Baked oats are back and lots of us are once again tucking into the winter breakfast dish for a cosy start to the day. Made with oatmeal, as the name suggests, you simply mix in yoghurt and your choice of fruit then pop it in the oven for a filling a hearty meal.
Cakeontherun is a huge baked oats fan and has created dozens of nutritious breakfast recipes using porridge oats. Her recipes are all easy to follow, quick to rustle up and only use cheap, everyday ingredients - there's nothing you can't pronounce involved.
You don't need to be any good at baking to make any of them as the instructions are super simple, plus because they do not contain eggs, they are all suitable for vegans when using a dairy free yoghurt such as soya.
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Inspired by her favourite desserts such as apple crumble and sticky toffee pudding, SurreyLive has listed a few of Cakeontherun's recipes below.
1. Banana bread
This is perfect for breakfast drizzled with maple syrup and yoghurt or enjoyed for pudding with hot vanilla custard.
This single serving dish takes 90 seconds to cook in the microwave.
This simple breakfast recipe is low in fat, sugar and calories, and is perfect if you're following Slimming World or Weight Watchers.
It can be cooked in batches and made in advance, saving you time when you roll out of bed.
Here's how to make the traditional pudding using oats instead of flour.
You can cooked baked oats in an air fryer in just seven minutes.
If you've got a bit of a sweet tooth, this is for you. It will remind you of churros.
This easy breakfast recipe takes just 90 seconds to cook in a microwave.
This tangy dish is high in fibre and low in fat.
10. Sticky toffee
If you've got a cake craving and need to satisfy your sweet tooth pronto, this is the recipe for you.
11. Cherry Bakewell
Want cake for breakfast? Well you can have it and you don't even need to feel guilty.
Sweet, moist and incredibly moreish, carrot cake is the ultimate teatime treat. And this one is good for you.
This is a cross between a mocha coffee and nutty cake.
14. Lemon drizzle
This mini bake will remind you of a delicious lemon drizzle cake. If you've got a blender, blitz your oats first so they become a flour consistency - this will make your breakfast even more cake-like.
15. Blueberry muffin
There's nothing quite like a soft and fluffy freshly baked blueberry muffin with your morning coffee. This is a superb alternative.
16. Cinnamon bun
It will remind you of devouring a sticky cinnamon bun.
17. Vanilla cake
Warm, soft and tasty, it's no wonder why so many people are tucking into baked oats this winter.
18. Cherry pie
It's probably the quickest and easiest pastry recipe you've ever seen.
19. Fruit salad
Top your baked oats with lots of lovely fruit to make it ultra healthy.
These easy thumbprint cookies take two minutes to make and 15 minutes to cook.
21. Rhubarb crumble
It's made using oats and maple syrup instead of flour and sugar.
22. Peach cobbler
You can use fresh peaches or those out of a tin and if you want to make it for a family, just increase the ingredients.
23. Golden flapjacks
Children will love finding these golden bars in their lunch boxes.
24. Chocolate orange
It will remind you of the nation's favourite orange flavoured chocolate.
This baked oats recipe serves two although you might not want to share it with anyone else.
26. Berry pie
Made with just a handful of basic ingredients, it requires very little effort.
27. Carrot cake
Enjoyed hot or cold, it's best served with yoghurt, maple syrup or for a little indulgence some cream cheese.
28. Banoffee pie
There's nothing quite like that sticky toffee and creamy banana combination.
29. Apple crumble
Serve yours with custard, ice cream or yoghurt.
It may sound naughty, but we promise it's nutritious.
31. Pumpkin pie
You can give the autumn treat a healthy twist.
32. Cinnamon roll
This fun recipe takes just five minutes to cook.
If you've got some leftover mincemeat to use up, throw it in your breakfast.
34. Apple pie
Feel like you're eating dessert every day with this brilliant recipe.
Use old bananas for the best taste.
Don't throw away those pumpkins at Halloween, turn them into breakfast.
37. Victoria sponge
You really will feel like you're eating cake for breakfast
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