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04/25/2012

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Dessert By Candy

Gorgeous loaves! Love the tweaks you made though the first attempt with the sesame look adorably rustic. :) I think I'll try it this weekend.

Jen

Haha the picture with the cat and the dog in the background says it all- cats rule!

Kris Mullen (@munchinwithmunchkin)

Bread always sticks to my pans too! I have yet to manage a perfect looking loaf. By the way, Wellington is adorable. I love his smug look at the dog.

Amanda @ Once Upon a Recipe

These look like delicious loaves! I have not experimented much with baking bread but it is certainly on my list. I love the use of oats and buttermilk in this recipe!

Cassie

Making this recipe next! Looks delicious!

Emma

Cats rule for sure - the dog is missing out on great yard time just to flirt with the cat:)

Next time I bake bread I'll try an oat variety - I don't think I've ever made oat bread before!

tigerfish

I wish I were that cat! At least I get to smell homemade freshly baked bread :P, esp when it is so wholesome.

Rigel_p

I do love a good sprinkling of Wellington. Doing what cats do best...giving the cold shoulder. If I was him I would have hopped on the table and ran off with a piece of your toast. It just looks so irresistible, especially with gifted jam. It's the best kind.

Paula

Great looking bread and cat! Great tip about making bread with oats too.

Becs @ Lay the table

Oh man I hate it when bread hurts my feelings!

Baking Serendipity

I love how large those loaves got when they baked! Oatmeal in bread sounds so, so good. Like the perfect vehicle for breakfast toast :)

erin @ yummy supper

Stephanie, your breads always looks amazing! I am wondering if you've ever experimented with gluten-free grains? I have been hesitant to start from scratch being that I am not a bread making kind of gal. But I am dying for someone who really knows bread (hint hint) to come up with something delectable and gf. Just a thought;)
Have a great week,
E

Jessica @ bake me away!

Wow, those loaves are beautiful, and look at that crumb! haha, I was going to ask if you preferred/recommended the glass pans, but it sounds like they're a bit of a pain. I love Wellington's expressions.

Maggie Muggins

It's been forever since I've made any oatmeal bread! I can't get over how tall yours rose. So yummy looking.
Wellington is the cutest, I love the look of annoyance on his face.

Linda

I've never made or eaten oatmeal bread and seeing yours is inspiring. It looks delicious. Thanks for the inspiration!

p.s. I love that you included a photo of a previous attempt - it's so endearing (and encouraging to wannabe bread bakers like me)!

sheelbeel

I'm so glad I stumbled across this recipe! I'm always so jealous of my mom's breadmaker - but you've shown me I can do it without one. Thank you so much!!

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Carol

I've made this loaf a ton of times since you posted the recipe, and I find I get better results in my cold, drafty house when I use two teaspoons of instant yeast instead of 1.5.

Thanks for the recipe! It's our to-go bread for the weekdays

Kathryn G

This is now our favorite bread recipe! Mine doesn't spring as tall as yours, but I also add extra flour because I hate dealing with sticky dough. Thanks for the recipe

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