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Really good bread. It's a keeper to make regularly. The whole family enjoyed it. It is very versatile because you can have it for breakfast, dinner and to make sandwiches. I used Quaker Steel Cut oats with half pecans and half walnuts because I only had a quarter cup of pecans on hand. Thank you for this recipe.

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Staten Island Slovak February 08, 2010

This was a delicious bread. I think it is best toasted with strawberry jam, but it would make great sandwiches, and is even nice buttered. The texture was perfect, and it rose nicely in my bread machine. I put the chopped pecans in at the signal, and they were just right.

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Julie F April 28, 2009

This is my new favorite bread. I made it in order to use up leftover pecans, and instead ended up buying more to keep making this! Yum. It turned out well on the light crust setting in my machine.

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amy.hough April 07, 2009

Since I don't have a bread machine, I baked this at 350 for 30 min. I let it rise once in the bowl, then once more in a greased loaf pan. AWESOME!!! Next time I'm gonna try it as grilled cheese sandwiches w/tomato soup. My sweetie thinks they would be great as croutons too.

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yams September 11, 2007

We love this recipe! It also makes great toast.

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WiGal July 03, 2007

Great bread! I had no dry milk, or milk at all, so I used cream and reduced the water by 30ml, and only used 1 tablespoon of fat (used oil, not butter). I also used quick oats, reduced the sugar to 2 tablespoons and used brown sugar (was still quite sweet). Four of us ate the whole 1 1/2 lb loaf for breakfast! Thanks, we'll make this one again.

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Chickee September 17, 2006

I did the same as Chief Jack and added 2 tablespoons of molasses. The bread was too sweet for our taste, but it looks like a lot of other people who baked it liked it.

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Mary Austin December 20, 2005

I made this recipe yesterday and was very happy with the result. The bread taste wonderful, very soft. I am on my own at home and ate almost all of it already. I didn't change a bit of the recipe. Thanks for sharing the recipe with all of us.

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Malu October 25, 2005

I loved this recipe,i thought i had molasses,but i didn't so i added a little honey. I have been struggling to make bread for years and this was my last attempt before retiring my poor bread machine! Well i'm a believer again, Thank you so much for a great recipe,finally i have made bread! yeah!!!Lynette

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ltorres617 October 18, 2005

I used the dough cycle and made two loaves. I did manage to forget them in the oven and overbaked them a tad. I left out the nuts. It made great toast. It seemed a bit dry for sandwiches, but that is probably due to the over baking. I will try this recipe again. It was great in a grilled cheese as well.

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eBeth October 16, 2005
Oatmeal-Pecan Bread