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Feb 04

Single-Serving Breakfast Bread Pudding

This is so easy.

Breakfast Bread Pudding!! So easy! Only takes 5 minutes...making it the perfect breakfast for a busy morning!

Like SOOOOOOOOOO easy.

Many a morning I find myself wishing everything was ready to go and I could just walk out the door.   Like if someone could come to my house and do my makeup while I slept, that’d be great.  And also creepy.

Breakfast Bread Pudding!! So easy! Only takes 5 minutes...making it the perfect breakfast for a busy morning!

But on those mornings when I don’t have a breakfast ready and I have zero time to make one, this breakfast has become one to my go to recipes.

Truly these types of recipes are my favorites.  That is, a super easy recipe that involves oatmeal.  It’s where my heart is.

Breakfast Bread Pudding!! So easy! Only takes 5 minutes...making it the perfect breakfast for a busy morning!

And it’s just a perk that the dense-ness of this recipe reminds me of bread pudding.

And it has this stuff on top…

Breakfast Bread Pudding!! So easy! Only takes 5 minutes...making it the perfect breakfast for a busy morning!

I love waking up in the morning knowing my breakfast will somehow involve that coconut spread. In luvvv.

If you’ve done any experimenting with pumpkin puree in baked goods…you must know that it does magical things to the moisture in the recipe.  I’ve tried this recipe by replacing the pumpkin with mashed banana…and then another time replacing the pumpkin with egg whites.  It’s just not the same. You need the pumpkin. I know it’s not Thanksgiving, but I don’t want to live in a world where I can only eat pumpkin at Thanksgiving.  And I’m not even a pumpkin-flavor fan.  Like I wouldn’t drink a pumpkin spice latte.  The texture of pumpkin in things is what I’m after.  It’s just insane, ya know?

So if you have a spare 5 minutes, make this.

Breakfast Bread Pudding!! So easy! Only takes 5 minutes...making it the perfect breakfast for a busy morning!

Single-Serving Breakfast Bread Pudding

Yield: serves 1

Prep Time: 3 minutes

Cook Time: 2 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes

Ingredients:

1/2 cup old-fashioned oats

1/4 cup pumpkin puree  

1/4 cup milk

1 1/2 tablespoon ground flaxseed

1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

1/4 teaspoon vanilla

optional: 2 teaspoons maple syrup or honey

Topping: 1 tablespoon Earth Balance Coconut & Peanut Spread

Directions:

In a microwave-safe bowl, combine all ingredients except Earth Balance spread.  Microwave for 2 - 2 1/2 minutes.  Eat warm topped with coconut & peanut spread.

Feel free to make the night before and store in the fridge overnight.  I like it cold in the morning just as much as I like it hot. Also, I haven't tried baking this, but I'd imagine baking it at 350ºF for 15-20 minutes would do the trick.

Breakfast Bread Pudding!! So easy! Only takes 5 minutes...making it the perfect breakfast for a busy morning!

34 comments on “Single-Serving Breakfast Bread Pudding”

  1. I am starting to get burnt out on my normal oatmeal breakfast. You have so many good oatmeal recipes I want to try including this one! Looks amazing. Trying it soon. (Also, LOVE that PB.)

  2. Do you think that Apple sauce would work to replace the pumpkin in this recipe? 

  3. Directions are 3 short and sweet sentences. 
    MAKIN’ THIS. 

  4. I will most definitely be trying this!  Also, I need to to get my hands on some of that coconut and peanut spread.  I always hear awesome things about it!

  5. Yes! I love quick breaky ideas this looks delish. Love the new blog look ps!

  6. Ooo it’s been so long since I’ve had that coconut peanut butter, but it needs to be back in my life. On top of this breakfast bread pudding ideally.

  7. This looks amazing! Do you think there is anything to sub in for the flaxseed though?

  8. I’ve tried that pb before and it’s like next level delish. I also have a minor (major?) obsession with coconut of late so yeahh this is probably going to happen soon.

  9. I LOVE the short list of ingredients on this recipe! Will try for sure!

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  12. I JUST discovered that PB/coconut spread and I love it! I make a recipe similar to this, but the overnight oats version with a bit more (almond) milk so it’s creamier and less bread-like. Such great flavor combinations. Thanks for sharing!

  13. Peanut butter, pumpkin, and maple syrup… a woman after my own heart! I am officially a subscriber! :)

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  16. Wierdly, yes! As close to bread pudding as I can get being allergic to eggs. Very tasty & easy-so glad I found this site. Based on this, I will try more of your recipes! :) Thx. By the way-I used Unsweeted Almond Milk to lessen the calories-it made it 378 cal.

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  30. I just wanted to let you know…every time I get into a breakfast rut where I have no clue what I’m feelin’, I pull this recipe up out of my bookmarks. It’s so wonderful. Every dang time. Thank you.

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