Honey Wheat Oatmeal Bread

"Simple to put together and tastes wonderful."
 
Honey Wheat Oatmeal Bread created by Whiskerkitty
Ready In:
3hrs 10mins
Ingredients:
8
Yields:
1 loaf
Serves:
12
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ingredients

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directions

  • Put into bread pan in the order suggested by your machine's manufacturer: Set the machine for the regular white bread cycle, and if you can adjust the darkness, you don't want this to get too dark.
  • If you prefer a softer crust, easier to slice for sandwiches, then as soon as you take it out of the pan, put it right into a large plastic bag, and close tightly.
  • The hot bread will steam the crust and make it very soft.

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  1. Whiskerkitty
    Honey Wheat Oatmeal Bread Created by Whiskerkitty
  2. insulin resistant carb addict
    This bread is awesome! I purchased a bread machine two months ago and have made this at least every other day since then, tweaking the ingredients a little bit with each loaf until I finally ended up with a loaf my husband and I were both happy with. I add 4 tsp vital wheat gluten and use blackstrap molasses in place of honey, let everything process in the bread machine until the final kneading, then oil my hands before shaping the dough into a loaf in a oiled bread pan (the lighter colored pan, the better) and letting the dough rise covered for 90 minutes or more (in a cold, damp house) before baking at 350? for 36 minutes. The bread comes out dark and delicious, and we're able to slice it fairly thin without it falling apart or tearing.
     
  3. insulin resistant carb addict
    This bread is awesome! I purchased a bread machine two months ago and have made this at least every other day since then, tweaking the ingredients a little bit with each loaf until I finally ended up with a loaf my husband and I were both happy with. I add 4 tsp vital wheat gluten and use blackstrap molasses in place of honey, let everything process in the bread machine until the final kneading, then oil my hands before shaping the dough into a loaf in a oiled bread pan (the lighter colored pan, the better) and letting the dough rise covered for 90 minutes or more (in a cold, damp house) before baking at 350? for 36 minutes. The bread comes out dark and delicious, and we're able to slice it fairly thin without it falling apart or tearing.
     
  4. Alexis
    I did 2 tsp yeast, it rose up perfectly. Also used AP flour instead of Bread flour, and added in raisins. Really good bread! Soft and just sweet enough.
     
  5. Alexis
    I did 2 tsp yeast, it rose up perfectly. Also used AP flour instead of Bread flour, and added in raisins. Really good bread! Soft and just sweet enough.
     

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