Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Baked Oatmeal

Perfect for the autumn season (or any day really!), this Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Baked Oatmeal is for anyone with a serious morning sweet tooth. The texture is that of a thick and creamy oatmeal, all overflowing with melty chocolate chips in a base of pumpkin and cinnamon fall flavor!

Due to the heavy chocolate presence, you only need the lightest drizzle of maple syrup and pinch of sea salt on top of your serving. It’s already quite sweet, but the flavors really pop with these light toppings!

The best part – All of the ingredients are mixed right in the pan!

Servings: About 5



Preheat the oven to 350°

Lightly grease a 9×13 pan with the oil

Pour the pumpkin puree directly into the pan

Add the honey and evenly combine the two

Pour in the oats, oat milk, and greek yogurt, and stir everything until evenly combined

Add in the cinnamon and combine again

Add the chocolate chips and gently mix in

Bake for about 20 minutes, or until the liquid has absorbed and the top and edges look a bit more solid

Let cool to a safe temperature, and top each serving with maple syrup and a pinch of sea salt to taste


[Leftovers can be stored in the refrigerator in a sealed container, or in the cooking dish itself if well-covered. To freeze, cut into pre-portioned amounts, store in a sealed freezer-safe container, then simply reheat in the microwave once ready to eat.]

Ingredient recommendations linked!

Want more pumpkin and chocolate?  You have to try my Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Cookie Cake!

Strawberry Banana Baked Oats

One Pan Oatmeal is going viral!  Here’s my take on them.  The best part about this breakfast is that you simply mix everything up in one pan which means there’s virtually no clean up and the leftovers can be easily stored in the refrigerator and reheated. They’re also completely customizable! You can use whatever type of milk you like, and you can add in or substitute your favorite ingredients.  If you want to go a different flavor route (coconut/chocolate/peanut butter), or want different fruits on top, you can make them however you like!  I’ve seen so many amazing creators share their versions of these oats, including Feel Good Foodie, Smart Gusto, and Corinne Meyer!


2 Ripe Bananas

2 Cups Rolled Oats

2 Tablespoons Chia Powder (I used Navitas Organics)

2 Cups Oat Milk

2 Cups Frozen Strawberries

Maple Syrup Or Greek Yogurt For Serving

Tsp Of Oil To Grease The Pan (I used Avocado Oil)


Preheat the oven to 350°

Lightly grease a 9×13 pan

Mash the bananas in the pan

Pour in your oats, chia powder, and milk

Mix evenly

Distribute your frozen strawberries on top

Bake for around 27 minutes or until the liquid is absorbed

Top your portion with either maple syrup or a dollop of greek yogurt depending on your flavor preference