apple cinnamon baked oatmeal.
want a no brainer but still decadent breakfast recipe - here at fulla_yum the mission is to fool people into thinking you're doing the most but in reality you're expending the minimum amount of energy to make real magic. 🤫 (our little secret, let them think you broke a sweat). this dish is the full embodiment of our creed, looks exquisite but is as easy to make as a bowl of cereal and can most likely be made with ingredients you already have at home.
I am not a huge fan of breakfast but when it comes to 'oats made any way' i'm gone have it! again, I love oatmeal any way it can be made, but this recipe is my absolute favorite. So, let me share in my joy...
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*please feel free to add any fruit you fancy to this dish and an accompanying spice. I've been thinking about a strawberry version and adding a bit of heavy cream or cream cheese to thicken it up a little and give it cheesecake feels. 🧐 check back for that one!
grocery list - this ingredient list gives more of a "ingredients I assume you have on hand" vibe, but if you don't please add missing items to your grocery list.
ingredients I assume you have on hand
egg (1 beaten)
vanilla extract ( 1TB)
ground cinnamon (1/4 tsp)
all purpose flour (3/4 TB)
coconut oil (1/4 C)
coconut milk (1 C) - or any version of milk you prefer.
brown sugar (1/2 C)
oats (2 C)
apple (1 1/2C chopped)
apple slices ( thinly sliced for decoration)
🌀 preheat oven to 350 deg.
🌀 in a mixing bowl, add egg (beat), vanilla, cinnamon, flour, oil and milk and whisk until combined.
🌀pour oats into mixing bowl in batches and mix until oats are well coated. then add apples and do the same.
🌀to a greased baking vessel add apple & oats batter, smoothing down and filling in all creases and corners.
🌀top with a sprinkle of brown sugar, extra apples ( if you have any left), crushed walnuts & a light shake of cinnamon. ( nestle apple slices on top for a decorative effect)
🌀bake for 30-40 minutes, or until oats have crusted and are golden brown.
🌀 let cool a bit and enjoy either warm or let it keep in the fridge and eat it cold.
either way is heavenly.
🌀baked oatmeal can last in the refrigerator for up to a week, but I highly doubt it'll last longer than the day its made. 🥴
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