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Maple Banana Baked Oatmeal

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     If you have spent much time here at Cooking With Carlee, you know that I love to cook with my little guy.  One of our favorite things to make is baked oatmeal.  He begs to make it sometimes, and who am I to say no to such a wholesome treat?  He gets so excited to create something tasty with me.  He has egg cracking, ingredient dumping and stirring down to a science.  He even gathers up some of the materials he knows we will need to make it.  First he carries his table and chairs into the kitchen, then he gets out the whisk and his pick of bowls.  Then we are ready to go to work! 

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     The only kind of baked oatmeal I had tried in the past were dense and chewy.  I actually really like a texture like that in my oatmeal, so I was plenty happy.  Then we started experimenting with adding a good amount of yogurt to our recipes. The resulting texture is so much softer and almost fluffy.  That is our new favorite way to eat our baked oatmeal.  This was a great way to use some overripe bananas.  Hey- not every ripe banana can be made into Di’s banana cake (though it certainly wouldn’t be a tragedy if they all were!)  The results were a hit and this pan didn’t even make it through the day!
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Maple Banana Baked Oatmeal
makes 1 9×9 pan (About 9 servings)

Ingredients:


3 bananas, the riper the better
2 eggs
1 cup yogurt
1 cup milk
2 tsp cinnamon
2 tsp baking soda
1/4 cup maple syrup
2 1/2 cups rolled oats

  1. Preheat oven to 350 F.
  2. In a mixing bowl slightly mash the bananas (some lumps are fine.) Mix in eggs until well incorporated.
  3. Stir in remaining ingredients until they are evenly  mixed.
  4. Pour into a greased 9×9 baking dish.
  5. Bake for about 45 minutes or until the center is set.
  6. Serve warm or at room temperature.  Drizzle with more maple syrup if desired.

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elaine @cookinandcraftin.com

Monday 30th of November 2015

What a yummy breakfast treat! And you little one is adorable! Thanks for sharing on My 2 Favorite Things on Thursday! Hope to see you again this week (Dec. 3rd)!! Pinned!

Carlee

Tuesday 1st of December 2015

Thank you so much, we have a lot of fun together! Thanks for hosting too!

Unknown

Saturday 28th of November 2015

Great flavor combinations! Thanks for sharing your recipe with us at Funtastic Friday. Hope to see you again at this week's party:-)

Carlee

Saturday 28th of November 2015

Thank you and thanks for hosting!

Anonymous

Friday 27th of November 2015

Hi, Carlee ~ I've never had baked oatmeal, but it look delicious! I'm pinning this recipe so that I can give it a try. Thanks for sharing with us a the Merry Monday Link Party! Hope to see you again on Sunday night!

Carlee

Friday 27th of November 2015

We really love our baked oatmeal. I hope you love it too! See you Sunday!

Jess

Tuesday 24th of November 2015

This sounds so tasty! I've pinned it!

Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J. Happy Thanksgiving!

Carlee

Tuesday 24th of November 2015

Thank you, I hope you love it!

Julie's Lifestyle

Tuesday 24th of November 2015

Hi Carlee, Wow this looks so delicious and healthy too. I think this would make a nice breakfast or dessert dish! Thanks for sharing this at Cookin gand Crafting with J & J. Have a Happy Thanksgiving. Julie xo

Carlee

Tuesday 24th of November 2015

It would make a very healthy dessert! We just loved baked oatmeal. Have a great Thanksgiving!