Yield: 1 loaf
|3 cups||White bread flour|
|1½ teaspoon||Dry milk|
|½ cup||Rolled oats|
|2 teaspoons||Yeast, fast rise or machine or -|
|3 teaspoons||Yeast, active dry|
Source: Electric Bread
One taste of this full-bodied white bread and you'll never call oatmeal "mush" again! The light oat taste makes it a natural for hearty morning toast. The nicely-textured bread makes fine sandwiches, too.
For added texture, add the oats after the first knead or at the beep on the fruit and nut cycle.
For additional crunch, sprinkle a few oats on top of the loaft after the final rise.
Instant oatmeal doesn't work, but quick-cooking oats do.
Use regular, rapid bake or delayed time bake cycle.
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