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    I started with a recipes from Fat Free Baking & changed it a little. It is good for a breakfast bread, but you need to be careful that it doesn't get dried out.

    Recipe #53952

    3 Reviews |  By Goblu75

    From The Vista Verde Ranch, Steamboat Springs, CO Courtesy of The Great Ranch Cookbook, by Gwen Ashley Walters I make this bread last night (1/13/03). It is great! My husband bought this cookbook for me on our honeymoon at Elk Mountain Ranch (also featured in the book) & this is one of the first recipes I have tried. I only have a couple of thoughts to add. One, just so that no one else makes the same mistake I did. You need to make the oatmeal per the directions on the package & add the butter to that & add it to the yeast hot. I for whatever reason thought they meant just the rolled oats. So I heated the oats & the butter in the micro & dumped it in & ended up with a really dry lump after only adding the first 3 cups of flour. So I realized my mistake & started over. The second thought is you don't have to add the glaze. I didn't & it turned out wonderful. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #51724

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