What’s For Breakfast?

I know we all ask this question every morning…looking for a different answer…although I usually settle on the same few things.  One of them is oatmeal.  When I found this recipe for an oatmeal bake, combining two of my favorites banana and peanut butter, I had to try it.  Plus, making many servings at once is always a bonus.  I won’t have to ask ‘What’s for Breakfast?’ all week!  The original recipe makes 9 servings, so I cut it in half today.

I combined 2 cups of oats with 2 tablespoons of Sucanat along with the other dry ingredients.

Then I beat the rest of the ingredients, except for the banana, until smooth.  I used fresh honey roast peanut butter from WF’s because that’s what I had in the pantry.

Add the mashed banana and stir in the oat mixture.  In the future, I would suggest adding nuts or dried fruit as well.

I poured my mixture into an 8×8 inch greased pan.

I didn’t have peanuts and in general, they are not my favorite nut.  Instead, I sprinkled the top with cinnamon.  Although as I mentioned above, I think walnuts, chocolate chips, or dried fruit would all taste wonderful!  The half recipe baked for ~25 minutes.

My entire house smelled FABULOUS!  Even though it wasn’t breakfast, I had to try some tonight.  The baked oatmeal is GREAT! I love the flavor and will definitely make this again.  It’s almost like a banana bread (which can be eaten any time of the day) and will be easy to make for a brunch.  I will keep it in mind the next time I have weekend house guests!

See the full recipe for Peanut Butter and Banana Baked Oatmeal HERE!

What is your ‘go-to’ breakfast?

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