Fresh Homemade Yeast HONEY OATMEAL BREAD

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  • Published on Feb 3, 2017
  • How to make Homemade Bread, start to finish.
    This bread has a wonderful favor and texture. Perfect for sandwiches, great for breakfast toasted or not. It is fun to make also, below are the ingredients
    Honey Oatmeal Bread
    2 cups boiling water
    1 cup old fashioned Oats
    2 TBs. melted Butter
    1 TB. salt
    1/2 cup honey
    1/3 cup water to dissolve the yeast
    2 TBs yeast granules (2 envelopes)
    5-6 cups flour
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Comments • 18

  • Dongs
    Dongs 6 months ago

    Impressive, I would trade many trinkets and semi precious stones for such baked goods found on my travels.

    • Margie's It's No Secret Candies
      Margie's It's No Secret Candies  5 months ago +1

      That is an interesting comment. I love to bake!!! and I love to eat the stuff!!!!!!!. Thank you very much for such a nice compliment. Margie

  • Kristy Kahn
    Kristy Kahn Year ago

    Your breads look so delicious Margie! 😘👍🏻 Thanks for sharing.

    • Kristy Kahn
      Kristy Kahn Year ago

      Thanks Margie! Unfortunately she passed away in 2011 and I miss her everyday. Absolutely love your videos and I can't wait to see what you've got planned to share with us for Halloween/Thanksgiving/Christmas! Will you be posting videos soon? I hope so!

    • Margie's It's No Secret Candies
      Margie's It's No Secret Candies  Year ago

      Thanks,Your doggie is cute!Margie

  • Lila & Scruffy
    Lila & Scruffy 2 years ago

    Hi Margie. Your homemade bread is perfection. Great tutorial and video. Looks so delicious. Tfs. Love your channel! :)

  • Marjorie V
    Marjorie V 2 years ago +1

    we don't scrape the bowl because dry pieces of dough won't need very well back into the dough

  • ac genie
    ac genie 2 years ago

    How come you don't scrape the bowl? What changes to the dough if you do? I love the fact that you don't need to preheat the oven!!!

    • Margie's It's No Secret Candies
      Margie's It's No Secret Candies  Year ago

      sorry this answer is sooo late, I just saw it. The bowl has little pieces of dried dough on the sides. It is just better to leave them behind. If the dry pieces get into the dough it probably won't make much of a difference, I just don't do it. I do not like the idea of little dried up pieces of dough in the bread.Thanks for the question.Margie

  • songbird7777777
    songbird7777777 2 years ago

    Looks yummy, Marjorie!

  • Noor Ali
    Noor Ali 2 years ago

    Yummy.

  • Vilisoni Taufa
    Vilisoni Taufa 2 years ago

    I've tried making bread using a homegrown sourdough starter, but I think it's a little too cold for the yeast to really take off. Anyways, this recipe looks real easy and good so I'm sure to try it! Thanks. ^_^

    • Jaci Bledsoe
      Jaci Bledsoe Year ago

      Vilisoni Taufa I live in cold country as well so while I am feedong my starter I put it in my oven with the light on. This provides enough warmth for growth. The store in your fridge until needed.

  • Anna Graeff
    Anna Graeff 2 years ago

    Looks tasty!

  • Kattie W
    Kattie W 2 years ago

    that is beautiful! im going to try this!

  • Margie's It's No Secret Candies

    This is updated version, narration added.

    • FlighTec Simulation
      FlighTec Simulation 6 months ago +1

      but u added regular flour ?? what if i want it all from Oates flour? does it also work?