11 Ratings
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If you like the flavor of oats, you will enjoy this. Oat flour is just oatmeal ground into flour. As a result the bread can be a little more chewy than others. You can't use a lot of oat flour in a bread if you are using yeast. Generally no more than 1/3 of the wheat flour can be substituted with oat flour.

Ross
prep:
10 mins
cook:
3 hrs
total:
3 hrs 50 mins
additional:
40 mins
Servings:
10
Max Servings:
10
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Ingredients

Directions

  • In a bowl, mix together the whole wheat flour, all-purpose flour, and oat flour until thoroughly combined. In a separate bowl, stir together the yeast, warm water, and sugar until the sugar has dissolved, and let the yeast mixture stand until a layer of foam forms on the top, about 10 minutes.

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  • Pour the yeast mixture into the pan of a bread machine, and add the flour mixture on top of the yeast. Place the butter along one side of the pan, and spoon the salt on the other side of the pan (flour mixture is in center). Set the machine to the White Bread setting and Normal time, and turn on the machine.

  • After baking, allow the bread to cool on rack before slicing.

Nutrition Facts

157.69 calories; 4.77 g protein; 28.67 g carbohydrates; 3.26 g fat; 6.11 mg cholesterol; 134.99 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


Reviews (11)

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Bailey
05/11/2011
This makes a great soft chewy bread. No crusty outside here. The oat flour doesn't have its usual nutty flavor in this bread like I expected it to but it's a good carrier for butter jelly deli meat etc. My bread machine doesn't have a "normal" time setting because it's based on the size and color of loaf (even on the White Bread setting). I chose 1.5 pounds and light crust. Turned out perfect. Thanks also for the tip about substituting oat flour in yeast breads!
(19)

Most helpful critical review

Anna
08/07/2011
My husband made this first and it turned out as a lump of flour then I tried it twice with no better result. Maybe there is something wrong with our ingredients but this is the only bread maker recipe I have tried that has turned out like this.
(10)
11 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 5
  • 4 Rating Star 3
  • 1 Rating Star 2
  • 2 Rating Star 1
Bailey
05/11/2011
This makes a great soft chewy bread. No crusty outside here. The oat flour doesn't have its usual nutty flavor in this bread like I expected it to but it's a good carrier for butter jelly deli meat etc. My bread machine doesn't have a "normal" time setting because it's based on the size and color of loaf (even on the White Bread setting). I chose 1.5 pounds and light crust. Turned out perfect. Thanks also for the tip about substituting oat flour in yeast breads!
(19)
rcryder
11/11/2011
Smells heavenly and nice texture. I did have to add at least 1/4 cup more water however. Not a big deal since I always check the ratio when it's kneading. I also added 1 tbsp. gluten.
(10)
Anna
08/07/2011
My husband made this first and it turned out as a lump of flour then I tried it twice with no better result. Maybe there is something wrong with our ingredients but this is the only bread maker recipe I have tried that has turned out like this.
(10)
witchywoman
06/17/2011
I didn't make this in a bread machine. I made rolls for pulled pork with this recipe. I have to say that the bread was delicious but not what I was looking for as far as pulled pork. I definately will be making this again so I can slice it up and make toast in the morning with it. Fantastic recipe thanks for submitting it!
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Longstmredrose
09/03/2012
I made this under the dough setting but I changed the recipe some. I did 1 cup wheat flour and 1 and half cups bread flour instead of all purpose flour. I them had it raise in the pan before baking it the oven. I brushed the top with a egg white butter mix. It came out great. I put the ingredients in the pan just as I do any bread machine recipe not like it tells you to. I hope this helps someone!
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mbally28
03/30/2012
We followed the recipe for the most part but used oat bran instead of oat flour and added an extra 1/4 cup of water. It turned out great! We put the bread machine on 1.5 pound loaf and medium crust. We recommend light crust because while perfectly fine it would be even better with a slightly less crispy crust. Also once the dough ball started we poured in about a tablespoon and a half of honey. Great recipe. Perfect bread for slicing.
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biggie.savings
11/18/2012
This recipe was easy and delicious! It helped that I already had all the ingredients. I used the oven to bake the bread instead of the bread machine - still delicious! Made a few extra for the freezer too. Thanks for sharing!
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Originaltatie
05/28/2012
Try it twice and twice it turn not good. The bread don't leaving up it's like a brick. I'll do it in Breadmaker and the second time I try it I put more yeast: same results. I won't try another time!
Katrina
04/24/2013
We ground our own oat flour in the Vita Mix for this and used wheat flour for the rest. Plus like another reviewer suggested we added a little extra water and a teaspoon of vital wheat gluten. Also we substituted brown sugar for the white sugar since that's what we had. The result is delicious! I braided the bread just for fun so it looked truly artisan.