With the arrival of cooler temperatures, I begin to crave a more hearty and warm breakfast. But, one that’s still healthy. And, this baked oatmeal recipe that is a Lancaster County staple, is what I like to have.
Traditional Pennsylvania Dutch Breakfast
When we first moved to Lancaster, we loved visiting different local restaurants, and I quickly found some “new to me” items on the menu. Like scrapple and baked cornmeal mush. I passed on those, but did try the baked oatmeal with fresh fruit, and I fell in love with this delicious new breakfast offering. I soon found out that baked oatmeal is really a staple here in Lancaster County and there are many recipes out there. But, today I’m sharing the baked oatmeal recipe that I like to make.
This recipe is so easy to put together and you can add in the fruit of your choice, but it’s good all on its own too. Some people like to serve baked oatmeal with milk, but I’m not much of a milk person, so I like it warm without the milk. You can store the baked oatmeal in the refrigerator and heat up a serving in the microwave for breakfast.
WELCOME TO HOME AND DECORE ENCORE
I’m sharing this recipe post for today’s Home and Decor Encore. And, there are more great seasonal posts and DIY’s today from my friends, so be sure to visit each one! Lori from The Stonybrook House is sharing a DIY for a large sign print. Cristina from RemodelaCasa has some fall and Halloween porch inspiration. Christy from Our Southern Home is sharing her fall kitchen and Cindy from DIY Beautify is showing us her dining room styled for fall. To view each post, just click on the BOLD TITLE above each photo and that will take you to the original post.
HOME AND DECOR ENCORE FALL TOUR LINKS
I shared my Fall Home Tour here yesterday, but did you get to see my Home and Decor Encore friends’ Fall tours? If not, here are those links!
Have a great weekend!