Kitchenaid Honey Oatmeal Bread

"Posted per request. Comes straight from my KitchenAid Owners Manual."
 
Kitchenaid Honey Oatmeal Bread created by Midnight Sun Chef
Ready In:
2hrs 10mins
Ingredients:
11
Yields:
2 loaves
Serves:
32
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ingredients

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directions

  • Place water, honey, and margarine in small saucepan.
  • Heat over low heat until mixture is very warm (120-130°F).
  • Place 5 cups flour, oats, salt and yeast in mixer bowl.
  • Mix with dough hook on speed 2 (low) about 15 seconds.
  • Continue mixing, gradually adding warm water mixture and mix for 1 minute.
  • Add eggs and mix 1 minute longer.
  • Still on speed 2, add remaining flour, 1/2 cup at a time, and mix about 2 minutes, or until dough clings to hook and cleans side of bowl.
  • Knead on speed 2 about 2 minutes longer.
  • Place dough in greased bowl, turning to grease top.
  • Cover.
  • Let rise in warm place, free from draft, about 1 hour, or until doubled.
  • Punch dough down and divide in half.
  • Shape each half into a loaf.
  • Place in greased 8 1/2 x 4 1/2 x 2 1/2 inch baking pan.
  • Beat egg white and water together with a fork.
  • Brush top of loaves with mixture.
  • Sprinkle with oatmeal.
  • Bake at 375°F for 40 minutes.
  • Remove from pans immediately and cool on wire racks.

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  1. Susan M.
    I loved that it was easy to make and it looked great but I did find that two packs of yeast made the bread taste too yeasty. I will make it again but cut back on the yeast. If anyone has had a similar experience I would like to hear about it. I typically make four loaf batches of bread that only require two packages of yeast and there is never a 'yeasty' taste.
     
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  2. Sheryl R.
    This is a great recipe, but it comes out a little dense unless you let it have a second rise in the pans. I baked 1 loaf right away and the other i let rise for an hour. The loaf I let rise had a fluffier texture, was larger, and is more suitable for sandwiches. Both loaves have a fantastic taste, and if you like denser bread, don't bother with the second rise!
     
  3. Lucky in Bayview
    I really like this bread. My only issues were that it didn't rise in the pan and was too crusty, even after putting it in the bag to cool. Next time I'll try baking it at 350 instead of 375. Thanks for posting!
     
  4. closet chef in ma
    This bread was fantastic! The only change I made was to make it with half wheat flour. Crispy crust, fluffy texture and wonderful flavor. Thank you for my new favorite bread recipe!
     
  5. trisheeme963
    Thank you so much! This is my all time favorite oat bread recipe. I lost my kitchenaid cookbook several years ago. The bread dough is rising now :) Merry Christmas!
     

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