Triple Berry Baked Oats Meal Prep

5 from 5 votes

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If you need a new breakfast meal prep idea you’ll love these triple berry baked oats. These are simple to throw together for the week and pop in the microwave each morning. These are perfect for those who work 9-5 and need something to grab and go, or those who are home but so busy there is never time to make a full breakfast. Getting a quality breakfast in each day, with some extra protein, will help insure you stay energized and of good mindset your whole day.

baked oatmeal in glass bowls on a cooking sheet with extra fruit and nut butter drizzled on top.


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  • Bananas -I like overly ripe bananas for a sweeter taste, but just ripe enough bananas will do.
  • Old Fashion Oats
  • Clean Simple Eats Protein Powder Powder in Cinnamon Roll, Vanilla or Snickerdoodle flavor -This is our favorite protein and can be ordered online with discount code STAYFITMOM.
  • Baking Powder
  • Salt
  • Fat Free Fairlife Milk -Or any fat free milk. I like Fairlife because it has a few grams more protein than most and is super creamy.
  • Plain Non Fat Greek Yogurt
  • Frozen Berries -Or fresh will work fine too!

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  1. Use ripe bananas– The more ripe the better for a nice sweet bowl of oats.
  2. Use 2 cup bowls -I use 4 cup glass bowls in most my meal prep videos and recipes, except when making breakfast like this. I find these 2 cup, oven safe bowls in store or online HERE just like the others.
  3. Don’t over cook! -Don’t cook longer than 15-20 minutes or your oats will be dry. They may appear to be undercooked, just keep in mind you’ll be reheating them in the microwave each morning anyway.
  4. Make as many servings as YOU want! -You don’t have to make 5 of these. Skip down the the instructions and you’ll see exactly what you need to make each bowl. Make just 1, or make 3 like I did today. I just like to always write the recipe for 5 servings, for a 5 day work week.


Cooking sheet with 4 glass bowls. Each bowl has a banana and other ingredients to make trip berry baked oatmeal.
Cooking sheet with 4 glass bowls. Bowls have berry oatmeal in them.


  • Extra Milk -Heat up your oats and top with some extra milk.. It’s actually really yummy!
  • Syrup -Pure maple syrup, sugar free, or Walden Farms zero calorie syrup.
  • Whipped Cream
  • Nut Butter -I used my favorite Aloha Butter from Clean Simple Eats. You can use discount code STAYFITMOM on all their different yummy flavors!
  • Extra Fruit -Add extra berries or banana slices before eating.


Bulk these up and pack in some extra micronutrients by adding some rice cauliflower or shredded zucchini! I would suggest about 1/4 cup per bowl.

baked oatmeal in glass bowls on a cooking sheet with extra fruit and nut butter drizzled on top.


Makes 5 servings
Serving size: 1 bowl
225 cal / 21.3P / 33.5C / 1.3F / 5.6 fiber 


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2 cup glass bowls -Make sure the bowls you’re purchasing are oven safe. They will say so on the label if purchasing in store.

Half size sheet pan – This is the perfect size for 5, 4 cup glass bowls but also works just fine for these 2 cup ones. They will slide around a bit so be careful when putting your bowls in and taking them out of the oven.

baked oatmeal with berries in glass bowls on a cooking sheet.


These bowls can easily be reheated right in the microwave for 1-2 minutes. If you prefer, reheat the oven and warm them back up for about 5 minutes.


Easily freeze these Triple Berry Baked Oats. Let them cool, cover with the lid, and store for up to a month in the freezer. Make sure you always let the bowls defrost some before putting them in the microwave so they don’t crack.


