Updated: May 26
Another one of my grandma's go-to. She used to make this when we are tired of having porridge. She would throw together some breadcrumbs (usually), ground spices, and some coconut milk, then bake it in the oven. I don't know. Maybe there is something magical about baked porridge that I would have at least once a month.
Amazin' Graze's Rolled Oats and Antioxidant Berry Trail Mix...
Sometimes I would make this with breadcrumbs (reminiscing the past), and this time, I would make it with some rolled oats. If you dislike coconut, you can swap it out with some dairy milk and cream. Maybe some dried mixed fruits, vanilla, saffron or even cheese will tinkle your pallet.
If you are a vegan, you can use any nut milk and cream. Toss in some ground almonds and you will have a fantastic hearty baked porridge. The possibilities are pretty much endless. In closing, I hope you will give this recipe a try.
Amazin' Graze's Rolled Oats, 250g
Amazin' Graze's Antioxidant Berry Trail Mix, 75g or Any Nuts & Dried Berries
Desiccated Coconut, 2 TBSP
Ground Cinnamon, 1 TSP
Freshly Grated Nutmeg, Pinch
Sea Salt, Pinch
Coconut Milk, 500g
Coconut Cream, 100g
Pandan Extract Homemade, 1 TBSP
Coconut Sugar, 1 TBSP
Gula Melaka Syrup, For Serving (Optional)
Cast Iron Skillet
Please visit my "How To Make Gula Melaka Syrup" page for the recipe.
Please visit my "How To Make Pandan Extract & Paste" page for the recipe.
Preheat oven to 180 degree celsius or 355 fahrenheit.
Mix to combine well.
Add in coconut milk, cream and pandan extract.
Mix until well combined.
Wack to the oven and bake for 30 to 35 mins or until lightly browned.
Remove the baked porridge from the oven and sprinkle some sugar and more nutmeg over the top.
Return to the oven and broil for 5 to 8 mins or until lightly golden browned.
Serve immediately with some gula melaka syrup while it's still warm.