He didn't give it a name, so we named it for him! This super-easy recipe is great as a hot breakfast and again at lunch, either hot or cold. According to Jim, it keeps you fueled for 4,000 vertical feet and at least 10 miles. So what are you waiting for? Eat up and get hikin'!


  • 6 tablespoons of Irish oatmeal pellets, uncooked
  • 6 tablespoons of dry-roasted Edamame (green soy beans) , lightly salted  
  • 3-5 tablespoons mixed dried berries
  • One tablespoon cold-pressed flaxseed oil
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • Tabasco sauce


The night before:

  • Place the oat pellets in your Jetboil with a cup of water just before you hit the sack. Let them soak all night. This cuts the cook time down from 30 minutes to 5.

In the morning:

  • Fire up your Jetboil and boil the oat pellets for three minutes.
  • Toss in the dry-roasted soy beans and the fruit, and simmer for two more minutes.
  • Add the brown sugar and flaxseed oil and let sit, covered, until cool enough to eat.
  • Add the Tabasco drops for a nice variation for lunch

Item Recommendation:

  •  Average 3 out of 5