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‘Apple Pie’ Oatmeal

For those days that you want to indulge but can’t afford to be bloated or in a sugar comma, my ‘Apple Pie’ Oatmeal is perfect.

It has all the elements of a classic apple pie but with none of the guilty ingredients.

So, enjoy this easy-to-make take on the traditional apple pie, but for breakfast.



apple pie oatmeal



This sweet and filling dish is a warm, ooey-gooey blessing for cold mornings and rainy days.



apple pie oatmeal cooked



When everything cooks together, before the oats are added, it resembles a deep and rich pie filling. You may think it is too condensed but it will be diluted once you add your oats and extra milk.



cooked apple pie oatmeal



Ignore my bad camera skills, but this is what your oats will begin to look like once they are almost/ done cooking (depending on preference).



1-2 Apples

1 tbsp of Cinnamon

1/2 tbsp of Nutmeg

3 Cups of Milk (I Used Almond Milk)

2 Cups of Oats (I used

Maple Syrup or Brown Sugar

A Handful of Raisins (Optional)

Toppings (Optional and Versatile)

Macadamia Nuts (or Any Nut)


Slices of Apple

Sprinkle of Cinnamon

Maple Syrup or Brown Sugar


* You can also put a mixture of brown sugar and oats on top of your oats and bake them in the oven at 350 until golden brown – makes for an apple crumble inspired breakfast!



  1. Dice or shred 1 full apple.
  2. In a cooking pot, add the full diced apple, as well as 1 cup of milk (the other 2 cups are for later), 1 tbsp of cinnamon, 1/2 tbsp of nutmeg, and a handful of raisins.
  3. Stir your ingredients over low/medium heat. Cook your ingredients until the apples are soft and the milk has gown down by half. By now, your mixture will begin to look carmalized with the spices (pictured above)
  4. Turn your heat down to low and add 2 cups of oats and 2 cups of milk to your pot.
  5. Stir together all of your ingredients and let the oats cook on until they are to your liking. (I like mine soft, but some like it al dente).
  6. Top your oatmeal with raisins, crushed macadamia nuts, thinly sliced apples, and a drizzle of maple syrup


Pour your cooked oatmeal into ramekin dishes and coat the top with a mixture of uncooked oats, and brown sugar/maple syrup. Cook them at 350 degrees until the top is golden brown and crunchy.


Comments on ‘Apple Pie’ Oatmeal

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    • chloe langlois

      Thank you!