Homemade Whole Wheat Honey Oat Bread

For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven.

I get a real satisfaction out of making all of the food for our family. There’s nothing like the feeling for me when I know my family is enjoying something that I made. This homemade whole wheat honey oat bread is a staple in our house, and we eat a LOT of bread.


We easily go through 2 or 3 of these loaves in a week with my husband taking sandwiches to work, my kids and me eating it for breakfast many mornings, for grilled cheese sandwiches at lunchtime, and for garlic bread most nights for dinner. Just writing about it makes me want to go get a slice or two slathered in my homemade mixed berry jam.

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At one point I would have been intimidated by the use of yeast and letting bread rise, but I have plenty to do with my time while I’m waiting on the timer to go off. This bread is just about no effort at all for delicious bread for my family all week long. And I normally make two batches of this at a time to maximize my time and effort.

If you’re worried about cost, a normal loaf of bread is a couple dollars at the very most. Each of these loaves of bread is well under $1 each as the most expensive item is the flour (because I’m using so much) and I can get it on sale for just a couple bucks a bag. You are saving a great deal of money making them yourself.

I love this recipe!

For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven. For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven.

Add 2 cups of your flour, the salt, and the yeast to a large bowl, and heat up the milk for about 2 minutes.

For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven. For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven.

Heat up the honey and coconut oil for about 1 minute and mix them into the heated milk.

For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven. For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven.

Now pour this mixture into your flour and stir to mix in.

For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven. For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven.

Next mix in your oats.

For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven. For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven.

Finally add in your gluten (yes, it’s organic) and the rest of your flour. Mix as well as you can with a spoon and then get your hands in there to mix it up.

For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven. For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven.

When mixed as much as possible, turn it out onto a clean surface and knead it until it’s well mixed, soft and smooth.

For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven. For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven.

Put it back in the bowl, cover it with a towel, and let it rest for 45 minutes so it can rise.

For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven. For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven.

After 45 minutes, uncover it, split it into two pieces and drop them into your bread loaf pans. I put it on the counter and cut it in half with a large knife. Cover them again and leave them for 30 minutes this time. This allows the gluten to work to give you soft, fluffy bread.

For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven. For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven.

After the time is up, slide them into a preheated oven and bake for 35 minutes.

 For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven.For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven.

Let cool, slide out of their pans with the parchment paper, and slice. To store, slide them into storage bags and keep them in the freezer until ready.

For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven.

With a high quality bread knife, this makes fantastic sandwich bread.

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Ingredients

4 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
1 small package (2 1/4 tablespoons) Active Dry yeast
2 cups milk
1/3 cup honey
1/4 cup coconut oil
1 tablespoon pink Himalayan salt
1/2 cup oats
2 tablespoons vital wheat gluten (find it at an organic grocery store)

Instructions

-Pour 2 cups of flour, the salt and yeast into a large mixing bowl.
-In a small bowl, heat your milk for about 2 minutes in the microwave, or until warm on the stove.
-In another small bowl, heat your honey and coconut oil for about 1 minute and then mix it into your milk. You could also just combine the three ingredients on the stove.
-Pour your milk mixture into the mixing bowl and stir to combine all ingredients.
-Add in oats and mix.
-And finally, add in your gluten and the rest of your flour.

Before you freak out. Gluten in and of itself is not bad for you. It’s the chemicals and pesticides in conventional gluten that your body is reacting to. Make sure to purchase organic vital wheat gluten if you choose to add it.

-Mix all of your ingredients together with a spoon, but eventually you’ll need to get your hands dirty.
-When mixed, turn it out onto a clean surface and knead it until all ingredients are mixed in and your dough becomes soft and smooth.
-Pop it back into the bowl and cover it. Let it rest for 45 minutes to rise. (You can make another batch while you’re waiting.)
-Preheat your oven to 375 degrees F and line two loaf pans with parchment paper.
-When the time is up, uncover it, cut it into two pieces.
-Drop them into your loaf pans, cover them and let them rest again for another 30 minutes. This allows the gluten in your bread to work create soft, fluffy bread.
-At the end of 30 minutes, uncover your bread and slide it into the oven. Bake for 35 minutes.
-After it’s baked, let them cool.
-Then pull them out of the loaf pans by the parchment paper and slice.

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If you have a high quality bread knife, this bread makes excellent sandwich bread. If you find yourself making a lot of bread, it’s an excellent investment. It also makes excellent toast in the morning with a heavy smear of jam.

If you’ve ever had homemade bread, you know that there’s nothing that tastes quite like bread made in your own oven at home. And for relatively cheap, you can make yourself several batches of bread to keep in the freezer until you’re ready to use it.

This bread can be used in any way that you would use store bought bread; garlic bread, toast, sandwiches, bread crumbs, french toast, bread pudding, etc. If you find a really delicious way to use this bread, let me know. I’m always looking for great recipes to serve my family.

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For pennies on the dollar, you can make your own homemade whole wheat honey oat bread quickly and easily with relatively little effort. You don't even need a fancy bread machine to make it. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that I can make the bread right in the oven.

 


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