Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Baked Apple Oatmeal

 Now that the weather is getting chilly 
it's time for this hearty breakfast.
Hot cereal is far more nourishing and satisfying
than cold and it keeps you full longer. 
You can mix this up in the evening before in a
covered bowl, then refrigerate and
bake fresh and warm in the morning.
It will make your kitchen smell wonderful.
Serve in bowls with additional milk or cream.
(my photos are of half the recipe.)
I can reheat any leftovers for a quick breakfast.
This is a great breakfast to serve before a 
fall or winter activity.

Baked Apple Oatmeal
2 C oatmeal
1/2 C brown sugar
2 t cinnamon
2 T butter, melted
4 C milk
2 apples. peeled and chopped
1/2 C chopped pecans
1/2 C raisins or craisins (if desired)
Combine all ingredients and put into a buttered
2 qt casserole. Bake @350 for about 40 minutes
until most of the liquid is absorbed.
Spoon into bowls and serve 
with additional milk or cream.
6-8 servings



  1. OMG!! I am making this tomorrow for my breakfast. This looks amazing. Thank you so much. I'll let you know how it came out!!!

  2. This sounds perfect for
    fall/winter!! YUM!!!

  3. I made this this morning and just made a post on it. It was by far the best oatmeal I have ever eaten. Thanks so much, I will be making this recipe for a long time to come.

  4. Rita this looks so good and perfect for frosty mornings. Love the idea of prep evening before.....

  5. This looks delicious and a nice treat for the weekend!

  6. Read a post about this wonderful Baked Apple Oatmeal of yours from Beyond My Kitchen Window. WOW ! This looks soo YUMMY . I had a nose around your blog and love it. Hitchin up to ya. Have a wonderful evening.

  7. I just went apple picking yesterday and I'm so excited to get this recipe. I found your blog through From Beyond My Kitchen Window. I'm sure I'll be back for more apple recipes. Take time to stop by my blog and see my "apple" pictures.

  8. I can practically smell it. I have to try this. Love new breakfast ideas, and I love oatmeal. Thanks.

  9. I arrive From Beyond My Kitchen Window/ I have oatmea; every morning' how nice to have a different way of serving it; will trying this soon. You have a great blog Rita.

  10. Yum. I could have used that this morning ... even here in Southern California. And yet I had COLD cereal. What's wrong with me?

    Thanks for the recipe,

  11. This looks absolutely delicious, and I am marking the recipe to give it a try this week. Weather here in Germany is perfect for a warm yummy breakfast, chilly but sunny right now, but lots of gray weather due to arrive soon. A warm taste breakfast is just what we need in the mornings.
    I found your blog through "Through My Kitchen Window", and am VERY glad that I did. Looking forward to being your newest follower.

  12. Hi Rita,
    I found your post through Stone Gable. I love oatmeal and always add applesauce or craisins and mandarin oranges. This baked version looks really scrumptious and I'm wanting to try it. Thanks for sharing.

  13. Yum and good for you! Thank you for linking up with Home Sweet Home!

  14. This is a great recipe. It is very cool and fresh tasting. My guests always love it.

  15. I keep coming back to this recipe -- it's so delicious, healthy, and filling. Thank you!