Farmhouse Breakfast Week – Tuesday

Tuesday’s breakfast …

raspberry oat slice…  a slice of Raspberry Baked Oats

Oats and fruit, baked together; I suppose a cross between porridge and cake. I’m not the sort of person who gets up and pootles around the kitchen mixing and baking for an hour before breakfast so I usually cook this the day before and in the morning simply cut a slice and zap it in the microwave for 30 seconds. The alternative is to cook it overnight in a very slow oven, which makes it an ideal breakfast to take if we’re making an early start on a walk as it can be kept warm for an hour or so with no ill effect.

We eat this with a spoonful of yoghurt or fruit.


Dry ingredients:
3 cups porridge oats
½ cup brown sugar
2 tsp baking powder
2 tsp cinnamon

Wet ingredients:
100g melted butter
2 eggs
1 cup apple juice
1 cup milk

1 cup raspberries or blackberries, blueberries, chopped apples …

Mix the dry ingredients in one bowl, the wet ingredients in another and then pour the wet into the dry and mix well. Stir in the fruit – I usually use fresh but frozen works too.

Pour this runny mixture into a baking tin (approx 30cm x 20cm) and bake at 180C for 50 minutes. In the AGA slide the baking tin onto the bottom set of runners with the cold sheet above and it will take about 30 minutes.

When it’s ready, it should be golden brown and firmly set.

Have you heard about Farmhouse Breakfast Week? Are you joining in? There’s lots of information on the Farmhouse Breakfast Week website.

Looking for things to do with raspberries?

Raspberry Cake Recipe with ground almonds and lemon here

Raspberry Vinegar Recipe here

6 thoughts on “Farmhouse Breakfast Week – Tuesday

  1. sophiezest says:

    Now that looks yummy – although slightly too evil for breakfast? Then again, we have croissants at weekends and this is no worse, from the butter point of view. Will have to try it.


  2. Thomasina Tittlemouse says:

    I adore flapjack but am not keen in fruit in it normally. Your beautiful gold and magenta version is just too beautiful not to make so I shall give it a go! Your breakfasts are certainly fit for kings! I am afraid I am very unadventurous with breakfast – inspired by your Farmhouse Breakfast Week posts I feel I must try a bit harder! E x


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