Delicious and totally indulgent Rich Chocolate and Pear Baked Oats to enjoy for breakfast or dessert.
Another instalment to my delicious baked oat recipes. A perfect way to use your healthy extra b serving of oats when you fancy something sweet.
This time we have Chocolate and Pear Baked Oats because chocolate and pear go amazingly well together.
Juicy Ripe Pear baked in the centre of a chocolate flavour dish of baked oats, what more could one ask for?
I know for me, I usually keep my baked oats until the end of the day. So I can enjoy it as an indulgent treat at the end of the day when the kids have gone to bed and I can put my feet up with a nice cuppa and thoroughly enjoy every mouthful. Totally undisturbed.
Evenings can be my weak times, so it is important to have options for a healthier snack. During the day I am pretty busy, so I don't generally struggle and if I do feel like a snack during the day a small piece of fruit is usually plenty.
It's always good to look at what are you weak times of the day so that you can be prepared by saving your points to use on a treat if you don't fancy something fat free.
Baked oats will always be a good choice if you fancy something sweet and there are many variations to choose from:
- Cherry Almond Baked Oats
- White Chocolate Raspberry Baked Oats
- Smore’s Baked Oats
- Banana Baked Oats
- Apple Cinnamon Baked Oats
- Pina Colada Baked Oats
- Peanut Butter and Jelly Baked Oats
- Gingerbread Baked Oats
- Blueberry and Lemon Baked Oats
and if you like Treacle Sponge. This Pouding Chomeur is pretty darn close, it’s actually a French Canadian dessert that was created in Quebec, Canada during the first depression. It translates to Poor Man’s Pudding and really does remind me of a yummy treacle sponge.
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This Chocolate and Pear Baked oats is so easy to make. For the chocolate part, I use 100% pure cocoa powder. There are so many different types of cocoa powder too, sweetened, processed etc. I, however, use pure 100% cocoa. I tend to use Ghiradhelli or Trader Joes Cocoa Powder.
To sweeten the Chocolate and Pear Baked Oats, I like to use sukrin gold, which is a great alternative to brown sugar. Sukrin is the only sweetener I have found that is natural with no aftertaste but feel free to substitute with a sweetener of your preference.
Don’t want to make one whole Chocolate and Pear baked oats dish? Then divide the mix to make 3 or 4 mini ones instead that you can enjoy throughout the day. Just watch the baking time, as they will bake slightly quicker, and instead of added half a pear, you can add some chopped up fresh ripe pear instead. Yum!!
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- 40g/1.4oz of oats
- ½ tsp of baking powder
- 1 egg
- 100g (⅓ cup) of plain Greek Yoghurt (use flavoured if you prefer)
- 1 tbs of sweetener (I used sukrin gold)
- 1 level tbs (5g) of 100% pure cocoa powder
- 1 tsp of vanilla extract
- ½ a fresh ripe pear (peeled)
- additional 1 tsp of sukrin: gold
- cooking oil spray
- Preheat oven to 190c/375f (gas mark 5)
- Add the oats, baking powder, 1 tbs of sukrin: gold and cocoa powder to a bowl and mix to combine.
- Add the egg, vanilla and Greek yoghurt and mix to combine.
- Spray oven proof dish with cooking oil spray to grease.
- Pour in the oat mix
- Push the half a pear into the centre.
- Sprinkle over the top with the tsp of sukrin:gold
- Bake for approx 35-40 mins, until lightly golden and a wooden skewer entered into the centre comes out clean.
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Nutrition InformationYield 1 Serving Size 1 serving
Amount Per Serving Calories 334Total Fat 9gSaturated Fat 2.2gCholesterol 186mgSodium 346mgCarbohydrates 42.2gFiber 7.1gSugar 11.4gProtein 20.2g