This makes an ideal breakfast as it can be kept for a couple of days in the fridge.  I take a couple of slices to work and heat them up in the microwave.  They are free on No Count and the whole recipe is 10 points if tracking.

   

Ingredients (makes 6 slices):

  • 80g oats (I use a supermarket own brand for this)
  • 200ml skimmed milk
  • 2 eggs
  • a tsp mixed spice
  • pinch of salt
  • 2 tbsp Myprotein sugar-free maple syrup
  • two apples, chopped into small pieces
  • 70g blueberries

Method:

  1. Pre-heat the oven to 160C.
  2. Mix the oats, mixed spice and salt, and scatter half of it into a silicone sandwich case/tin.
  3. Scatter half of the apples and blueberries over this.
  4. Whisk the milk, eggs and sugar-free syrup before pouring half over the oat mixture and fruit.
  5. Scatter over the rest of the oats, followed by the fruit and finally the rest of the milk mixture.
  6. Bake in the oven for 35 – 40 minutes.

You can swap the blueberries for cherries which is also a great combination.  This is half a portion which would be free on No Count or 5 points on WW Flex (served with fat free natural yogurt).

23 thoughts on “Apple and Blueberry Baked Oats”

  1. Just tried this recipe I used blackberries and apple wow great! Not sure about how it turned out though it is like a bread pudding scrummy. Thankyou for sharing your recipes. Jan

    1. Awww thanks Jan, it’s like having dessert for breakfast isn’t it? You can add another egg which will give it a slightly firmer texture if you want to. Enjoy the rest of your week:-) Helen xxxx

    1. Hi, you can have Alpro soya milk but I’m afraid I don’t know the vegan replacement for eggs. Sorry, Helen xxx

    1. Hi Sandra, it does sound like you’ve not cooked it for long enough. If you’ve doubled the mixture, it will need at least another 20 minutes and maybe more. You could try using a skewer to check if it’s cooked all the way through too. 👍🏻💕 Hope it works if you decide to make it again, Helen xxxxx

  2. hi…just made this with raspberries and apples and used sweetener as my syrup hasnt arrived yet….not sure I have the right consistency…photos look like they should be flapjacky…mine is soft spongy compressed porridge looking??

    1. Hi Andria, the apple and pear makes a great combination – I’m really glad you enjoyed them:-) I’m trying them with apple and rhubarb this weekend. Hope you have a lovely weekend in this glorious sunshine:-) Helen xxxx

  3. I decided to use apples and bananas in mine today, it’s just gone in the oven I doubled the mixture to make a batch and it looked scrummy, will let you know how it turns out

  4. Looks delicious! I’m on Flex & usually have around 5 points for breakfast so I’ll definitely give it a try.

    1. Thanks Jackie, this feels like a real treat for breakfast. 😋😋💕 Hope you enjoy it and have a lovely Easter weekend 💛💛 Helen xxxxx

  5. Hi Helen, I’m just going through some recipes for the next week, are they on the app or do I need to create a recipe? Thanks x

    1. Hi Joy, you’ll need to create a recipe as I haven’t added any to the app. I only track the food I spend my weeklies on. Good luck with the menu planning 💕💕 Helen xxxxx

    1. Hi Belinda, it’s good to hear you enjoyed this one. I’ve just added a cherry cheesecake baked oats recipe which is lovely too. Hope you have a fab week ahead! Helen xxxx

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