This delectable recipe for our oatmeal raisin Rice Krispie Treats is a spin on the classic sweet treat. With the added raisins and oats, you can justify all the marshmallows! These gooey bars won’t last long.
You could always do what I did and make a second batch using dried cranberries instead of raisins. The trick is to hide the second batch for yourself. You deserve it!
This recipe doesn’t contain any chocolate. You read that correctly. This fudge ball recipe doesn’t even have fudge! Old me would’ve laughed at the thought of a gluten free, dairy free, vegan fudge ball. To my surprise, these little snack bombs were good! Perfectly sweetened by the bananas, you almost forget you’re eating healthy. I say almost because nothing beats homemade fudge! I think you’ll be pleasantly stunned by their deliciousness.
Baked oatmeal is one of my favorite ways to eat oatmeal. Whether you’re running out the door and need something portable or sitting down to enjoy it with your coffee, this raspberry apple baked oatmeal recipe fits both scenarios. It’s similar to a granola bar, just a little softer. Try it with different types of fruit!
Sugar Free Gluten Free Oatmeal Carrot Muffins with Garam Masala
This recipe for oatmeal carrot muffins took some time to wrap my brain around. It’s gluten free, dairy free, and sugar free. It’s actually just air! I’m kidding of course. These muffins are considerably more savory than they are sweet and they are super tasty. They pair well with my morning coffee.
Much like the previous baked oatmeal recipe, this is perfect for those on the go. The pecans give a nice crunch, while the maple syrup and vanilla extract add the perfect amount of sweetness. The best part is it comes together in practically no time and utilizes your toaster oven which I think makes it slightly firmer than using your standard oven.
This chocolate chip banana oatmeal muffin recipe speaks my language - chocolate! These muffins are still quite healthful thanks to the bananas replacing some of sugar and other fats. These are a favorite in our family.
Generally speaking, I try to avoid sweet treats that contain vegetables. Vegetables are for dinner. Sweets are for the anxiety. However, I was fooled by these tasty bites. What I thought was going to taste like tree bark, ended up being little explosions of flavor! I admit it, I was wrong. You'll love this spiced zucchini oatmeal bites recipe.
Cookie dough. Do I need to say more?! This protein oatmeal recipe will quickly become a breakfast staple. And it’s ready in 10 minutes. It’s hot and gooey and sweet and addicting! I want this for every cold wintery morning. (This, for the record, is nothing like the oatmeal of my youth.)
Who doesn’t love a good no-bake recipe?! That’s my kind of recipe. These oatmeal raisin granola bars come together in practically no time. The hardest part is letting them cool before you slice them up and go to town! That said, they make a perfect make ahead breakfast on the go, which is always a win in our family.
This recipe has it all; peanut butter, chocolate, vanilla, and coconut. What more can you ask for? And they’re protein heavy with a low amount of sugar, making them a healthy snack for any time of the day. These oatmeal breakfast bars are definitely one of my favorite ways to eat oatmeal for breakfast.
I'll be honest and admit - I love overnight oats. This chocolate coconut overnight oats recipe is the ultimate no-fail recipe. Mix, cover, refrigerate (overnight, of course), consume. That’s it. You did it and never even broke a sweat. Make a bunch up for the week and you’re set!