Maple Oat Bread with Cinnamon Swirl

Maple Oat Bread with Cinnamon Swirl at The Happy Housewife

This bread is so delicious, I made it for French toast, but it tastes quite good with some butter and a glass of milk. There are three variations of this bread. The first would be to omit the swirl. Second, follow swirl directions but instead of using butter, brown sugar and cinnamon, just use cinnamon. The third option is the one below. This bread is very, very sweet, and I would recommend using the butter/sugar swirl combination if you plan on cooking the bread a second time, either in a casserole or French toast.

Maple Oat Bread with Cinnamon Swirl
 
Ingredients
Bread Dough
  • 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons lukewarm water
  • 2½ teaspoons instant yeast
  • 1 tablespoon maple syrup
  • 4 tablespoons unsalted butter (softened)
  • 1½ cups rolled oats, ground to a powder (use a blender or food processor)
  • ¾ cup whole wheat flour
  • 1 teaspoon gluten
  • 1 teaspoon orange juice
  • 2 cups all purpose flour
  • 3 tablespoons brown sugar
  • ½ teaspoon maple flavoring
  • 1¼ teaspoon salt
Swirl
  • 4 tablespoons butter
  • ⅓ cup brown sugar
  • cinnamon
Instructions
  1. Combine all the dough ingredients.
  2. Knead until the dough is soft.
  3. Let rise until the dough has doubled.
  4. Once the dough has risen, roll out as thin as possible. The thinner the dough, the more swirls.
  5. Melt the butter and mix with brown sugar.
  6. Spread on the bread dough.
  7. Sprinkle with cinnamon.
  8. Roll up, like a cinnamon roll, making sure to seal the edges.
  9. Place roll in a loaf pan making sure to tuck the ends down.
  10. Let the dough rise for another 1½ hours or until doubled.
  11. Bake in 350 degree oven for 30-40 minutes. After 20 minutes tent with foil to keep the crust from burning.
  12. Slice and serve.
Notes
This is a heavy bread. It will not rise like a typical loaf of bread, but it should at least double in the loaf pan before baking.

 

 

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Comments

  1. YUM! I will have to make this SOON! Love your long loaf pans! 🙂

  2. What size are your bread pans?

  3. This looks so good! Where do you get gluten from? I keep seeing it in recipes and so far have just avoided those recipes, but I think if I want to branch out from the basic breads I make, I need to get some gluten. Thanks!

  4. just another question about the size of the loaf pans. If you would tell the measurements and where you measured (top or bottom) that would be helpful. I have 2 different size loaf pans and most often have to guess which one fits the recipe. I am still learning and take any helpful hints possible so my family can enjoy healthy, tasty food. Thank you so much for your posts.

  5. This sounds delish! I’m printing the recipe out now to try. 😀 Thank you so much!!

  6. this looks really good! I think I am making bread today! 🙂

  7. that looks wonderful! I bet it’s great as french toast 🙂

  8. This looks YUMMY!

    Printing this out to try maybe this weekend!

  9. I didn’t even know you could buy gluten. This looks and sounds fantastic. I can’t wait to try it. Doylene

  10. It is LOVELY, can’t wait to try it looks like a great weekend breakfast treat.

    (oh and had to tell you my husband did like the butternut squash soup, it was so creamy I think that is what did the trick, as he is not into just chunks of cooked squash)

    love the recipes as always!

  11. Oh my goodness, that does look like it will make great french toast! Yumm!

    I have an award for you on my blog.

  12. I was wondering the same thing: what size are your bread pans and where did you get them? I haven’t been able to find good sized pans like that.

  13. Oh dear, I can’t wait to try this!

  14. Toni,
    That looks delicious! Can’t wait to try it. My kids love french toast too so how perfect!!! When do you have time to bake?

  15. Hey Jennifer, I first bought gluten at a health food store, after that I ran across it at Wal-mart.

  16. I will trying this one out! I have made cinnamon bread in the past but wasn’t too pleased because there was a lack of flavor. Yours looks yummy!

  17. Yummy! Might have to make some for breakfast. Nothing like a good sugar rush to start the day!

  18. Oh my goodness! This look delicious. I can’t wait to try it. Thanks for sharing.

    XO*Tricia

  19. Now I want this for breakfast!

  20. My stomach is totally growling and all I want to do is make a loaf of this bread! It looks so good and I’m sure my family will love it! Thanks!

  21. This bread sounds really good. I’m gonna have to try it someday. I miss making bread. Never seem to have the time to make it any more. I remember when I made bread more often when I stayed at home as well. I do make some yummy rolls with the angel flake biscuit recipe I’ve had for years. Am gonna make some this Friday to take to my sister’s this weekend. Make rolls then I make small cinnamon rolls or cheesy rolls out of what’s left. I’ll blog that soon. Now I need a slice of your bread and a hot cup of tea. It’s cold here!!!

  22. that would make AWESOME french toast!! yummy!

  23. This bread is gorgeous and looks so delicious. I can’t wait to make it. Thank you for the inspiration 🙂

  24. RE: Gluten

    I’m currently living overseas and there is no Wal-Mart to buy gluten from. I’ve asked at the health food stores and they just look at me like I’m crazy (“flour has gluten in it” is the usual reply). What will happen if I leave the gluten out?

  25. This looks great are u able to make it in a bread machine I am wondering. I will look online this morning it looks yummy.

  26. Jennifer Lata says:

    where do you get glueten and what does it look like? liquid powder…. thanks

  27. where do you get gluten at?

  28. Would this be a recipe that you could sift the bread (adding in the bran later/seperately) and avoid the gluten? As you wrote about in a recent post.

    • TheHappyHousewife says:

      No, you would still have gluten in the bread so anyone with a gluten intolerance could not eat it.

  29. I have a pan that length, but not nearly as cool looking ~ I got it last year at Ikea … I bought one just to try it out … I love it and I keep forgetting to get another one when we visit! =)

  30. I have no gluten and non avaliable in the small town I live in. Can I leave it out subsitute it?

  31. Could you make this without the ground oats???? I was just wondering because my daughter seems to have an oat allergy.

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