Peanut Butter Chocolate CHip Baked Oatmeal

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Baked Oatmeal made from powdered peanut butter, chocolate chips, bananas, and oats. This is a great meal for those weeks you prefer something sweet to have in the morning.


380 CALS





53g 23g 8g


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This Post Has 22 Comments

  1. Ben Lam

    5 stars
    Tasty and filling base, even without chocolate chips. I pair with yogurt or fruit if I don’t add the chocolate.

  2. Alexia Roberts

    3 stars
    I think I did something wrong when preparing this. It was very dry throughout the week when I ate it first breakfast.

    1. Josh Cortis

      It could be a difference in protein powders. You can always add more milk over the top before you reheat it

  3. Stephanie Garin-moran

    5 stars
    Just made it with pea protein and some vanilla essence since I didn’t have the vanilla protein powder and it worked perfectly. Super delicious! Thank you~

  4. Kayla Gajewski

    5 stars
    This is phenomenal. I have a huge sweet tooth and this not only satisfies that but actually keeps me full till lunch. Can’t wait to try the other variations of this recipe

  5. David Bond

    5 stars
    These are insanely good. Just know that a cup of oatmeal is not really 80 grams. I weighed out 3 cups of oats and it was around 300 grams and tried two different measuring cups. I would suggest just going by weight if you have a scale. Glad I decided to weigh it out even after measuring. Could have been why a previous commenters was dry.

    1. Josh Cortis

      Yes, I use weights for everything when I cook. I don’t do volumetric. The label on every oat container I have ever bought has said a serving is 1/2 cup or 40g so that is where that number comes from.

      1. David Bond

        Yea I had two different brands of oatmeal and they both said the same thing. That’s why I kept measuring and weighing haha. I figured you went by weight though so I went with that. Now I’m questioning whether my scale is off or not though. Turned out great though and finally gave me a use for that pb fit that’s been sitting in my cupboard for probably a year. Thanks!

  6. Morgan

    What could I replace the bananas with?

  7. Mikkel

    How much normal PB should i use to replace the powdered stuff?

  8. Mohammed

    5 stars
    Hi Josh,

    Is the amount off for the peanut butter? The recipe calls for 5tbsp which is whisked than calls for another amount to be drizzled on.

    1. Josh Cortis

      it is 40g (5tbsp) for the inside and 8g (1tbsp) extra for the top

    2. Kevin Flatt

      This confused me as well. You may wish to update the recipe and list the amount of water as well.

  9. Mikkel

    How much normal peanutbutter would you use to replace the PB fit?

  10. Tyler

    If I were to make these without protein powder should I add more oats or maybe more PB fit?

  11. Andrew Sillak

    5 stars
    I used Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Protein (from PEScience) in place of vanilla and it worked great in this recipe. Highly recommend.

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