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A female empowering non-diet dietitian supporting women who want to create a healthier relationship with food.
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This Raspberry Chocolate Chip Baked Oatmeal is the breakfast recipe you need when cooking for a crowd. It’s a great source of protein and fibre, plus delicious flavour with the combination of raspberry and chocolate. Bake it for a group to enjoy or prepare a batch for yourself when you have a busy week ahead!
This recipe originated from one that my university roommates and I would make on special occasions. I have vivid memories of waking up on my birthday, walking down the stairs and being welcomed with the incredible smell of this scrumptious baked oatmeal. How lucky was I?!
Fast forward to today and I have adapted the recipe to make it more my style. I have added in some extra protein and switched up the flavours but the final outcome still feels nostalgic to me.
If you have a slower morning or a weekend brunch planned and want to bake something special, this is the way to go!
The ingredients you need for this Raspberry Chocolate Chip Baked Oatmeal, including possible substitutions, are:
If you plan to prepare it right away, instead of prepping some of the ingredients the night before, here is what you need to do:
If you plan on being short on time in the morning, you can prepare the two components of the batter the night before. Just be sure to keep the wet and dry ingredients separate to ensure the oats don’t soak up the wet ingredients overnight. Alternatively, you can bake the whole dish and keep it in the fridge for leftovers that can be eaten either warm or cold! It’s tasty any way you slice it- now that’s the breakfast I’m into.
Not only can you make this baked oatmeal as a delicious breakfast, it also makes a balanced and nutritious snack! This recipe provides a source of:
If you’re looking for dietary modifications, you can make this baked oatmeal both gluten-free and dairy-free.
Gluten-free version: make sure to use certified gluten-free oats.
Dairy-free version: use dairy-free yogurt, plant-based milk and vegan chocolate chips.
I love pairing a piece of this baked oatmeal with a dollop of Greek yogurt for an afternoon or evening snack. It covers the bases of sweet, chewy and satisfying. You have to give it a try!
I hope this Raspberry Chocolate Chip Baked Oatmeal makes its way onto your weekend brunch menu. In the meantime, don’t forget to check out some of these other oat-based breakfast recipes:
If you make this Raspberry Chocolate Chip Baked Oatmeal recipe, I would love to see your comment and rating below. It also makes my day seeing your creations of my recipes on Instagram- don’t forget to tag @allnutrition.rd!