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This delicious basic Easy Baked Oats recipe is the perfect healthy breakfast dish. Serve with juicy raspberries and blueberries!

Side angle photo of Slimming World baked oats in small ramekins on a white background with spoon scooping them out.

Oh hello favourite breakfast!

I often used to make baked oats to get organised and meal prep for the week ahead, but I’d got out of the habit and hadn’t made them for a while.

The need for some morning comfort food has brought me right back to these little pots of joy.

You’ll love this Baked Oats recipe because: 

✅ Just 3 ingredients needed.
✅ Filling and healthy.
✅ Basically feels like a flapjack for breakfast! 😍

Overhead photo of Slimming World baked oats in small ramekins on a white background.

Can baked oats be reheated?

I often make a big batch of baked oats, keep in the fridge and enjoy every day for a week.

To reheat pop them in the microwave and heat until they are hot throughout.

Can you eat baked oats cold?

This baked oats recipe is so easy you can make plenty in advance, bake in the morning or simply eat cold.

For those super organised people you can even make, bake and freeze!

Can you cook baked oatmeal in the microwave?

If you are short on time you can put the mixture into a microwave safe mug or dish coated with a small amount of cooking spray and cook for around five minutes until hot throughout.

Side angle photo of Slimming World baked oats in small ramekins on a white background.

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Easy Baked Oats

This delicious basic Easy Baked Oats recipe is the perfect healthy breakfast dish. A no stir porridge, or baked porridge, is Slimming World plan friendly, and easy to make ahead. Serve with juicy raspberries and blueberries!
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes
Servings: 1


  • 100 g Yogurt
  • 40 g Oats
  • 1 Egg
  • A few drops of vanilla extract
  • 100 g Mixed berries

To serve

  • Spoonful of Yoghurt
  • A few berries
  • Drizzle of honey


  • Preheat oven to 180c (fan). 
  • Mix your yoghurt, eggs, oats and vanilla extract together until combined.  
  • Stir in the berries. 
  • Pour into a small dish.
  • Bake for 30 minutes until golden and cooked though. 
  • If you would like top with a spoonful of yoghurt, a couple of whole berries and a drizzle of honey. 
  • Grab a spoon and enjoy!


Tips for making baked oats:

  • Try not to overcook the baked oats as they become dry.
  • You can use any type of yoghurt, including flavoured.
  • You can use frozen or fresh berries for the recipe.
  • You can swap the mixed berries for other fruits and nuts. Apple, raisin and cinnamon and banana, almond and honey are favourites in our house.
  • I love serving things like this in cute little ramekins, love me some miniature bakeware! These ones from Amazon look perfect.


Calories: 326kcalCarbohydrates: 44gProtein: 14gFat: 10gSaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 176mgSodium: 111mgPotassium: 414mgFiber: 6gSugar: 13gVitamin A: 335IUVitamin C: 2.5mgCalcium: 166mgIron: 2.5mg

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

Additional Info

Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: Family Food
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  1. 5 stars
    I forgot to add- I baked them at 220 degrees Celsius for 22 mins and the consistency was very cake-like; moist and nice, with runny raspberries. Slight browning on too also. It did stick to my dish however, so i recommend using oil to prevent sticking

  2. 5 stars
    I eyeballed the proportions and used a 49g oats sachet and the consistency turned out amazing. I used egg whites (maybe 50ml?) and also added baking powder, which I think helped it rise quite a bit!
    In conclusion i think you don’t need to measure out the ingredients if you want to save time ! Frozen raspberries worked very nicely for me also.

  3. 5 stars
    My new favourite breakfast! I used gluten free oats and it worked perfectly. Stirred through some frozen raspberries and had yoghurt and maple syrup on top – delicious. Thank you, Sarah! The only problem is my husband is stealing them haha.

  4. 5 stars
    Have to admit, I’ve never really been a big fan of baked oats but when I stumbled across this recipe, it looked so delicious that I had to try it. I used frozen blueberries instead of mixed fruit. It was so easy to make and turned out lovely. I served it with a bit of yogurt and a drizzle of honey. Delicious! Will make it again.

  5. If using apple, do you cook the apple first please?
    Do you have rough quantities for apple and raisin or apple and cinnamon? Something new to try! 😋