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How To Make Baked Pumpkin Oatmeal (Single Serving!)

Written by Shelby Torrese

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It’s hard for me to believe that anyone could get tired of eating oats. There are so many different ways to make them—bake them, refrigerate them, spice them, make them savory! Once September air blows in, though, my favorite way to eat oats is with this pumpkin oatmeal recipe.

Truth be told, I’ll eat or drink pumpkin anything. Put it in my drinks, roast it and top it over greens, or of course—work it into baked pumpkin oatmeal. I only recently started baking my oats (which can conveniently also be done in the microwave), and it’s going to be such a game-changer in the cooler months.

Loaded with protein, vitamins, and minerals, I hope you enjoy filling your home and belly with this delicious pumpkin-baked oatmeal recipe. 

Health Benefits Of Pumpkin Oatmeal

This pumpkin-baked oatmeal recipe is as healthy as it is delicious. With the help of whole foods and collagen peptides, your body will be loving this baked pumpkin oatmeal as much as you do!

  • Heart health—Pumpkin is high in vitamins A & C, which can help to fight oxidative damage and boost immunity. This is especially important for cooler months. 
  • Digestion friendly—Just one cup of oats contains up to 16 grams of fiber. Fiber helps regulate digestion and can help you feel fuller while eating less. This occurs from the high-nutrient count without all the calories.
  • Kidney health—Bananas are a healthy source of potassium (anyone remember the King Kong reference from middle school?) Potassium is an important nutrient for maintaining healthy kidneys.
  • Hair, skin & nail health—Super Youth collagen contains all five types of collagen, which are structural proteins that help our hair, skin, and nails look and feel their best.
  • Anti-Inflammatory—Cinnamon is a great immune booster. It has been shown to lower lipids, and also act as an antioxidant that helps produce anti-inflammatory properties.

How To Make Baked Pumpkin Oatmeal

This baked pumpkin oatmeal is so easy to make that it may become your new go-to breakfast. First, you’ll want to preheat your oven to 400ºF. Then, combine the banana, oats, milk, pumpkin purée, Super Youth collagen, maple syrup, vanilla, baking powder, cinnamon, pumpkin pie spice, and salt and let sit until the oven is fully heated. This will allow the oats to soak up the flavor of each ingredient. Once ready, pour your oat mixture into a greased ramekin or baking dish and bake for 25 to 30 minutes. Remove from the oven once done and let cool for about 5 to ten minutes before serving.

This is the perfect breakfast for eating warm or making ahead of time and taking on the go. It’s sweet enough to satisfy but savory enough to enjoy in the morning. It’s a perfect afternoon treat, and I’m even guilty of adding a few chocolate chips into the batter and making it as dessert. Whenever you make these delicious pumpkin oats, I know you’ll love it!

baked pumpkin oatmeal

Baked Pumpkin Oatmeal

This baked pumpkin oatmeal is the perfect single-serving breakfast to help you welcome the cozy fall weather and stay lean in t process!
Prep Time: 10
Cook Time: 10
Total Time: 20
Serving Size: 1 serving


  • 1/2 banana mashed
  • 1/2 cup rolled oats
  • 1/2 cup milk of choice
  • 2 tbsp pumpkin puree
  • 1 scoop Super Youth collagen, unflavored
  • 1 tbsp maple syrup
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
  • Pinch sea salt


  1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Combine all ingredients in a small mixing bowl and allow to sit for 10 minutes, to allow the oats to absorb some moisture.
  2. Pour batter into a greased ramekin or baking dish. Bake for 25-30 minutes. Allow to cool 5-10 minutes before enjoying.

About The Author

Shelby Torrese

Nutrition, Movement & Meditation Coach

Shelby Torrese is a wellness enthusiast (and matcha fanatic!) from Miami, FL. She attributes her love of movement to her mom, a personal trainer, and her love of food to her dad, a farmer. She studied creative writing in college while getting her yoga certification, and went on to pursue fitness and nutrition in grad school. Her go-to advice is, “Balance,” and she is a firm believer that the ocean can cure just about everything.

  • Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher
  • NASM Certified Nutrition Coach
  • M.S. in Human Performance


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