Strawberry Baked Oatmeal Cups

Strawberry Baked Oatmeal Cups are loaded with chewy oats, crunchy almonds, sweet coconut, & fresh diced strawberries for a wholesome, perfectly-portioned breakfast ideal for making ahead of time and reheating in the morning!

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Happy Friday, y'all! How was your Cinco de Mayo? Who's looking forward to Mother's Day? It's been another whirlwind week around here, working on my last (!!!) round of cookbook edits. Hallelujah and amen. I've got a few more days of work ahead but I'm taking off Sunday, when my middle child has already hinted that I get to "sleep as long as I want" and maybe, just maybe, be treated to breakfast in bed. Wonder if I'll be dining on something like Strawberry Baked Oatmeal?

Strawberry Baked Oatmeal on white plate with fork and whole strawberry.

Reasons to Love Baked Oatmeal

So have you tried baked oatmeal yet? It's one of those breakfast recipes that I regularly make for my kiddos.

Healthy and delicious, I love coming up with new flavor variations.

And just as importantly, I appreciate the fact that I can bake up a whole dish when it's convenient for me and then reheat it in smaller portions for a quick, wholesome breakfast on busy weekday mornings.

Close-up of Strawberry Baked Oatmeal.

Individual Serving Sizes

I've always made baked oatmeal in a baking dish, but for these Strawberry Baked Oatmeal Cups I decided to dust off my muffin pans and divvy up the oatmeal mixture into little individual portions.

Why didn't I ever think to do this sooner?!

Reheating these little puppies was as simple as plopping an oatmeal cup onto a plate, drizzling it with a bit of milk, and zapping it for about 30 seconds. Breakfast is served!

Plate being generously drizzled with milk.


My family really liked that this baked oatmeal was studded with sweet, juicy strawberries and crunchy almonds.

I also decided to add a teensy splash (a little bit goes a long way) of almond extract to the oats in addition to vanilla, which we thought nicely complemented the whole berry/almond theme.

Basically? These Strawberry Baked Oatmeal Cups are yummy, yummy, YUMMY...and nourishing, too, making this the perfect fuel for starting your day!

Close-up of two Strawberry Baked Oatmeal Cups.

Hope y'all enjoy this one, and if you'd like to try any of my other twists on baked oatmeal, I've listed them below. Wishing y'all a great weekend and a Happy Mother's Day to all you mamas out there! 🙂

More Baked Oatmeal Recipes

Strawberry Baked Oatmeal Cups ~ loaded with chewy oats, crunchy almonds, sweet coconut, and fresh diced strawberries, this wholesome, perfectly-portioned breakfast is ideal to make ahead of time and reheat in the morning! |

Strawberry Baked Oatmeal Cups

Strawberry Baked Oatmeal Cups are loaded with chewy oats, crunchy almonds, sweet coconut, and fresh diced strawberries for a wholesome, perfectly-portioned breakfast that's ideal to make ahead of time and reheat in the morning!
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Servings: 12 oatmeal cups
Calories: 178kcal
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  • 2 cups rolled oats
  • ½ cup shredded coconut, plus additional for garnish, if desired
  • ½ cup sliced or chopped almonds
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup diced fresh strawberries
  • ¾ cup milk, at room temperature
  • 2 eggs, at room temperature
  • ¼ cup maple syrup
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • ¼ teaspoon pure almond extract
  • ¼ cup coconut oil, melted and slightly cooled


  • Preheat oven to 350°F. Generously grease (or spray with nonstick cooking spray) 12 muffin cups.
  • In a large bowl, combine oats, coconut, almonds, and salt. Mix in diced strawberries, milk, eggs, maple syrup, vanilla, and almond extract. Stir in coconut oil until all ingredients are well combined.
  • Divide mixture between prepared muffin cups and bake for 18 to 20 minutes or until set and light golden brown on top.
  • Slowly run a thin butter knife around the edge of each oatmeal cup to loosen, and cool in the pan for 5 minutes. Run the knife around the edge of each oatmeal cup again before carefully removing to a wire rack to finish cooling. Serve warm with optional garnishes, such as warm milk drizzled over the top and additional fresh diced strawberries or sliced almonds.


