Honey Oat Quick Bread

January/February 2007, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

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This honey-oat bread has a pleasant flavor and divinely moist, tender crumb. It requires minimal mixing and cleanup, calls for ingredients usually stocked in the pantry, and is tasty yet healthful.

"I've always been intimidated to make bread but this recipe looked easy, delicious and healthy- so I gave it a try.... It turned out to be all three! I was so proud of my first loaf of bread made ever, that I took pictures! It tasted...
Honey Oat Quick Bread

54 Reviews for Honey Oat Quick Bread


I tried this & my colleagues & neighbours simply love it!!! Try adding dried berries or walnuts....its even awesome!!!!


My first loaf of bread and it came out perfect. I am going to make this again soon.


this bread is amazing! super easy to make, and a great recipe for kids to help with. it looks exactly like the photo when finished! tip -- make more than one loaf, it'll get gobbled up in no time!


This was really delicious. I subbed ww pastry flour for the white fl and used 1/8 canola & 1/8 natural applesauce. My did not come out to crumbly. I made chicken soup for din and made this bread to go with. Had some toasted with honey for breakfast. Very good will def make again

Really Tasty

I didn't have high expectations for this, but I'm pretty impressed. It's so simple and quick, but it tastes like it takes much more time to make. I am really excited to try others' suggestions for add-ins: cinnamon, quinoa and brown rice flours, raisins, etc.

The only con is the texture is a bit crumby, so I can't use it for sandwiches or any substantial toppings. That isn't going to stop me from keeping this in regular rotation, though. I'm also going to try subbing half the oil for applesauce. I think this would make fantastic muffins as well.

easy to make, bakes quickly, rich taste

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