Tropical Sail Away Home Baked Oatmeal
Tropical Sail Away Home Baked Oatmeal

Julie Peterson

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Log Entry : 20 May, 2020
Pineapple and Toasted Coconut Vegan Baked Oatmeal in Baking Dish

Pineapple and Toasted Coconut Baked Oatmeal

Tropical flavors just seem to go perfectly on a boat, whether palm trees are on the horizon or not. We love this baked oatmeal, and I especially love it because it’s super easy to throw together, and doesn’t necessarily require anything refrigerated, which is always a bonus for the cruising liveaboard.

If you have room in your boat frig, I think it’s better if you can mix it up the night before. It gives the oats time to absorb some of the liquid before it’s baked. And it gives us more time to enjoy the morning in the cockpit. 🙂

It’s delicious warm from the oven or chilled the next day. And can be served with a fork on a plate, or spoon it into a bowl topped with a splash of cold milk and a drizzle of syrup. Great for a pot luck too!


Pineapples in the sand on a beach

2 Comments

  1. Gerda

    Looks delicious Julie, I definitely have to try it

    Reply
    • Julie Peterson

      It’s yummy Gerda, I bet you guys would like it! Let me know what you think.

      Reply

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