Blueberry Baked Oatmeal (Vegan and Gluten Free)

Blueberry Baked Oatmeal.  Have you tried baked oatmeal yet?  If you love oats like I do, you have got to try this blueberry baked oatmeal.

One of my most popular recipes on the blog is my Strawberry Banana Baked Oatmeal.  They are just so easy and a great way to eat oats on the go.  This Blueberry Baked Oatmeal is also gluten free.


blueberry baked oatmeal


We have held out on buying blueberries lately.  They are one of the top foods on the dirty list, so I try to buy mine organic.

Now that we are coming into berry season, the prices have come down quite a bit.  So I stocked up.  These baked oatmeal recipes also freeze well and taste great at room temp or even cold.

My husband told me that this was his fave recipe so far.  Needless to say, our batch is already completely gone!  Guess I need to make another soon.

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Blueberry Baked Oatmeal

Blueberry Baked Oatmeal

Prep Time 5 min Cook Time 25 min



  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Mix all the dry ingredients in one bowl.  Mix wet in another. Add wet to dry. 
  3. Bake in the oven for about 20-25 minutes.


Recipe Notes

I used jumbo muffin cups and I got 5 out of my batch. That’s it. Enjoy!

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70 thoughts to “Blueberry Baked Oatmeal (Vegan and Gluten Free)”

  1. How long do they bake for exactly? And, do you make them the morning they are eaten, or before and freeze/store? I have 2 kids this year (3 next) who are out the door for school by 6:45 am which means eating takes place at 6:15. They'd like these. (I buy wild Maine blueberries--extra antioxidants, and I like the small size for baking especially). Thanks! :-)
    1. They bake for about 20-25 minutes. I have edited the post to state that. You can make them the night before and keep them in the fridge for a quick grab in the morning.
        1. How much yogurt would you use to substitute 2 bananas? About a cup? I would love to try these recipes but my boyfriend doesn't like anything with bananas in it...
          1. Yes 1/2 cup and I learned this from one of Melissa's other recipes. I use greek yogurt alot for the added protein. Gives it a good flavor too.
  2. Sorry! I see the timing now! (Must have missed it in my morning grogginess...) And I read in another one of the recipes that they freeze. THAT will work! Thank you!
  3. These look wonderful! I am for sure going to try making these when I get my hands on some nice berries. Do you think they will hold well for traveling? We are doing a family road trip soon and I'm making a list of healthy foods to take with us. Restaurant food is not too good for our family.
    1. Yes, they should! I would keep them in a cooler or an insulated lunch bag though. My husband was eating them cold right out of the fridge. :)
  4. Have you tried making this with dried blueberries? I made the strawberry banana baked oatmeal today with the dried strawberries and it was a huge hit! Thanks!
  5. Have these in the oven right now. Packing to go on vacation to the beach with hubby and kiddos, and thought this would be a great quick breakfast or snack grab & go! I only had on had a 3 berry mix (raspberries, blue and black-berries) Think they will come out great still! Thanks for all your hard work, dedication, experimenting and sharing! Dont have one complaint yet!!!
  6. I made these today and they are lovely even though I forgot to add the milk! Doh! I think I'll have to try again tomorrow with a new batch of the strawberry version. My freezer will be fully stocked thanks to your fabulous recipes x
  7. These sound yummy... Not a huge fan of coconut... Could I leave that out or what could I use to replace it?
    1. I didn't get to fix these until today. I feel like they were missing something. Do they need an egg or baking soda to raise. They were not as moist as I thoght they be. I used maragine insted of cocnut oil. Myabe that is why. Thanks.
      1. I am sorry that it didn't work out for you. Maybe it was the margarine. Coconut oil does make things more moist. If you were to make them again, maybe use a bit more milk?
  8. when using muffin cups, just to clarify, does that mean muffin tin with paper muffin cups or just to use the muffin tin alone? cant wait!
    1. I used silicone muffin cups and put them inside the muffin pans so they are easy to remove. Paper liners would work well too. If you have neither, just grease the muffin pan before putting the batter in.

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