TikTok users swear that using this simple formula will turn your oatmeal into a cake. Yes, that means you can eat cake for breakfast. And no, you don’t have to add a ton of sugar or empty calories (unless you want to!) to make this recipe.
All you need is a few ingredients to create the oatmeal “cake” base. Then you can upgrade and customize your oats to whichever flavor you like.
Trace Alexander combined rolled oats, 1/2 a banana, milk, maple syrup, baking powder, cocoa powder, protein powder and chia seeds in a blender to make these delicious lava cake baked oats. Then he placed a chocolate bar inside the batter, sprinkled chocolate on top and baked the blended oats for 20 minutes.
User @wellnessbykay mixed oatmeal, vanilla protein powder, baking powder, almond milk, maple syrup, vanilla extract and blueberries for this treat.
“These actually taste like a blueberry muffin,” she said.
To make @goldenthekitchen’s birthday cake oats, mix oatmeal, an egg, cottage cheese or a banana, almond milk and vanilla extract in a blender. Bake the mixture, then top with Greek yogurt and sprinkles.
For this carrot cake version, combine rolled oats, flax meal, salt, cinnamon, pumpkin spice, baking powder, walnuts, raisins, shredded carrots, vanilla extract and oat milk and bake. While it was cooking, @lahbco also made a cream cheese drizzle with cream cheese, confectioners’ sugar, vanilla extract and lemon juice.
Anna Wilson mixed oat milk, chia seeds, oatmeal, half a banana, baking soda, half a lemon and three dates in a blender to make lemon drizzle baked oats. She added a topping made of maple syrup and more lemon juice.
This is another one by @wellnessbykay. This time she combined pumpkin, almond milk, maple syrup, vanilla extract, cinnamon, pumpkin spice, baking powder, chocolate chips and oats to make this fall breakfast.
User @biteswithjj used protein powder, oats, baking powder, almond milk, vanilla extract, light cream cheese and diced strawberries for this Instagrammable morning pick-me-up.
This simple recipe by @ediblemoods only includes oats, oat milk, peanut butter, agave, baking powder and chocolate chips.
To make @healthfood’s vanilla baked oats, mix oats, plant milk, banana, maple syrup, vanilla extract, protein powder, baking powder and baking soda.
This recipe by Farida Elseragy is next level. She mixed oats, cacao powder, salt, baking powder, banana, almond milk and chocolate pieces to make the cake-like base. Then she topped her dish with chopped bananas, peanut butter and salt. Delicious!
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