Molasses Oat Bread
Total TimePrep: 20 min. + rising Bake: 45 min. + cooling
Makes3 loaves (16 slices each)
This is my go to recipe for molasses bread - everyone loves it and asks for it. The only thing I change is to double the yeast. Just finished making 6 loaves for gifts, plus 7 other loaves. I love making bread, buy 30 - 50 lbs of bread flour at a time and give it all away.
This is a large enough recipe that you have enough bread for gifts and have one for yourself! The bread is awesome!
I just made this, it is delicious and easy to make. I used quick rise yeast so I only had to rise one time and I worked great.
We love this bread. I give it as gifts at Christmastime. People really like it. It freezes well.
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This recipe makes bread that is very satisfying and goes a long way toward reviving one who is hungry and feeling down. The smell of the bread baking is also a huge advantage over other recipes. It does not last long enough to get old.
This is very good bread and I?ll make it again. Be aware, however, it does make three loaves. So make sure you have plenty of help eating it! Once they taste it, you?ll have no problem finding volunteers.
So good!I made this bread today- its delicious! It reminds me of the bread they serve at our local Black Angus- I spilt the recipe in half and made four small round loaves on a cookie sheet. I also sprinkled a few oats on the top before baking. I enjoyed some right out the oven- great stuff!
Leftovers are so good, toasted and with butter and honey spread on top.
This is the best bread I've ever eaten. I modified to make 2 loaves, and one was gone as soon as it left the oven.