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Today’s breakfast: Berry Baked Oatmeal- decomposed. . . Today I had another pie…

Today’s breakfast: Berry Baked Oatmeal- decomposed.
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Today I had another piece of my surprisingly amazing baked oatmeal. I say surprisingly because I am not by any means a good baker, mostly because I do not follow recipes / use measurements.. but nonetheless I think I nailed this one. Plus, in order to post about it, I recorded my measurements! This baked oatmeal is a time saver. Whenever I need a snack I just take a slice, throw it in the microwave, and dig in. Plus, it makes a delicious breakfast since oats fill you up for a long time and it takes less than a minute to prepare( if you even want to heat it up). This morning I had it in almond milk, so like a creamy cereal / granola sort of thing and it surpassed all my expectations. This is better than cereal, and I love cereal so that is a hard statement for me to admit. Anyways this recipe made me a approx. 6 inch circular pan full of baked oatmeal, which will last me all week! Just double the ingredients or half them to suit your needs:)
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Ingredients:
-3 cups rolled oats
-1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
-1/2 teaspoon salt
-2 1/2 cups of your choice of milk (I used oat, but almond is great too)
-3 cups frozen berries (I used blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries)
-1/2 cup of honey (or your sweetener of choice ex: maple syrup)
-*6 tablespoons of aquafaba (mix until white and fluffy)
-3 tablespoons coconut oil
-chia seeds to top
*3 tablespoons of aquafaba = one egg, so you can replace this ingredient with 2 eggs if desired
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Instructions: to cook this I just combined all of the ingredients and put them in my pan, which I lightly coated with coconut oil. Theoretically it may be best to make layers of oats and berries, but I think this way turned out absolutely fantastic so do whatever you want. Anyways, let me know your results if you try this recipe!
*this recipe was inspired by celebrate eats + @happyhealthymama
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