Rich, dark, peanut buttery, chocolate baked oatmeal, for a healthy breakfast that tastes like dessert!
Do you remember when your choice of oatmeal was plain or plain with raisins"
Sometimes you?d hear of people stirring in apple and cinnamon or sliced banana, but that was about as crazy as it got. Dessert-themed oatmeal?especially chocolate oatmeal?was pretty much unheard of as a breakfast food, even as recently as a few years ago.
I remember back in 2011 when I first posted my recipe for 5 Minute Chocolate Oatmeal.
The recipe was met with uncertainty in the comment section, with people wondering whether eating chocolate oatmeal for breakfast was possibly taking things too far. Musings such as the ones below were common:
?As good as oatmeal and chocolate are, I?m not sure how I feel about having them together at breakfast.?
?Chocolate oatmeal"! I don?t know if that is crazy or brilliant, but I want to find out!?
?I?ve always only eaten oatmeal in the traditional way. I will have to try this.?
Thankfully, chocolate oatmeal has gone mainstream.
No one even blinked last year when I posted my recipe for Brownie Batter Chocolate Overnight Oats.
So today I wanted to revisit one of my older recipes that is much too good to be lost in the archives: Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Baked Oatmeal.
The recipe combines creamy peanut butter with rich, dark cocoa for a filling and healthy breakfast that tastes entirely too sinful to be eaten so early in the morning.
Just one serving of this healthy breakfast gives you:
3.7 grams of fiber
5 grams of protein
Under 200 calories
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Peanut Butter Cup Baked Oatmeal
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Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Baked Oatmeal
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