July 11, 2011

Baked Berry Almond Oatmeal


SO good!

It was a hit all around.
And the boy who can NEVER get filled up...
did! :)

Click Here to find the recipe ~
You will need to scroll about half-way down
the post to locate it.
It's worth the hunt! :)

FYI ~ I doubled the recipe to serve my family...
using two pans of the 7" x 11" variety.
AND...I used old fashioned oats
and thawed raspberries (they had been frozen).



Heather's Blog-o-rama said...

HI Camille,
YUMMY!!!! I was wondering when you'd post another recipe. Yes, I can see why you'd have to double the recipe...you practically have a basketball team in your family :) :)

I've made baked oatmeal before...it's so easy and super filling. I like it served hot with milk poured over the top. My recipe is from a Beachy/Amish/Mennonite cookbook called "Taste of Pinecraft" It's really good. I'm glad your boy was full after eating the version that you made :) :)

Oh, you know what? I bet this is pretty economical, too :) :) Thanks for the yummy recipe, Camille ;) :) Have a lovely day. Love and hugs from Oregon, Heather :)

Anneliese said...

I love baked oatmeal! This is very different from mine, but I would love to try it. Wish blogger could figure out a way to send samples...

Linda Stubbs said...

Oh my, this looks wonderful!!!!! I want to try this. Hope your day is cooler than mine. 105. Ugh!!!!!!!! Been real hot down here.

Hugs cutie!

Intentional Living Homestead said...

Sounds wonderful....need to add that to my "need to make" recipe file.

Camille said...

Dear Heather ~ LOL...basketball team indeed! It is yummy...I do hope you try it out. :)

Dear Anneliese ~ Welcome! Yes, I agree...samples would be a great idea! :)

Dear Linda ~ We have had a VERY cool Spring and Summer so far...it's hovering in the low 70's...come visit! I'll serve you up some of this for breakfast. :)

Dear Connie ~ I'm sure your family will enjoy it too...and it feeds a crowd (when you make it in a few pans). Enjoy! :)

Many blessings,

Maryann said...

This sounds wonderful, going to try it next week.

Trisha said...

This looks great! When I first clicked on the link and noticed the words "green lentil hummus," I almost went away. :) But, then I patiently scrolled down and got to the better stuff. HA! This looks like one that my family might like. Thank you!! Love you!

Hopes Handcrafts said...

mmm...that's looks so yummy, Camille! We are oat-lovers too. Must try this recipe out *makes note to purchase berries*

Barbara said...

Oh yes that certainly does look YUMMY, I am gonna try that, it looks easy enough and I love Oatmeal too, thanks for stopping by my blog too dear., I appreciate you, have a blessed day.

Sharon said...

Hello Camille :)

This looks wonderful! I cannot wait to try it this weekend. (Especially after creating an unhealthy breakfast this morning ;))

Thanks so much for sharing and have a wonderful day!


Camille said...

Dear Maryann ~ Welcome here! :) I do hope you enjoy this baked oatmeal as much as we do...it's yummy with some creamy milk on top.

Dear Trisha ~ Lentil hummus indeed!! LOL! Nope...I would not do that to you my friend. ;-)

Dear Julia ~ You are in the right season to enjoy this my friend. It would be lovely in winter...but, I could not wait to give it a try. I'm glad I didn't. :)

Dear Barbara ~ It's lovely to hear from you. I do hope you find this as yummy as we do...I'm sure you will! And yes, it's easy. :)

Dear Sharon ~ I make *unhealthy* breakfasts sometimes too...it's nice to have something to make that is both delicious and good for you. I hope you and your Michael like it! :)

Many blessings,

The Adventures of a Simple Life said...

Scrumptious! A must try! Thanks for sharing!!!

Camille said...

Dear Christine ~ Oh DO!! And...ENJOY!! :)


Cheesemakin' Mamma said...

That looks fantastic. I love nuts!

Camille said...

Dear Jackie ~ Sooooo yummy! :)