The Best Baked Oatmeal recipe of all baked oatmeal recipes. This Baked Chocolate Peanut Butter Oatmeal recipe is out of this world good. This healthy treat is decadence at it’s finest. Having the ability to eat dessert for breakfast is a must at least once a week.
(Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Vegan and Nut-Free Friendly)
This baked chocolate peanut butter oatmeal is out of this world good. This healthy treat is decadence at its finest. Having the ability to eat dessert for breakfast is a must at least once a week.
I eat oatmeal every single morning. I am not exaggerating, I really do.
When I realized I wanted to start doing a couple eCookbooks I knew almost immediately what the first one was going to be. Oatmeal!
These Chocolate Cherry Breakfast Cookies are a healthier morning treat. However, there are some days I want something different, something delicious and of course decadent WITH chocolate. This Chocolate Peanut Butter is that choice. It’s my “I’m feeling fancy and I know it” breakfast.
is oatmeal and oats gluten-free?
- Yes and no.
- Oats are naturally gluten-free but there is a caveat. Oats are generally on the same line as other floured grains. To avoid cross contamination issues it is best to purchase gluten-free oats like these here.
(I actually made chocolate peanut butter granola earlier. It’s a winner.)
Protein-packed bonus: Check out these Gluten Free Peanut Butter Balls from Texanerin Baking!
When I first made this I took one bite and knew it was my new favorite weekend breakfast. I truly ran upstairs to Roland still sleeping and made him try it. What a lucky girl I am, he puts up with me.
I’ve struggled with eating healthy with weekend breakfasts. Even more so, now that I’m gluten-free say goodbye to cinnamon rolls. Which use to be my favorite for a weekend treat. Grab myself a chemical filled tube of cinnamon rolls and frosting. My how my life has changed over these years.
Oh my word peanut butter foodporn! G-rated eyes need to avert their eyes on this one.
This eCookbook comprises of 10 recipes using oatmeal. So delicious you’ll be so glad you made time for breakfast. Each recipe includes the nutrition information for calories, fat, protein, fiber, sugar and carbs. Each recipe is adapted for a vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free lifestyle using gluten-free quick style oats.
Each recipe is simple, to the point, easy, healthy and less than 400 calories each. The last couple recipes you’ll question if they really are made from oatmeal, and yes they are! All are lower in sugar meaning you can have dessert for breakfast!