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Baked blueberry oats


A nice way to use your HEB oats for a warm, satisfying and filling breakfast

5 mins

20 mins

315 kcals

serves 1


I’ve never been a big fan of breakfast, and although most mornings a bowl of shreddies and a piece of fruit have to do for speed, sometimes I just want something different! I really enjoyed these baked oats, this recipe is not very sweet, and you could add more sweetener or perhaps add some synned golden syrup to sweeten them up a bit, but I found that they were perfect with some fat free strawberry yoghurt (I had Onken which is 5.5 syns for a huge pot) and some fresh berries. A nice cakey texture, satisfying warmth- for me it beats porridge which I always find a bit of a job to eat up!

Baked blueberry oats

Servings: 1
A warm, satisfying and filling breakfast
Syns: 1.5
Healthy extra: B
Print Recipe
5 mins
20 mins


  • 40 g rolled oats
  • 2 tbsp fat free natural yoghurt
  • 2 tsp sweetener
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 50 g blueberries
  • 1 tsp baking powder


  • Mix together all of the ingredients, and leave for a couple of minutes to let the baking powder start working
  • Pop into a small oven-proof dish sprayed with Frylight (or into cake or muffin cases)
  • Bake at 180c for 20 minutes until golden brown
  • Serve warm with fat free yoghurt and fruit


There are loads of possibilities with these- add a little cinammon, or for a couple of extra syns some choc shot mixed in, or maybe even a bit of Nutella snuck into the middle as a nice little surprise.
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4 months ago

Could these be batch baked and reheated?

Leanne Dixon
4 months ago

Can these be cooked in bulk and reheated?

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