Pumpkin Pie Baked Oatmeal

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I love oats for breakfast.  They fill me up and give me lots of energy.  I often make my overnight oats in a jar.  This baked oatmeal is another way to eat your oats on the go.  If you like my pumpkin pie overnight oats, you will love this recipe!

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This pumpkin pie baked oatmeal recipe can be made in just about 30 minutes.  Very easy and you may already have most of the ingredients!  It’s like a bowl of oats in muffin form.  Great for on the go.  You can make a big batch and freeze some for easy breakfast options on those busy days.

Pumpkin Pie Baked Oatmeal

Pumpkin Pie Baked Oatmeal

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: 30 minutes

5 servings

Pumpkin Pie Baked Oatmeal



  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • Mix all the dry ingredients in one bowl. Mix wet into another. Add wet to dry and mix until combined. 
  • Spoon batter into lined muffin pans. 
  • Bake in the oven for about 15-20 minutes.

I used a jumbo muffin pan and got five out of my batch. You could probably get 12 with standard muffin pan. These freeze well too. Enjoy!




65 thoughts on “Pumpkin Pie Baked Oatmeal

    1. Try using sunflower seeds or chopped nuts or peanuts or hemp seeds …. also add some chia seeds or sesame seeds….. it’s all good!

  1. These taste great. The only thing is I assumed the bake time should be shorter than above because I’m making the standard muffin size. Well at 10-12 minutes it wasn’t done so I fired up the oven again and am trying….not sure how long they will ultimlately take or what to look for short of taking a bite!

  2. These look delicious, I’m excited to try out the recipe with the kids and it’s gluten free which is a bonus! I only just came across your blog and I’m loving it! Thanks for sharing.

  3. I’m out of maple syrup/honey. Can I use some coconut sugar? Would I need to add any additional liquid if I omit the syrup/honey?

  4. Made these last night for breakfast today. I got 10 standard size muffins out of the recipe. They tasted great but they are very crumbly when you eat them. Have you ever tried using a flax egg to get them to hold together better?

    1. I didn’t have a problem with them being crumbly. I’m sorry you did. :( I have used a flax egg in many recipes, but not this particular one. I will try that next time I make these. Glad they tasted good at least! :)

      1. Mine very crumbly too. Flavor was fabulous. Going back to look at recipe to see what I did wrong. But would make a great granola!

        1. I’m sorry that yours came out that way. :( When I put the mixture into the muffin cups, I pack it down hard. Maybe that helps?

  5. Great idea and I can’t wait to try them. Quick question… Has anyone made them with steel cut oats. Wondering how I would prepare them differently.

  6. Thank you! These are amazing! Loved the fridge oatmeal and decided to try these. I should have gotten more pumpkins at the farmers market!

  7. I thought these were just fantastic. I added chia seeds, ground flax seed, and a handful of mini chocolate chips. I put them in a mini muffin tin and baked for 15 min. My 3 kids loved these!

  8. I made the Gingerbread baked oatmeal the other day, which was a huge hit with my two year old – she loves oatmeal. Today we made these ones, they’re delicious, and baked oatmeal will definitely be a regular thing around here now. Thanks for the recipes!

      1. We just made these for a second time. I used maple syrup this time, I preferred it over using honey. They’re so tasty. I had to cut my daughter off after three, my bad she grabbed the third when I wasn’t looking. She seriously seeks them out whenever I open the fridge!

  9. I just made these this morning, added a handful of mini chocolate chips, and they came out great! They were so flavorful! From reading the previous comments, I mixed these thoroughly with my hands and packed them into the muffin cups, and there was no crumbling at all in the finished product. I can’t wait for the kids to get home from school to try them!

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