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Berry Oatmeal Bake

Juicy berries mixed into oatmeal and baked to gooey perfection for a warm delicious breakfast the entire family will enjoy!

WW My Way Smart Points: 6 Green, 5 Blue, 3 Purple

WW Freestyle Smart Points: 5

Prepping The Oatmeal Base

To start I took a baking dish and sprayed it with nonstick spray. Using Frozen sliced strawberries, I lined the bottom of the dish.

I then Mixed the oats with the cinnamon and baking powder until everything was evenly coated.

Next I mixed the milk, egg, almond extract, and honey in a bowl until it was mixed together thoroughly. I then poured the liquid mix into the oats and mixed until a batter formed. Once the batter was smooth, I dumped it into the pan over the sliced strawberries.

I added the blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, and remaining strawberries to the top of the batter

Baking Things Up

For baking, I placed the oatmeal bake uncovered in the oven for 45 minutes. If you prefer your oatmeal to be more runny, I would recommend starting with 30 minutes and checking the consistency until it is your desired thickness. Halfway through I added the almond slices to the top.

After the 45 minutes was up, I pulled the oatmeal out of the oven and served it up! I saved the other 5 servings for the weeks breakfast and it held together great in the fridge. I would not go much longer than 5 days out however. I have not tried freezing this recipe, but I can imagine it would freeze well like other meal prep oatmeal cups.

Enjoy this Berry Oatmeal Bake as is, or add an extra little drizzle of honey over the top for a little extra sweetness - just adjust the points for the amount of extra honey you use.

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