Superfood Skillet Breakfast Bake

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Superfood Skillet Breakfast Bake

Superfood Skillet Breakfast Bake

Let’s talk a little bit about mornings. Sigh. Sadly, I am not a morning person. My mornings usually go like this:

6:15am – alarm goes off for the first time. I press snooze about 10 times and finally (begrudgingly) roll out of bed at 7am. Wash face, brush teeth, and put contacts in. Minimal makeup is applied. Hair is partially brushed (THANK YOU DRY SHAMPOO). I attempt to throw on what looks to be a put together outfit, and chuck my gym clothes in a bag. Coffee is poured into my mug, premade meals are thrown in my lunchbox (if I managed to make a lunch the night before) and I’m out the door and in my office by 7:30. LOL – yes I live 2 minutes from my office, but I have this awful habit of leaving myself little to no time in the mornings.

Skillet Baked Oats

I promise you I’m working on these bad habits (sort of), but you can probably guess that I have ZERO time to spend cooking breakfast in the mornings. My favorite thing is to make a big batch of something (smoothies, muffins, power bars, etc.) that can be swiped out of the fridge or heated up on the go. I cannot go without breakfast.

You wanna know what I made last week that was life changing? This Superfood Skillet Breakfast Bake.

Breakfast Bake with Superfoods

It’s chock full of good for you & filling ingredients and is just sweet enough to make even this non-morning person smile.

-Cast Iron Skillet or 8×8 Baking Dish



-Pecans (or your favorite nut – I recommend walnuts or cashews!)

-Unsweetened Almond Cashew Milk (or your favorite milk – cow’s milk, coconut milk, plain almond milk)

-Maple Syrup (or your favorite sweetener -honey, coconut sugar)

-Unsweetened Apple Sauce

– Butter or coconut oil


-Baking Powder



Optional Add-Ins:

-Blueberries (or any berry)

-A Peach (an apple would be so yummy, too!)

-Chia Seeds

Peach Blueberry Breakfast BakeWHAT YOU’LL DO
The best part about this one is how customizable it is. You can sub in different kinds of milk, nuts, fruit, sweetener, etc. all to meet your preferences or dietary needs.

Breakfast Bake with Almond Cashew Milk

my FAVORITE dairy-free milk alternative!

You’ll want to start by making your quinoa & preheating the oven to 375. Tip: if you have leftover quinoa from another meal, USE IT! Or, make extra and pair it with some veggies and protein throughout the week!

While the quinoa cooks, add the oats, pecans, applesauce, almond cashew milk, maple syrup, egg, melted butter or oil, baking powder, cinnamon, salt and chia into a bowl and mix.

Blueberry Breakfast Bake

Cool your quinoa off before adding it to the mixture or you’ll cook the egg! Or, if you’re impatient like me, you can temper the egg before adding it by adding bits of hot quinoa while whisking the egg.

Skillet Bake with Fruit & Oats


Superfood Skillet Bake

Mix up the ingredients really well and fold in the blueberries. Pour the “batter” into a lightly greased (coconut oil or butter) skillet. Top the mixture with your peach & pop it into your preheated oven. Bake for about 40 mins or until the middle looks cooked and the outsides turn slightly golden brown.

Oats & Fruit Breakfast Bake


Cast Iron Breakfast Bake


Perfect Cast Iron Breakfast Bake

Let this cool and cut into wedges.

Baked Berry Breakfast Skillet


Baked Oatmeal

You can top with a bit of maple syrup, yogurt, extra nuts, or anything you want.

Skillet Baked Oatmeal

OR you can just scarf it down plain. I like to let the wedges cool and place a few in the fridge or freezer for future crazy mornings.

TELL ME! Are any of you morning people?! What is your favorite way to grab a quick breakfast in the AM?


Miss AK

Superfood Skillet Breakfast Bake
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Serves: 8
{gluten free, dairy free, refined <g class="gr_ gr_538 gr-alert gr_spell gr_run_anim ContextualSpelling multiReplace" id="538" data-gr-id="538">sugar free</g>} Oven - 375
  • 1.5 cups of oats
  • 1 cup quinoa
  • ¼ cup of pecans
  • ⅓ cups of applesauce
  • ¾ cup of maple syrup
  • 2 tbsp coconut oil/butter - melted
  • ¾ cup almond cashew milk
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • Salt
  • 1 tsp Cinnamon
  • 1 Peach
  • 1.5-2 cups of Blueberries
  • 1 tsp of Chia Seeds
  1. Cook quinoa.
  2. Add oats, pecans, applesauce, maple syrup, melted butter, almond cashew milk, egg, baking powder, salt and cinnamon to a bowl.
  3. Cool quinoa.
  4. Add quinoa to the oat mixture and stir.
  5. Fold in blueberries
  6. Grease skillet with butter or coconut oil
  7. Pour batter into the skillet and top with the peach slices
  8. Bake for 40 minutes or until the middle of the dish looks cooked and the edges have started to brown.
  9. Remove skillet from the oven and let the bake cool slightly and cut into wedges.
  10. Enjoy!



Superfood Skillet Bake Recipe

  • Laura


    LOL! I’m actually a total morning person (my husband jokes that I spring out of bed like a pop tart shooting out of a toaster)! But I like to have make-ahead breakfasts on hand and ready to go! I try to get as much done in the two hours I have before my babies wake up…and I don’t want to spend any of those precious early morning minutes cooking! This looks amazing!

    • allmcd3

      Teach me your ways! I know I can’t go on like this forever – haha! But thank you!!!

  • Emily


    Ooh, it looks like a delicious breakfast cake, and it’s so pretty! I think it would be amazing to make this and eat a piece every day with peanut butter. 🙂

    • allmcd3

      You said it sista! I froze most of it when I made it and I just ate the last bit this morning (tears). PB is the perfect pairing 🙂

  • rachel @ athletic avocado


    This looks amazing! It’s like a breakfast cake, but healthy 🙂

    • allmcd3

      YES! It’s kinda like a cake, kinda like oatmeal. Total mashup!

  • Aya @ A Healthy Story


    This looks absolutely amazing! I’m going to have to make it super soon. I love that you combined oats and quinoa, that’s such a creative combo.

  • Rebecca @ Strength and Sunshine


    O girl, it is time to become a morning person! Haha! I am! Best time of day and breakfast is ALWAYS the highest highlight 😉

    • allmcd3

      One day, one day, my friend!

  • Christine @ thyme & toast


    Yum! Love the quinoa in this. I have been looking for recipes to get me out of my breakfast rut, and this one definitely fits the bill!

    • allmcd3

      So glad you like it! Seriously, so easy girl!

  • Megan - The Emotional Baker


    I’m the complete opposite in the morning. I wake up at least three hours before I have to be somewhere. I like to ease into the day. But I still need a quick breakfast. This breakfast bake is so smart. I love all the great ingredients you packed into it – yum! It will be versatile as the seasons change, too!

    • allmcd3

      Exactly!!!! I want to try apple cinnamon soon. Maybe pumpkin and raisin, too!

  • Britney


    LOVE this! Ok, seriously, my mornings follow a very similar pattern. Often I’m late to work because I can’t get my feet on the floor and my lazy bum out of bed! I will definitely be trying this. Lately I’ve been in a little bit of a Cheerio’s slump, and I don’t love it. I’ve pinned this recipe, and will be trying it out soon! Thanks for sharing!



    • allmcd3

      Yay! I’m not alone!!! Thanks for pinning girl 🙂

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