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Oatmeal Country Loaf

Happy Friday! I trust alot of you have a long weekend ahead of you! Hope you find some time to relax!

Today I am sharing a recipe that I have been enjoying baking for many many¬†years! I received this recipe in the mail from Pillsbury with coupons, when they use to do that! I have made it so many times and no one gets tired of it ever! I hope it becomes a favorite of yours. For those of you thinking you can’t bake bread, this is a great way to start! It is super easy, not much to it and it starts with a box mix! I usually don’t use mixes but this one I always have on hand! Enjoy!

Blessings for a beautiful weekend! I will see you back here on Tuesday! I am going to enjoy the long weekend with my family before school starts on Tuesday! Take care.

Debbi K.

Oatmeal Country Loaf from Pillsbury

1 package Pillsbury Hot Roll Mix

1 cup quick cooking rolled oats

1 cup hot water (use tap water, let it run until it gets too hot to hold you finger under)

3 TBSP. honey

2 TBSP butter, softened

2 eggs, reserving 1 egg white

1 TBSP. water

1 TBSP quick cooking rolled oats

Grease cookie sheet. In a large bowl, combine the flour mixture with the yeast pack and 1 cup rolled oats, blend well. Stir in hot water, honey, butter and eggs until dough pulls cleanly away from sides of bowl. Turn dough onto a lightly floured surface and shape dough into a ball. Knead for 5 minutes until smooth. If you use a Kitchen Aid mixer you can let the mixer knead the dough. Cover with large bowl and let rest 5 minutes.

Shape dough into a 6 inch ball. Place on cookie sheet. In a small bowl combine 1 TBSP water and the reserved egg white, beat. Brush over loaf then sprinkle with 1 TBSP. oats. Cover and let rise 30 minutes.

Heat oven to 350. Bake 40 to 45 minutes or until light golden brown and loaf sounds hollow when lightly tapped. Remove from cookie sheet and let cool!

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