Baked Oats (TikTok Recipe)

4.97 from 1301 votes

Baked Oats is a viral TikTok recipe that's getting popular because it's an easy, versatile & healthy breakfast with a cake taste and texture!

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When I saw #BakedOats trending on TikTok, I thought how wonderful, I have tons of baked oatmeal recipes to share! But this isn’t your average baked oatmeal. This is baked oats that looks and tastes like cake. And it’s all done in a blender for a fine and airy texture! Below you’ll find a vanilla and chocolate version!

Baked oats in a ramekin topped with caramel sauce

Baked oats video tutorial

Ingredients & substitutions

  • Rolled oats: This is the base for the recipe, but you can use rolled oats, quick oats, or even oat flour. Learn how to make oat flour using just rolled oats in my tutorial.
  • Egg: You can make it vegan by using a flax egg, or just using ¼ cup of any milk instead of the egg.
  • Banana: This adds flavor, sweetness and moisture to the recipe. Instead of one banana, you can also add one egg or ¼ cup of any milk.
  • Maple syrup: To add a touch of sweetness to oats that can sometimes be bland.
  • Baking powder: This helps the baked oats rise while baking.
  • Salt: To round out the flavor.
  • Cocoa powder: This is optional if you want to try the chocolate flavored baked oats.
Ingredients to make the recipe

How to make baked oats

  1. Place all the ingredients together in a blender.
  2. Blend until the mixture is evenly mixed and pourable. You may have to scoop some out though.
  3. Transfer to a greased ramekin, oven-safe pan or bowl. You can add some toppings like shaved white chocolate, if you’d like.
  4. Bake until the edges pull away and a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out clean.
4 image collage to show how to make the recipe in the vanilla flavor
  • For a chocolate flavor, you can use the same ingredients, but add 1 tablespoon of cocoa powder and top it off with some shaved chocolate or chocolate chips.
4 image collage to show how to make the recipe
  • You’ll know it’s done when the edges of the baked oats pull away from the ramekin – just like cake. That’s the big appeal of this recipe – it’s really just like cake, but for breakfast! Look at that texture!
Chocolate baked oats with bite taken out to show texture

Tips for making baked oats

  1. Use a high speed blender to blend the ingredients. The difference between baked oatmeal and baked oats is all in the texture. And getting that cake-like texture comes from adding the egg, but also blending the ingredients well.
  2. Double or triple the recipe. To double or triple the recipe you can throw everything together in a blender and just divide it into multiple ramekins or transfer it to a cake pan or loaf pan.
  3. Grease the ramekin. Because we’re not using any oil or butter in the recipe, the cooking spray will help ensure that the batter doesn’t stick to the ramekin when cooking.
  4. Cook in the microwave. To make it ever faster, consider making it in the microwave for 90 – 120 seconds. Make sure you’re using a microwave safe bowl though, and that it’s twice the size of the batter since it will rise while baking quickly in the microwave.

Frequently asked questions

Can I use steel cut oats for the recipe?

Unfortunately steel cut oats won’t blend enough to give you the cake-like texture. It’s best with rolled oats, old fashioned oats or oat flour, made from those types of oats.

What size bowl or pan is best for the baked oats?

The ramekin pictured is 8 ounces and that works perfectly for this contents of the recipe.

Can I make this in a muffin or or can pan?

Yes, you can make it in a muffin tin but the recipe will only make about 3 muffins. You can als make it in a cake pan, but it may help to double the recipe in that case. The bake time will depend on the depth of the baking pan, but I recommend starting to check for doneness a 20 minutes.

Close up shot of the baked oats after cooking to show consistency

After you try this once and try all the variations out there you’ll be so excited for breakfast again! It’s a gluten-free protein packed healthy cake-like oatmeal that you’ll be dreaming of at night!

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Baked Oats

Baked Oats is a viral TikTok recipe that's getting popular because it's an easy, versatile & healthy breakfast with a cake taste and texture!
5 from 1301 votes
Servings 1 serving
Course Breakfast, Dessert, Snack
Calories 400
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 20 mins
Total Time 25 mins

Ingredients
  

Instructions

  • Preheat the oven to 350°F. Grease a ramekin or oven-safe pan with cooking spray.
  • In a blender combine all the ingredient until smooth and well-blended, about 1 minute.
  • Transfer the batter into the prepared ramekin. Bake for 20-25 minutes, until a cake tester inserted in the center comes out with just a couple crumbs. Allow to cool in the pan for 10 minutes before serving and frosting.

Notes

Storage: The baked oats will keep well in an airtight container for 2 days at room temperature and up to a week in the fridge.
Freezing: You can freeze the baked oats before or after baking and it will keep for up to 3 months.

Nutrition

Calories: 400kcal, Carbohydrates: 73g, Protein: 13g, Fat: 9g, Saturated Fat: 3g, Trans Fat: 1g, Cholesterol: 164mg, Sodium: 73mg, Potassium: 1155mg, Fiber: 9g, Sugar: 27g, Vitamin A: 313IU, Vitamin C: 10mg, Calcium: 253mg, Iron: 4mg

Nutrition information provided is an estimate. It will vary based on cooking method and specific ingredients used.

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  1. Tried this recipe today, i doubled the recipe pulsed the oat in food processor until medium fine then added two bananas( not so ripe) added 3 teaspoons cocoa powder and drizzled maple syrup and topped with chocolate chips, baked for 23 minutes . It was delicious, even my kids who don’t eat oats liked it and said it’s like banana chocolate chips cake. The kids took it to school, will be making again and trying different flavours.

  2. I used stevia sugar as a sweetner and a little milk because my banana and egg were small
    And baked them in the air fryer at 160°C for 12min
    used paper cups so i can have 4 so the calories would be around 90cal each (100cal if with maple syrup)
    I loved that this recipe has eggs=protein

  3. Hi there!

    I love this recipe so much. Do you think I can prep a few servings to keep in the fridge, then bake later in the week?

  4. Did not cook well even after 1 hour. Inside was uncooked and outside was dry. Oven temperature and everything else was the same to the recipe. I do bakery alot so not skill issue. Soooo bad…

  5. These didn’t turn out at all like I thought they would. Very bland even with the banana and chocolate bits on the top. I won’t be keeping this recipe. Not all recipes are for everyone and I’m glad so many people did like them.

    1. Thank you so much for the feedback! The toppings and add-ins really make the difference, so you can try playing around with that too!

  6. I quadrupled the recipe, and it made 8 ramekins. My bananas were pretty big, though. Delicious! Kids loved it, too. We made the chocolate version.

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