Capture the comfort of a warm bowl of oats and the flavors of Fall in this pumpkin maple baked oatmeal as an easy make-ahead breakfast for the whole week in thirty minutes! Recipe by Dash of Jazz

Pumpkin Maple Baked Oatmeal

The weather is finally changing a bit here in Houston and I am still enjoying some variation of my baked oatmeal each weekday morning. If you’ve been reading this blog for a little while, 1. Thank you! 🙂 2. You have probably picked up on my affinity for all-in-one dishes. I like to get different flavors, nutritional value, and multiple textures into each meal and dirty as few dishes as possible. So, in transitioning this dish to a more “Fall” flavor palate, I did just that. This pumpkin maple baked oatmeal has berries, nuts, apples, and, of course, a light orange color from pumpkin. I hope you’ll try it this season and let me know your thoughts! I touched on how baked oatmeal is an easy way to get the comfort of a steamy bowl of oats in the convenience of something handheld in my apple cinnamon baked oatmeal recipe post.

Capture the comfort of a warm bowl of oats and the flavors of Fall in this pumpkin maple baked oatmeal as an easy make-ahead breakfast for the whole week in thirty minutes! Recipe by Dash of Jazz

As you can tell for the title, this rendition differs from the apple cinnamon version in flavor. Additionally, I omitted the egg since pumpkin is used. You can still add an egg to the mix if you like but it really isn’t necessary. Check out my semi-homemade pumpkin cupcakes recipe if you have doubts! The flavors of this baked oatmeal is decidedly autumnal. There are tart dried cranberries and pieces of sweet Honeycrisp apples mixed throughout. My pumpkin maple baked oatmeal keeps in the fridge for about a week so it’s the perfect thing to make on a Sunday evening for your workweek breakfasts. Chilly days call for warm breakfasts so give this one a go and heat it up for about thirty seconds each morning.

Capture the comfort of a warm bowl of oats and the flavors of Fall in this pumpkin maple baked oatmeal as an easy make-ahead breakfast for the whole week in thirty minutes! Recipe by Dash of Jazz

If baked oatmeal is not your thing or you just want more options, check out my homemade instant oatmeal mix. There are also a ton more recipes to start your day on the breakfast & brunch page. Thanks for reading!

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Pumpkin Maple Baked Oatmeal
Capture the comfort of a warm bowl of oats and the flavors of Fall in this pumpkin maple baked oatmeal as an easy make-ahead breakfast for the whole week in thirty minutes! Recipe by Dash of Jazz
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
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Ingredients
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
servings
Ingredients
Capture the comfort of a warm bowl of oats and the flavors of Fall in this pumpkin maple baked oatmeal as an easy make-ahead breakfast for the whole week in thirty minutes! Recipe by Dash of Jazz
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Thoroughly mix all dry ingredients plus chopped apple together in a large bowl. 
  2. In a smaller bowl, mix together remaining ingredients.
  3. Mix wet and dry well, ensuring there are no dry "pockets" in the mixture. Spread into a square (8" by 8" or 9" by 9") baking pan.
  4. Bake for about 25 minutes or until top of oatmeal is firm when pressing down on it with your fingers (but not hardened). Cool for about 30 minutes then slice into six pieces. Store covered in the fridge. Keeps for about a week.
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  1. Thank you for your participation and support for October 2015 Our Growing Edge. The round-up post is up at: http://iamthedreambaker.blogspot.sg/2015/11/our-growing-edge-october-2015-round-up.html. Looking forward to your continuos support! Cheers.

  2. Thank you for your participation and support for October 2015 Our Growing Edge. The round-up post is up at: http://iamthedreambaker.blogspot.sg/2015/11/our-growing-edge-october-2015-round-up.html. Looking forward to your continuos support! Cheers.

  3. I’ve just hopped over from Kerene’s round-up from Our Growing Edge and love the look of this! Baked oatmeal is something I have to start making and adding pumpkin is a great idea 🙂

    1. Thank you for visiting, Natalie. I hope you’ll try the recipe and let me know how you like it.

  4. I’ve just hopped over from Kerene’s round-up from Our Growing Edge and love the look of this! Baked oatmeal is something I have to start making and adding pumpkin is a great idea 🙂

    1. Thank you for visiting, Natalie. I hope you’ll try the recipe and let me know how you like it.

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