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

55 Reviews for Honey Oat Quick Bread


I made this to go along with soup and it was excellent! I think I'll use all wheat flour next time and omit the white altogether. Delicious!


Loved this! I subbed applesauce for oil and added raisins. I now make a bread like this every Sunday along with a dozen boiled eggs and my family has access to quick breakfast all week long.


I love this bread. I made vegetarian chili tonight, and this to go with it. No complaints at all, and followed the recipe as it. I have the added benefit of my father being a local beekeeper, so I get local honey too. He'd be glad to know I baked with some of his honey.


This bread is delicious! Definitely will become a staple in my recipe collection

Also: Be wary about the comment to substitute coconut oil. Yes it's a more natural oil than canola; however, it's naturally high in saturated fats. Coconut oil inhibits the properties of HDL cholesterol (the good kind!) If you want to cut down on oil, try using 1/2 oil and 1/2 applesauce- or use a healthier oil such as olive oil.


I made a number of substitutions to this and it turned out very good. I used almond flour instead of the all-purpose, olive oil instead of canola, and vanilla yogurt instead of plain (because I didn't have any plain on hand), and I sprinkled sliced almonds on the top along with the oats. Very tasty.

Sarah, St. Louis, MO


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