• Honey Nut Oatmeal Bread Machine Mix

    Honey Nut Oatmeal Bread mix is a deliciously moist bread with a dense texture of rich hearty oats. A hearty bread with a sweet aroma that is perfect for flavorful sandwiches or french toast.

    You'll Need:

    1 cup oats
    1/2 cup whole wheat flour
    1 1/2 cups bread flour*
    1 teaspoon salt
    1/2 cup chopped walnuts

    Combine all of the ingredients in a ziploc bag, mixing well to combine. Write the following instructions on the bag:

    Remaining Wet Ingredients:
    1 cup water (80F) or the temperature recommended by your bread machine model
    2 tablespoons vegetable or walnut oil
    2 tablespoons honey


    To Make bread:
    Pour water, oil and honey (80F) into the bread machine pan
    Gently dump the contents of the bread machine mix onto the water
    add 2 Tbs butter (or margarine) to the corners of the bread pan on top of the flour mix.
    In the center of the mix, make a small well, add 1 1/2 tsp Bread Machine/ Fast Rise Yeast


    Set the bread machine to the Basic (1.5 pound) loaf, with the desired bread crust color of your choice (light, med, dark).


    *Bread Flour- Bread flour contains more gluten than regular all purpose flour. However, you can use all purpose flour in its place if you also add 1 tsp of Vital Wheat Gluten PER Cup of flour. So for 3 cups of all purpose flour you would also add 3 tsp of gluten. For 4 cups of all purpose flour, you would add 4 tsp of gluten. Wheat gluten is available in the baking aisle of most grocery stores (usually above the flour). It comes in a small box and should be stored in the fridge for increased longevity.

    Bread Machine Note:
    The Bread machine that I used for the bread is the West Bend High Rise (dual paddle) model. Although this recipe should work fine in any Bread Machine.

    Don't have a Bread machine?- Here are the directions for making it by hand or by a mixer.
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    Comments 1 Comment
    1. bleedingace's Avatar
      bleedingace -
      Budget101,

      OK this is now my families favorite bread! I added just a little extra honey. I can never make enough of this. Because we like it so much I pre-made about 6 mixes. Maybe that will last a month.

      Thanks,
      BleedingAce


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