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Jan 02

Banana Chocolate Chip Baked Oatmeal Singles

Banana Chocolate Chip Baked Oatmeal Singles on a cooling rack

These Banana Chocolate Chip Baked Oatmeal Singles are an easy, delicious grab-and-go breakfast for the whole family! It’s January, the time when everyone (me included!) recommits to their diet and exercise goals and resolves to eat healthy and get in the best shape of their lives. Naturally, I figured the best way to ease into my resolutions was with chocolate for breakfast! If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you know I love baked oatmeal. In 2011 I made Pumpkin, Apple Cranberry and Blueberry & Peach versions. I wanted to make a banana/chocolate adaptation of it and after seeing how much people liked my Sausage, Egg & Cheese Hash Brown Cups and Bacon, Egg & Cheese Biscuit Cups, I decided to try baking them in muffin tins to make them easier to grab and go. You all know how I love my muffin tins! These turned out fantastic. They have a rich banana oatmeal flavor and each single serving is jam packed with chocolate for only 126 calories, 4 Green, 4 Blue or 3 Purple WW SmartPoints each. If eating chocolate as part of a healthy breakfast is any indication, 2012 is going to be a good year. To view your WW PersonalPoints for this recipe and track it in the WW app or site, click here!

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Banana Chocolate Chip Baked Oatmeal Singles on a cooling rack
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Banana Chocolate Chip Baked Oatmeal Singles

These Banana Chocolate Chip Baked Oatmeal Singles are an easy, delicious grab-and-go breakfast!


  • 2 cups old-fashioned oats
  • 1/4 cup packed brown sugar
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 egg white
  • 1 egg
  • 2/3 cup skim milk
  • 2/3 cup mashed bananas
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 6 tablespoons semi-sweet chocolate chips


  • Preheat the oven to 350. Lightly mist 12 cups in a standard muffin tin with cooking spray.
  • Combine the oats, brown sugar, baking powder and salt in a large bowl and stir until thoroughly mixed.
  • In a separate bowl, whisk together the egg whites, egg, mashed banana, milk and vanilla. Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and stir until blended together. Stir in the chocolate chips.
  • Spoon the oatmeal mixture evenly between the prepared muffin cups. Bake uncovered for 20-22 minutes or until oatmeal is lightly browned and a toothpick inserted into the middle comes out clean.


To view your WW PersonalPoints for this recipe and track it in the WW app or site, click here!
Nutrition Information:
126 calories, 22 g carbs, 11 g sugars, 3 g fat, 2 g saturated fat, 3 g protein, 2 g fiber (from myfitnesspal.com)
MyWW SmartPoints per (1 single) serving: (SP calculated using the recipe builder on weightwatchers.com)
Green: 4 SmartPoints/ Blue: 4 SmartPoints/ Purple: 3 SmartPoints
Weight Watchers Points Plus:
3 per single (P+ calculated using the recipe builder on weightwatchers.com)

139 comments on “Banana Chocolate Chip Baked Oatmeal Singles”

  1. These sound delicious! I was wondering if you (or any of your readers) had tried to freeze leftovers of your baked oatmeals. I love to grab something from the freezer and reheat it for a super quick weekday breakfast. (If no one has tried it, I’ll try it soon and let you know!)

  2. These look delicious! Can’t wait to try them!

    Some mornings, i don’t want chocolate, something i can’t believe i’m typing….can it just be left out and everything be alright?

    Robyn Coffey

    • Robyn – I just made these and you can definitely leave out the chocolate. But how about raisins instead? Or dried cranberries? Or walnuts?

  3. These look fantastic!

    I just started Phase 1 of South Beach Diet but I’m looking forward to moving forward to Phase 2 and 3 where I can try these!

  4. Lori – I hear they freeze great, though I haven’t tried it myself yet. I am probably going to freeze some of these. Let me know if you try it first!

    Robyn – sure, but I think the chocolate adds a lot so I would maybe replace it with nuts or something. Or you could always try making one of the other baked oatmeals I have on here in a muffin tin!

