P&Q: Oatmeal Breakfast Bread

I love oatmeal on cold snowy mornings. Oatmeal breakfast bread sounds lovely for a scorching, humid summer morning. ;)

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24 thoughts on “P&Q: Oatmeal Breakfast Bread

    • Sophia, applesauce is very easy to make at home. Peel, core, and chop apples, put them in a pot with just enough water to cover them (you don’t want too much water because it will make the applesauce runny) and bring to a boil then let simmer until the apples are soft enough to mash with a spoon. If you like the sauce to have texture, simply mash the apples with a spoon. If you want a smooth sauce you can puree it in the food processor. You can do this with pears too! Hope this helps!

  1. I love this recipe – probably my favourite so far!! I made mine into muffins (’cause I can’t find my loaf tin), and they are sooooooo good, I am not sharing this week :)

  2. omg this was great! i thought it was going to be boring but oh my, how delish. i used rum soaked raisins and spiced apple butter in place of the applesauce. i have an addiction to spices obviously. they remind me of winter and christmas. oh happy day.

  3. A big fail for me! It tested done, but when I turned it out it fell apart, revealing a gaping hole, full of uncooked batter. Dang. The edges tasted good, though. I used figs, cardamom and almonds.

  4. This is delicious! SO good. I made my own apple sauce since you can’t easily buy unsweetened apple sauce in the UK. I think I will have to make this recipe twice!

  5. I made two versions and used an 8×8 square baking pan, it was like a coffee cake and had RAVE reviews from those who tasted it.
    I made one with applesauce as written with walnuts to replace the dried fruit.
    The other I replaced the applesauce with banana and added chocolate chips. STINKIN’ good.

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