Five (5!) years ago, I saved yet another recipe page from the Boston Globe, and just now got around to trying and modifying it. The original recipe is detailed at in the Boston Globe Magazine.
Blend 2 cups oats (not instant) with 1 ½ teaspoons baking powder and a few grinds of salt (aka a pinch). Add 1 cup chopped pecans or other nut of your choice. Add 3 cups of berries or other cut up fruit.
In a separate bowl, whisk 3 eggs, 2 cups milk (I used skim), 1/3 cup brown sugar and ½ teaspoon brown sugar. If I make this again with apples in the fall, I’d use 3 cups of apples and 1 full teaspoon of cinnamon.
Add the milk/egg mixture to the oat mixture, stir, and pour into a greased baking dish. I used an 8x8 square dish one time and a round baking dish the other time. The timing of my current oven is not as accurate because the temperature knob does not allow me to set an exact degree in either C or F. I prefer my baked goods gently browned on top and done in the middle, so I kept my eye on the pan after 20 minutes and pushed gently on the top to ensure it was firm when I took it out. I had completely forgotten this post from four years ago, and will re-make the previous version again soon. This version was eggier/custardier, and felt smooth. I'll post a comparison.