Apple Baked Oatmeal

Baked Apple Oatmeal with Timeless Grains + GIVEAWAY

Written by Becky

There’s not much better than a bowl of hot oatmeal on a cold fall morning. Oatmeal, in one form or another, gets me through most of the winter and over the years I’ve found ways to spice up my weekday morning ritual. I created this Baked Apple Oatmeal using Shirley J Timeless Grains and have been enjoying it ever since. I make a batch of this at the beginning of the week and reheat it every morning with some steamed milk. It’s so comforting that I’ve even eaten it as a dessert a few nights. Apple Baked Oatmeal

The greatest thing about this recipe is that the ingredient list is short and simple with no added sugar. What makes this so breakfast so cosy and sweet??… check out the

recipe on Shirley J website to find out what the secret ingredient is. Also, leave a comment with favorite oatmeal flavor for a chance to win a package of Timeless Grains. And because I really want many of you to try out my favorite Timeless Grains, there will be 3 winners, each getting 2 bags of Timeless Grains! Winners will be announced on Monday The winners are Christine P, Carla and Natalie!!

Apple Baked Oatmeal

Comments (25)

  1. I’ve been enjoying my oatmeal with homemade soy milk. It’s really good if I just leave them in the refrigerator overnight and don’t cook them at all.

  2. I love oatmeal with a little bit of peanut butter. I’ll add some chia seeds if it’s a bit too runny or just to change the texture.

  3. I love making chocolate oatmeal with a sprinkle of cocoa powder and cinnamon for added spice! It’s best during the wintertime!

  4. I love to keep my oatmeal pretty simple, some cinnamon, honey and fresh fruit sliced on top.

    Haven’t tried the homemade soy milk suggested earlier but it sounds so good I might have to take a shot at it.

  5. A tiny bit of brown sugar and a lot of cinnamon is the best way to eat oatmeal. I often slice a banana into the bowl too – so yummy!

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