Baked Tropical Oatmeal

Photo by the Foodie Tourist.

We always love to share recipes that put a different twist on something you already love. This recipe for tropical oatmeal puts a sweet and fantastic spin on oatmeal. It is a must-try! We got this recipe from Kim, the Foodie Tourist. Here's what you need to make this baked tropical oatmeal:

Uncooked quick-cooking oatmeal

Dried tropical fruit (mangos, bananas, coconut)

Raisins

Brown sugar

Egg substitute

Salt

Cinnamon

Baking powder

Milk (any type milk)

Whipping cream (optional)

Bourbon (optional)

For the full instructions, keep reading over at Kim's blog, the Foodie Tourist.

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