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I love this breakfast! It’s a layered oatmeal dish that is easy to make, pretty to serve and tastes great! It can leave a bit of a mess though, but don’t let that put you off from making it. I used the new Palmolive® Fusion Clean™ Baking Soda & Lime, which is also available in Baking Soda & Grapefruit, to clean my bowls and oatmeal pot. You should try it! It got off that mess that my son, who was supposed to do the dishes last night, forgot to do. How do you leave out obvious things? Oh, well. That’s a post for another day. LOL! Luckily, the unique formula removes 24 hour stuck-on food, because that’s what it became. Let’s talk about how to make this yummy baked pecan and blueberry oatmeal brulee!
First, make your favorite oatmeal. I used a quick cooking rolled oat, but that part is up to you. I cooked mine with milk, salt and brown sugar. While that’s cooking get your pecans, blueberries, yogurt and brown sugar ready.
Add a cup of cooked oatmeal to large ramekins and spread it evenly.
This is where Palmolive® Fusion Clean™ will come in handy later. It has an ultra concentrated formula loosens and dissolves 24-hour stuck on food and removes even unseen food residue. There will definitely be some stuck on oatmeal after this bakes!
Layer 1/3 cup of yogurt over the oatmeal.
Next, drop blueberries and pecans onto the yogurt layer. Isn’t it pretty? I wanted to eat it right here, and you could, but wait. It gets even better!
Finally, add two or three tablespoons of brown sugar. You want enough to cover the top surface. Under the broiler of the oven, the sugar will caramelize and form a hard, but brittle top, that’s the brulee!
Baked Pecan and Blueberry Oatmeal Brulee
- 1 cup per bowl of your favorite oatmeal, cooked.
- Per Bowl:
- 3 Tbsp brown sugar
- 1/3 cup vanilla Greek yogurt
- 1/4 cup blueberries
- 1/8 cup pecans
- Create your favorite oatmeal made with milk.
- Preheat the oven to broil.
- Per Bowl:
- Smooth 1 cup of cooked oatmeal in the bottom of an oven proof bowl or large ramekin.
- Layer the vanilla Greek yogurt, evenly covering the oatmeal.
- Cover the yogurt with a single layer of fresh blueberries.
- Top the blueberries with chopped pecans, to your taste.
- Cover with brown sugar.
- Add the oven proof bowl or ramekin to a preheated oven to broil. Don't put on the top rack, the center of the oven works best. Watch closely. When the sugar bubbles and melts, pull it out.
- Serve & enjoy - but be careful, it's very hot!
I love that the new Palmolive® Fusion Clean™ dish liquid combines Baking Soda and the fresh scents of Lime or Grapefruit. I don’t know about you, but I actually enjoy doing dishes when there’s a nice scent. Is that weird? It’s true though! This new formula will give you A Modern Twist on Cleaning™ and will let you Cook Up a Storm.
I picked up the NEW Palmolive® Fusion Clean™ at Kroger. I also grabbed their brand of pecans for this recipe. They were excellent!
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