This vegan baked oatmeal is to die for? Why? Because peanut butter and chocolate are the best combination in the world, and now you can eat it for breakfast. You could even eat this recipe for a healthy dessert if you wanted to. I won’t judge! Oatmeal is a great, filling, and healthy breakfast that is perfect for meal prep. I love to make up a big batch at the beginning of the week, and then I have a quick breakfast that I can just eat up all week. You can also great creative and add different fruit within your oatmeal to get different flavors. The options are seriously endless!
Why you’ll love this vegan baked oatmeal recipe:
- It’s easy-to-make
- It’s vegan-friendly
- It is great to meal prep for breakfasts
- It’s budget-friendly
- Chocolate & PB… do I need to say more?
How do you make vegan baked oatmeal?
This PB and chocolate oatmeal is fairly easy to pull off, and it makes enough that you can eat it all week for a quick breakfast or afternoon snack. Here’s how you make it:
- Preheat oven to 350F and grease a 9X13 inch baking dish
- In the dish, mash the bananas till well combined and add in the maple syrup, peanut butter, vanilla, and flax eggs. Stir till combined
- To the dish, add the oats, baking soda, salt, and plant milk. Stir till there are no clumps and a smooth consistency has developed
- Before baking top with chocolate
- Bake in the middle rack for 28-35 minutes. If you want more oatmeal-like consistency, bake for less time. You want more of a bar texture bake a bit longer. You can eat immediately or after cooling.
- Enjoy them with fresh berries and bananas!
This recipe is really versatile and you can easily mix up the ingredients to add in berries or top with your favorite fruits.
Why is peanut butter so good for you?
What I love about peanut butter is that it is so versatile. You can make dressings and sauces with it for Asian-inspired dishes, or salads, you can bake with it, you can eat it on its own, the opportunities in the kitchen are endless with PB and it’s always good to have on hand. Peanut butter also is a great, healthy protein, and is a good source of:
- Vitamin E
- Niacin (B3)
- Vitamin B6
How do you like to eat your peanut butter?
Other breakfast recipes you’ll love:
- Vegan Apple Cinnamon Muffins
- Healthy(ish) Banana Bread
- Vanilla Chai Cinnamon Buns
- Chickpea Flour Muffins
- Vegan Bagel Sandwich Recipe
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Vegan Baked Oatmeal
- Preheat oven to 350F and grease a 9X13 inch baking dish.
- In the dish, mash the bananas till well combined and add in the maple syrup, peanut butter, vanilla and flax eggs. Stir till combined.
- To the dish, add the oats, baking soda, salt and plant milk. Stir till there are no clumps and a smooth consistency has developed.
- Top with chocolate before baking.
- Bake in the middle rack for 28-35 minutes. If you want more oatmeal like consistency, bake for less time. You want more of a bar texture bake a bit longer. You can eat immediately or after cooling.
- Enjoy them with fresh berries and bananas.