Several years ago, on one of my weekly visits to Goodwill, I found a brand new Williams-Sonoma Bread Machine on one of the shelves. I was delighted because I had given my old (smaller) bread machine to my brother-in-law when my kids were little.
The William Sonoma machine makes a really large loaf , has some attractive settings, and is a quality machine. I make my share of breads and scones by hand, but there is nothing like throwing all of the ingredients into the pan before going to bed and waking up to the smell of freshly baked bread.
This recipe is one of our favorites. You can use white bread flour or wheat flour…I was low on wheat flour this week so I mixed white and wheat. My kids load it up with crunchy peanut butter and homemade jam. This makes a hefty loaf that is sure to please.
Honey and Oats Bread
1 cup water, mild temp.
1 tablespoon canola oil
1/4 cup honey
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup old fashioned rolled oats
2 cups bread flour
1 teaspoon active dry yeast
Place ingredients in the bread pan in the order suggested by the manufacturer. Select the basic or light crust setting, press start.
5 thoughts on “Honey and Oats Bread”
Homemade bread is the BEST! My own favorite also has honey and oats in it – I think they are bread magic! Pretty jealous of your WS bread machine. 🙂
I found my bread machine at Goodwill, Veronica. I’ve also seen plenty at various garage sales. Keep an eye out for a good one with lots of options! Thanks for your comment!☺️
I know, that’s why I’m extra jealous! I never find such good stuff at Goodwill…but I do need to go to more garage sales – you can get such good deals at them.
I made this bread today and it is delicious! ! So glad to have a new favorite recipe.
Wow, I’m so glad you were able to try it! Thanks for visiting my blog and for leaving such a great comment!