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TWD: Oatmeal Breakfast Bread

Mmmm...Oatmeal Breakfast Bread.  It just sounds all warm and yummy, doesn't it?  Natalie of Oven Love chose this week's Tuesdays with Dorie recipe. 

This is a quick bread and I loved how, well, quick it was to put together.  I know, welcome to the Department of Redundancy Department.  :) 

Anyway, with oatmeal, raisins and applesauce in the bread, and brown sugar, cinnamon and pecans for the topping, it makes a great treat for the morning...or the afternoon.  My loaf turned out super moist.  It almost reminded me of a bread pudding.  It was tough, but I let it cool as much as I could stand before cutting a slice.  It was definitely easier to slice once it cooled completely. 

The Munchkin wouldn't try it, but Sprout and I loved it.  I sent a few slices to my parents, and they both enjoyed it as well.  I can definitely see myself making this again. 

If you'd like the recipe, hop on over to read Natalie's post (I just love the little oven at the top of her blog!) and be sure to check out what the other TWD bakers did with this week's selection!

Enjoy!  :)


Natalie said…
Glad it was a hit for you- thanks for baking with me! (the little oven is my favorite, too. :) )
Jennifer said…
This bread was such a hit-yours looks great!
Shandy said…
Your loaf looks delicious! Glad your family enjoyed it (except for one =). . . ). We loved the breakfast bread too.
Katrina said…
Nice, yummy loaf of bread!

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