Friday, January 14, 2011

Magazine Monday (on a Friday) #73: Molasses Oat Bread

I'm trying hard to get back into making my own breads, just to keep my grocery bills low and to help me feel productive. For the last few weeks, I've managed to do this, and I'm also making two at a time so I can freeze one for later, too.

I came across this recipe for Molasses Oat Bread in the November 2010 issue of Canadian Living Magazine, in a segment on bread machine breads. I didn't use a bread machine, of course, just my regular method.

I'm not the biggest molasses fan in the world, but I fancied it for some reason. And it turned out quite well in the end. I didn't have any whole wheat flour on hand, so I just used white. It's sweet but not overly so, and will be just fine with a nice bit of ham & Swiss cheese!

6 comments:

DEZMOND said...

looks nice, Coyote, do you maybe have some recipe for a salty bread but without yeast and eggs?

Wandering Coyote said...

I don't have any yeast-free breads, but check the "quick breads" link for biscuits & things like that.

Wandering Coyote said...

Here: http://retorte.blogspot.com/search/label/quick%20breads

DEZMOND said...

Bookmarked :) Thanks, Alyson, I especially liked the Buttermilk Biscuits I think I will try those definitely!

Future Grown-Up said...

That looks delicious...I should start baking bread. Punching down the dough would be great for my stress levels!

Nina said...

Your bread looks wonderful! Nicely done. Great idea on making 2 at a time!!

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