Peach baked oatmeal is such a fun and easy breakfast that is going to be a new favorite. Once you get the base recipe for these baked oats, you can customize it with different fruits and flavors.
This recipe is for a single serving. Double it, triple it, quadruple it if you are feeding more than one 🙂 Or, just grab two spoons and fight over the last bite!
Why You’ll Love Single Serve Baked Oatmeal
- Simple. It’s only a few ingredients and only a couple steps to make these baked oats for one.
- Wholesome. This recipe packed with feel good ingredients that you probably have in the back of your pantry!
- Customizable. I’m making this baked oatmeal fruity with peaches but you can customize it however you like! Try a different fruit or even a tablespoon of cocoa powder to try for a different flavor.
- Fruity. So fresh and fruity! It’s such a fun way to start the day!
- Indulgent. I know this is oatmeal and all but it kinda feels like you’re eating cake. It’s indulgent and delicious and feels super decadent!
Ingredients to Make Baked Oats for One
Peaches. This is a peach flavored oatmeal so I’m using some peaches! I use frozen peaches because they’re easier to store and I use them for smoothies, but you can definitely use fresh peaches as well. If you are using frozen peaches just allow them to come to room temperature or microwave them to defrost them.
Oats. I’m using old fashioned rolled oats here. I haven’t tested it with any other kind of oats but I think subbing out the oats would mess with the texture. Just keep the texture in mind when experimenting with different oats. Similarly, quick oats may cook a bit differently but worth a shot if you want to give them a try!
Agave Nectar. I always have agave nectar in my pantry but you can sub in honey or maple syrup if you prefer!
Milk. I tend to use either whole milk or oat milk but you can really sub in whatever milk you like!
Egg. I’m using a regular ol’ egg but you can try a vegan egg or flax egg if you prefer!
Baking Powder & Salt. Because we need to fluff it up a bit and salt to bring out the flavor!
How to Make Baked Oats for One
Blend. Place all ingredients into a blender and blend on high for about 1 minute until combined.
Bake. Transfer the blended oatmeal to a ramekin, mug, or small bowl. Microwave for 1 minute – 1.5 minutes. The top and edges of the oatmeal will puff up and appear cakey but will still be gooey and an oatmeal consistency once you dig in.
How to Serve Peach Baked Oatmeal
Have it for breakfast! I bake it in a ramekin and eat it alongside my coffee in the morning. Have it with some fruit or alongside a bigger brunch with eggs and bacon or quiche!
Snack time! Craving some oatmeal later in the day? Baked oats make for the perfect snack! They’re oat-y, they’re gooey, they’re so decadent!
Dessert, anyone? Yes we’re calling this oatmeal but it could also be dessert. Add a scoop of ice cream on top for a peaches and cream kind of vibe.
How to Store Baked Oats
This is meant to be a single-serve recipe but if you don’t have too much of an appetite or want to save it for later, wrap it in plastic wrap and store it in the fridge. You can reheat it in the microwave but keep in mind reheating it may lose some of the gooey factor.
- 1/2 cup old fashioned rolled oats
- 1/2 cup peach slices
- 2 tablespoons agave nectar (honey or maple syrup also works)
- 2 tablespoons milk (any kind you like!)
- 1 egg
- 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- extra peach slices for topping
- Place ingredients into a blender and blend on high for about 1 minute until combined.
- Transfer the blended oatmeal to a ramekin, mug, or small bowl.
- Microwave for 1 minute – 1.5 minutes. The top and edges of the oatmeal will puff up and appear cakey but will still be gooey and an oatmeal consistency once you dig in.
- Serving Size: 1 serving
- Calories: 328
- Sugar: 41.4g
- Sodium: 657mg
- Fat: 7.3g
- Saturated Fat: 2.2g
- Unsaturated Fat: 0g
- Trans Fat: 0g
- Carbohydrates: 57.9g
- Fiber: 3.7g
- Protein: 10.7g
- Cholesterol: 167mg