranberries, enjoy!!

  • these look so delicious and simple, perfect healthy snack for little ones on an outing,or a quick early morning breakfast in the car on the way somewhere!

  • I just baked these. They are good! It’s impossible to find any recipes without sugar, maple syrup or honey and I’m glad I found this. I wonder if the texture will change if I add walnut into the batter. I think I will use cranberries in the fall. It may be tart but I think they would be nice.

  • WOMEN!!! Would you PLEASE go easy with the cinnamon!?!?!? Most of us men do not like cinnamon as much as you seem to. I just don’t get it… what is it with you that you seem to almost have an orgasm just at the mention of the word “cinnamon”.

  • These look quick,healthy,low fat and low sugar,and vegan/plant based.Are they also gluten free? I ask as I had read somewhere that some oats are gluten free. I may look that up.Thanks again for the recipeI love apples and raisens,and oats.

  • As the commenter below suggested: better to beat the eggs first, or use a hand mixer. Too much cinnamon and the nutmeg overpower the subtle flavor of oatmeal (which I like; I don’t think of it as bland). At the end, if you’re going to sprinkle on more sugar and cinnamon, you should mix them together first. ��

  • Not sure why this dish was a flop for me the top cooked well the inside and bottom was raw and doughy. I put in the middle rack. The only think I changed was use regular milk instead of butter milk.

  • I made these yesterday. The texture is very dense and filling. I was surprised that they held together because when I put them in the tins I was worried. I mixed up the wet ingredients including the cinnamon (1 tbsp vs 1tsp) then added the dry. I think letting the oat soak while cutting up the apple also helps. I added vanilla and some chopped pecans. They are a healthy filling snack that I will make again but maybe add a bit of honey or maple syrup.thabk you for sharing this recipe. I’m an avid baker and ha e been trying to stay away from sure and wheat for a while. This was perfect. ��❤️