You can get so creative with these baked oats! Use all different kinds of protein powder flavors and/or fruit combos to switch them up! Here are a few ideas:

  • Lemon Berry – Do blueberries and lemon extract or fresh lemon juice and zest!
  • Strawberries and Cream- Use strawberries
  • Banana Raisin -Just swap the frozen berries for raisins!
  • Peanut Butter- Use CSE Chocolate Peanut Butter protein powder or Chocolate Brownie and top with PB after baking.
  • Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip- Same as above but add chocolate chips!
  • Pumpkin – Sub in pumpkin for the Greek yogurt
  • Banana Nut- Just add nuts!
  • Apple Cinnamon- Add sautéd apple slices and cinnamon


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5 from 5 votes

Triple Berry Baked Oats Meal Prep

A delicious breakfast prep recipe with lots of protein and fiber to keep you filling full for several hours. Start your day right with this triple berry baked oatmeal breakfast prep!
Prep: 5 minutes
Cook: 15 minutes
Total: 20 minutes
Servings: 5
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  • 2 medium bananas, 250g
  • 1.25 cups old fashion oats
  • 10 tbsp CSE cinnamon roll protein powder, 100g(vanilla or snickerdoodle would be good too)
  • 1.25 tsp baking powder
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 1.25 cups fat free Fairlife milk
  • 5 tbsp plain non fat Greek yogurt
  • 120 g frozen berries


  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and arrange 5, 2 cup oven safe containers on a cookie sheet.
  • Add 50g of banana (about 1/3 medium banana) to each bowl and mash with a fork.
  • To each bowl add 1/4 cup old fashion oats, 2 tablespoons protein powder, 1/4 teaspoon baking powder, a pinch of salt, and 1/4 cup fat free Fairlife milk. Stir well.
  • Microwave the frozen berries at half power for about 1 minute, or until they soften up and get melty.
  • Top all bowls with 1 tablespoon plain non fat Greek yogurt and 1/5 of the melted berries and juice. Gently swirl in.
  • Bake in the oven for 15 minutes.
  • Let cool before covering with lids and placing in the refrigerator. Reheat in the microwave for 2-3 minutes. Top with some fresh milk, fruit, nut butter, syrup, or whipped cream before eating.


  • Search the Myfitnesspal or MacrosFirst app food databases for Stay Fit Mom Triple Berry Baked Oats to log in your food diary.
  • Add riced cauliflower or shredded zucchini squash for some extra micronutrients!
  • Top with more fruit, syrup, whip cream, or milk!
  • Freeze a few if you won’t eat them in time. Store in the freezer up to 30 days. 


Serving: 1bowl, Calories: 225kcal, Carbohydrates: 33.5g, Protein: 21.3g, Fat: 1.3g, Fiber: 5.6g
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  1. 5 stars
    These are SO good! Super easy to whip up a batch – my daughter and I have had them every day for 2 weeks now. This week we only had vanilla greek yogurt and they are delicious! It’s a very nice break from eggs for breakfast as well.

    1. Oh how wonderful! I’m so glad you and your daughter are loving them! Thanks for the review Julie!

  2. 5 stars
    I loved the idea of having oatmeal ready to eat in the morning, but I was still hesitant. WOW! I was wrong to hesitate with this meal prep oatmeal! It was so easy to put together and it tastes amazing! My new favorite oatmeal recipe.

  3. Are the measurements that read 1.5 cups of oats and milk, along with 1.5 teaspoons of baking powder correct? If this recipe makes 5 servings and it says measure 1/4 cup of oats & milk and 1/4 tsp of baking powder…that should give us 6 servings.

    I intend to make this for meal prep for next week.
    Please clarify.
    Thank you so much.

    1. Oh no! Good eye Lisa. Yes it should be 1 & 1/4 cup of each the oats and milk, and 1.25 teaspoons bp. I just updated the recipe card. Thanks for pointing that mistake out.

  4. I don’t have the glass bowls and not buying them today. How long would you recommend cooking if I’m doing the whole 5 serving recipe in one largebowl?

    1. Hi Ty, I don’t think they’ll take more than 5-10 mins of extra cook time. I would just check the center at about 20 minutes and see if they seem done enough.

  5. 5 stars
    We loved this recipe! If I wanted to double the size of each bowl, should I increase cooking time too?

  6. Hi there!

    I’m wondering if you could skip putting the yogurt in before baking and add it in when you want to eat it?
    Just to keep the cultures in it alive 🙂

      1. Oh great thanks 😊

        I wasn’t sure if it would affect the way the oats cooked because the yogurt was there as extra liquid to ensure they fully cooked. Looking forward to trying these! ☺️