    • I will be honest i don’t like getting into egg whites vs whole eggs can i just use two whole eggs will it impact the consistency too much?  

    • I’ve never done it that way, so I can’t speak from experience, but I’m guessing it’ll probably be fine.

  5. I love this single serving idea! Definitely trying this one!

  6. do you know the P+ values of some of the ingredients? I’m at 5 P+ for the ones I made… maybe my oats or my chocolate are different?

  7. Alyssa – did you make 18? Like I said, I ran the ingredients through the recipe builder on weightwatchers.com to determine the P+ value. I just used regular old fashioned oats and chocolate chips.

  8. Emily these look fantastic! I love both your other baked oatmeal recipes and just made a batch of the Pumpkin, Apple, Cranberry yesterday. Did you use regular sized muffin tins or minis? I will be trying these SOON!! Can’t wait!

  9. Regular sized! Enjoy 🙂

  10. I did make 18. I’ll try making them 24 next time maybe. That will cut down the P+ values per muffin. I’m not sure what the big difference is between your ingredients and mine. Oh well, smaller muffins will go great to pair with the egg sausage and cheese hashbrown nests for breakfast

    • I used the recipe builder for this recipe as written and they came out to 4 PP per muffin for 18. Not 3PP.

      So I reduced the amount of chocolate chips from 12 TBSP which is 3/4 cup, to 9 TBSP. This comes out to 3 PP per muffin. I don’t want a smaller muffin, lol! It just goes to show you to always calculate the points your self regardless of what the recipe says.

    • So strange?! I also used the recipe builder and mine came out to 3 just as Emily states. 61 points for the total recipe, 18 servings brings it to 3p+.

    • Same here I just put them in the builder as written, including the banana, for 3PP each for 18 muffins.

      12 – 13 are 5 PP
      14 – 17 are 4 PP

  11. emily – so good! just ate one. love them. can’t wait to try the other recipes.

  12. I made these yesterday and they are so good! Excellent recipe!

  13. Thanks Emily – i will try that. They sound delish!

  14. I just made these but replaced the chocolate chips with crasins, they’re amazing! One question: how should I sore them? They don’t need to be refrigerated, do they?

  15. Thanks everyone, glad you loved them too!

    I refrigerated my leftovers, but I always refrigerate leftover baked goods (muffins, cakes, etc). I just generally think if you’re going to store fresh baked goods for more than a few days they’ll last longer in the fridge. Plus, I happen to like cold baked goods. 🙂 Unfortunately, I have no idea as to whether you “have” to, but my guess is that they’d be fine stored out of the fridge for a few days, but if you plan to store them all week I’d throw them in the fridge to be safe.

  16. These were so good!! I followed the recipe as posted with the exception of making 6 jumbo muffins instead of 18. It changed the P+ value to 8 per muffin but I LOVED having them every morning with my coffee for breakfast. I, too, refrigerated my leftovers and I would just nuke the muffin in the microwave for about a minute right before I ate it.

  17. I forgot bananas, so I used 1/2 C of peanut butter instead and these were still delicious!! Yummy at roomp temp or warmed 🙂

  18. Ana – so glad you loved them! Sometimes you just need a gigantic muffin, I hear ya.

    Katy – yum, I love peanut butter. Sounds good!

  19. Made these today and they so yummy!!! Hopefully I can limit myself to one at a time. Thanks for the recipe.

  20. I’m a newbie to your recipe blog but I am loving it! I made these last night and had one for a snack when they were still a little warm, delish. Grabbed another on my way out the door this morning for breakfast… yum yum! Great recipe!

  21. Yummy! Thanks for this recipe! I made these for a grab and go for the family last week and they were a hit. Great recipe!


  22. Tonya – that’s the hard part!

    Mara – I’m glad you found my blog and that you loved these. They’re my new favorite!

    Jack – thanks for posting, glad they were a hit!

