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Cynthia is a trusted source on Bread/Baking.

added about 1 year ago

Can you give us a link to the recipe? I'm honestly not familiar with baked oatmeal, but still can't imagine why it would call for baking powder.

burnindowndahouse added about 1 year ago

A lot of the recipes for some reason call for it. It's great to make for my prayer group tho, <a href="http://valsocal.blogspot.com/2013/02/baked-oatmeal-with-bananas-and-chocolate.html?m=1" target="_blank">http://valsocal.blogspot.com/2013/02/baked-oatmeal-with-bananas-and-chocolate.html?m=1</a>

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Shuna is a pastry chef in New York City and author of the acclaimed blog Eggbeater.

added about 1 year ago

this link is broken I am sorry to report. I, too, am unfamiliar with baked oatmeal. But you could try making your own baking powder: http://eggbeater.typepad... Not all baking powders are created equal, and *many* of them have an awful taste indeed!

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cookbookchick added about 1 year ago

Burnin's link worked perfectly for me. Try it again!

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SeaJambon added about 1 year ago

I had to cut and paste to get the link to work, and even then had to search the site for "oatmeal" but I found it. A totally new thing for me too -- it appears to be a massive flour-less oatmeal cookie! Of course it would be tasty!

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SeaJambon added about 1 year ago

Oh, and to answer your question -- doesn't look like there is any leavening going on, so I'd try it without the baking powder. I'll bet you'll have a fine result.

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Diana B added about 1 year ago

Better link for those who couldn't access the one posted: http://valsocal.blogspot...

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