Pumpkin Spice Baked Oatmeal

We love to start our days with baked oatmeal. Since we are celebrating Fall, I adapted the recipe to include pumpkin, of course…Pumpkin Spice Baked Oatmeal. Baked oatmeal is a perfect breakfast on the go or snack, especially if you bake the oatmeal in muffin tins rather than a baking dish.

pumpkin spice baked oatmeal

Thoughtfully preparing easy meals and snacks will cut out the cost of running through the drive-thru every now and then. Plus, you know what’s in your food when you make it! :) This batch of Pumpkin Spice Baked Oatmeal was gone in no time! Yum!

What is your favorite homemade snack to grab on your way out the door?

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  1. YUM!

    • I made this last week and it’s delicious!! I had a healthy, filling breakfast all week and am about to make it again for this week! I love how toasted the nuts and oats get. So much more flavorful than regular oatmeal. Love the crunchiness!

      I have eaten it in several ways. Took a piece from the refrigerator, microwaved in a bowl for 2 min with some milk, then broken into pieces. Yum. When I didn’t have the opportunity to add milk and microwave, I ate the piece as a bar – equally delicious! Thanks for a great recipe! I love pumpkin and the spices that go with it!! (By the way I used maple syrup in place of honey.)

  2. I have never liked oatmeal. It always looks too mushy. Yours on the other hand looks really yummy!
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  3. Started making this (half the ingredients in a bowl) and realized I don’t know how much Sugar, Milk, or Applesauce? Help!

  4. WOW, does that look fantastic!!! Pinned!

  5. I was excited to see this recipe Myra! I juuuust discovered baked oatmeal a couple weeks ago and have made it 3 times! We love it!! I tried Amish Baked Oatmeal. Will try yours this weekend (I’m from Canada and we have Thanksgiving weekend this week and will make it then!) I make my own pumpkin puree… do u? soo easy! Here’s the link to my fave. oatmeal :) http://www.tasteofhome.com/Recipes/Amish-Baked-Oatmeal#.UAgmiBLxw8s.pinterest

    • Myra Hope says:

      Hi Joy! :) Yum! I haven’t made my own pumpkin puree yet! I will have to try it! Thanks for sharing the recipe. :)

  6. Looks delicious! And I love that it doesn’t call for milk. Will definitely try making this and freezing some squares for quick breakfasts and snacks for the guys :)

    Do you have any idea what would happen if I subbed sugar for the honey? Would I need to add any extra liquid? I’m currently out of honey and can’t get to Earth Fare to get more of the good stuff yet :)
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  7. I am absolutely DYING to try this recipe!!!
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  8. Myra Hope says:

    I had a mommy-brain moment and forgot to finish the post! It’s all fixed now. :)

  9. Yes, it’s always good to know what goes into your food – that’s why homemade is so much better – love this!

  10. This looks scrumptious! Going to give it a try this weekend. What is the best type of oats to use or does it not really matter?

    • Myra Hope says:

      I don’t think it really matters. I used old fashioned oats, so it’s pretty chewy, but next time I’ll use quick oats just to try the difference. :)

  11. This sounds so good! I wanted to let you know that I featured it in my “What I Bookmarked This Week” post – stop by and see.

  12. looks so good, Myra!
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  13. Hi Myra — Looks delicious! I noticed in the picture it looks as though you cooked them in a muffin tin. Do you alter the cooking time when you do it that way? Thanks!

  14. These turned out delicious and super filling! They were just a little dry and crunchy on the top, did I bake them too long or do they need more moist ingredients?

  15. Hi! Just wondering if it matters what kind of oats are used. Most of the baked oatmeal recipes I come across call for old-fashioned, but I have the quick oats on hand and was wondering if that would be acceptable. Thanks! :D

    • Myra Hope says:

      I’ve actually used both with success. You may need to cut the baking time a bit so it doesn’t get over baked. :) I hope that helps!

  16. Found this on a search for baked oatmeal recipes. I made it for my family over Christmas. It was a huge hit. I’ve since made it again and it makes for a wonderful breakfast. I served in bowl with heated milk. Also great heated and then topped with greek yogurt. Thanks for sharing.

  17. Myra Hope says:

    Hey Kristie, I had a crazy mommy-brain moment and published the post without it being finished. Oops! It’s all fixed now! :)

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