It was perfect! It is basically just a baked oatmeal recipe, but looks like pie because it is baked in a pie plate. I reduced the sugar by over half, just because my kids and I don't really like our oatmeal too sweet (I usually don't add any sweetener to my own) and used almond milk instead of normal milk.
This was a big hit. My kids enjoyed a slice warm out of the oven and they loved snacking on the leftovers, cold, right out of the fridge. There are so many ways that you could make variations of this, like adding fruit or making a savory option. It really seems like there are limitless possibilities and it is super quick to throw together.
I also saw this Pigs in a Blanket Pie and thought it was just too funny to pass up. I whipped up some whole wheat pancake batter and put turkey sausage links into the batter. The only problem was that it took longer than I expected to bake through, so my kids had to wait until after school to eat it since it wasn't ready before they left. Fun idea though.
I also used the filling from this recipe for Savory Breakfast Pies with Cheddar Cheese Crust , but used pizza dough as the crust. I made them for dinner and they were a big hit. I used canadian bacon instead of ham in the filling and also omitted the milk and used a little bit of oil instead of butter to cook the onion/veggies. They turned out really cute and my family loved them. I didn't get a picture quick enough though. They ended up looking like little calzones.
Here is the recipe for Baked Breakfast Oatmeal Pie
* I used 2/3 cup pumpkin puree
* I reduced the sugar to a little less than 1/4 cup
* I used almond milk (original) instead of regular milk