Easy Baked Oats Toffee Apple & Blackberry

If your looking for an easy make ahead breakfast recipe these delicious Baked Oat are so cosy and delicious and make the perfect family breakfast in the colder months. I have two recipes for these baked oats. The first one is for the lovely Toffee Apple Baked Oats and the second one is for the delicious Blackberry and White Chocolate baked oats.

The delicious Toffee Apple Baked oats is a perfect recipe to create at this time of year when there are so many apples available. The toffee apple baked oats contain grated apples and walnuts and a deliciou sblend of warming Autumn spices. The blackberry and white chocolate baked oats are made up of blackberries, almonds and white chocolate. They are equally delicious but I think our favourite was probably the baked Toffee Apple Oats recipe.

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Watch the full recipe for the two baked oats recipes below in the recipe video or you can print it out below at the bottom of this page.

Baked Oats Recipe Instructions

These delicious baked oat recipes are so easy to make ahead of time on a Sunday night for the week ahead and lasted us the entire week. I made the two recipes up on the Sunday night and once cool I covered them and placed in the fridge. In the morning during the week I cut out squares of the baked oats and warmed at a medium temperature in the oven for 10 minutes.

We served them up with fruit, cream, kefir yoghurt, chopped fruit, honey and even some maple syrup sometimes. We varied the toppings each day so it wasn’t too boring. The kids loved them and I loved the fact that a nice warming breakfast was ready to go in the morning.

Blackberry & Whte Chocolate Baked Oats

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These baked oats are so easy to make and make the perfect cosy make ahead breakfast.

You can save so much time by making these warming baked oats ahead of the week. They only take 10-15 minutes to warm up and add toppings. In a busy family you can then focus on getting everyone ready for school or other tasks in the morning.

You can freeze extras once cooled and stock up the freezer with squares of baked oats. This creates lots of affordable breakfasts for the month ahead.

When its cold you need something to warm you up at the start of the day and warm oats are definitely our go to for a cosy warm breakfast.

If you like the sound of these delicious baked oat recipes you will also enjoy these delicious warming recipes at this time of year. I love this Creamy Chicken Pie recipe its my most popular recipe on my website and is so easy to make. The creamy chicken filling and the comforting crispy pastry are a perfect combo! The cheddar cheese loaf is another delicious recipe to make at this time of year. Its especially good with a bowl of freshly made hot soup. I love a potato and leek soup with this bread.

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Tips for making these Baked Oats recipes …

These baked oats are generally very straight forward to make but make sure you choose a dish that is well greased and deep enough to contain all of the baked oat mixture.

If you want to go for less sugar you can swap out the sugar in this recipe for coconut sugar or remove it entirely. The white chocolate on the top of the blackberry dish is optional and you could leave it out altogether if you are watching the calories or just want a healthier option.

I made these dishes at the weekend and cut out a small square per person per day to reheat in the oven. You only need a small square per person as the oats are very filling and satisfying.

To reheat the baked oats in the oven place them on a baking tray and warm for 10 minutes in a warm oven. You could also microwave the square instead of putting it in the oven but I don’t own a microwave and am not sure about reheating times. At a guess I would try starting with a minute and biuld it up from there.

Cool and cover the oats and store in the fridge. If you are freezing the squares cool the dishes and cut out all the pieces. Place in a freezer bag and freeze. Defrost the night before before warming in the oven.

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Toffee Apple Baked Oats Recipe

Toffee Apple Baked Oats Recipe

Delicious and easy baked oats recipe using apples, walnuts, golden brown sugar and delicious warming oats to create a lovely warm breakfast dish that can be made ahead of time.
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Servings 10 +


  • 1 Pie Dish or Large Tart Dish


  • 270g Rolled Oats
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 2 tsp Baking Powder
  • 1 tsp Mixed Spice
  • 2 tsp Cinnamon
  • 150 g Brown Sugar
  • 250ml Whole Milk
  • 2 Eggs medium in size
  • 2 Apples grated medium in size
  • 50 g Walnuts chopped


  • Preheat the oven to 160C (fan oven) and grease up a large pie dish or tart tin.
  • Add the rolled oats, salt, baking powder, mixed spice, cinnamon and brown sugar into a large mixing bowl and mix everything through really well.
  • Whisk the egg and milk together in a large jug and pour into the dry oat mixture. Mix everything through well.
  • Grate in the apples and sprinkle in the walnuts and stir through.
  • Pour everything into the greased pie dish and bake for 40 minutes or until golden brown on the top.
  • Slice and serve straight away or leave to cool if saving for later.

Blackberry and White Chocolate Baked Oats

White Chocolate and Blackberry Baked Oats

A delicious easy recipe of white chocolate baked oats with blackberries, sliced almonds and a sprinkling of white chocolate on the top.
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Total Time 55 minutes
Servings 10 +


  • 1 Deep Pie or Tart Dish


  • 270 g Rolled Oats
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 2 tsp Baking Powder
  • 150 g Brown Sugar
  • 250 ml Whole Milk
  • 2 Eggs medium
  • 1 tsp Almond Extract
  • 1 Cup Blackberries
  • 50 g Almonds sliced
  • 60 g White Chocolate


  • Preheat the oven to 160C (fan) and grease up a deep pie dish or tart dish.
  • Add the rolled oats, salt, baking powder and brown sugar into a large mixing bowl and mix through well.
  • In a glass jug or bowl mix together the milk, eggs and almond extract. Pour this into the oat mixture and mix through.
  • Add the blackberries and bake in the oven for 40 minutes or until golden brown.
  • As soon as you bring it out of the oven add the white chocolate to the top if using and leave to melt.
  • Serve immediately or leave to cool if saving for another breakfast.

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