Since finding this recipe a couple of months ago I have made it more times than I can count. I like that it has no eggs and I have stopped using the oil and no one noticed. I use my bread machine on the dough cycle and then let it rise in a loaf pan and bake in my oven. Thank you for such a wonderful bread recipe.
I've made this loaf once before and it turned out wonderfully. I have one of those huge bread machines (smallest loaf size is 2 lb) so it can kind of be a pain trying out new recipes, but this one turns out just great! Thank you Tonkcats!
Loved it! Light and fluffy but solid...excellent
This was so tasty and moist. I used two cups of white breadmaker flour and 1 cup of wheat with 1/2 tbs. of gluten. It turned out great right out of my bread machine.
Oh My GOSH was this amazing or what? This came out so perfectly and it is SO good! A must try if you like Honey Oatmeal bread!
This is a true winner! This is the loaf I make all the time now for sandwiches and toast. I make it with half bread flour, half wheat flour. This is the best toasted, buttered, with organic honey drizzled on top. Yum!
This is the best oat bread I have found on this website yet! I used 1.5 cups all purpose flour and 1.5 whole wheat to add some good nutrition. It turned out nice and fluffy. I love using it for peanut butter and banana sandwiches! Thanks for the recipe.
This bread turns out perfectly and is delicious to boot. My new favorite bread machine recipe. Thanks Tonkcats!
This recipe is awesome. We no longer buy bread from the store and I have to make this at least once a day. It only took a few days for my family to adjust as this bread is sweeter than they were used to. Now when I try out new recipes everyone complains and I go back to making this one. My various adaptions include: olive oil, sea salt, unbleached flour/wheat flour combinations, vital wheat gluten and I add ground flaxseed meal to all my bread recipes. Very healthy, may need to increase water slightly though. I also don't bake this in the breadmaker, I transfer it to a breadpan, let rise and bake at 350. I don't know how long it takes though, I bake it by smell. This is fun to experiment with and almost impossible to mess up. Thanks so much.
I used 2cups ww flour and the rest white flour.It was great.Tasted like the brown bread my mother used to make 60 years ago.It went well with baked beans.