Foodie Friday: Individual Cookie Dough Oatmeal Cake (Recipe)

Thanks to my friend, @LauralDawn, I tried out this amazing recipe the yesterday. I’ve made a few small changes to the original recipe and am so excited to be adding this to our breakfast repertoire. For breakfast, I had 4 strawberries, 1/4 cup of yogurt and 1/2 of one of these “cakes”. Yummy!

Cookie Dough Oatmeal Cake from Chocolate Covered Katie

The cake serves one – but I split mine in half.

Here are my changes to the original recipe.

  1. I only put in 1 tsp of maple syrup and it tasted perfecto (and I have a HUGE sweet tooth!
  2. I only added a pinch of salt – next time I will try none.
  3. I used milk as the liquid of choice.
  4. I put in only 2 Tbsp of chocolate chips.
  5. I put in 1/2 tsp of cinnamon – for its health benefits and taste.
  6. I couldn’t get a huge crisp on mine, but I broiled at the end on low. Next time, I will try high like Katie suggests.
  7. Be sure to really grease your ramkins well!

See the following link for more specific Nutritional Information using Katie’s original recipe.


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26 Responses to Foodie Friday: Individual Cookie Dough Oatmeal Cake (Recipe)

  1. Gingermommy says:

    Perfect on a cold winter day I bet

  2. Mommy Red says:

    Looks delicious! Would be wonderful this morning seeing as it so cold and snowing outside!

  3. oohh I wish I had ramkins, they are adorable!

  4. Stephanie says:

    OMGosh!! This looks amazing and so perfect for a snowy weekend:)
    Thanks for sharing:)

    PS Following now!

  5. Rachel says:

    Not only does it sound delish, it looks great too! Would be a great dish to serve at a brunch

  6. This looks yummy! I just made apple crisp earlier this week, I am definitely going to try this recipe over the weekend! Thanks for sharing.

  7. Oh this looks good! I will have to try this one out.

  8. seriously craving this now! It looks amazing.

  9. OMG. I want one. I think I will make this weekend. I’m such a sucker for oatmeal. 😀 Thanks for sharing. *homer drool*

  10. C says:

    What a great idea! I’ll be sure to try this one out! Thanks so much for sharing!

  11. Like Gingermommy said…perfect for a snowy winter day. Thanks!

  12. mrs.shopper says:

    The list of ingredients looks good to me but I would skip out the choc chips and add some grounded sunflower seeds + nuts. This is something like oatmeal but cooked. A great idea!

  13. I am SO trying this soon! Sounds amazing, and like the perfect treat that Little Man and I can share 😀

  14. I love oatmeal so I will be trying this one out for sure!

  15. Awww I love your post!!

    I especially love the chocolate chip peeking out :).

    You’re such a sweetheart, and your blog is adorable too!

  16. Annie1 says:

    what a great recipe & healthy to boot! I haven’t had breakfast yet so this has made me hungry haha

    thanks

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  17. Tammy D says:

    I love oatmeal, I have this recipe saved to my favorites to try! Thanks for sharing!

  18. Look delicious what a great breakfast idea going to have to make this for breakfast for the kids and I.

  19. jopfoh says:

    my kids are going to love this thanks for the post

  20. Treen Goodwin says:

    Sounds DELISH , Thanks for sharing 🙂

  21. Eldon Lai says:

    Great breakfast and brunch idea!

  22. kristen visser says:

    omg this is my first time seeing this and i am in heaven! sounds delicious and cannot wait to try it out

  23. suzquiz says:

    oh my the family will love this one

  24. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    This will be a hit at my house and I love how healthy it is. I also like the chocolate chips although I might and berries in there at some point.

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