The Baked Oatmeal Recipe For Lifters

The Baked Oatmeal Recipe For Lifters


Make this fool-proof baked oatmeal recipe for lifters. Get twice the protein, fewer calories, and tons of flavor. Check it out!


It’s higher in protein than the conventional version and lower in carbs, fat, and calories. Plus, it’s easy to make. You only need a few ingredients, most of which are adjustable. So there’s almost no way to ruin this baked oatmeal recipe unless you burn it. (Don’t do that.)

It’s so easy that if you make this often enough, you can eyeball the ingredients without measuring. Check out the video for a few extra tips and tricks, or just get the directions and ingredients below.

The Ingredients


You’ll also need a 9×9 baking pan. And you’ll need to coat it in non-stick spray. Or watch the video above to see how I get the batter not to stick.


The Directions


  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit (about 177 degrees Celsius).
  2. Start by adding the oats and water to a mixing bowl. You want them to begin soaking it up.
  3. Add the other ingredients (except berries) and mix everything together. Then fold the berries in too.
  4. Spray a 9×9 cake pan with avocado oil. Then use a dusting of protein powder to coat the oil. This will keep the cake from sticking.
  5. Dump the batter into the pan and spread it out evenly.
  6. Put it in the oven and bake for 25-30 minutes or until done. You can tell it’s done when the top looks golden brown and the edges of the cake slightly pull away from the sides of the pan.

Note: Bake time will depend on your cake pan size, your oven, and your elevation. Also, some ovens are more powerful than others. If you usually bake your cakes and cookies at 325, then do so here too.

Once it comes out of the oven, let it cool, then slice it into nine somewhat equal pieces by cutting three lines horizontally and vertically.

The Options



Macros, Calories, and Comparisons


If you cut the recipe into nine squares, this is what you’d get from one square:

This is a big deal. Why? Because usually, baked oatmeal has just a blip of protein. And it often contains the same amount of carbs you’d get from a bowl of ice cream. And if your oatmeal has the nutritional profile of ice cream? Well, just go with the ice cream.

A conventional baked oatmeal recipe – found on a popular baking website that rhymes with haste of tome – lists the following as nutrition info for each serving of their baked oatmeal:

  • Calories: 483
  • Fat: 19 grams
  • Carbs: 78 grams
  • Protein: 6 grams

Hopefully it’s mind-blowing, but I doubt it has ours beat. And considering the carb coma you’ll be in afterward, you may not want theirs for breakfast.

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:white_check_mark: Pro Tip: You can eat this for dinner too. Really, no one can stop you.