Tuesdays with Dorie: Oatmeal Breakfast Bread

August 17, 2010 at 12:06 am | Posted in breakfast things, groups, muffins/quick breads, simple cakes, sweet things, tuesdays with dorie | 22 Comments

oatmeal breakfast bread

Thank you, Natalie of Oven Love, for choosing Oatmeal Breakfast Bread for TWD!  I have dropped a couple of hints in the past that this is one recipe I’ve been itching to make…not only that, but I’m always happy when someone chooses a brekkie thing, as I kinda feel we ignore this section of the book.

I’m pleased to report that this oatmeal bread was everything I hoped it would be!  It’s really soft and nicely spiced, and completely perfect with coffee…you can cut into slices like a bread or bigger chunks like a coffee cake.  I used dried apples and pecans in mine, and baked it the night before (who wants to get up at 5am to do it, especially when it keeps so well?).  I baked a half recipe, and it took a little less time to cook than Dorie indicated for a full batch.  I can’t wait to make it again in cooler weather…a whole recipe next time, for sure!

For the recipe, see Baking: From My Home to Yours by Dorie Greenspan, or read Oven Love.  Don’t forget to check out the TWD Blogroll!


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  1. Looks gorgeous!

  2. yeah, so not getting up at 5am to do it! but looks nommy!

  3. Beautiful loaf! Thanks for baking with me. 🙂

  4. Your bread looks so delicious. I used dried apples too and we loved it at our house. I will for sure be making this one in the fall!

  5. That looks beautiful! I like making recipes from the breakfast section too; not that I was successful with this one though.

  6. I’m going to make it again in cooler weather too! But it definitely made me excited for Fall! Beautiful pic!

  7. The bread looks perfect! Love the miniature loaf.

  8. Your bread looks fantastic!

  9. yum, the addition of dried apples sounds great! i, too can’t wait to try this in cooler weather!

  10. Gorgeous bread! Nice job!!!!

  11. I remember seeing this in the book (I don’t own it), and I thought it sounded so good I wrote the recipe down. And then I never made it — so thanks for the reminder! It’s also nice to see what it looks like, because I don’t remember seeing a picture in the book; looks yummy. Thanks 🙂

  12. Looks fabulous…you win this week for sure…this is the best looking bread I can imagine.

  13. Beautiful loaf. You make it sound and look fabulous.

  14. yum, that looks delicious. I made mine into muffins but loved how incredibly moist they were

  15. This is really going to be a good healthy breakfast for my family on the go. I love to make something that we can just grab before we run out the door in the mornings. Thanks for the recipe and idea.

  16. Love the picture. LOVE IT! And I was absolutely surprised at how wonderful this recipe is. So good. 🙂

  17. This looks great! I loved having a breakfast receipe too!

  18. I’m down with the breakfast choices too

  19. Oh, this is so much better than a typical boring old breakfast! And it looks so pretty too!

  20. Loved this bread. So moist and delicious. Love the nuts and stuff on top of yours. Looks nice and thick.

  21. It looks perfect and rustic with the oats sprinkled on top. Love it 🙂

  22. So glad I encountered this recipe. Am needing to use up 1kg of oats somehow, and I reckon this oatmeal bread is next on the list! Thanks 🙂

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