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...
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53 Reviews for Honey Oat Quick Bread


This was very good. I am on a Dr. prescribed low fat/low sodium diet, so I substituted two egg whites for the whole egg, olive oil for the canola, used all whole wheat flour, and cut the salt down to 1/2 teasp.

It was so easy I will definitely be making this again! I can even see myself making it in muffin tins and keeping them in the freezer so I have something easy to grab to go with my low fat/low sodium soup for lunch.


I made a few changes, and the bread came out wonderfully! I combined white whole wheat flour & whole wheat pastry flour, subbed in 2 Tbsp brown sugar for the honey, and used low-fat buttermilk (which made the bread taste like biscuits!). Moist, flavorful, and great for breakfast, lunch and/or dinner.


This was my first attempt at bread, that didn't involve a bread machine... and it turned out great! I always sub sugar free apple sauce for oil in my baking, so I made that change. It did seem to take longer to bake than I expected, but that could have been me being paranoid and overcooking it. But still, absolutely delicious, and made an awesome breakfast with a little apple butter. Will be making again very soon.


Very moist bread, and so easy to make since it doesn't involve yeast/rising process. I added 3 mashed bananas to the yogurt honey mix and cinnamon to the dry ingredients. Turned out absolutely declious!


This bread is absolutely delicious! Love it! I'm used to make the traditional loaf of bread with yeast, and all the kneading and waiting time it implies, so I was kinda skeptical about this. But I tried it anyways and I'm very happy with the results: it's moist and it tastes amazing :)


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