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Oat Bread

Oat Bread created by Outta Here

This is a heavy, crusty bread and is great lightly toasted and served with almost anything. Especially good with a bowl of soup! The original recipe is from Oat Cuisine cookbook that I have had for years.

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  • Spray a non-stick loaf pan with cooking spray.
  • In a large bowl, combine the dry ingredients and mix well with a wire whisk.
  • In a small bowl combine the lemon juice and milk.
  • Let sit for 1 minute.
  • Add honey to soured milk and then add to dry ingredients.
  • Mix until all ingredients are moistened.
  • Pour mixture into prepared pan.
  • Smooth top lightly with back of spoon if desired and sprinkle with sesame seeds.
  • Bake 35 minutes or until crusty and brown.
  • Remove to a wire rack and cool.
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"This is a heavy, crusty bread and is great lightly toasted and served with almost anything. Especially good with a bowl of soup! The original recipe is from Oat Cuisine cookbook that I have had for years."
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  1. CaramelPie
    We enjoyed this. I did use 2 cups whole wheat flour instead of 1 whole wheat and 1 all-purpose. I also used buttermilk instead of the lemon juice & milk. Mine baked in 35 minutes and sliced easily. Thanks.
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  2. CaramelPie
    We enjoyed this. I did use 2 cups whole wheat flour instead of 1 whole wheat and 1 all-purpose. I also used buttermilk instead of the lemon juice & milk. Mine baked in 35 minutes and sliced easily. Thanks.
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  3. Outta Here
    Oat Bread Created by Outta Here
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  4. Outta Here
    I guess ovens vary! I cooked it just 35 minutes, and it turned out great. Nice, chewy crust and dense but moist inside, just the way I like it. Great with soup. Will try toasting a slice tomorrow. Don't skip the sesame seed ( I used black), they give it an extra layer of flavor! Thanks for posting this, Paula!
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  5. ladypit
    I too had to cook it much longer. More like 50 minutes. And dh thought it smelled bad while cooking. But the result was a thick, chewy, tasty loaf of bread that was wonderful with soup. Not a pretty bread. Think of it as "rustic"! One that you pull hunks off of instead of cutting into pretty slices. But great dunked into soup.
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