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Blueberry Baked Oatmeal

Baked Blueberry Oatmeal

The work week has always been challenging for me as I don’t give myself enough time to eat breakfast at home.  Let me preface by saying, I am 100% a morning person but I also like to get as much sleep as I can before going into work.  My alarm goes off at 7:05 AM.  If it’s a good day, I wake up and get out of bed right away.  Most mornings are more like me scrambling out of bed at 7:22 AM and running out of the door at 7:45 AM.  I literally have enough time to grab my low FODMAP foods out of the fridge and drive to work to get there at 8:02 AM.  I have to give myself a pat on the back for how efficient and fast I am.  The trick is to have your clothes already laid out and to shower the night before.

I am borderline OCD about how I think out my meals but it’s really the easiest way to stick to healthy and FODMAP safe meals.   This baked oatmeal recipe is the perfect answer to a grab and go breakfast.  I will make this on a Sunday and have it for the entire week.  It’s a great way to know you’re feeding yourself and others something nutritious and filling.  I pre-slice the oatmeal into bars and bring them into work for the week.  It’s a one-stop shop where all I have to do is heat it up in the morning (sometimes I eat it cold because it’s just that good!).

I used to eat oatmeal every morning for breakfast but I found I got bored with the plainness of it.  I use oats in SO many ways other than for a bowl of oatmeal.  Not only is it a super affordable grain but it is also so versatile.  Ground oats I have found to be a great gluten-free flour substitute.

Favorite health benefits of oats:

Great source of carbs & fiber 

Rich in antioxidants

Reduce cholesterol and blood sugar levels

Help with weight control

Looking for other oat recipe ideas?  Check out oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, gluten-free waffles, and banana bread muffins.

Oatmeal ingredients being mixed together.

Oatmeal ingredients being mixed together.

Oatmeal ready to be baked.

Oatmeal ready to be baked.

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Baked Blueberry Oatmeal

Blueberry Baked Oatmeal

  • Author: Fitfabfodmap
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 45 minutes
  • Total Time: 50 minutes
  • Yield: 8 servings 1x


A healthy and filling breakfast recipe to make for the entire week!  This lasts covered in the refrigerator for up to a week.




  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. In a large bowl combine oats, walnuts, chia seeds, coconut flakes, baking powder, cinnamon, and salt.
  3. In another large bowl whisk egg, milk, maple syrup and coconut oil well.
  4. Blend the dry ingredients with the wet ingredients until combined. Add the blueberries and gently combine.
  5. Pour oat mixture into greased 8×8 baking dish and top with sprinkles of coconut flakes.
  6. Bake for 40-45 minutes or until golden brown.


Inspired by Love and Lemons

Keywords: breakfast recipe, FODMAP breakfast, fodmap oats

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  • Robyn
    July 22, 2018 at 4:27 pm

    I’ve been looking for easier breakfast recipes – this looks great!

      July 23, 2018 at 4:24 pm

      Yes, I love how you can make these and eat them all week.

  • Shannon S.
    December 5, 2018 at 8:09 pm

    I just read your book – thank you very much! One clarification – in the “What to Lose” list, Oatmeal is listed – however, there are alot of Oat recipes (like this one). What is the difference between the Oatmeal in the Lose-List and the oats you are using in the recipe? Is it gluten-free oats, or is there something else I should be looking for?

    Thank you!!


  • Fit Fab FODMAP
    December 6, 2018 at 1:05 am

    Shannon, thank you for your support and question! Great question as oatmeal can be tricky. Oatmeal – the instant packaged kind can have hidden FODMAP sugars and ingredients that are not FODMAP safe. Simple oats are a great way to make your own oatmeal and bake with! I prefer Trader Joes gluten-free oats as the price is super reasonable but the oats don’t have to be gluten-free (unless you are celiac). I hope that helps!

  • Caitlin
    March 26, 2019 at 3:38 pm

    Made this last night and really enjoyed it at breakfast today! I used less syrup and added a few more spices and it’s delicious!

    • Fit Fab FODMAP
      March 26, 2019 at 9:07 pm

      I am SO glad to hear that! I absolutely love this oatmeal recipe. It’s great to keep in the freezer too. 🙂