Tuesday, August 17, 2010

TWD - Oatmeal Breakfast Bread

This week, Natalie of Oven Love chose Oatmeal Breakfast Bread from page 44 of Dorie Greenspan's "Baking: From My Home to Yours." You can also find the recipe on Natalie's blog. This recipe was simple and delicious and best of all ... I had all the ingredients in my pantry! Perfect for last minute baking! I followed the recipe as written except that I made 4 muffins and 5 mini bread loaves. I doubled up on the topping since I'd have more surface area to cover and I didn't want to skimp on the crunchy top.

Please be sure to check out the rest of the TWD Bakers to see their versions of this bread.

16 comments:

Sabrina said...

Those muffins look delicious. I love your pretty tea cup set. Very pretty.

Natalie said...

Very pretty muffins! Thanks so much for baking with me this week. :)

Pamela said...

This one was a surprise to me. I didn't think it would be so good. Love that tea cup, by the way!

Mary said...

Great idea to make muffins! They look wonderful.
:)

Shandy said...

The muffins look so Delicious! Love the doubling of topping too.

Jeannette said...

Oh that muffin looks fantastic and that mini loaf looks like the perfect breakfast treat!!

sarahe said...

yum! i did 5 mini loaves too--so good!

Jennifer said...

Gorgeous tea cup AND bread!

Les rêves d'une boulangère (Brittany) said...

I've seen people's different variation on this recipe; yours looks extremely scrumptious too! I love the crumbly topping...

Judy said...

Muffins seem to be the popular choice with this bread. They look great. I will definitely have to try them next time.

spike. said...

what more could want beyond a simple and delish recipe?

TeaLady said...

Looks delicious. Next time I make muffins.

Jacque said...

Mmm, yummy! I wish I had one of those little cupcakes right now. Nice job!

Beth said...

What great food photos. You really make the bread look delicious!

Leslie said...

These look so good! I think you went in the right direction with this...muffins and tea loaves would bake more evenly.

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