  23. Just made a batch – they’re amazing! I can’t wait for breakfast tomorrow.

  24. Thanks Jessica! Glad you liked them. I find myself looking forward to these too 🙂

  25. emily, do you post your recipes on the community board? I looked for this one and couldn’t find it. It would be so great if you did because then I could just make any minor edits I wanted to without having to reinput the whole recipe. Just thought I’d check. Thanks!

  26. Wendy – I do not post my recipes elsewhere, I prefer to keep them on my site.

  27. do you think i can make this with raw honey instead of brown sugar?

  28. I made some mini muffins and they were only 1 ww point and they are great when I just want a little something…but I just had a regular size one for breakfast and it was great..and filling! I love your site!

  29. I have made two batches of these this week. My husband can’t stay out of them! Thanks for the recipe!

  30. Great minds think alike! I’m your newest fan! Just found your blog through my friend tammy from Skinny mom’s Kitchen! I have a similiar baked oatmeal I guest posted over at money saving mom’s site. LOVE it! Portion control is key isn’t it?!

  31. These are wonderful! I have been closely taking a look at my diet and I use myfitnesspal. Thanks for adding in that info

  32. I have made these twice in the last week! I made them into mini-muffins today…mmmm, good! Thanks so much for this recipe! Even my picky 5 yr old eats these 🙂

    • Yay, I’m happy you love them! I am afraid to make them as mini muffins. I am good at eating one regular sized muffin but when they’re mini I feel like I should be able to eat like 5. lol

  33. I made these today with butterscotch chips instead of the chocolate since I’m not a huge chocolate fan. They are amazing! Not eating all 18 of them today may be a challenge. 🙂

  34. Emily, just made these and they are so delicious! I am NOT an mushy oatmeal fan but love oatmeal in cookies, etc. This is a perfect breakfast (or snack!) option! Thanks! OH AND – I only had one banana which was about 1/4 c mashed so I added 1/4 c. PB2 (a powdered peanut butter) which added 2 pts+ overall, but divided by 18, I’m not worried about it! 🙂 They still turned out wonderful!

    • So happy you loved them! I like baked oatmeal way more than traditional oatmeal as well. I just ordered my first ever jar of PB2 off Amazon yesterday! I will have to try that. 🙂

  35. Yum! Just made these for breakfast and they were delicious. I just found your website and there are so many recipes I want to try. Thank you!

  36. I made these a few weeks ago, stuck the extras in the freezer, and finally got around to trying one from the freezer this morning. One minute in the microwave, and it was perfect. I should say that my son has been having them from breakfast out of the freezer for at least a week, and they’ve been a huge hit with him. I like that he’s having a healthy breakfast, but the chocolate chips make it a nice treat. I can’t wait to try some of the other baked oatmeals in muffin form. Thanks!

    • I’m so glad you and your son are both enjoying them! Thanks for letting us all know they freeze well. Baked oatmeal is so versatile and I love having it in these individual portions. Let me know what other combinations you try!

    • Can I use Almond milk instead of skim
      thank you

  37. I made these on Sunday and have had two for breakfast yesterday and today. SO good!! The batter was very wet, was that normal? I was a little worried, but they ended up coming out okay, if a little flat/dense. In any case, they’re delicious! I used 1/2 cup of a combo of butterscotch and white chocolate chips (because I don’t eat chocolate) and they’re really good that way. I think I’d like them even without the chips, though. Thanks so much for this! I passed a few along to a friend when she was over last night, and she loved them, too.

    Next week I’ll be trying the pb banana oatmeal muffins!

    • I’m so glad you liked them! I didn’t think my batter was very wet, but I guess it’s hard to know exactly what you mean by that. It’s totally different that batter for muffins or bread because there’s no flour. It’s mostly just oats, chocolate chips and then wet ingredients.

    • Good point! It was just more milky and less like a batter than some of the other baked oatmeals I’ve made with a similar ingredient profile. It made it a little tricky to make sure I was getting the right ratio of ingredients into each muffin cup. Nevertheless, they were delicious, so it worked out!

