Looking for a fun, healthy and delicious way to start your day? These Baked Oatmeal Donuts for Breakfast are easy to make and packed LOTS with nutritious ingredients. Who says donuts aren’t healthy? Baked donuts are the perfect solution.
This homemade donut recipe might just become your family’s favourite healthy breakfast recipe. Perfect for grab and go eating. Great for lunchboxes too since they are nut-free.
What is your favourite way to start the day? Cereal, toast, or muffin? Perhaps you are one of those people that skip breakfast altogether?
I guarantee if you try this chocolate strawberry oatmeal, breakfast just might turn into your favourite meal of the day.
I am guilty of this myself, however, I never start my day without coffee, and perhaps an apple oatmeal muffin.
How about a breakfast banana split? Dessert for breakfast sounds like a plan to me.
If you are a bacon and egg lover, these breakfast biscuits are calling your name. Easy to make with store-bought dough and a muffin in. Perfect for any meal of the day. Freezer friendly too.
Since I was a kid, breakfast just has not been my favourite meal of the day. Perhaps it’s the fact that I am not one of those people who jumps out of bed ready to take on a 10k run. I have to wake up a little more on the slow side (along with at least 2 cups of coffee).
Now, if you want to make me some Smashed Avocado on Toast, that would be awesome.
Cake for breakfast works too. This old-fashioned cinnamon coffee cake is the perfect breakfast cake.
Chocolate oatmeal will for sure grab my attention in the morning. Since this is ready and waiting, I have no excuse for skipping breakfast.
However, you can entice me with sweets for breakfast. Baking donuts is a much healthier alternative to the classic fried variety. If you can bake muffins, you can bake donuts. I don’t know anyone that would not want a breakfast donut.
They are like a cake donut (and we all like cake). Baked oatmeal donuts are super healthy, but I have a few others that are delicious too. In fact, my grandfather wanted donuts for her birthday!!
Perfect for fall, my Pumpkin Spice Donuts make a great snack. Always a welcome on the weekend brunch menu.
Mixed Berry Scones are perfect for breakfast, brunch and dessert. Made with frozen berries, perfect for fall baking.
If you are looking for a tasty gluten-free baked donut, try my Chocolate Chili Mocha Donuts. The perfect combination of chocolate, coffee and a little kick of heat.
Since school starts next week, busy mornings are back in business. I am all about making things easy. The less stress to deal with the better. Getting things started in the right direction with a focus on nutrition makes for a healthier day.
One thing I enjoy is oatmeal. When I was a kid mom always had that bag of Quaker Oatmeal in the cupboard. I recall it being the regular oats. Since then, I have graduated my taste buds to the more nutritious old fashioned oats. If I am really in the mood for a nice hot bowl of healthy oats, I will turn to steel cut oats. These seem to elevate oats to a whole new level.
Any way you choose, eating oatmeal is a great way to start your day. Healthy baked oatmeal is one of our favourite ways to enjoy it. Have you ever tried Oatmeal Breakfast Casserole?
Let’s not forget about healthy snacks. No-bake homemade granola bars are great for lunch boxes or eating on the run.
BAKED OATMEAL DONUT INGREDIENTS
This easy baked donut recipe is PACKED with so much nutrition. Your kids will LOVE them, and not even realize they are eating a healthy breakfast (or snack).
You will need:
- *old fashioned oats
- *hemp hearts
- *dried cranberries
- all-purpose flour
- baking powder
- *avocado oil
- vanilla greek yogurt
- brown sugar
Isn’t this an AMAZING list of healthy ingredients?
BAKING DONUTS IS SUPER EASY
This donut recipe is so easy.
Grab 2 bowls, one for dry ingredients and one for wet.
Combine the ingredients together, fill your donut pans and bake.
That’s it. Just like making muffins, but in a different shape. If you don’t already have some *donut pans, it’s always a great excuse to get more fun kitchen tools. Somehow I never seem to need an excuse, I usually put it down to necessity LOL!
This recipe freezes well (if you are lucky to have any leftover).
Make your weekday mornings easy, delicious and fun to eat with these Baked Oatmeal Donuts for Breakfast. Getting started with a nutritious breakfast is easier than you think.
Need a quick and easy make-ahead breakfast idea? Egg Muffin Baked Omelettes are protein-packed, and freezer friendly too. The classic Denver omelette ingredients are baked in a muffin tin. Reheat and eat. Perfect for eating on the run.
Looking for a great pancake recipe? These are the BEST oatmeal pancakes ever. Fluffy, protein-packed and wholesome too.
What is your favourite weekday breakfast?
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I just KNOW you are going to love baking donuts!! Here are a few other donut recipes to try:
Baked Oatmeal Donuts For Breakfast
- ¼ cup hemp hearts
- ¼ cup pumpkin seeds
- ½ cup dried cranberries
- 1 ¼ cups all-purpose flour
- 1 tablespoons baking powder
- ½ teaspoons salt
- ¾ cup old fashioned oats
- 3 tablespoons avocado oil
- 1 egg
- ¼ cup vanilla greek yogurt
- ½ cup water
- ¾ cup brown sugar
- Preheat oven to 350º F. Spray donut pans with cooking spray.
- Combine greek yogurt and water in a bowl, and set aside.
- Get a large bowl and combine ALL the DRY ingredients.
- Get a smaller bowl and combine ALL the WET ingredients.Add the yogurt/water mixture to this bowl.
- Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients, and stir to combine.
- Place your large decorating tip into the piping bag.Fill the piping bag with batter.Pipe into each donut cavity.***NOTE*** If you are not piping the batter, just use a spoon to fill the cavity.
- Bake for 12-15 minutes until done. You can check the doneness with a cake tester.
- Remove from oven, let cool slightly and remove donuts from pan onto cooling rack.