Baked Oatmeal with Fruits and Nuts

Fruits and nuts in baked oatmeal

The healthy ingredients in this baked oatmeal recipe come from oats, veggies, and nuts. It’s a great choice for breakfast or a snack. It’s great for people who want a healthy meal quickly and easily. This dish is loved by people of all ages because it is naturally sweet from the fruits, crunchy from the nuts, and hearty from the oats.

How long it takes to get ready: 10 minutes
30-minute cook time
Time: 40 minutes all together
Things used:
1 cup of oatmeal
50 gr. of cranberries
50 gr. of dried apricots
60 grams of nuts of your choice
1 orange
1 mango
50 grams of oat flakes

How to Do It:

Warm up the oven: Warm the oven up to 360°F (180°C).
Get the ingredients ready:
Cut the apple and banana into little chunks.
Cut the dried apricots into little pieces.
Cut the nuts into small pieces.
Mix Mix the oatmeal, cranberries, dried apricots, nuts, banana slices, and apple pieces together in a big bowl. Mix well.
Oat Flakes: Add the oat flakes to the mix and mix them in until everything is well mixed.
Bake: Put the mixture in a baking dish and make sure it’s spread out evenly. Put it in an oven that is already hot for 30 minutes.
Cool and Serve: Let it cool down a bit before you serve it. Have fun with your healthy and tasty baked breakfast!
Serving Ideas: Add a splash of milk or a dollop of Greek yogurt and serve warm.
On top, put some fresh berries or honey for extra sweetness.
You can eat it as a snack by itself or with a hot coffee or tea.
When cooking, use ripe bananas to add extra sweetness.
You can use your favorite dried fruits and nuts instead of these.
Use plant-based milk and yogurt instead of dairy for a veggie option.

Good for you nutrition:

Oats have a lot of fiber and can help lower cholesterol and keep blood sugar stable.
Fruits: They have important minerals and vitamins.
Nuts are a good way to get energy and healthy fats.

Information about the diet:

Be a vegetarian: Yes

Vegan: Yes, if you use plant-based alternatives.
Gluten-Free: Use oats that don’t contain gluten.
Dairy-Free: Yes, if you use plant-based alternatives.
Storage: Put leftovers in the fridge in a jar that won’t let air in. This will keep them fresh for up to 5 days.
You can reheat each dish in the microwave or eat them cold.

This recipe is great because:

It’s a simple recipe that can be used for many things.
It’s full of healthy foods, which makes it a good choice.
It’s great for making ahead of time and can be eaten all week.
Flexible enough to meet a wide range of food needs and tastes.
In conclusion, this baked oatmeal with nuts and veggies is a great way to start the day or a healthy lunch. Its delicious mix of tastes and textures will make you feel full and energized. You should give it a try and make it a regular part of your meal plan!