    • I too was doubtful because I was expecting the batter to be more like past cupcakes – but this is different – baked oatmeal to be exact! Due to the wetness of the mixture, I should have baked them on the higher end of the baking time, bu still oh so yummy! Thanks!

  38. I am SO glad that I stumbled upon your site! I have been loyal to another WW blog for a while & I am thrilled to find another site that makes real, healthy, WW food! I hate recipes that include all the fake sugars & unnatural, processed substitutions. I made these yesterday for my husband & I! One cupcake with an orange was a perfect breakfast for me (husband ate 2)! Loved, loved, loved them! Bananas, oatmeal, & CHOCOLATE for breakfast?? Perfection!!

    • Thanks, Kara! I’m so glad you found my site and that these were such a hit. I love baked oatmeal – it’s so filling and versatile! I hope you try other recipes here and love them too. Thanks for commenting! 🙂

  39. I am making these tonight…we have been trying new stuff from your site daily…i am thinking i migh use a chocolate/peanut butter chip combo…can’t go wrong with banana, peanut butter, and chocolate! We love everything we have tried so far!

    • Ooh, peanut butter chips, that’s brilliant! I don’t eat chocolate so I made them with a combo of butterscotch and white chocolate chips, because that’s what I had on hand. But it was a little bit too sweet for my tastes, especially for breakfast (not that it has stopped me from eating them each morning!). I’m going to get PB chips and try that way next week!

    • I would guess the white/butterscotch combo would be super sweet! Peanut butter is delicious though!! YUM!

    • PB, bananas and chocolate sounds amazing!

  40. Hi Emily, I’m a huge fan of yours I made taco cupcakes for dinner with a huge salad (YUM!). Then i decided to use up my ripe bananas and make these muffins. I knew i was in trouble when your directions said to “fold in” the choc chips. My batter was very “runny”, so there was no need to fold the chips in at all. I thought maybe i had put too much milk in . . .. the final product was a bit too moist on the inside, so i tried baking them another couple of minutes. I also thought the oatmeal was a bit hard, rather than soft. The flavor was delicious . .. just wondering if i used the wrong oats (I used regular). . . . . i would love to make them again and tweak it. Any suggestions? Maybe less milk? Erica

    • Erica – it’s really hard for me to guess what you might have done wrong since I wasn’t in the kitchen with you. Did you follow the recipe exactly? I’m sorry they didn’t turn out well, but the only thing I can really tell you is to try them again!

    • Erica – my guess is that you are like me and from the picture and reviews and stuff you were thinking these would be like a muffin consistency. I was surprised by the consistency myself and then had kind of a “well, duh” moment when I realized these are called baked oatmeal.. not oatmeal muffins. There’s no flour so they are different than what I was thinking they would be but tasty none-the-less.

  41. I found your website on Pinterest and I immediately knew I had to make these (and the French Dip Cupcakes, and a bunch of other stuff…lol). They came out great. I’m always looking for a quick breakfast on the go and these fit the bill. Can’t wait to try your other recipes. Thanks Emily!

  42. Made these for the second time this weekend. Me and my son LOVE them. I throw them in the freezer and pull out when we want them. Easy quick on the run breakfasts. Oh and yummy to boot!!!

  43. OMG…i have to make these! i just came across your site on pinterest and am LOVING all of your recipes…can’t wait to try them:)

  44. Mine are in the oven right now and I cannot wait to bite into one! I followed the recipe exactly, but next time think I will try to add some PB chips as I love PB! Thanks, as always, for sharing your creations with us! You are the BEST!

  45. Just curious about the PP+ values. When you enter the nutritional info into the calculator it says 4pp a piece? Is there a reason for that? Either way, they are truly delicious!

