Start your day with this warm and delicious healthy cookie baked oatmeal. A fun and filling alternative to plain oatmeal. This simple DIY breakfast can be prepared in under 30 minutes.
These show stopping 2 point oatmeal cookie cups are the perfect dessert recipe. The center is warm and chewy, while the top has a slight sweet and salty crispness making it the ultimate cookie baked oatmeal.
If you have been searching for a tasty dairy free dessert these oatmeal cookie cups are the answer!
If you love simple healthy treats make sure you check out my most popular recipes - Low Calorie Wendy's Frosty, 3 Ingredient Cinnamon Muffins , Mini DASH Chaffles, Air Fryer Beignets and The WW Zero Point Apple Crisp Chips.
Why make this recipe?
You don't want to miss out on this low calorie chocolate chip cookie baked oats recipe!
Weight Watcher Friendly - A simple and delicious 2 point breakfast dessert, what more can you ask for! Add a tablespoon of unsweetened Trader Joe's Cocoa Powder which is zero points and turn these into brownie baked oats for chocolate lovers.
Since the new Weight Watchers plan is personalized you will have to input the ingredients used into your WW app to get your exact points.
Easy to Make - These banana and chocolate chip oatmeal cups require only a handful of ingredients and less than 30 minutes to prepare.
Kid Friendly - Swap the chocolate chips for some crumbled Oreo's and let the kids create an Oreo baked oats recipe. You can let them add in animal crackers or grammy bears..make it fun for the family.
Budget Friendly - Costs less than $20.00 to make these chocolate chip cookie baked oats.
Ingredients for Cookie Baked Oatmeal
Rolled Oats - For this recipe I used Gluten Free Whole Grain Old Fashioned Rolled Oats. You can also use steel cut oats or even the instant oats for this cookie baked oatmeal recipe.
Vanilla Almond Milk - Califia Farms makes one of the healthiest almond milk's with no chemicals or preservatives. I recommend using the free Yuka app to scan your products in order to get clear information on the health impacts of the products you consume.
Coconut Sugar - I like to use coconut sugar as it contains less sucrose than table sugar. Table sugar is pure sucrose and coconut sugar contains about 75 percent sucrose. The other 25 percent is composed of nutrients, fiber, and other good stuff. Perfect for healthy desserts.
Chocolate Chips - If you want to keep the sugar down use the Lily's Stevia sweetened chocolate chips. They do contain erythritol which does not sit well with some people..just a little fun fact. Feel free to use Nestle's Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips as you only need about 10 chips for this recipe so it will not increase the sugar and calories that much.
How to make Oatmeal Cookie Cups
1: Preheat your oven to 350 Degrees F. Add your mashed banana, rolled oats, egg, almond milk, coconut sugar and baking soda into your blender. I used the Ninja Foodi Smoothie Maker to blend for about 1 minute.
2: Pour your batter into two 6 ounce ramekins.
3: Top with chocolate chips and sea salt.
4: Place your ramekins on a baking sheet and place in the oven for 20 minutes.
5: Remove from oven and serve warm...so yummy!!!
Watch the Video on How to Make Cookie Baked Oats
Baked oats are definitely a healthy option to enjoy for a quick easy breakfast or even a dessert . Rolled oats are especially healthy as they contain a type of soluble fiber, called beta gluten, which lowers blood glucose and cholesterol levels which can help reduce the risk of heart disease and diabetes.
Oats are a filling food due to their high fiber content and can increase that feeling of fullness with meals. This can help to control hunger levels and reduce overeating.
Oats are super rich in fiber content, which helps you remain full and prevents overeating and binge-eating. Proteins keep blood sugar levels stable and prevent insulin spikes that may lead to fat storage. Oats are super low in calories, making them great for aiding in weight loss.
- Try adding a teaspoon of PB2 Powdered Peanut Butter to your batter to make Peanut Butter oatmeal cookie cups.
- For extra protein you can add a scoop of Orgain Chocolate Fudge protein powder.
- Swap your chocolate chips for some fruit like blueberries or sliced bananas or use both chips and fruit to create a banana and chocolate chip oatmeal cup. The ideas are endless!
Are you a Weight Watcher?
If you follow my Blog you probably already know I am a lifetime member of Weight Watchers and I like to point all of my Recipes with the WW Points System.
This low calorie baked chocolate chip oatmeal recipe is only 2 Points on my app for one single serve baked oatmeal. Weight Watchers has a new individualized program right now to make it easier to enjoy the foods you love and still lose weight.
Just plug the ingredients into your WW app to confirm the points for your individual program.
Make sure you check out my Newbie WW Tips and Tricks Guide if you are just getting started.
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