honey oat bread

I’ve been feeling a little inspired to bake some bread. Especially since little elodie will be doing some breadmaking each week at her new playgroup. And bread is so easy in the thermomix. It kneads it in a couple of minutes.

So I pulled out my Thermomix book and made the seeded loaf without the seeds. Delicious. Retro daddy decided to walk into the house at just the right time- I’d just pulled the loaf out of the oven and cut a slice for myself. And you’ll have to excuse that there are a couple of instagram photos as I hadn’t intended to blog it but oh it was so good I had to share!

And of course bread is best eaten hot with some butter on it……….ok, well I actually put nuttelex which is a dairy free spread on everything and it was so good. And this was also delicious toasted for breakfast and I was feeling all earth mothery as I made keira’s sandwich using it today. 

This is definitely one to make and if you haven’t made bread before or need to get back into it I think this is the one. Now the recipe says put it in a 20cm square tin but I’m thinking I might use a loaf tin next time…..I’ll report back.

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honey oat bread
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Recipe type: Baking
Serves: 16
What you'll need
  • 500g bakers flour (I use Lighthouse brand)
  • 1 sachet dry yeast
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 50g oats
  • 1-2Tbsp honey
  • 30g Olive oil
  • 500g lukewarm water
  1. Place all of the ingredients in your thermomix bowl. With dial on closed lid, knead for 2½ minutes on interval speed (that's the little wheat sign).
  2. You can also do the kneading in a Kitchen Aid or using your good old hands. Just combine all the ingredients in a bowl and mix well then knead on a lightly floured board. It's a very sticky mixture and you want it to stay sticky so don't go overboard with the flour.
  3. Place the mixture in a 20cm square baking tin/dish (I lined mine with baking paper or you can grease it) and leave it in a warm spot with a clean tea towel over the top to rise. About 30 minutes. The dough should have risen to the top of your tin
  4. Sprinkle about a Tablespoon of oats over the top.
  5. Bake in a 200C/400F oven for about 40 minutes. It will look lovely and golden and when you tap the top of the loaf it will sound hollow.
  6. Leave in the tin for about 5 minutes then remove and slice and eat.


  1. It looks delicious Corrie! Thanks for sharing the recipe xxx

  2. Love it! Love the photos, makes me hungry. My Thermomix want to get busy now 😉

  3. I made this Monday night after work (so quick and easy in the tmx) it tastes wonderful! I made it in a loaf tin and it turned out beautifully.
    Thanks for sharing the recipe Corrie.

  4. Natalie Earl says:

    I love this recipe and also just used a large loaf tin, it rises really high but tastes so delicious. I haven’t tried it without the extra seeds before though as my children like all the different ones that are in there. Good to know it still works without them though as I am often prone to running out of things like that :)

  5. Too easy! Thanks for the recipe. I used the kitchenaid to mix the dough. I was a bit worried because the mixture looked very wet. However, it turned out perfectly. The kids and I are having an early lunch now. Yum.

  6. Looks good, cant’ wait to try it out. How many grams is 1 sachet of dry yeast?

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