  46. Went crazy & made these, lasagna cupcakes, & bacon egg cheese cupcakes too 🙂

  47. Hey, these are good! I just made a half-batch today and divided it into six muffins at 5 points each. They are very satisfying, even though I was a bit apprehensive at first. Next time I think I’ll soak the mixture overnight before baking, though the chewiness of the oats is actually pretty good as is.

    Thanks for the recipe! Will definitely be making more of these.

  48. I just made these for the first time this week and wow they are delicious!! I love having them portioned for me!
    My husband is allergic to bananas, any thoughts on a sub for the banana? Cooked banana seemed to be ok for him but I would hate for him to have too much and have a problem.

  49. I made these for my family and we loved them. Now I am making them again adding PB2 and using a mini loaf pan. I recalculated the calories. I can’t wait to try them. I love your recipes.

  50. I made these today and they are delicious and perfect for bfast on the go! I have loved trying your recipes Emily, they are making weight watchers so much easier! We have tried taco cupcakes, taco bowls, chik Alfredo pizza and monkey bread and loved it all! Just went shopping for the week and got stuff to try slow cooker buffalo chicken and taco pasta, I can’t wait! Thanks for sharing Emily!

  51. Is oatmeal listed the same as Quaker quick oats? The kind that cooks in 1 minute.

  52. I made these tonight and used paper cupcake liners; the one I tried was still a bit warm and stuck to the paper. I’m hoping they won’t stick as much after they’re completely cooled (they’re in the fridge). But it was yummy! I actually used baby food bananas because all the bananas were too green and I didn’t want to have to wait several days; it worked pretty well. (I may also have used a full cup of chocolate chips…).

    Oh, and to Anonymous above me, I used the 1-minute oats (actually bought them by accident but didn’t realize it until I opened the can. I find them too mushy just to eat as oatmeal (I prefer thicker-cut “old-fashioned” oats) so I went looking for recipes. I had bookmarked this one a while ago and figured it was time to test it out.)

  53. I just made these and yes they are delicious! I just don’t know if I did something wrong. I baked them and baked them and they still were kinda wet or just super moist in the middle. is this how they are supposed to be? I thought they were supposed to be like a muffin, so I kept cooking! lol Very hard to remove from the tin, broke a lot of them! 🙁 I’ll still eat them though!

  54. I bought a large muffin tin – the one that holds 6 muffins, so I’m curious, if I make these heaven disguised as oatmeal muffins in a 6 instead of 12, would I just double the calorie information? I guess I could just change the serving size on my fitness pal and see what it says, huh? All I know is they are worth every single calorie it puts on my behind. 🙂

  55. These were delicious. I’m always looking for recipes to make with my 5 year old son. He wants to be a dessert chef. Now he knows that breakfast can be just as yummy. I used sugar free chocolate chips and butterscotch chips. Has anyone tried egg replacer and soy or almond milk?

  56. Hey there! Just wanted to let you know we featured you in our Favorite Find Fridays post over at Whimsically Homemade. We used one of your pictures and linked back to you. If that’s a problem let us know and we’ll remove it immediately. Thanks for your great inspiration!

  57. Fabulous recipe! I substituted pumpkin for the banana since I’m allergic and it turned out great. Thanks for sharing. I also doubled it so I could freeze some and since I’m not trying to limit fat I did 5 whole eggs for the whole recipe instead of doing egg whites. Worked just fine.

  58. Emily, is there a way to make these without eggs or egg whites? The hubs can’t eat eggs. I’m wondering if using applesauce instead would work as a binder? Any suggestions? Thanks!

  59. Just got them out of the oven. I used butterscotch chips and almond breeze milk…they are very yum.

  60. These sound good. I’m going to make them with applesauce & raisins because I dont have a banana or choc chips. They sould be good.

  61. Just printed your recipe & I was able to print without the illustrations Thanks to your suggestion so easy to do.

  62. I just made these and they are awesome right out of the oven. Thanks for this recipe.

  63. I loved these! I used steel-cut oats in place of old fashioned oats. When I used the WW recipe calculator, I got a value of 4P+ per baked oatmeal single.

