Today's Baked Oatmeal Cups Recipe is sponsored by Isopure Protein. I've been using their protein for over 10 years now, and I truly believe their "Unflavored Whey Protein" is the best I've ever used for baking AND shakes!
Anyways, lets talk Oatmeal Cups!
The whole family is bound to love these Baked Oatmeal Cups. That's because this is an easy breakfast recipe that's great for those mornings you're on the go! Basically, if you're house is anything like mine, that's just about every morning, am I right?!
It’s a healthier muffin-ish recipe that has fewer calories than a typical muffins. That's because this recipe has no flour, oil, or butter. However, even without those ingredients these oatmeal cups still have a rich, decadent chocolate flavor to them.
Watch How To Make Baked Oatmeal Cups
I love oatmeal. Like, I have an unusual love of oatmeal. I love baked oatmeal, cooked oatmeal, and yes, even uncooked oatmeal too. Also, I sometimes eat oatmeal straight out of the jar.
Does anybody else do that last one, or is it just me?!
How These Oatmeal Cups Stack Up To My Other Ones
Anyways, I've done a couple of Baked Oatmeal recipes already - like chocolate chip, and peanut butter banana - but these chocolate banana ones might be my favorite. Honestly, that might be because I've kind of been obsessed with chocolate lately, and these are definitely not short on that.
Meal Prepping These Oatmeal Cups
These baked oatmeal cups are also an easy on the go snack idea! I can grab one for some pre/post workout carbs, and Alyssa can take them to work as part of her lunch. Plus, they freeze well, so you can easily save them for meal prep throughout the week too.
Healthier Than A Muffin
Like I mentioned before, these baked oatmeal cups have no flour, no butter, and no oil in them. These oatmeal cups use a perfect combination of peanut butter, bananas, old-fashioned oats, and protein powder to hold them together. Those main ingredients also give these muffins a great balance of fast and slow digesting carbohydrates, protein, and fats to give you sustained energy throughout the day.
Anyways, if you're looking a for a healthy on the go breakfast idea, give these oatmeal cups a shot.
Chocolate Baked Oatmeal Cups Recipe
Healthy and easy Baked Oatmeal Cups! These chocolate oatmeal cups make the perfect on the go breakfast idea, and snack idea too. They're made with simple ingredients like banana, peanut butter, and cocoa powder. You can even give these oatmeal cups a boost of protein by adding some protein powder too.
- Prep Time: 15 mins
- Cook Time: 25 mins
- Total Time: 40 mins
- Yield: 12 Muffins 1x
- Category: Breakfast
- Cuisine: American
- 3 ½ Cups (280g) Old Fashioned Oats
- 2 Tbsps (10g) Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
- ¾ Cups (112g) Lily's Low Carb Chocolate Chips
- 1 tsp Baking Powder
- 1 ½ Scoops (45g) Isopure Low Carb Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Powder (or chocolate protein powder)
- ¼ Cup (50g) Stevia Sugar Blend (like Truvia) Heaping
- 2 Medium (200g) Mashed Bananas
- 2 Cups Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk
- ½ Cup (132g) Peanut Butter
- Pre-heat oven to 375 Degrees.
- Add all ingredients to a large bowl.
- Mix until well combined, and a thick batter forms.
- Once combined, line a 12 slotted muffin tray with paper muffin cups, and add the batter evenly be-tween the trays (fill all the way to the top).
- Bake for around 25 minutes.
- Once the muffins are done baking let them cool down completely in the muffin tray itself.
- Once cooled, store in an air-tight container for several days. This recipe makes 12 servings.
*NOTE: If you DO NOT want to use protein powder add the ingredients below:
4 Tbsps Peanut Powder/Flour (24g)
1 tablespoon Stevia + Sugar blend "Truvia" (10g)
1 tablespoon Cocoa Powder (5g)
- Serving Size: 1 Muffin
- Calories: 260
- Fat: 6
- Carbohydrates: 46
- Fiber: 8
- Protein: 12