Just like the bread

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As far as I’m concerned, it’s officially Fall.

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And in the spirit of the season, pumpkin puree is back on the menu.  Remember this bread recipe?  Well, how about a FODMAPS friendly oat bake version?

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Pumpkin Banana Oat Bake (v, gf)

  • oats
  • water
  • cinnamon
  • coconut
  • chia seeds

I didn’t really measure the ingredients, just pulsed them in the magic bullet and gave the chia seeds some time to gel. 

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While the oat mix cooked in the microwave (I put it for 1.5 minutes because I was too lazy to wait for it to cook in the oven), I blended 1/2 a banana, a few scoops of pumpkin puree and a few drops of NuNaturals liquid stevia to add on top. 

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Baby food for grown ups.

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I poured the banana/pumpkin mix on top of the partially cooked oat bake and microwaved it for an additional 1.5 minutes.

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Pre-topping (above) and post-topping (below).

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Th-th-th-that’s all folks.

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It was kinda like a hearty cake with a sweet frosting on top…disguised as a healthy breakfast dish.  Fall in a bowl. 

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Comments (11)

  1. Lauren

    Yum-very creative and delicious looking! I can’t wait until my case of pumpkin arrives-there are already so many recipes I am dying to make and this is one of them!

  2. Pure2raw twins

    this looks amazing!! we do not always measure either, sometimes those are the best recipes

  3. jessy jones

    yum!!! i cant wait to start experimenting with pumpkin!

  4. Krissy

    I’m obsessed with pureed foods – at one point people were worried i was regressing back to babyhood hehe I have an open can of pumpkin the fridge just waiting to be used – looks like I know how I’ll be using it now :) xoxo

  5. michelle marie

    i’ve seen so many recipes for baked oatmeal on a lot of different blogs, but i’ve never felt the need to take the plunge and try it until now– smear anything with pumpkin, and it can’t be anything but delicious!

  6. Lenna

    Oh, this really looks like the perfect fall breakfast! I love everything about it – with only few ingredients you made a masterpiece! I need to try this ASAP :)

  7. Kaitlyn@TheTieDyeFiles

    Yum! I’ve been making baked oatmeal for breakfasts, this looks like a great topping.

  8. Katie | @wholelivingimprint.tumblr.com

    I love anything with pumpkin so I must try this! I think this would be a nice new addition to my breakfast, thanks!

  9. Katie

    I’m down with hearty cake-like food. Bookmarking this little diddy.

  10. Yolie @ Practising Wellness

    Dude, that looks so good! You are totally queen of things I would like to recreate and eat in my own kitchen – I’ve been hankering after one of your oat bakes foreverrr and now I have to add this to my must-make list! :-) xyx

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