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In the Galley

Peanut Butter Cookies – Sweet Treats

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Baking on a boat isn’t quite the same as in a house. You may not have an electric mixer, your oven might have a hot spot due to its small size, or you might not even have an oven.

Fear not! With a few quick tips and some boat-friendly recipes, you can have delicious sweets to nibble. And it’s oh-so-worth it to have something yummy on board.

No electric mixer? Recipes, like this one, that use oil instead of shortening are much easier to mix by hand, with the added bonus of oil not requiring refrigeration and being slightly healthier.

Hot spot in your oven? A baking stone (Amazon) will do wonders to even out the temperature.

No oven? No-Bake cookies don’t require an oven, or an Omnia Stove Top Oven (available on Amazon) is an easy way to bake cakes, brownies, bread, casseroles and more on the stovetop with great results.

You can learn more about using a baking stone and baking on the stovetop on The Boat Galley. For now, let’s move on to the good stuff – the recipe. You can find this one in The Boat Galley Cookbook.

Peanut Butter Cookies

These cookies are a snap to mix up, with flexible ingredients to suit . . .

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Carolyn Shearlock
Hi! I’m Carolyn Shearlock. My husband and I have been cruising over 12 years and 11,000 miles, first on a Tayana 37 monohull and now on a 34′ Gemini catamaran. Along the way, we sold pretty much everything we owned (twice!), gained a great boat dog, had a bunch of wonderful times and some adventures . . . and learned a ton about what does and doesn’t work!