  64. I restarted WW after months of not tracking this past week. I immediately went back to your website to look for some filling breakfast recipes (breakfast is my biggest struggle when it comes to finding something filling and delicious!). I made these last night to prep for the week and had one – so good! I’m not normally a fan of oatmeal and I’m trying to adjust my taste buds and find ways to incorporate oatmeal in my diet. These are a great start! Easy to make and easy to grab and go on my way out the door! Thanks Emily!

  65. Do you use a certain size measuring cup to get them into the muffin tins evenly?

  66. I made these last night and they are so delicious and moist, soooo tasty! Will make again, thanks!!!

  67. I made these this week and they made a perfect breakfast. Next time I may add banana chunks for more banana, but these were fantastic! I loved the texture.

  68. These are amazing. I made 2 batches last week and put 1 batch in the freezer. They freeze very well. I made another batch this week and added blueberries.

  69. These are awesome! I have made a batch each week for the last three weeks. They are great for breakfast or even as a sweet treat. So filling and delicious. Thanks for the great recipe!

  70. I just made these tonight, and they smell wonderful! My DH came in late from bowling and saw them cooling, so he tried one. He gave them a big thumbs up! I’m waiting until morning for mine… and it’s hard to wait!

  71. Just put them in the oven! But instead of chocolate chips, I used raisins, (because I didn’t have chocolate chips! :)) and I’m pretty excited, and grateful since I didn’t know if I’d ever use those “old fashioned oats” I had laying around! 🙂

  72. I made these in mini muffin tin because it didnt really state the size. It made 54 muffins! They were great, but couldnt really taste the banana at all? Could it be because the banana wasnt real ripe? Has anyone ever added a little banana extract in place of vanilla or with it?

    • I didn’t specify because it’s just a standard sized muffin tin. Unripe bananas don’t have much flavor, so using ripe bananas would make a huge difference. You shouldn’t need any extract. Hope that helps!

  73. These were so delicious. I used peanut butter instead of chocolate chips. I used silicone muffin liners and they came out – no problem! Thank you for this recipe!!!!

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  75. I accidentally discovered that if you let the batter sit for about an hour before you put it in the oven, the oats will be softer and it makes it even better. My husband even agrees. He thought the first batch, made as soon as I mixed the ingredients, “tasted healthy.” The second batch, he declared “much better.”

  76. Thanks for the great recipe!
    Me quedaron deliciosos.
    Saudos desde Chile!!

  77. These have been on my “to-make” list for awhile now. I’m just wondering if the old-fashioned oats is a must or if anyone (Emily?!) has tried quick oats? I know some recipes are very specific to one or another but I didn’t see much in the above comments about this question. Looking forward to it, though….your recipes are awesome, Emily!! Thanks so much!

  78. I love these muffins and so did the rest of my family (I used mini chocolate chips instead or regular sized ones). I am currently making another set for a staff meeting at work and an altered third set for the family. I decided to alter the recipe to fix my pumpkin pie craving. 3/4 c pumpkin pie mix, 1/2 tsp. nutmeg, and 1/2 tsp. cinnamon. I almost used cinnamon chips instead of the spice, but decided to not use the chips because they are not mini chips. I did not use chocolate chips either.

    I just pulled them out of the oven and they smell like freshly baked pumpkin pie! YUMMO! I look forward to tomorrow’s breakfast. Thanks again for the recipe and I look forward to altering it some more to fulfill my cravings!! 🙂

  79. I put this into the ww tracker and it is giving me 4pp for a serving of 18 am I know doing something correct?

  80. I personally love baked oatmeal. This was an absolutely awesome recipe. It help me use some of my bananas that were in the freezer because they became over ripe ( I always freeze any bananas that become to eat right to eat). i’m not sure how many people attempt to use overripe frozen bananas in any kind of recipe, however a good tip to remember is to squeeze out all excess liquid before putting those bananas into a recipe.

