Crumbly Cranberry Baked Oatmeal
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Crumbly Cranberry Baked Oatmeal

Crumbly Cranberry Baked Oatmeal
Crumbly Cranberry Baked Oatmeal
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"You only need about 10 minutes of prep time to pull together a delicious breakfast casserole! This Crumbly Cranberry Baked Oatmeal is full of seasonal ingredients and warm spices for an easy make-ahead breakfast or a special holiday brunch. Tart cranberries, creamy yogurt, and crumbly cinnamon topping create the perfect combination of fall flavors and textures! This recipe can easily be doubled and baked in a 9x13-inch dish to serve a crowd!"

Serves5 people

Preparation Time10 min

Cooking Time20 min

Cooking Vessel Size8-inch square baking dish

Difficulty Level

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For a very busy and popular personality like the late Grace Kelly, being the mother of 3 and the former First Lady of Monaco keep her on her toes all the time. This Crumbly Cranberry Baked Oatmeal is perfect for her first meal of the day as it is healthy, yet filling and packed with vitamins and minerals to last her until her next meal.

This looks so delectable. I love the way that it is served warm. I'm looking forward to trying it. It's healthy too which I am always looking for. I adore cranberries and try to put them into everything I eat so kudos for the cranberries which is what brought me to the recipe in the first place.

This recipe looks so delicious! I love breakfast casseroles and this one is nice in that it isn't the typical egg and cheese kind. What a great healthy breakfast to make for a crowd, during the holidays or even for a brunch or potluck! I would probably use homemade granola to sprinkle on top instead of boxed cereal. I bet this could be prepared ahead of time or even made in individual ramekins for a fancy yet healthy breakfast! Yumy!

I like cranberries in things. I don't like cranberry sauce. but in bars I do. I am not a fan of yogurt so no. Also, I am not going to go through the trouble of making a wholesome oatmeal dish and putting processed cereal over the top. I love that the sweetener is maple syrup instead of sugar. I like to lower my refined sugar intake when I can.

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