Thursday, May 19, 2011

Nutella Oat Breakfast Bread (bread maker)

Good evening, all of you faithful readers of my blog. I have an original recipe! I know I'm getting really bold. I was reading a peanut butter bread maker recipe and after the first peanut butter bread recipe I tried. I thought to myself "why not try Nutella, and change it up a bit!" So, That's exactly what I did. I also set my bread machine on delay timer, so I can wake up to "hopefully" a wonderful loaf of bread in the morning. If not, we're having cereal. I won't make you be the guinea pig... I'll make my kids be the guinea pig ;) don't you think that's a better idea anyways. I do :D

Well, with that said, this should be a yummy bread if all goes according to plan. :)
This is my experiment. Cross your fingers it comes out yummy!

1 cup warm 75F-85F water + 1 Tbsp
2/3 cup Nutella spread (hazelnut and chocolate) or substitute equivalent peanut butter.
2 1/4 cup bread flour (I used unbleached high quality flour)
3/4 cup quick, old fashioned oats
3 Tbsp brown sugar
1 tsp salt
2 1/4 tsp active dry yeast

Add ingredients in order of listing to bread machine. Set settings to 1 1/2 pound loaf, medium crust. Delay if you so desire, or start.

This is a smaller loaf than my other one's, next time I will probably add an extra cup of flour to see how it turns out. It has a nice chocolaty flavor and a slight nut flavor. It's very tasty. The texture is so nice and slightly dense. It I think actually works as a breakfast bread. Those of you who buy Nutella, I think it takes the mess out of adding it to the bread. It is very tasty and so yummy. Enjoy! :)


  1. What setting do you put it on?

  2. I put it on white medium crust. It just depends on your breadmaker.