  81. Had only 2 bananas (perfect 3/4 c) but was making a double batch. I used 3/4 c unsweetened applesauce to double. Still turned out great! I am not on WW but I wonder if that makes them less caloric? I had these at a friend’s house and was smitten! Couldn’t wait to make them myself. I’m freezing them for after I have a baby 🙂 I want to make a quadruple batch cause I know my family will eat these up! But I’m going to need to figure out how to get my other children not to eat all the bananas first! haha!

  82. I made a half batch, removed the chips, cut the sugar in half and used all egg whites (no yolks). 2 Smart Points each! I really like them. Very pleased with how they cam out. I can’t wait to go get some pumpkin and make those.

    I added a little Splenda brown sugar blend – not sure it was necessary – might leave that out next time.

    Have you tried to develop a recipe with cocoa powder to make CHOCOLATE muffins?

  83. Hi, Emily! I love your recipes and love that you have many of them already converted over to SPs. What I was wondering is since smart points rely heavily on sugar/carbs, protein and fat, would it be wise to sub out the banana for honey? I have a very similar recipe that I used while following a clean eating plan last year which relied heavily little to no processed foods, especially sugar. I used honey a lot in recipes that needed a little sweetness, but am worried that in this recipe the points value would go through the roof if I used it. I might try it out just to see, but these look really good!! Can’t wait to try them.

    • I would definitely not swap honey for the banana. Do you just not like banana? I have a ton of other flavors of baked oatmeal singles that use other ingredients in place of banana. Just click on my recipe index and select “oats” in the ingredient listing to find a ton of varieties!

  84. Emily, I started Nutrisystem about three weeks ago and I am trying to start cooking my own food. Your site is very helpful in finding recipes that are low calorie and easy looking. Nutrisystem is all about getting lots of protein. Can I just sprinkle protein powder in your baked recipes to get the protein amount up?

  85. Do you think we can use almond mild instead of skim milk?

    • I’ve never tried that and I’ve never really cooked with almond milk so I’m not sure! If you try it out definitely report back!

  86. How many freestyle point system would these be if I replaced the milk with cashew milk and used 1/2 cup mini chocolate chips?

    • Hi Lamia, I only have the points calculated for the recipe as I have it written. If you want to make several changes to the recipe you will have to run the ingredients through the Weight Watchers recipe builder to calculate the points. Enjoy!

  87. I’ve made many of your oatmeal single recipes (and many other recipes of yours) They are KILLER! I am so thankful for your recipes- they keep me on track and have so much variety. Another recipe of yours to go in rotation. My household is so thankful for your recipes and these are even toddler approved! 

  88. Made these today…followed recipe exactly..delicious! Thank you for posting the recipe 5 stars

  89. Add in some powdered PB2 and this one gets insanely good at solving those gooey chocolate – peanut cravings.5 stars

  90. Comes together really easily, great use of overripe bananas. We love to add in some PB2 Powder and some Cocoa Powder to really amp them up. Put these in the toaster over for a really gooey gilt free snack, desert or breakfast.

  91. These were an absolute crowd pleaser for my family! My 8 year old said these get 5 stars, and I agree! Can’t go wrong with EB recipes! 

  92. Love these, I substitute unsweetened almond milk, and swerve brown sugar and it comes out to two points, and still taste great!

  93. Fantastic recipe. Great for chocolate lovers. I added 1/2 tsp of cinnamon.
    Just served for breakfast to overnight guests. It was so easy to make a yummy low pt recipe. They loved them and were appreciative to have a light breakfast.
    This recipe should be on Tik Tok.
    Younger folks need inexpensive; quick healthy recipes. Thank you so much5 stars

  94. Love these for breakfast 5 stars

  95. These are unbelievably good! I made in a 6 cup muffin tin; had 1 for breakfast with peanut butter. 15 seconds to reheat in the microwave. They have no oil, so I worried they would be dry, but they are very moist. Will try other versions soon.5 stars

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