This summer is flying right past me. I've had a great one. It's been busy yet so relaxing. Adam and I have been traveling a lot (two weeks in New England and we just got back from 8 days in Jackson Hole, Wyoming) and are finally starting to settle down.
I think I'll be welcoming the structure of fall with open arms. Fall is such a glorious time for baking. I picture the warmth coming from the oven, children in school and the coziness of the season. For some reason this Oatmeal Breakfast Bread brought all of those feelings out tonight.
This bread is light, moist and delicious. It has a good amount of spice from the cinnamon, nutmeg and clove. I filled mine with dried figs and a bit of dried apples. It's a true quick bread and includes oil, applesauce, two eggs and buttermilk. It also has one full cup of oats. Oh and I should mention that it has a topping of brown sugar, walnuts or pecans and cinnamon. Yum.
You'll enjoy this oatmeal bread for breakfast, lunch or dinner. You can get the recipe from Natalie's blog, Oven Love. Be sure to check out all the other Tuesdays with Dorie baker's blogs to see how they liked the recipe.
Next week: Crunchy and Custardy Peach Tart
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