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How To Make Viral Baked Berry Oatmeal From TikTok

How To Make Viral Baked Berry Oatmeal From TikTok

Baked berry oatmeal is trending on TikTok and the hot and fruity breakfast dish is perfect for weekly meal prep. (Photo: Rosalynn Daniels)

There’s a new trending breakfast on TikTok and it looks like a delicious way to start your day.

Baked Berry Oatmeal, a mix of mashed bananas, almond milk, rolled oats and fresh berries is taking the social media platform by storm. TikToker Jazmine Tyler shared it for the first time own interpretation of the colorful breakfast dish in the summer of 2020. Since then, her video of how she prepares the dish has received nearly 100,000 views.

“If you haven’t made baked oatmeal yet, you’re missing out,” she said on TikTok. “This baked oatmeal has the best moist texture and it’s super healthy.”

To make Baked Berry Oatmeal, Tyler combined rolled oats, ripe banana, cinnamon, almond milk, eggs, vanilla, and mixed berries into a rectangular casserole, then baked the dish at 350 F for 45 minutes.

Tyler says she decided to try the recipe after seeing it go viral on TikTok, where she often searches for easy healthy meals posted by other users. “The recipe was so much chewier than regular oatmeal,” Tyler told Yahoo Life, “and it feels like eating cake for breakfast, which is definitely a great way to make meals more pleasant dailies.”

The dish is also versatile, with multiple variations popping up on social media.

Nikki DeLuca is a fitness instructor and personal trainer who says she was drawn to the recipe because of its ability to boost protein content by drizzling with nut butter and mixing in a scoop of protein powder. In college, DeLuca says she remembers ordering baked oatmeal with berries on top at a local cafe. It quickly became one of her favorite breakfasts, although she remembers it being “bland”. During the COVID-19 pandemic, when she saw posts about Baked Berry Oatmeal on TikTok, she decided to create your own version.

“The honey drizzle and cinnamon shake give it even more flavor,” says DeLuca. “Now I make my Berry Baked Oatmeal almost every week for breakfast or even as a snack during the week: it’s the perfect amount of sweetness and it’s a healthy, comforting meal. I can eat at any time of the day or before or after a workout and feel satisfied.”

But how healthy East baked berry oatmeal ? Johane Filemon is a nutritionist and dietitian who says one-pot meals, like this one, can be a great way to add several different nutrients to a meal. “This baked oatmeal recipe is super colorful and packed with nutrients like soluble fiber and vitamin C, which will support good gut health,” Filemon says. “It’s also ideal for those looking to start their day off right and don’t have a lot of time: it allows you to cook it and go to get ready for the day and when you’re done, your breakfast is ready for you.”

Daniels says the next time she tries the recipe, she plans to replace the apples and nuts with berries.  (Photo: Rosalynn Daniels)

Daniels says the next time she tries the recipe, she plans to replace the apples and nuts with berries. (Photo: Rosalynn Daniels)

Rosalyn Daniels is a food blogger who recently tested the trending recipe in her own kitchen, adding chia seeds to make the dish a little heartier. According to Daniels, the viral breakfast treat only required about two minutes of prep time, followed by 25 minutes in the oven.

“If you need something quick in the morning, this recipe is easy and you can make it the night before and take it out the next day when you drop the kids off at school,” says Daniels, adding that his kids also enjoyed it. the dish.

Proving Baked Berry Oatmeal has remained relevant since the early days of the pandemic when Cubilla shared her version, a ICT Tac shared recently by Daniels, in which she explains how to prepare the dish, garnered over 120,000 views in one day.

“It tastes like firm oats because of the chia seed,” she adds. “Due to the firmness of oatmeal and the fact that it was extremely easy to prepare, I think the dish would serve well for preparing a weekly breakfast.”

Daniels says that while she thought the berries worked well in the recipe, she can’t wait to mix things up. She plans to try apples and nuts the next time she prepares the dish.

“I’m not going to lie, it smelled really good at home,” Daniels said in his TikTok. “I could totally see myself eating it on a regular basis.”

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