Banana Bread Baked Oats

Banana Bread Baked Oats

Baked oats taste almost like a breakfast cake, a healthy, deliciously cozy way to start a busy day!

These oats are filled with healthy ingredients and take just minutes to blend. Top the oats with fresh bananas and a bit of butter to serve.

Banana Bread Baked Oats

There’s good reason baked oats are Tiktok famous. Easy to make and full fo flavor.

Quick and easy to assemble, bake, and serve. One dish for everyone in the morning is an energy saver!

Protein and fiber-filled to keep everyone going all day!

Make baked oats with mix and match ingredients!

Ingredients and Variations

OATMEAL: Use old fashion oats (AKA rolled oats) for the best cake-like texture. The chia seeds and collagen (which is optional) help make the oatmeal thick and add a serious punch of protein.

FRUIT & MIX-INS: Just like a classic banana bread, bananas add both flavor and moisture to this recipe. You can add in a sprinkle of other fruits as well like blueberries, raspberries, or sliced strawberries. Walnuts can be switched out for any kind of nut.

How to Make Baked Oats

Save half of the banana for serving. Place all remaining ingredients (per the recipe below) in a small blender. 

Pour into a prepared bowl. Gently stir in the nuts.

Bake and enjoy.

Top with remaining sliced banana & salted butter to make this taste like the perfect slice of banana bread.

In the Microwave:

Prepare as above.

 Add additional milk, if necessary.

Remove baked oats from microwave & top with extra bananas. 

process of mixing ingredient to make a Banana Bread Baked Oats

Tips for Making Baked Oats

Add 5 minutes to the baking time.

Top with warmed maple syrup, whipped cream, and if serving as an after-school treat or dessert, a scoop of vanilla ice cream!

Most ceramic or glass dishes are oven-safe. Check the bottom of your bowl to make sure.

Depending on the dish size, you may need a few minutes more or less.

Banana Bread Baked 


▢1 banana divided

▢½ cup old fashioned oats

▢½ cup almond milk

▢1 tablespoon agave

▢½ tablespoon chia seeds

▢1 teaspoon baking powder

▢½ teaspoon vanilla

▢¼ teaspoon salt

▢1 scoop collagen optional

▢2 tablespoons walnuts chopped

▢salted butter for topping



Preheat the oven to 400°F.

Grease a small baking dish or a large ramekin (about 4″ wide) and set aside.

Pour the blended into the prepared baking dish.

Stir in the walnuts, letting some rest on the top of the batter.

Top with the remaining ½ of the banana (sliced) and salted butter and enjoy warm.

Recipe Notes

The will puff up and will settle back down after coming out of the oven.

Collagen powder can be replaced with protein powder or omitted completely.

If you really want the banana flavor to build, blend all of the ingredients EXCEPT the baking powder and place in the fridge overnight. In the morning, mix in the baking powder and bake. The may require an additional few minutes of bake time.