Thank you so much for this All Rights Reserved. Thank you!! The last time I was traveling I grabbed my usual Starbucks Perfect Oatmeal cup and declared that it was SO good, that I had to start making it at home. This big world is really so small!! Plus now that I’ve found a way to make oat bars at home, I can really have the best of both worlds. I also add mini chocolate chips because I live off t chocolate. I love the Starbucks oatmeal! I was back there last month and saw them at Starbucks and instantly remembered how good those things are. Zero regrets. Thank you for the recipe…I’ve been wanting to try to make them at home ever since I had them at Starbucks! I used coconut sugar and maple syrup instead of corn Remove from heat and whisk in the milk and vanilla extract. Baked for 18 minutes and voilà! Mine is quite goopy and can almost leveled itself. I followed all measurements but not sure what happened? Microwave on HIGH for 2 minutes. The mixture should be somewhat stiff and sticky, like a soft cookie dough. Or any suggestions on where to find ground oats? I just took a similar risk, quitting my nursing job & starting a small cooking business! I got super excited to see you were from Edmonton (I am from Sherwood Park) but also excited to see you work at Duchess!! The oats are glued together with copious amounts of butter and brown sugar, and are insanely dense and chewy as a result. The bars are absolutely delicious, but crumble apart – they don’t hold together at all. However I’m at an age where I have to start watching my sugar intake so I’m going to scale back on the corn syrup and brown sugar. https://www.tasteofhome.com/collection/starbucks-copycat-recipes Personally, I always err on the side of slightly under-done when it comes to bars. I will make these bars today and make my children VERY happy. brown sugar Bake for 15-20 minutes (I found that 17 minutes was perfect), until the edges are slightly golden and the middle no longer looks wet. I gathered up my ingredients and made it happen! Letting them cool completely will also help you get a nice clean cut when you’re slicing them. A black coffee and an oat bar were my go-to treats during my 2 years of paper pushing. These boring-looking, unassuming little slabs are actually incredibly rich. Not too bad, but they’re definitely an indulgence! These oat bars have the same texture as Starbucks’ version but with an almond flavor. Do you know more less the expiration date?? I love the vanilla flavor. this money is always re-invested in cait’s plate so I can continue to create free content to you! Thanks for stopping by and leaving me a lovely message, and I hope you enjoy the oat bars! Cut in the butter to form a crumbly mixture. In a food processor, grind 2 cups of the oats until it resembles a fine flour, about a minute on high speed. These are really really delicious!! Thanks for the awesome recipe. There’s something about them – aside from the caffeine and sugar, of course – that always perked me up. Ingredients: 1/2 cup rolled oats; 1 cup water; Mixed nuts; 1 tbsp. You can also use Bob’s Red Mill oat flour, which should be in the baking or health food aisle of your grocery store. My suggestion is to try both and see which one you like better. Line a 9 x 12 inch baking pan with parchment paper and set aside. hello!!! fresh or frozen; stemmed and pitted; see notes. please note: items in these posts may contain affiliate links which simply means I earn a small amount of money if you click on them (at no additional cost to you). That’s awesome – it is a very small world! I love their oatmeal! These oat bars have the same texture as Starbucks’ version but with an almond flavor. I liked the simplicity of ingredients and will play with the recipe again! You can also freeze them! ;) Enjoy! I just made these and they were perfect for my husband’s sweet tooth. I had to cook these much longer than indicated to achieve the golden-edge look. I look forward to more of your posts! So glad you liked these, Jo-Anna! I went for more of how it should look in the end game vs. by the book! Those ingredents worked just fine – everything stuck together. Next prepare the base and the top dry layers. I was happy to find your receipe for oat bars reminds me of something similar to what my mother baked when I was a child. I gathered up my ingredients and made it happen! Hi Amanda! Starbucks Perfect Oatmeal at Home. to anyone taking part in a thanksgiving meal today, this creamy sweet potato soup with roasted parmesa, if you’re looking at spending thanksgiving alone, please know that despite what diet culture promote, I don't know if I realized this until now, but muf, black bean, corn, sweet potato & farro bowl (with creamy avocado yogurt sauce), Mixed dried fruit (I used cranberries, golden raisins and cherries), Combine water and oats. Lol – thanks!! , Your email address will not be published. These days I have a new job as a baker (woo! I, substituted coconut oil instead of butter and agave syrup instead of corn syrup so I can pretend they are good for me. Your email address will not be published. 14 chocolate recipes perfect for valentine’s day. And, you can add some milk or cream to the Starbucks oatmeal at the coffee bar, which you can't do at McDonald's. Hi Emily, do you have a blender or coffee grinder? Hi Jennifer! Preheat the oven to 325°F/162°C and grease and line a 9x9 inch pan with parchment paper.