Baked Oatmeal


An easy recipe for Baked Oatmeal packed with collagen peptides and healthy fats - you'll want to make this time and time again!

An easy recipe for Baked Oatmeal packed with collagen peptides and healthy fats – you’ll want to make this time and time again!

After taking the first bite of this baked oatmeal recipe last month, I decided that I’d be making it for the rest of my life. And if you follow me on Instagram, then you know that I’ve pretty much done exactly that. No lie, I’ve legitimately made a batch every single week since that first batch in June…..

Yes, it’s really that good.

Another reason I know it’s a good one? It’s one of the most popular recipes I’ve ever shared on Instagram — week after week I have more people comment, message and share pictures of their take on the classic recipe with me. I strive to make healthy eating simple and attainable without sacrificing flavor, so NOTHING makes me happier than seeing and hearing that y’all are trying the recipes I share!

I hope you try this recipe out for yourself if you haven’t already, because really — this baked oatmeal is perfect for a quick week day breakfast, a weekend brunch…or honestly even paired with ice cream & fresh fruit for dessert 🙂

My favorite ways to enjoy it?

  • Heat it up then top it off with fresh fruit (I love strawberries and peach slices) and almond butter
  • Pair it with vanilla ice cream and caramelized peaches
  • Crumble over a bowl of yogurt

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  1. Can you explain the need for collagen peptides and how you decide where to add them?
    Also, how much/many should you get in a day?
    Ive gone through menopause and my skin is crape-ey and I’m hoping the peptides can help that too.


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