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Unread 03-24-2013, 12:22 AM   #1
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Smile Not Q but today I made a terrific loaf of Cinnamon Raisin Honey Oatmeal Bread

I wanted to try out my new superstone covered bread baker so I combined two of Steve’s (from Youtube’s artisanbreadwithsteve) recipes and it turned out great.
I combined Steve’s cinnamon raisin & honey oatmeal bread recipes.

3 cups flour. (I used 1 cup of whole wheat with 2 cups of white all purpose flour)
1.5 tsp. salt
1 tsp. instant yeast
2 tbsp. ground cinnamon
2 tbsp. brown sugar
1 cup moist raisins
1 cup oats. (I used 2/3 flat cut and 1/3 steel cut)
3 tbsp. honey
15 oz. water (I add 1/2 oz because of the oats)

Here are the links to Steve’s videos for those who haven’t seen them.




Here’s the dough after proofing over night



Here is the flattened dough on my floured poly board



I turned it onto itself, added some oats to the board and formed into basic loaf shape



Into parchment paper sling for a second 90 minute proofing



Didn’t have a long loaf pan so I had to improvise



After proofing



Into preheated (450 degree) superstone covered bread baker



And into 450 degree preheated oven



After 30 minute covered and 3 minutes uncovered it rolled right out of the baker



And the money shots







I was a little apprehensive combining two recipes but this turned out fantastic. Both my wife and I loved it.
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That bread Looks Yummy...thanks for posting the recipe !!
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Looks very hearty and tasty.
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Love the smell and taste of homemade bread, there's nothing like it. You did an excellent job on this!
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Lovely loaf of cinnamon raisin honey oatmeal bread! I will be making this! Thanks for the recipe!!
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Looks delicious!! I can imagine the aroma of fresh hot bread out of the oven.. makes me drool! lol
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Love the smell and taste of homemade bread, there's nothing like it. You did an excellent job on this!
Thanks. The house smelled wonderful the whole day.
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Looks heavenly!
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Very nice looking bread!

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Looks very hearty and tasty.
It is hearty with the raisins & oatmeal. 2 slices is all you'll need for the whole morning. Now if I can get my wife to make French Toast out of it I think I'll be in heaven.
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