Peanut butter baked oatmeal (low FODMAP)

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I am not done with sharing baked oatmeal recipes yet! Sometimes I don’t eat oatmeal for months and sometimes I am in a phase where I eat it all the time. This is such a phase. A baked oatmeal phase! After my blueberry baked oatmeal from last week and my older recipe for chocolate chip baked oatmeal, I now have a recipe with my all-time favourite ingredient: peanut butter baked oatmeal. Yass! It doesn’t get much better than this!


Warm liquid peanut butter in the middle of your baked oatmeal. What else do you want!

What do you need (for 1 person)

Without quark or other toppings, the peanut butter baked oatmeal contains 302 calories, 37 g carbs, 9 g of protein, 11 g fat and 6 g fibre.

  • 40 g oats
  • 60 ml unsweetened almond milk (or another milk of your choice)
  • ½ banana
  • 15 g peanut butter
  • A pinch of salt
  • Optional: lactose-free quark or yoghurt as a topping

Notes for Fodmappers

  • Ripe bananas are low FODMAP up to 1/3 banana per portion (33 g). 1 medium unripe banana is low FODMAP (100 g). Larger portions unripe banana (125 g or more) are high in fructans and therefore high in FODMAPs. Make sure you use an unripe banana in this recipe. It is important to test your own tolerance level for bananas. It is possible that you tolerate ripe banana’s and if that is the case you can keep using them.

How to prepare the peanut butter baked oatmeal

  1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius.
  2. Mash the banana with a fork and put this in a bowl. Add the oats, milk and salt and stir everything together.
  3. Put this into a small oven dish and spoon the peanut butter in the middle of the mixture. Make sure the peanut butter is covered by the rest of the batter.
  4. Put the oatmeal in the oven for 15 minutes.
  5. I ate my peanut butter baked oatmeal with some lactose-free quark on the side. The liquid peanut butter in the centre is sóó good!

Enjoy!

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Peanut butter baked oatmeal (low FODMAP)
 
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Delicious peanut butter baked oatmeal! Warm peanut butter in an oatmeal, so so so good! FODMAP, gluten-free and lactose-free.
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Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • 40 g oats
  • 60 ml unsweetened almond milk (or another milk of your choice)
  • ½ banana
  • 15 g peanut butter
  • A pinch of salt
  • Optional: lactose-free quark or yoghurt as a topping
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius.
  2. Mash the banana with a fork and put this in a bowl. Add the oats, milk and salt and stir everything together.
  3. Put this into a small oven dish and spoon the peanut butter in the middle of the mixture. Make sure the peanut butter is covered by the rest of the batter.
  4. Put the oatmeal in the oven for 15 minutes.
  5. I ate my peanut butter baked oatmeal with some lactose-free quark on the side. The liquid peanut butter in the centre is sóó good!
Notes
Oats are low FODMAP up to 23 g per portion. I tolerate a larger amount, therefore I use a bit more. If you do not tolerate this or if you are still in the elimination phase you can use gluten-free flour for the extra 17 g instead (so 23 g of oatmeal and 17 g gluten-free flour).
Nutrition Information
Calories: 302 Fat: 11 Carbs: 37 Fiber: 6 Protein: 9

2 thoughts on “Peanut butter baked oatmeal (low FODMAP)

  1. Looks good! I love baked oatmeal. The 23g limit just refers to quick oats, right? Monash app says up to 52g (or 1/2 cup) for rolled oats is okay.

    1. Yes you are right, I usually use quick oats, that is why I mentioned it. In the Netherlands, we just have one type of oats (and you can find rolled oats if you search well), so the English names confuse me a bit sometimes.

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