  • The reason the milk and eggs should be at room temperate is because if they are cold, they will cause the coconut oil to re-solidify. To quickly warm everything up, I usually just put the whole eggs in a bowl of warm water for a few minutes and zap the milk in the microwave for 20 to 30 seconds.
  • Reheat by placing an individual oatmeal cup on a plate, cutting it into chunks, drizzling with a little milk, and then heating in the microwave for about 30 seconds or until warm.
  • This recipe can easily be made dairy-free by using your favorite non-dairy milk (such as almond milk) in place of the regular milk.


Calories: 178kcal | Carbohydrates: 18g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 10g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Cholesterol: 29mg | Sodium: 77mg | Potassium: 157mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 7g | Vitamin A: 65IU | Vitamin C: 7.1mg | Calcium: 49mg | Iron: 1mg
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  1. Wow! This is awesome! Topped it with vanilla yogurt and baked on a 9 x 9 for 25 minutes. Thank you so much for sharing!

  2. Would these freeze well? Or would I be better off freezing a baked oatmeal recipe? Looking for healthy breakfast ideas to freeze for when our first little one arrives 🙂

  3. Samantha, I am thoroughly enjoying, and thoroughly impressed with, your recipes! I have a question about the "rolled oats" in the oatmeal recipes I have been reading (showing my ignorance here) - Do I use "quick" or "old-fashioned" oats? I am assuming "old-fashioned," but struggling with this assumption and the "no bake" recipes.

    If you have addressed this in some part of your (extensive!) site and I've missed it, my apologies.

    Many thanks for all your hard work and willingness to share 🙂

    1. Hi Barbara! Thanks so much for your kind words...I'm very happy to hear that you've been enjoying my site and recipes! Your question is a great one, because the oats in question sometimes go by different names, and I should probably do a better job being consistent in what I call them! 😉 I always refer to quick oats as quick oats. Rolled oats are just regular-thickness oats, and yes, they're sometimes called old-fashioned oats. No-bake recipes often call for quick oats since they're thinner and more tender. However, I like a bit of texture, so I sometimes call for regular rolled/old-fashioned oats even in a no-bake recipe. Honestly, it comes down to a matter of personal preference. In most recipes, you can use quick oats and rolled oats interchangeably and everything will turn out just fine, except that quick oats will result in a finer texture and rolled/old-fashioned oats lend more texture/chewiness. Hope that helps, and hope your week is off to a great start! 🙂

      1. Thank you so much for your prompt and enlightening reply! Believe it or not, I didn't realize the only difference between "quick" and "rolled/old-fashioned" oatmeal was the thickness :-/

        My first batch of the No-Bake Granola Bars is chilling in the fridge as we speak :-). I don't have any coconut (altho' it has now been added to the grocery list!) - used Cran-raisins I had in the back of the fridge (should be interesting, LOL) - but had everything else. I can't wait to try these!

        Again, many many thanks! 🙂

  4. Can today's recipe b made without the coconut? I'm such a hater! Would I need to increase the oatmeal by 1/2 cup?

      1. Hi Kathy! Great question...yes, you may certainly leave out the coconut. I think I'd add an extra 1/4 or 1/3 cup oats to make up for it (oats absorb more liquid than coconut so I'd add a bit less oats than the original amount of coconut called for). Happy Friday! 🙂

    1. Hi Jeannie! Absolutely! You can certainly leave out the coconut. I don't think I would increase the oats a full 1/2 cup, though, as oats are more absorbent than coconut. I'd probably try adding an extra 1/4 or 1/3 cup of oats to make up for the coconut instead. Enjoy! 🙂