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Baked Coconut Raisin Oatmeal

By Saturday, March 15, 2014 , , , ,

Yet another delicious variation on my favourite baked oatmeal. The coconut makes the oats incredibly soft and creamy and soaking the raisins makes them so plump and delicious. This is like having a hot and gooey cake for breakfast, and it's just regular oatmeal in the oven! This is my favourite weekend treat for breakfast


You will need:

1/2 cup oats
1/4 cup canned coconut milk
1/4 cup almond milk
1 ripe banana
1/2 tsp baking powder
2 tbsps raisins

Firstly preheat your oven to 180C and allow it to warm up whilst you cook. Soak your oats and raisins in a bowl with the coconut milk and almond for 10-15 minutes so they can soften up. Meanwhile, mash your banana roughly with a fork, setting aside a few slices for decoration, then combine the oats, baking powder and banana in a bowl. Pour into a small baking dish, top with the banana slices and bake for approximately 15-20 minutes or until crispy and lightly browned on the top.

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12 comments

  1. what are good toppings for this?

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    1. I find it pretty tasty alone, but it's nice with a bit of coconut sugar on the banana and some nuts/seeds for crunch :)

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  2. Hi Siobhan,

    I love the blog there are so many great ideas for healthy breakfasts. I was just wondering what tartlet case you cook these in, does it have a loose bottom, does the mixture stick?

    Also can these be packed up and taken to work/college?

    Thanks so much

    Laura

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    1. Hi there!
      These do have a loose bottom, but I just eat them straight out of the tartlet tin with a spoon, so I don't worry about them sticking.
      I wouldn't recommend taking them to work/college because I don't think they'd taste nice cold, the oats would go very hard and chewy!

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  3. So delicious! This made the best Saturday morning brunch today! Thanks for the recipe :)

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  4. I tried this recipe this morning and once again it tasted SO good. I have tried all your baked oatmeals and most of your other recipes and they are all so tasty. Yes I admit that they sink in the middle and take longer to cook but they still taste amazing

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    1. Thanks! If they sink a little in the middle, just use a little less liquid :)

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  5. Hi,
    I was just wondering, what type of coconut milk do you suggest for this one? Full fat or low fat?
    Thanks :)

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    1. Full fat, the creamier the better :)

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  6. I love your blog and I've tried many recipes before, and I love all the baked oatmeals so much.
    Is it okay to eat them a few mornings in a row?

    Thanks xx

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    1. Sure, it's just oatmeal, it's not bad for you! It's no different to regular oats! :)

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