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This is a hearty bread, nutty, and very nice flavor. I love the oatmeal nutty taste to this bread I, however, made them into hamburger buns which was a mistake. I got 6 buns out of them but they were too heavy for buns. So the next time, I will just do dinner rolls.
Great hearty bread. We loved it and I will make this again. Thanks!
Very sweet rolls - but fantastic! I used them for hamburger buns and so did half egg and half milk for the top = perfecto! Edit: I've made these 2 more times and unfortunatley have not had the same luck in my attempts to make hambruger buns. Although they rose, I halved the recipe and still only ened up with 4 decent sized rolls that were anything but light and fluffy. :( I will try again I guess.
Excellent bread. I made this using my stand mixer rather than a bread machine. I used a full cup of wheat flour and 2 cups white. The dough was easy to work with and I had no problem shaping it. The results? One of the best breads I've had. As someone else commented, these would make excellent buns as well. I will be making them again. Thank you for sharing.
Very good tasting bread! I did use regular whole wheat flour and 6 tablespoons of honey and omitted the sugar. Made this using a mixer and the dough was a little sticky so they didn't look as pretty as the picture, but they taste was still great. Thanks!
I also used 1 cup milk and 1/4 cup water and normal whole wheat flour. This was one of the best breads I've made so far. I think it would work well for buns and bread also. These were wonderfully sweet. I took them to my folks for dinner and they insisted on keeping them! Thanks for a great recipe.
These are great tasting rolls. And to think they are healthy. I will definitely do this again. Followed the recipe in my bread machine, except that i used 1 cup milk and 1/4 cup water and used normal whole wheat flour. Thanks for sharing Najwa.
These rolls were delicious! I didn't have the powdered milk on hand so I left it out, and I made these by hand because I don't have a bread machine. I dissolved the yeast with warm water first, then added everything but the flours and the oats. After mixing those, I added the bread flour, and then kneaded the whole wheat flour and oats in. I used milk on the tops and they came out lovely. It took a long time to rise, but that is not unusual with whold wheat flour and oats in bread. I will be making these again for a halloween party, using it for a replacement roll mix in Pumpkin Yeast Rolls #101889.
These just looked sooo good that I had to made them (Aw, the powder of pictures). I made fried catfish for my dad on father's day, and because of the special occasion I let him break his low carb diet and have some rolls with dinner. What a great way to break a diet! These were wonderful. They were beautiful as well. I'm very glad that I chose this recipe, and thank you very much for posting!